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The simple action of smiling can increase your happiness and improve difficult life situations. Living with missing teeth can hinder your confidence and make you want to smile less. That’s why Dr. Conness wants to provide you with the healthiest and most beautiful smile possible.
Dental implants are a natural-looking way to perfect your smile, and we offer solutions that will restore up to an entire arch of missing teeth. If you’re interested in completing your smile, simply schedule a consultation with Dr. Coness. He’ll take X-rays and evaluate your teeth, as well as answer any questions you have about our multiple treatment options.
Receiving Your Beautiful Smile
The final step of the dental implant process is the attachment of the porcelain crown. This stunning restoration is natural-looking and the only part that’ll be visible to others. It’s attached to the implant fixture with a connecting piece called the abutment and will be strong enough to withstand daily tasks.
Whether you need one or multiple crowns, we’ll customize them to be the same size, shape, and color as your existing teeth. Their appearance is determined based on digital images, and they’re crafted using advanced technology such as 3D printing.
Experience the Benefits
Once the dental implant process is complete and your mouth has healed, you’ll get to experience the benefits of having a completely flawless smile. You’re likely to see a boost in both your confidence and happiness. If you used to hide your smile because it was incomplete, you’ll want to show it off more in social settings.
Dental implants will also protect your oral health because they’ll help prevent dental issues such as cavities and gum disease.
Dental Implant Process FAQs
How long will the dental implant process take?
The dental implants process typically takes between three and six months to complete. But every patient’s situation is unique, and sometimes Dr. Conness determines that a patient requires one or more supplemental procedures such as bone grafting or treatment for gum disease to increase their prospects for a positive outcome. In these cases, your timeline could be increased.
How does osseointegration relate to the implant process?
As the patient, you may not know that it’s happening, but during your healing phase, the titanium fixture is fusing to your bone so they will form a solid foundation for the rest of the implant. This amazing process is known as osseointegration, and it singlehandedly enables prosthetic limbs and teeth to be surgically attached to patients who need them.
Contact Our Office in Lasalle County
If you’re unhappy with your smile and want to improve it by receiving dental implants, Dr. Conness can help. Contact us at (815) 324-2550 or fill out our contact form to learn more information about these stunning tooth replacements.