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Dental Implants – Doylestown, PA

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If you’re tired of dealing with missing teeth and unreliable replacements, then dental implants may be exactly what you need. This state-of-the-art treatment replaces an entire tooth from top to bottom, creating a prosthetic that is practically indistinguishable from the real thing. Whether you are missing a single tooth, all of them, or a number in between, Dr. Rakowsky can use implants to bring your smile back to life and restore your oral health for decades to come. The path toward new teeth is easy when you partner with our dental office, and you can get started simply by contacting us today to discuss replacing missing teeth with dental implants in Doylestown, PA.

Why Choose Terry Rakowsky DMD for Dental Implants?

  • Beautiful Restorations Custom-Made for Each Patient
  • Dentist with Over 30+ Years of Experience Serving Doylestown
  • Partnered with Specialist to Deliver the Best Possible Care

What is a Dental Implant?

Animated parts of dental implant replacement tooth

A dental implant is a very short and thin titanium post that is placed directly into the jawbone in the space left by an absent tooth. There, through a natural process called osseointegration, it bonds with the surrounding bone, essentially becoming a new tooth root. This can then be used to support a patient’s dental restoration, including a crown, bridge, or denture.

Benefits of Dental Implants

3 D animated smile with dental implant supported replacement tooth

The reason Dr. Rakowsky recommends dental implants to all of his patients with missing teeth is because they offer advantages that you just can’t get with other treatments, including:

  • Unlike traditional bridges and dentures, implants get their stability from your jawbone just like your natural teeth, so they can be trusted to remain secure and never slide out of place during speaking and eating.
  • The roots of dental implants are completely hidden below the gum line, and just the porcelain restoration on top can be seen. This is why dental implants are the most lifelike dental prosthetic available today.
  • Bone loss in the jaw is common after tooth loss, but dental implants can stop and reverse this process, helping a patient maintain a more youthful facial appearance.
  • Dental implants have an impressive 30+ year lifespan, and they only require normal brushing and flossing to keep looking and functioning like new.

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

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To be a good candidate for dental implants, you need to meet just two requirements: you must have decent oral health, and your jawbone must be strong enough to support the new roots. Once these have been confirmed with an exam, Dr. Rakowsky can help a patient determine which type of implant procedure would be right for them depending on how many teeth they are missing.

Smile with dental implant post visible

Missing Single Tooth

Bringing back a single tooth with a dental implant is relatively simple. A titanium root is placed between two healthy teeth, and this is topped with a porcelain crown. Unlike with a bridge, this approach doesn’t require the nearby teeth to be reshaped to make room for the prosthetic.

Model smile with dental implants in place for replacement teeth

Missing Multiple Teeth

You don’t have to get an individual implant for each missing tooth. Instead, just one or two can be used to secure a bridge or partial denture to the jawbone that restores several teeth at once. These prosthetics are much more secure and long-lasting compared to their removable counterparts.

Model dental impant supported denture

Missing All Teeth

Even total tooth loss can be completely reversed with dental implants. Four to six posts can be placed along the jawbone that serve as the foundation for a full denture. Implant dentures are smaller and more comfortable compared to regular ones, but they also allow a patient to recover much more bite strength.

How Dental Implants Work

Closeup of smile with missing bottom tooth

We use a team-based approach when providing dental implants. After your initial consultation with Dr. Rakowsky, he will refer you to a local oral surgeon to have your new roots surgically placed. Once your mouth has healed (which typically takes a few months), you’ll return to our dental office so Dr. Rakowsky can attach your new crown, bridge, or denture. This method leads to the most comfortable experience and predictable results, so you can enjoy peace of mind throughout the entire process.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

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One of the best parts about dental implants is their longevity. They’re able to last multiple times longer compared to traditional bridges and dentures while providing higher quality results, making them one of the best investments in all of dentistry. The cost of your implant procedure will be based on a few factors, including how many posts are needed, where they are located within the mouth, and what kind of restoration is used. We’ll go over all pricing information at your consultation so you’ll know exactly what to expect, and we can also help you sign up for financing to make the treatment easily affordable.

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