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Dental Implants

High-Quality Dental Implants in Montville

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Montville, NJ dental implantsIndividuals with loose, missing, or severely damaged teeth are ideal candidates for dental implants, a restorative option that mimics the look and function of natural teeth. At Montville Periodontics & Implantology, we offer high-quality dental implants customized to your smile to ensure a comfortable fit and natural appearance. Dr. Kenneth Gluck and his friendly team look forward to meeting you and improving your smile's aesthetics and functionality.

For years, we've offered dental implants to Montville, Parsippany, Lincoln Park, Boonton, Mountain Lakes, and their surrounding areas. Our practice can place and restore dental implants, and we also perform pretreatment procedures like extractions and bone grafts. Call us today to schedule your next visit!



The Anatomy of a Dental Implant

Montville, NJ dental implant restorationsThe primary purpose of a dental implant is to replace an entire tooth from root to crown. They're typically made out of titanium or other body-safe materials for maximum durability. Dental implants consist of three sections:

  • Implant Post
  • Abutment
  • Restoration

Dr. Gluck will surgically place the implant post into your jawbone. Then, the abutment is secured to the implant post and will rest just above your gum line. The abutment is what connects your implant to a restoration of your choosing. Finally, our team will place your restoration to restore a single tooth or multiple missing teeth.

5 Benefits of Dental Implants

There are numerous benefits associated with dental implants. Our dentist and his staff are more than happy to explain how dental implants can improve your smile. Some benefits include:

  1. Improving your self-confidence
  2. Preventing or reducing bone deterioration
  3. Replacing your tooth without damaging surrounding structures
  4. Reducing the hassle of cleaning and maintenance
  5. Eliminating the potential for future dental decay

Am I an Ideal Candidate for Dental Implants?

When you begin our dental implant treatment in Montville, you will start with a comprehensive evaluation to determine if your oral and overall health is compatible with the procedure. We'll take a detailed look at your teeth, gums, and jawbone. If Dr. Gluck determines that your oral health needs some additional attention, we offer excellent pretreatment options to meet your needs.

Our Pretreatment Options

At Montville Periodontics & Implantology, we have the training and facilities to perform various pretreatment procedures. Whether you need a severely infected tooth extracted or a weak jawbone reinforced, our practice is here for you. Our treatment offerings include:

Extractions: Our goal is to save your natural teeth whenever possible. However, dental complications like trauma to your tooth or advanced decay may make it necessary to remove your tooth. We may also recommend extracting a tooth to make room for your dental implant restoration, such as an implant-supported denture. We perform gentle extractions and minimize the impact on your tooth's surrounding structures.

Bone Grafts: You may need a bone graft if you have a weak or brittle jawbone. A compromised jawbone makes it difficult for a dental implant to sit correctly without shifting. This surgical procedure places a small portion of bone onto an area of your jaw to reinforce it and help create a secure base for a dental implant.

Sinus Lifts: A sinus lift is a type of bone graft that targets the jawbone supporting your upper molars. Dr. Gluck creates more room for new bone placement by adding bone volume below your maxillary sinus.

Dental Implants for Single-Tooth Replacement

We work with a trusted general dentist to craft durable and detailed restorations. We have extensive experience replacing single teeth. The five-step process includes:

  1. Extraction of your compromised tooth. Pretreatment may be necessary during this stage of the process.
  2. A healing period of approximately three months for your bone to mature so that your dental implant can be placed successfully.
  3. Placement of your dental implant.
  4. A three-month period of integration where your implant will fuse to your jawbone.
  5. Placement of your natural-looking crown by our general dentist.

The healing process involves osseointegration, the process of the jawbone growing around the implant to hold it firmly in place. It may take several months until the implant is fully integrated into the bone. We may provide a temporary tooth to aid in your smile's aesthetic appearance and functionality during this time.

Dental Implant FAQs

Dr. Gluck and his staff encourage you to ask questions about the dental implant process. Some frequently asked questions include:

How long do dental implants last?

Unlike your natural teeth, dental implants aren't susceptible to cavities. You can expect your dental implants to last a lifetime with proper gum care. However, it may be necessary to replace your restoration due to long-term wear.

Dental implants are permanently fused to your jawbone and cannot be removed. The restorations may be removable by the dentist for cleaning or replacement.

Absolutely. Dentists worldwide have relied on dental implants to provide natural-looking and durable replacements for teeth. Our practice pairs time-tested procedures with years of experience to create a safe and seamless dental implant experience.

Learn More About Our Montville Dental Implants

The key to the long-term success of your dental implant is regular dental visits and an excellent home care routine. At Montville Periodontics & Implantology, we can help you decide if implant treatment is right for you. Call us today to get excellent dental implants in Montville!


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