One of the most highly desired tooth replacements for Philadelphia area patients

Many patients who have lost natural teeth due to disease, aging, extraction, or trauma often seek a restorative option to maintain the alignment and beauty of their smile. Dr. A provides Philadelphia area patients with many solutions when it comes to tooth replacement, dental bridges, dentures (partial and full), and dental implants. Many patients who are seeking a long-term solution to their tooth loss ask their dentist about the possibility of placing dental implants.
Dental implants are placed at Innovative Dental By Dr. A in Philadelphia by a periodontist who visits the practice regularly for specific oral surgery procedures. The implant is placed into the jawbone and it allows osseointegration to occur, which is the formation of the bone around the implant to provide it with the stability it needs to function at its best. Then, Dr. A provides the finishing restoration, which may be a dental crown, bridge, or denture.
Many patients prefer dental implants for a variety of reasons. They can provide stability and strength to full dentures, they can last a lifetime with proper care, and they can help in reducing the risk of bone loss and changing facial shape over the course of time. Dental implants are tooth replacements that require minimal specialized care, unlike dentures, which need to be removed and cleaned regularly and bridges, which require special flossing techniques. Dental implants are one of the most recommended solutions for tooth loss and restoration by the team of Innovative Dental By Dr. A.
Dr. A of Philadelphia is proud to offer dental implants for the restoration of the smile after tooth loss, and allows patients to work with a dental team who can provide quality care and a variety of solutions to choose from. Patients can visit his practice for an initial consultation appointment and examination to determine if they are appropriate candidates for this specific treatment and learn about the ways in which dental implants can dramatically change the function and appearance of their natural smile.

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