Write a Review

North Sycamore Street office

(215) 579-9900

219 N Sycamore St.
Newtown, PA 18940

Durham Road Office

(215) 598-0800

842 Durham Rd #25
Newtown, PA 18940

Dental Implants – Newtown, PA

The Longest-Lasting Replacement for Missing Teeth

Dental implants might be just what you need if you have lost one or more teeth. Through implant dentistry, we can restore your smile to its full health, function, and brilliance. Dental Implants are one of the tooth replacement options we offer at The Dentists of Newtown. Our highly skilled dentists have received advanced training in implant dentistry, and they have the experience and talent needed to successfully restore your smile with dental implants in Newtown.

What is a Dental Implant?

The dental implant itself is a small post or screw made of titanium that is surgically placed in the jawbone at the location of the missing tooth. During a healing period, the bone and implant begin to fuse together in a process known as osseointegration, ensuring a stable foundation for the dental implant restoration. The dental implant restoration is attached on top of the post and may be a dental crown, bridge, complete denture, or partial denture. Because dental implants replace both the root and crown of the missing tooth, they look, function, and feel like your natural teeth.

Do I Need a Dental Implant?

If you are missing one or more teeth and would like to permanently restore your smile, a dental implant in Newtown, Pennsylvania, might be just what you need. Our dentists and periodontists will evaluate your smile and make certain that you are a good candidate for a dental implant. To schedule your personalized consultation and begin your journey to a full, healthy smile once again, we welcome you to call or visit us today.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Patients enjoy these popular benefits after receiving dental implants:

  • Longest-lasting tooth replacement option
  • Incredibly high success rate
  • Replaces the tooth root
  • Preserves your jawbone
  • Provides natural biting strength
  • Maintains remaining natural teeth

Indications for Dental Implants

We can use dental implants to replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or even a whole row of your smile. You will need different restorations based on the number of teeth you’re missing. Learn more about what type of replacement you may need below:

Missing One Tooth

When patients have a single missing tooth, we’ll place an implant and custom dental crown over it to restore the natural look and strength of the lost tooth. This restorative option is ideal because, unlike traditional bridges and dentures, natural, healthy teeth won’t have to be altered or removed to accommodate its placement; instead, the crown blends in seamlessly with the rest of your smile.

Learn More About Single Tooth Replacement

Missing Multiple Teeth

If you’re missing multiple teeth consecutively, we may recommend an implant-retained bridge. This allows us to replace your missing teeth while keeping your natural teeth in place. We will use 2 dental implants, one on each side of the gap, to anchor your bridge for a sturdy and stable replacement.

Learn More About Multiple Tooth Replacement

Missing All of Your Teeth

Implant-retained dentures are usually the right choice for patients with a more extensive area of tooth loss that needs coverage. Your new prosthetic will resemble a traditional denture but will be designed to attach over a number of dental implants, creating a solid, secure fit that feels lifelike. Depending on your needs and preferences, we can provide a fixed (permanent) denture or a removable denture.

Dental Implant Placement

Once we’ve determined that dental implants are the right choice for you, the first step in the process is to surgically place them within the patient’s jawbone. Most general practices have to refer their patients to an outside specialist for this procedure. Fortunately, our accomplished doctors work alongside specialists in the same comfortable, familiar office, so that there is no need to meet a new staff and establish new relationships in another location to have your dental implants placed. Once the implants are in place, they’ll require time to form strong, lasting bonds with your natural bone, setting the stage for the restoration process.

Bone Grafting

When placing dental implants, there must be enough healthy bone left in the affected areas to support the implants. Sadly, tooth loss, facial trauma, and gum disease can all cause bone deterioration, but that doesn’t mean those patients cannot achieve a beautiful, healthy smile. Our Newtown team can provide a bone grafting procedure to rebuild the jaw and greatly increase your chances of success with implants. We can graft healthy tissue from other areas in your mouth; if this isn’t possible, synthetic bone materials or donor materials can work as well.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

The cost of your dental implants will vary based on a wide-range of factors. How many teeth you’re missing, the type of restoration that you need, your oral health, and the density of your jawbone are just some of the variables we account for. The best way to get a precise and fair estimate is to visit our practice for a consultation. Our dentists will examine your mouth to provide you with the right price and recommendation.

Request
Appt
Call Map Read Our
Blog
?Ask a
Dentist