The actual dental implant material is usually titanium. A post is surgically inserted into the jaw bone to replace the root of the missing tooth. The post integrates with the bone to provide a stable foundation. The root replacement device can help prevent future jaw bone deterioration that can occur after a tooth has been lost. When the implant has integrated securely with the bone (it can take three to six months), a smaller post is attached. This post extends above the gum line. The artificial tooth (dental crown) is then attached.
The dental implants available in the Reno area are extremely versatile and can be used in a variety of configurations. One dental implant can replace one missing tooth. A series of implants can replace more than one tooth or anchor a dental bridge. Implants can also act as a sturdy base for partial or full dentures.
When calculating the cost of dental implants in Reno, you’ll want to compare them to other restorative options.
Call 775-323-0700 to schedule a visit to discuss your dental goals and the possibility of reasonably priced dental implants. If you are missing one or more teeth, you owe it to yourself to get information on dental implants.
-The Reno Dentist