Dental implant supported tooth replacement plans are some of the most complex dentistry treatments available. Before you get started with your dental implant restoration plan, you should take the time to learn more about these advanced procedures. In this post, we’ll walk you through the various aspects of your dental implant plan and help you learn what to expect during treatment. There are three main parts of a dental implant restoration – the post, abutment, and replacement tooth. By understanding each part of the implant post and how they work, you’ll be better prepared for your dental restoration plan.
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Millions of American adults are missing one or more teeth because of decay, gum disease and oral injury. After tooth extraction or loss, jaw bone and gums recede rapidly, and adjacent teeth weaken as they drift toward the empty tooth socket. For individuals missing all of their teeth, the toll on their self-image, nutrition and speech is devastating. So, Dr. David Tripulas, often advises placement of dental implants in Wharton. Secured in the jaw bone, dental implants provide amazingly natural-looking and stable tooth replacement.