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Dentist Red Deer | 22 @ Taylor Dental Care

What Are Dental Implants? Who does Dental implants in Red Deer Alberta?

Missing or damaged teeth can cause eating and speaking difficulties. Dental implant restoration is an innovative solution that provides a permanent replacement option for missing teeth. Finding a clinic that offer dental implants in Red Deer can be a challenge. At 22nd @ Taylor Dental Care, our experienced dentists, Dr. Robert Piedalue and Dr. Bob Swainson offer customized implant restoration treatment plans to give you a natural-looking smile and restore your oral health and function. Visit 22nd @ Taylor Dental Care, for dental implants in Red Deer and implant restoration.

Dental implants are small titanium posts that are surgically placed into your jawbone to replace the roots of missing teeth. The bone and titanium fuse together to form a strong foundation for artificial teeth. After the implants have bonded with your jawbone, abutments are placed on top of the implants to hold the artificial teeth or crowns. The end result is a replacement tooth that looks and functions just like your natural teeth.

Benefits of Dental Implants:

There are many benefits to choosing dental implant restoration over other tooth replacement options:

  • Implants provide a permanent solution and do not slip or come loose like dentures.

  • They look and function just like natural teeth.

  • Implants help prevent bone loss in the jaw which can occur when teeth are missing.

  • They are durable and can last a lifetime with proper care.

  • Implants allow you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

  • They are convenient and do not require removal for cleaning.

To learn more about dental implants, contact 22nd@ Taylor Dental Care to schedule a consultation today. Our dentists, Dr. Robert Piedalue and Dr. Bob Swainson, will develop a customized dental implant treatment plan tailored to your needs and goals for a beautiful smile and improved oral health. Schedule an appointment with our dental clinic in Red Deer.

Implant Restoration

  • What is laser dentistry?
    The laser beam is focused on a single point, allowing the dentist to precisely target specific areas of the mouth with minimal damage to the surrounding tissue.
  • Does laser skin resurfacing hurt?
    Laser skin treatments are renowned for their swift results, although they may cause a bit of discomfort during the procedure. Most patients describe the sensation as a brief, minimal pain that fades as the skin acclimatizes to the feeling.
  • Is laser dentistry more expensive than traditional treatments?
    Laser dentistry may cost more than traditional treatments, depending on the dental clinic and type of procedure performed. However, laser dentistry results in shorter healing times, less pain, and fewer complications, reducing the overall cost of the treatment and making it a worthwhile investment.
  • What are the benefits of laser dentistry?
    Laser dentistry comes with several benefits, including minimal to no pain, less bleeding and swelling, and reduced healing times. Additionally, it offers more precision and accuracy compared to traditional treatments, which can improve treatment outcomes. Laser dentistry is also ideal for patients who are anxious about undergoing dental procedures as the procedure is minimally invasive and does not require anesthesia.
  • What types of dental conditions can be treated with laser dentistry?
    Laser dentistry can treat various dental conditions, including cavities, gum diseases, teeth whitening, root canal infections, gum reshaping, and biopsies. Laser dentistry is a versatile technology that can be used in many dental procedures, replacing traditional treatments for some purposes.
  • Is laser dentistry an appropriate treatment for everyone?
    Laser dentistry is not suitable for everyone. For instance, laser dentistry cannot be used on patients with metal implants or patients with pacemakers. In addition, patients with severe dental conditions may require traditional treatment options. Our dental professionals will assess each patient's situation and recommend the best treatment options based on their dental history, current condition, and overall health.
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