Dr. Scott Nielsen at Noble Dental Care offers general dentistry, cosmetic and restorative dentistry, including dental implants. Our office caters to fearful patients with sedation dentistry options and we make sure you are relaxed and pain-free. Give our office a call and let's see what we can do to make your smile brighter. Call us for an appointment at (480) 820-3515.Visit site: https://nobledentalcare.com/
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DENTAL IMPLANTS 101
Over the years, several upgrades
in tooth replacement options
In the past, wood, ivory, and even
animal teeth were all materials
people used to make dentures.
Fortunately, we now have more
reliable advances that make tooth
replacements more attractive,
comfortable and effective.
Dental implants use science,
emphasizing aesthetics, to make
replacement teeth that resemble
the natural tooth.
They have the advantage of
conserving your facial structure
and stopping additional tooth loss.
How Long Have
You may be astonished to discover
that dental implants have been
around for a long time.
In 1965, Dr. Per-Ingvar Branemark
used dental implants to repair
a volunteer’s smile.
In the area of dentistry, it took
quite some time for implants
to be completely accepted.
Studies reveal that they are not only
a safe but very effective choice for
Presently, millions of people
everywhere have gorgeous sets
of implanted teeth.
Implants have two main parts –
the post and the crown.
The post is the section that fuses
with the bone.
It goes into the jaw area –
the material used for this is titanium.
This metal is known for its durability
and produces fewer allergy reactions
Another material that can be used
for the post is Zirconia.
It is used in rare cases only, where
the patient is allergic to titanium,
as it is metal-free.
The Dental Crown
The upper part is called the crown.
It should match the shape and color
of your natural teeth.
The Dental Crown
Dental crowns can be made of either
metal, ceramic, or porcelain.
The latter can be combined
with metal for a stronger crown.
Our Chandler dentists will guide
you in choosing the material that
The selection will be based on
oral health conditions, habits,
and implant location.
What are the
With dental implants, you can opt