Dental Implants: Start Eating The Foods You Love

And, Living The Life You Deserve

Losing a tooth happens all the time. It may be caused by an accident, it might be due to gum disease, or due to other health problems.  Whatever the cause, you can rest assured that our dentists have the perfect solution to permanently replace your missing teeth.  That solution is dental implants.

Westchester Dental Care offers dental implants for your convenience.  Whether you lost one tooth or an entire row of teeth, you can replace them all.  You can expect your new teeth to look, feel, and function like your natural teeth did.

The dental implant procedure involves the following processes:

The Consultation Visit – Before having a dental implant, we will want to have a consultation with you first.  One of our dentists will meet with you and help you decide if dental implants are a solution that would work for your situation.

Preparation – In this stage we may take photos, models, or make you temporary crowns, and educate you on the process of having your teeth restored with dental implants.

Implant Placement – Once you are prepared, you’re now ready for the placement of your dental implants.  After your implants are placed, we will most often let it heal for a short period of time before placing your new permanent teeth.  You will have something to wear temporarily until that time.

Crown Placement– Once everything is healed, you’re ready for your crowns.  Our dentists will now take impressions of your mouth and create your beautiful new crowns.  They will look and function just like your own natural teeth.

Westchester Dental Care takes pride in providing this dental service to effectively replace your missing teeth and restore your mouth’s normal functioning.

Call us today at (914) 241-2242 to schedule your complimentary dental implant consultation or to schedule a complimentary second opinion appointment.

This is your opportunity to have all of your dental implant questions answered, and it’s 100% risk free!  We want our patients to be well informed, before any treatment, so we are more than happy to spend time with you and answer all of your questions.

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