About Dental Implants
Miami’s Dentist Dr. Andres de Cardenas
Dental Implants Miami
A fully functional set of teeth can be the key to clearer speech, the ability to chew properly and to a better overall facial appearance. To the contrary, a missing tooth, or multiple teeth can impair your ability to speak or check. Missing teeth can also diminish the overall appearance of your face.
Cosmetic Dentistry With Dr. de Cardenas
Miami’s Dr. Andres de Cardenas and his staff of caring, concerned professionals want you to know that when you walk into their office, no matter your condition, they see you first as an individual. That is exactly why the team provides several options when it comes to tooth restoration, and why Dr. de Cardenas is widely regarded as the best cosmetic dentist in the area. The basis for many of these options is the dental implant.
What are Dental Implants?
A dental implant is a synthetic, replacement tooth root on which a single crown, or in the case of the All-on-4® procedure, a full denture can be supported. Though not a prosthetic tooth, or teeth, the dental implant is a necessary support structure for this type of permanent prosthetic. Dental implants are made from titanium that fuses with the jawbone, As a consequence, a bone loss I generally not a problem when using a dental implant.
Dr. de Cardenas’ Dental Implant Patients Report Several Benefits, Including:
- Improved speech
- Ease in chewing
- Teeth that look and feel like natural teeth
- Improved Convenience – implants are fixed in place
- Overall improved oral health
Are Dental Implants Right For Me?
If a missing tooth or several missing teeth are causing you concern, but you aren’t sure if a tooth implant procedure is the best solution, Miami’s Dr. Andres de Cardenas invites you to come in for a consultation. Contact our team using our convenient email form and we’ll get right back to you. You can also call us at (305) 251-3334.
Talk to Dr. de Cardenas about the possibilities presented by dental implants and experience the difference that is found between being treated as just another patient, versus that of being treated as part of the family.