Are you missing one tooth or multiple teeth, and looking for a tooth replacement solution near you?
If you are looking for a natural-looking, stable, and long lasting solution for missing teeth, dental implants could be your best option. At Bethesda Dental Implant Center, we offer a full range of dental implant procedures, from single tooth implants for one missing tooth to all-on-four implant denture solutions.
As a full-service periodontal practice, we offer a complete range of implants services to meet your tooth replacement needs. We work with our patients on an individual level to assess their needs and develop a comprehensive treatment plan that is right for them.
Why Choose Bethesda Dental Implant Center
The Bethesda Dental Implant Center specializes in complete dental implant solutions, gum disease treatments, and more. Our center was founded by Dr. Roy Eskow, a periodontist with nearly 40 years of experience in implant dentistry. Dr. Eskow is a pillar in the community, named one of the Top Dentists by Washingtonian Magazine and Outstanding Dental Specialist by the Washington Consumer Checkbook.
At the Bethesda Dental Implant Center, we work as part of an interdisciplinary team to offer complete treatment for dental implants. Our team often includes your general, restorative, cosmetic or prosthodontics dentist who will perform the restorative side of the dental implant procedure. If you do not have a restorative dentist, we would be happy to refer you to the dentist who will best match your needs, goals, and comfort level.
Our Dental Implant Services
At the Bethesda Dental Implant Center, we offer several different options for dental implants. Whether you are missing one or several teeth, we can create a personalized treatment plan to restore beauty, health, and function to your smile.
To determine the best implant service for your needs, we will assess the condition of your teeth, gums, and bone structure. We will then build a comprehensive treatment plan that is designed with your specific needs in mind. Our team will explain all aspects of your implant process to ensure you are fully informed, and all of your questions are answered.
- Single Tooth Implants
- Multiple Teeth Implants
- “All on Four” Implant Dentures
- Bone Grafting
- Periodontal Grafting
- Sinus Lift
Have you lost teeth due to a recent accident? Do your dentures cause too much gum irritation?
Dental implants address lost teeth issues by offering patients who have lost a tooth a “replacement in kind”. A dental implant is a prosthetic tooth that is anchored into the jaw bone with a tiny titanium post that mimics the tooth root. The tiny implanted screw acts much like a natural tooth root, which helps generate natural bone growth to support the tooth structure.
The actual dental implant is a titanium post that is placed into the jaw bone to function as the artificial root for a replacement tooth. A dental implant can be used to replace one, several, or all of a person’s missing teeth. The restoration, either a dental crown, bridge, or denture is generally made from a tooth-like porcelain material to look and feel like natural teeth.
The dental implant has three parts:
- The titanium post that is placed into the jawbone
- An abutment that attaches to the dental implant and secures the replacement tooth
- And the replacement tooth, either a dental crown, bridge, splint or implant supported overdenture
Are Implants Right For You?
There is no such thing as being “too old” for a dental implant. Older patients benefit from dental implants as much as younger ones. Dental implants promote better retention of bone structure in the jaw and prevent additional tooth loss that can result from deterioration of the jaw bone. They can also improve periodontal health and the health of remaining natural teeth.
As long as there is a healthy bone structure in place to accept the dental implant and there are no contraindicating medical conditions, almost anyone can receive a dental implant. If you are experiencing bone loss as a result of missing teeth or gum disease, Dr. Eskow can perform a bone grafting procedure to build up the bone to accommodate the dental implant.
Explore and learn more about dental implants to determine if they are right for you. In many ways, dental implants offer one of the most effective solutions for patients missing one or more teeth.
Learn More About Dental Implants
- About the Dental Implant Procedure
- Benefits of Dental Implants
- All on Four Implants
- Dental Implant FAQs
Schedule a Dental Implant Consultation
If you have a missing tooth or several missing teeth, Bethesda Dental implant Center offers dental implants in our Bethesda, MD dentist office.Schedule an appointment today with Bethesda Dental Implant Center. We will discuss your oral health, concerns, and budget to see if dental implants are the right choice for you.