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Before and After: Dental Implant of a Non-Restorable Tooth

 
Immediate dental implants replace broken teeth.

A perennial challenge in dentistry has been securing a replacement tooth in the bone, without relying on adjacent teeth for support. Teeth fractured below the gum, root canal failures or otherwise non-restorable teeth, may, in select cases, be replaced by immediate dental implants. Barbara fractured her front tooth in a boating mishap.

Lacking sufficient tooth structure to anchor a conventional crown, the tooth was deemed non-restorable. Using modern technology, a dental implant and provisional crown were placed within two hours of the emergency visit. Awaiting full stabilization of the implant, Dr. Langstaff cemented the final dental restoration four months later.

Want a great dentist who can help you with all of your dental implant needs? Call us at 1-866-970-0441 today.

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