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Dental Implants Morristown, NJ

Morristown Cosmetic Dentistry is your full-service implant dentist!

Whether you are missing one or several teeth, dental implants can help restore function, beauty, and health to your smile. A dental implant mimics the function of the natural tooth root to improve your ability to chew, speak, and eat with confidence.

Why Choose Dr. Gittleman for Dental Implants in Morristown, NJ?

International Congress of Oral Implantologists logoDr. Gittleman is a Fellow of the International College of Oral Implantologists and has completed many hours of training in implant dentistry. At Morristown Cosmetic Dentistry, Dr. Gittleman offers experienced full-service affordable dental implants in our Morristown, NJ dentist office.

dental implants in morristown, njThis means that we are your one-stop shop for dental implants in Morristown. We use advanced technology to evaluate your needs and routinely place and restore implants in our dental practice so patients can achieve their implant needs all under one roof. Our office has the latest 3-D digital scanning equipment so that we can provide optimal treatment planning and a more predictable outcome.

A digital approach to the planning and placement of dental implants can yield a more accurate and predictable implant plan; this also helps reduce the risk of complications associated with poor implant placement. Our team plans your treatment before any treatment is executed, which allows patients to complete their treatment in less time and with greater accuracy to achieve natural-looking results.

What Are Dental Implants?

A dental implant is a tooth replacement solution that is comprised of three parts: the abutment, implant post, and final restoration.

  • If you are missing one tooth: Dental implant, abutment, and a dental crown
  • If you are missing one or more teeth: Dental implant, abutments, and dental bridge
  • If you are missing all of your teeth: tooth implants, abutments, and a denture

Each solution is customized to suit the needs of the patient. We work with you to create high-quality restorations that blend seamlessly and naturally with your existing teeth. Most people won’t even realize you have dental implants.

Dental implants offer several aesthetic and dental health benefits for patients missing one or more teeth.

For instance, missing teeth can play a role in a patient’s confidence and hinder their ability to speak, eat, and chew comfortably. Implant-supported restorations are designed to look and function like your natural teeth, allowing you to smile, speak, and eat without worry. Implants help promote a more youthful appearance and reduce the risk of premature aging due to tooth loss.

Aside from the aesthetic effects of missing teeth, they can also affect the health and function of your smile. Over time, missing teeth can lead to jaw bone degeneration. As a result, patients with missing teeth often experience facial sagging and difficulties speaking. Implants can help stimulate the jaw bone and promote growth in the jaw.

When applicable, our affordable dental implants are the ideal choice for patients with missing teeth. Unlike other tooth replacement solutions, a dental implant replaces the root of the tooth as well as the visible portion of the tooth. Implants don’t have to rely on the adjacent teeth for support and therefore preserve the health and integrity of the surrounding teeth.

Patients who choose dental implants can also look forward to these key benefits:

  • Implants look and feel like the natural teeth
  • Replace the root and the crown of the tooth
  • Promote bone regeneration in the jaw
  • Combats facial sagging due to tooth loss
  • Protects gum health and reduces the risk of gum recession
  • Prevents further tooth loss and minimizes the risk of shifting
  • Improves the overall comfort and function of the bite

Implants have one of the highest success rates among patients with missing teeth. Our team at Morristown Cosmetic Dentistry offers a full range of dental implants services. Our advanced training and expertise make our team the ideal partners in your implant journey. We invite you to explore your implant options in our Morristown dentist office.

Am I A Good Candidate For Dental Implants?

Ideal candidates for dental implants in Morristown, NJ, should possess these key qualities:

  • Be in generally good health
  • Free of gum disease and tooth decay
  • Have an adequate amount of bone structure in the jaw

Depending on your needs, procedures such as sinus lift augments, bone grafting, and implant site development may be needed to prepare you for the implant procedure. Our team will perform a complete dental evaluation, discuss your goals, and explore all viable options with you during your visit.

Preparing For Dental Implants

Bone Grafting: Bone is taken from elsewhere in the body and place into your jawbone. This gives the implant post more bone to fuse with during the healing phase. Bone grafting is often recommended with your jaw is too soft, thin, or is deemed inadequate for the implant procedure

Sinus Lift Augmentation: A sinus lift adds bone to your upper jaw. The bone is placed between your jaw and the maxillary sinuses. This is performed when there is not enough bone height in the upper jaw, meaning that the sinuses are located too close to the jaw for implants to be placed appropriately.

Tooth Extraction: In some cases, damaged teeth may need to be extracted and replaced with dental implants.

At Morristown Cosmetic Dentistry, we perform a full range of oral surgeries in-house. Patients can get full-service dental implant care all under one roof.

The Dental Implant Process

The process of getting implants requires a number of visits over several months. The first step to the dental implant process is to assess the condition of your teeth, gums, and bone structure. We use advanced dental technology in the planning and placement of dental implants in our Morristown dentist office.

Diagnostic imaging is a necessary part of implant dentistry. With our Cone Beam CT Scan (CBCT), we can produce 3-D images of the teeth, jaw, and surrounding structures that are crucial to the planning and placement of dental implants.

 CBCT guided implant placement offers these key benefits:

  • Precise implant placement
  • Minimizes the risk of damage to the nerves
  • Combines 3-D images and digital impressions to create a realistic model of the teeth and bite
  • Takes the guesswork out of the implant procedure.

The implant process varies depending on your current condition, number of missing teeth, location of missing teeth, and your overall dental care needs. If the implant site needs development, you may undergo sinus lift augmentation or bone grafting. Once the implant site is prepared, the implants are surgically placed into the jawbone.

The full implant process may take anywhere from three to six months, depending on the situation. Much of the time is spent waiting for the implants to fuse with a jawbone, a process referred to as osseointegration. During osseointegration, the implant post binds with the jaw bone, which creates a firm and stable foundation that is used to support the final restoration.

Once the implants are fused with the jaw bone, digital impressions of the teeth are taken to create your abutment. The abutment is then placed and secured. After the abutment is secured, your dental crown, dental bridge, or denture is placed and fixed into place using dental implants.

Restore Missing Teeth With Dental Implants in Morristown, NJ

Morristown Cosmetic Dentistry is your full-service dental implant center and Morristown, NJ dental office. We are committed to your long-term dental health. We use the most advanced technology and materials to create natural-looking, long-lasting smiles.

If you are missing one or more teeth, we invite you to visit our Morristown, NJ dentist office to determine if dental implants are right for you. To schedule an appointment, call (973) 287-3337 or request an appointment online.

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