Dental Implants Chew & Smile Easily Again
  • We use a CT scanner to plan your procedure
  • Rely on our dentists’ skills & expertise
  • Choose from several types of implant restorations

Enjoy a Healthy Smile With Dental Implants in D’Iberville

Missing teeth are no match for D’Iberville dental implants from Back Bay Family Dentistry. You don’t have to live with a damaged smile. Implants are a fantastic way to replace those teeth and improve your quality of life. Dr. Parker has lots of experience restoring implants. You’ll get the results you want from our team! Teeth implants can help you:

  • Smile confidently in your social interactions
  • Earn more respect in your professional life
  • Enjoy eating all your favorite foods again
  • Improve your oral health and overall health
  • Look younger and more vibrant
  • Make better first impressions

Don’t just dream about a life with a mouth full of sparkling white teeth! Do something about it today. Call Back Bay Family Dentistry at 228-220-2117 to schedule a dental implants consultation.

Get Long-Lasting Results With Teeth Implants

When dentists started using titanium dental implants several decades ago, it changed the typical approach to missing teeth. Titanium chemically fuses with your jawbone to create a sturdy base for replacement teeth. Your implants could last the rest of your life, although your replacement teeth usually have a lifespan of five to 10 years.

Your dentist will plan your implant procedure using our 3-D CT scanner. Then, we’ll work closely with a trusted oral surgeon who will place your implants. Once the implant sites have healed and the implants are fused with your jaw, you’ll be ready for your new teeth. This usually takes just a few months.

We offer several types of implant restorations:

  • Single Implant-Supported Crown – A custom crown will be anchored to an implant to replace a single missing tooth.
  • Implant-Supported Bridge – If you have several missing teeth, this type of bridge works great for filling in the gap in your smile.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – Your dentures will have a snap-and-ball system to pop into place on your implants. They’ll stay firmly put until you remove them.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – These are our most comfortable dentures. Your teeth will anchor to a sturdy bar attached to implants. You clean your new teeth with simple brushing and flossing. Your dentist can remove the dentures if more extensive care is needed.

Back Bay Family Dentistry is your go-to headquarters for dental implants in D’Iberville. Call us today at 228-220-2117 to schedule a consultation. You can also request an appointment online.

Common Questions About Dental Implants

What are dental implants?

Modern dental implants are small metal posts, usually made from titanium, that are placed in your jaw to serve as replacement teeth roots. If you are missing teeth, your implants will fuse with your jawbone to form a sturdy base for new replacement teeth. Implants anchor crowns, bridges, and dentures to give you back a beautiful smile and strong bite.

Are dental implants painful?

There may be some discomfort during the minor surgical procedure of receiving implants. However, you shouldn’t feel anything with local anesthesia. Once your implants are in place, you likely won’t be able to feel them at all! Replacement teeth attached to implants are also less likely to experience uncomfortable damage such as cracks or breaks.

Can dental implants be removed?

While the answer is technically yes, there is rarely a need to remove them. Implants should last for decades, if not for the rest of your life, because they chemically fuse with your jawbone in a process known as osseointegration. The replacement teeth attached to the implants may need to be replaced every few years, however.

Are dental implants worth it?

Although they are more expensive than conventional dentures, dental implants are a worthy investment in your oral and overall health and your quality of life moving forward. That’s because they’re a potentially lifelong solution that preserves the structural foundation of your mouth, prevents future tooth loss, allows you to eat what you love, and helps you enjoy better nutrition, digestion, and health in the long term.

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