Dental Implants In Stamford

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Restore Your Smile Permanently

Stamford Dental Implants

Whether you’re missing one tooth, multiple teeth, or all of your teeth, dental implants from Clear Smile Dental Studio may be the best way to restore your smile and your oral health. Learn more about this procedure, and contact our Stamford team to see if you’re a good candidate for treatment.

Am I a candidate for dental implants?

Free Dental Implant Consultation

Not sure if you’re a good candidate for dental implants? We offer completely free dental implant consultations. Get in touch to schedule your appointment with Dr. Byungchul Park or Dr. GiTae Kwon in Stamford and see if implants are right for you.

Advanced Techniques For Better Results

Implant Placement

In the implant placement process, Dr. Park or Dr. Kwon will place one or more dental implants into your gums and jaw bone. These implants are small, screw-shaped pieces of titanium that are designed to function as artificial tooth roots. They bond permanently with your jaw bone. 

Once the implants have been placed and are healed, Dr. Kwon and Dr. Park can attach implant restorations such as crowns or a full arch of teeth, which will be held in place by the implants.

Natural-Looking Smile Restoration

Implant Restorations

Implant restorations are the second part of the implant placement procedure. Depending on the type of implant you are receiving, your restoration may be a dental crown, an implant-supported dental bridge, or a set of implant-supported dentures. Dr. Park and Dr. Kwon will work with you to create an implant restoration at our Stamford dental office that will look and feel completely natural.

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Caring For Your Implants

Implant Maintenance

Proper at-home dental implant care is essential whether you have a single-tooth implant or a set of full-arch implants. Dr. Kwon and Dr. Park will provide you with instructions for at-home dental care, which you should follow to keep your new smile healthy. In addition, coming into our office in Stamford, CT every six months for implant maintenance helps keep them healthy and strong.

Permanently Restore Your Missing Teeth

Single-Tooth Implants

Single-tooth implants use one dental implant and a dental crown to restore one missing tooth. They look and feel completely natural, and are the most common type of dental implant. They require no special care beyond regular brushing and flossing, and they help stimulate and protect your jaw bone from deteriorating, unlike a dental bridge or partial denture.

Full Mouth Restoration

Full-Arch Dental Implants

If most of your teeth are damaged or missing, full-arch dental implants in Stamford may be right for you. Using 4-6 implants placed into the upper and lower arches of your teeth, Dr. Park and Dr. Kwon can create a set of permanent or removable implant-supported dentures. Unlike traditional dentures, full-arch dental implants will never shift or move while you eat. They look and feel natural, and help support the health of your jaw bone.

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Explore Implant Alternatives

Mini Implants

Mini implants are similar to traditional implants. However, they are only about half the width and size of traditional implants. This means they are less invasive, and can be placed into your mouth even if you have a weakened jaw bone. Typically, mini implants are used to support and stabilize dentures in the lower arch of your mouth.

Advanced Techniques For Better Results

Implant Placement

Receiving dental implants is a multi-part process that results in a natural-looking and functioning solution for patients that are missing one or more teeth. 

The implant process begins by performing a thorough exam of your teeth and gums, including the use of advanced imaging technologies, like our handheld intraoral scanner and CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) scanner. These allow us to see, in great detail, the underlying structure of your jaw and help our Stamford team ensure that your implants are placed properly and that you’re a good candidate for implants in general.

Sometimes, a damaged or decayed tooth will need to be removed before placing the dental implant. More often than not, teeth that are beyond repair can cause more trouble than they’re worth. This makes a gentle extraction, followed by a dental implant placement, one of the best options for relieving your dental pain and restoring your smile. 

Once we’ve determined that dental implants are right for you, and we’ve removed any damaged teeth, we can begin placing your implant. Dr. Park or Dr. Kwon will clean and numb the area before making a small incision and placing one or more dental implants into your gums and jaw bone. These implants are small, screw-shaped pieces of hardware crafted from durable, lightweight titanium, and designed to function just like the natural root of a tooth. After 3-6 months of healing, they will have bonded permanently with your jaw bone. 

Once the implants have been placed and are fully healed, Dr. Kwon and Dr. Park can attach implant restorations such as crowns or a full arch of teeth, which will be held fast in place by the dental implants.

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Natural-looking Smile Restoration

Implant Restorations

Implant restorations are the second part of the implant placement procedure, and are the part that will show in your smile. There are many different types of restorations from our Stamford office to meet a wide variety of dental needs. 

Single-implant crowns are the simplest restorations, involving the replacement of a single missing tooth. The process is similar to the placement of a traditional dental crown. Instead of placing it on a filed-down natural tooth, however, the custom-made, durable ceramic crown utilizes the dental implant as an anchor. 

Implant-supported dental bridges are ideal for patients who are missing multiple teeth in a row. One implant is placed on either side of the gap in your smile and allowed to heal. The bridge is then fitted, with a false tooth in the middle that is supported by the implants on either side, like a large crown with two anchor points.

For patients with severely damaged or many missing teeth, implant-supported full or partial dentures might be the solution you’ve been looking for. Similar to a dental bridge, implant-supported dentures have anywhere between 4 and 8 implants as anchors, and can restore your entire smile. Implant-supported dentures are a great alternative to traditional dentures, as they require no messy pastes or gels to keep them in place, leaving you with a beautiful smile that always stays secure. 

No matter what your dental needs are, Dr. Park and Dr. Kwon will work with you to create an implant restoration that will look and feel completely natural. Contact our team Clear Smile Dental Studio in Stamford, CT to get started!

Caring For Your Implants

Implant Maintenance

Proper at-home dental implant care is essential whether you have a single-tooth implant or a set of full-arch implants. Fortunately, taking care of your implants is not much different than caring for your natural teeth, especially once they’ve fully healed. 

While healing, you’ll want to stick to a diet of soft foods, and use a soft-bristled toothbrush to gently clean the site. Of course, once your implants are healed, you’ll still want to maintain excellent oral hygiene. To prolong the lifespan of both your implants and natural teeth, practice good habits like brushing twice a day with a soft-bristle brush, flossing daily, and avoiding chomping on hard or sticky foods like ice or candy. 

To ensure you have the right information about your unique dental needs, Dr. Kwon and Dr. Park will provide you with detailed instructions for at-home dental care. In addition, coming into our Stamford office every six months for regular cleanings and implant maintenance will help keep your smile shining bright and functioning as it should. 

Find Out If Dental Implants Are Right For You