Multiple Dental Implants

Multiple Dental Implants
in Boston

Whether you’re missing one or many teeth, we want to help you! We aim to be one of the best dental offices in Boston for multiple dental implants. Dental implants are typically titanium posts that are set in the jawbone where synthetic teeth can be placed and function in the place of real teeth. Thanks to the miracle of restorative dentistry, dental implants from Dental Partners of Boston can restore your smile. Our Boston cosmetic dentists can help you get back to eating, laughing, talking and smiling every day.

Dental implants have changed the way people live. At one time the only solutions for multiple missing teeth were dentures that often slip and can be hard to keep in place. Also dental bridges can damage healthy teeth and don’t last long term. Fortunately the Boston dentists at Dental Partners of Boston offer an alternative. Let our experienced, knowledgeable Boston implant dentists help you rediscover what it’s like to eat, speak, laugh, and enjoy life without thinking about your teeth.

Why Choose Us

We are a group of award-winning dentists that covers a full range of specialties.

Our dynamic team approach guarantees you the very best care we have to offer.

We are all committed to excellence and exceeding the expectations of our patients.

What Is A Dental Implants Procedure Like?

Your first appointment with our Boston Periodontist will begin by evaluating the health of your teeth and determining which ones can and cannot be saved. Before we remove any teeth, we will take an impression of your teeth to create a perfectly fitting prosthesis. The next step is installing the dental implants and then finally placing your new teeth. In some cases, the entire process from extraction to new teeth can be completed in a single visit with immediate dental implants.

Should I Get Multiple Dental Implants

If you have missing teeth or need to have teeth pulled, dental implants can provide a long-term solution. Unlike dentures, which we mentioned above, dental implants don’t need to be removed or maintained – they feel, look and work just like real teeth! This solution can last a lifetime and they looks completely natural. Additionally, if you’re missing teeth, you could be losing bone mass from your jawbone which could present future complications. Dental implants can prevent this issue. They can also serve as an anchor for other procedures that involve replacing missing teeth.

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A Permanent Solution To Replace Multiple Missing Teeth

Before dental implants, there were no long term, trouble free solutions available for people who lost most or all of their teeth. Today, dental implant dentists at Dental Partners of Boston can replace a full arch of missing teeth with a denture secured by a few dental implants. The dentures never need to be removed to clean and they won’t slip or fall out like traditional dentures often do. This solution can last for your entire life if properly cared for.

Dental Bridges secured by dental implants can replace a row of missing teeth in a way that avoids the need to remove healthy enamel and that results in a permanent, stable and highly aesthetic solution. Dental implants are the most permanent solution for missing teeth and even better, there’s no need to destroy your remaining healthy tooth structure.

A healthy smile can be a great asset.
A smile also has other day-to-day benefits.

Benefits of Dental Implants

The benefits of dental implants go beyond the aesthetic; here is a list of reasons you should seriously consider dental implants to replace your missing teeth:

  • Strong Enough To Use Like Your Natural Teeth.
  • They Look Like Your Natural Teeth.
  • No Need To Remove Dentures For Cleaning.
  • No More Slipping Or Falling Out.
  • Avoid Damaging Healthy Enamel.
  • Dental Implants Are A Permanent Solution.
  • Prevent Bone Deterioration & Preserve Your Facial Structure.
  • The Process Is Nearly Pain-Free.

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    Am I A Candidate For Multiple Dental Implants?

    Although dental implants can be an amazing method of restoring your smile, it is not the best option for every patient. Your health is extremely important to us, and for that reason Dental Partners of Boston want to make sure that the dental implant is a success. Our dentists need to ensure that your bones and your gums are healthy and can properly heal once the dental implants have been placed. This is why a few qualifiers exist to determine a patient’s eligibility. A candidate should have the following:

    Healthy Gums: Patients who have gum disease can lead to a failed implant. Gum disease can wear on your jawbone, and this poses a risk to a dental implant’s ability to stay securely lodged in the right place. Additionally, having healthy gums ensures that your mouth can properly heal from the procedure.

    Sufficient Jawbone Support: Without sufficient structural support from the bone underneath your gums, dental implants cannot remain correctly placed. The jawbone needs to be healthy to be able to anchor your dental implants which act as the root for your tooth.

    Willingness To Practice Oral Hygiene: Regular flossing and brushing is the foundation for a healthy smile. Just like with regular teeth, this is important for the health and maintenance of dental implants. With proper oral hygiene your dental implants can last your entire lifetime!

    2021 Boston Top Dentist award

    CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR DOCTORS

    All our dentists have been listed as a Top Dentist in Boston Magazine.

    Every year a carefully curated list is published with the best dentists in Boston, including general dentists and specialists like us in periodontics, endodontics, orthodontics, prosthodontics, and more. We’re honored to serve our patients together with an exceptional standard of care. Thank you!

    Schedule My Appointment Today

    The professional dentists at Dental Partners of Boston makes getting dental implants an easy process. We invite you to come in and discuss your options with one of our knowledgeable dental implant dentists. We lead New England in dental implant experience and continually work with the top dental implant providers to offer you the latest technology and techniques. We guide you through each step of the dental implant process, from placing the dental implant to restoring the final tooth. Find out why patients from all over New England come to Dental Partners of Boston for their dental implants. Contact our Boston dentist office today!

    Procedure Doctors

    Dr. Sergio Guzman Periodontist Boston
    Sergio A. Guzman
    D.M.D., M.S.D.
    Dr. Carolina Mujica Restorative Dentist Boston
    Carolina Mujica
    D.M.D., C.A.G.S.
    Dr. Divya Bhargava Restorative Dentistry Boston
    Divya Bhargava
    D.M.D., C.A.G.S.
    Dr. Michael Otoole Prosthodontist Boston
    Michael G. O’Toole
    D.M.D., M.M.Sc.
    Dr. Shiro Kamachi Prosthodontist Boston
    Shiro Kamachi
    D.M.D.
    Dr. Kumiko Kamachi Prosthodontist Boston
    Kumiko Kamachi
    D.M.D., C.A.G.S.
    Dr. Carly Park Prosthodontist Boston
    Carly F. Park
    D.M.D.
    Dr. Divya Bhargava Restorative Dentistry Boston
    Jessica Lau
    D.M.D.
    Dr. Brett Stein Prosthodontist Boston, MA
    Brett Stein
    D.M.D., M.M.Sc.
    Dr. Jose Rivera Zayas Prosthodontist Boston
    Jose L. Rivera-Zayas
    D.M.D.
    Dr. Sarah Kim Prosthodontist Boston
    Sarah S. Kim
    D.M.D., M.S.
    Dr. Yael Frydman Orthodontist Boston
    Yael Frydman
    D.M.D.
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    Visit Our Offices

    Prudential Center

    800 Boylston St., 2nd Floor
    Boston, MA 02199
    (617) 259-1100

    Fort Point

    46 Farnsworth Street
    Boston, MA 02210
    (617) 766-0987

    Charles River

    50 Staniford Street #303
    Boston, MA 02114
    (617) 606-6420

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