Dental Implants in Shoreline, WA

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Missing teeth can make daily tasks like eating and smiling with confidence difficult. If you are tired of not smiling in pictures or avoiding your favorite foods due to a missing tooth or teeth, we’d like to invite you to schedule a consultation with our team. Dr. Jones has years of experience restoring implants and works with some of the best oral surgeons in town to ensure a seamless and positive experience.

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What are the benefits of dental implants?

Dental implants are often the preferred choice for replacing missing teeth—and for good reason! The benefits of dental implants include:

  • Durable, long-lasting restorations
  • Look, feel, and function like real teeth
  • No special care required
  • No food or activity restrictions
  • Designed to blend in with surrounding teeth
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Who is a candidate for dental implants?

Patients who want to utilize dental implants to replace their missing teeth should be in general good health and either receive a bone graft or have a healthy amount of jawbone tissue present. Patients who smoke regularly or have an autoimmune disorder are not always good candidates for dental implants, as these factors can disrupt the implant healing process. If you are interested in dental implants, we can go over your oral health needs, preferences, budget, and lifestyle during your consultation to see if you are a good candidate for dental implants.

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How will I know if I need a dental implant restoration?

If your implant crown ever appears broken, cracked, or otherwise damaged, please schedule a visit with our office so we can examine it for you. Implant crowns typically need to be removed and replaced with new crowns just as often as traditional dental crowns. If the implant itself fails, you may notice that it feels loose or that your gums are receding around the implant. Implant failures are rare, but typically occur during the first year that the patient has an implant. If you suspect that your implant has failed, visiting an experienced dental professional as soon as you can is of the utmost importance.

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