Dental Implants FAQSterling, VA

Dental Implants An Overview

Your One Stop Solution for Missing Teeth – Ridgetop Dental Implant Center

Dr. Datta Malyavantham is a general dentist with advanced specialized training in implant dentistry. A dedicated member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, Dr. Datta continues to refine his knowledge and skill through advanced education coursework.

Dr. Datta provides full Sterling VA dental implant services under one roof. Our dental care team coordinates all phases of the implant treatment for a streamlined procedure yielding high-quality results. Dr. Datta offers bone grafting, tissue regeneration, single and multiple implants as well as All-On-Four and implant secured dentures.

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If you are missing one tooth, or all of your teeth, contact our Sterling, VA dentist office to request a complimentary implant consultation.

Dental Implants FAQs

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are titanium posts designed to mimic that natural ingenuity of natural teeth. The implant is surgically placed in the jaw bone and is used to anchor prosthetic teeth in place. A single dental implant can be used to replace one missing tooth, or several dental implants can be used to secure a denture for a full arch of missing teeth.

What is the dental implant procedure like?

The dental implant procedure is typically a multi-step process. Dr. Datta will coordinate all phases of treatment and handles all aspects of the procedure from pre-treatment planning to the surgical implantation, restoration, and follow-up appointments. Ridgetop Dental Implant Center is your one-stop dentist office for all of your dental implant needs.

We do offer All-on-Four and Teeth-In-A-Day where patients are able to receive implants and temporary restoration in just one visit to our dentist office.

What type of implants are available?

There are many techniques and styles of implants. Dr. Datta will present all viable options to patients after their personalized implant consultation. The style of implant used will depend on the number and location of missing teeth as well as the health and stability of the bone.

  • Single dental implant to replace one missing tooth
  • Multiple dental implants to replace a row of teeth, or more than one missing tooth
  • Full-arch dental implants to permanently replace up to 12 teeth in either jaw
  • All-on-four implants; one full arch of teeth held in place with four implants
  • Teeth-in-a-day service is also available to qualifying patients
Can dental implants be used to replace a full arch of missing teeth?

Yes. There are several options for replacing a full arch of missing teeth using dental implants. There are removable and permanent options for securing a partial denture to replace an arch of missing teeth.

Why should I choose dental implants?

Dental implants are the most natural way to replace missing teeth. Dental implants provide patients with many advantages over traditional missing tooth replacement options. Implants help stabilize bone tissue, prevent facial regression and reduce the risk of gum disease and additional tooth loss. Dental implants support a natural bite and allow patients to enjoy a diet without restriction.

Am I a good candidate for dental implants?

Most patients are eligible for some type of dental implant procedure. Some patients will require additional procedures to secure their oral health prior to their implant treatment. Dr. Datta offers bone grafting and tissue regeneration procedures for patients without substantial bone tissue to support dental implants. To find out if dental implants are right for replacing your missing teeth, request a complimentary consultation with Dr. Datta at our Reston or Sterling, VA dentist office.

Do dental implants require special care?

Dental implants can last for many years with proper oral hygiene. Different types of implants require different care. Brushing, flossing, and visiting the dentist at least twice a year for checkups and professional cleanings can help to keep your gums, bone, and implants healthy.

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