Implant Dentist, Dr. Farzan Alamirad

Posted on: July 15, 2016

Implant Dentist, Dr. Farzan AlamiradAs an implant dentist, Dr. Farzan Alamirad knows that too many people live with chronic tooth loss.  Tooth loss is something that many people associate with the elderly. However, the reality is that tooth loss can happen to anybody at any time in their life given the right circumstances. More and more people are looking for solutions to replace teeth that they have lost in an accident, due to decay, due to disease, or due to the onset of age. As a result, there has been an increased interest in the services of implant dentist who is able to provide patients with the most state-of-the-art technology in order to give them a tooth that looks, feels, and acts like an actual tooth.

Thanks to the fusion of science with modern dentistry, we are able to provide you with a dental implant solution that does away with many of the old ways of thinking when it comes to tooth replacement. When you visit implant dentist, Dr. Farzan Alamirad, you are no longer having to deal with the old-fashioned ways of replacing teeth like dentures or bridges which require the use of wires to hold the teeth in place or messy adhesives to bind your dentures so that they do not fall out in the middle of a meal. Today, using state-of-the-art technology, implant dentist Dr. Farzan Alamirad is able to give you a tooth that replicates your natural tooth almost to perfection.

Your New Teeth Can Look and Feel Natural 

As you will find out in your first consultation with implant dentist, Dr. Farzan Alamirad, implant dentistry has completely revolutionized the conversation about replacing lost teeth. This is because, with implant dentistry, we are using a technique that allows us to mimic the natural  tooth and how it interacts with the natural physical elements around it. A dental implant is a tiny titanium screw that is placed directly into the jaw bone. By placing it directly into the jaw bone we are able to achieve an effect that mimics the naturally occurring tooth root. This has two important consequences. The first consequence is that the jaw bone provides this new dental implant with the same security, stability, and strength that it does to the tooth root, thereby making the dental implant the strongest way to replace lost teeth. This added stability helps dental implants to last for a much longer period of time. Secondly, by placing the dental implant into the jaw bone, we are able to stimulate the jaw bone, in much the same way as the regular naturally occurring root would. This encourages the body to provide the resources and minerals needed for a healthy jaw bone.

From the perspective of you, the patient, perhaps the most important aspect of all of this is that you will have a tooth that is secured directly into your jaw using making sure that you have a perfect-looking dental crown that is strong, safe, secure, and does not require any extra effort to maintain. Indeed, if you brush your teeth and floss as you are supposed to with your naturally occurring you will also be providing all of the maintenance that your dental implant needs.


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