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Dental Implants

Dental Implants in Enola, PA

Dental implant technology has come a long way and the quality of implants has reached a point where it’s hard to tell the difference between your natural teeth and replacements. Our team is able to create new replacement teeth that will feel, fit, and function like your natural existing teeth. Dental implants are a great treatment option for replacing missing teeth or restoring a smile after having teeth extracted.

What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a replacement tooth root that provides a solid foundation for replacement teeth that have been custom-made to match your existing teeth. These replacement teeth can be either permanent or removable, but they both serve the same basic purpose of restoring your smile.

The implant itself is made from medical-grade titanium that once healed, begins to fuse to the existing bone structure in your jaw, creating a secure and strong foundation for your new teeth. 

A dental implant usually consists of three parts including the implant, abutment, and crown. The implant itself is what secures your new tooth to your jaw and the abutment is the connector which holds the crown, tooth, or set of teeth to the implant. Finally, the most visible part is the crown or replacement tooth, and that’s the part that completes your beautiful smile!

The first step for dental implants

Whether you’re considering implants as an option for replacing one tooth or multiple teeth, the first step is to consult with a doctor who specializes in this procedure. There have been a lot of advancements in the technology behind dental implants and our brand-new practice is revolutionary when it comes to high-end dental implants. Our team is able to provide you with the highest quality care and implants in the region, and we would be happy to answer all of your questions.

Call us at 717.551.1511 if you’re considering implants to replace a missing tooth, or are interested in talking with our doctors about your options.