Dental Implants Never Worry About Loose Dentures
  • Replace any number of teeth with implants
  • Your teeth will stay in place without denture adhesive
  • Enjoy all your favorite foods again

Change Your Life With Dental Implants in Cary

We have some good news for you if you’re missing one or more teeth. Our dentists here at Preston Dental Center can use Cary dental implants to replace your missing teeth and give you back a strong bite.

These replacement tooth roots offer you life-changing benefits like:

  • Durability, as implants can last for decades or even a lifetime
  • Several options for natural-looking teeth replacement
  • Protection for your jawbone against deterioration
  • More confidence to speak up in public
  • Wider menu options when dining out
  • A healthier-looking, younger appearance

Don’t put up with missing teeth any longer. Talk to us soon about teeth implants by calling 919-823-6967 to schedule an appointment. You’ll find us at 3761 NW Cary Pkwy., #100. Our office hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, with Friday hours by appointment.

Implants Will Give You Something to Smile About

Preston Dental Center has over three decades of experience with restoring dental implants. We are confident that we can find the right solution to fit your needs. We also work closely with a team of highly skilled specialists during your entire treatment to ensure your best results.

Today’s dental implants are usually made from medical-grade titanium. They function as prosthetic teeth roots in your jaw. Over a few months, the implants will fuse with your jawbone, creating new bone material that provides a firm base for several types of replacement teeth:

  • Single Implant Crown – We can secure a beautiful new crown to an implant to restore virtually all your biting and chewing capacity. It will look and feel as natural as your original tooth did.
  • Implant Bridge – Your bridge will replace several missing teeth in a row and anchor in place using two or more implants. You’ll have a beautiful smile and strong bite once more.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – These dentures will secure to a set of dental implants with a system of snaps and balls. They’ll stay firmly in place, yet you’ll be able to remove them each day for cleaning.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – Your new teeth will anchor to a metal bar attached to your implants. In most cases, these dentures are designed to be removed only by your dentist.

Don’t wait another day to get your teeth back! Call Preston Dental Center today at 919-823-6967 for dental implants in Cary, NC. You can also schedule online.

Common Questions About Dental Implants

How do dental implants work?

Dental implants are essentially replacement tooth roots that get surgically placed into your jaw, where they will begin to fuse with your bone, thus becoming part of your body. Implants can then be restored with a crown, a dental bridge, or dentures. Ultimately, an implants procedure will restore what has been missing from your life: confidence, health, enjoyment from eating, and so forth.

Will dental implants last forever?

Although we can’t guarantee implants will last forever, we have seen that, with proper care, a dental implant can last for decades. Plus, you will be getting to enjoy a much higher quality of life, including better health and more self-confidence in social settings. We can talk about all the pros and cons of each of our restorative dentistry procedures while you are here for your consultation.

Are dental implants expensive?

Implants aren’t cheap. But they are the best option for patients suffering through the indignity of tooth loss as an adult. How much they will cost you depends on your specific situation. The number of teeth you are missing and the way you will be restoring your implants factor largely into pricing. We can discuss financing and insurance options at your consultation.

Do dental implants hurt?

Most of our dental implant patients report little discomfort when they receive their dental implants. Your oral surgeon will make sure your mouth is completely numb in the area where they’re working, and afterward, most discomfort can be eliminated with over-the-counter pain relievers. All in all, you should have a relatively pain-free dental implant experience.

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