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What is the Restoration of Dental Implants in Ft. Collins?

July 22, 2018

Filed under: Implant Dentistry — Tags: — drlindsey @ 6:24 pm

components of a dental implantAre you ready to join more than 500,000 people who are choosing to replace their missing teeth with the most successful solution? You will make a wise decision for your quality of life and your oral health with dental implants in Ft. Collins. While on your journey to a complete smile, the treatment process will involve multiple phases, including the placement of the posts and the restoration of the dental implants. Although you may believe that they are one in the same, they are two very different aspects of your treatment plan.

4 Useful Tips When Shopping for Dental Implants

June 30, 2018

Dentist showing patient implant modelDental implants are fast becoming the most recommend tooth replacement option available. Unlike other forms of tooth replacement that only restore the visible parts of the smile, implant posts are inserted below the gums where they mimic the healthy function of natural tooth roots, giving patients the healthy function and stability they need. However, implant supported restorations do come with a higher price tag than other restoration options. That means patients need to consider shopping around for the best price options for their implant supported tooth replacement plans. In this post, we’ll discuss some of the things to consider when looking for the most affordable dental implant tooth replacement options to put the smile back on your face without breaking the bank.

Dental Implants in Ft. Collins, CO

November 24, 2016

Filed under: Implant Dentistry — Tags: — drlindsey @ 7:03 pm

Dental implants in Ft. Collins are the perfect gift for someone with tooth loss. No matter how many people are on your gift list, there’s always room for one more, right? Especially if the recipient happens to be you! This Christmas, treat yourself to the gift that lasts a lifetime—a complete smile. With dental implants in Ft. Collins, CO, Dr. Lindsey and her team at Aspen Dental Care can replace a missing tooth and give you a smile that you’ll share confidently at holiday gatherings.


Fort Collins General Dentist Dr. Lindsey Restores Missing Teeth

February 21, 2016

general dentistAlthough replacing a missing tooth is not optional—because not doing so can lead to serious oral and general health complications, to say nothing of the effect on your smile—there are several tooth replacement options to choose from. Two of the finest are dental implants and crown and bridge therapy. At Aspen Dental Care, Fort Collins family dentist Dr. Shiloh Lindsey and her team are skilled and experienced at rebuilding smiles with both of these procedures.

Strong, Long-Lasting Dental Implants in Ft. Collins, CO

April 18, 2015

Filed under: Implant Dentistry — tnt_admin @ 8:11 pm

Dental implant

Are you afraid to flash your smile because you have suffered the loss of a tooth? Thousands of Americans lose teeth every year due to a number of factors, including tooth decay, facial trauma, or severe injury to the mouth. The loss of a tooth is not only frustrating and painful, it can cause serious damage over time if not treated as soon as possible. There are several different treatments to replace a missing tooth, but the most popular and effective procedure comes in the form of dental implants, which are offered by Aspen Dental Care, located in Ft. Collins, CO.

Why Choose Dental Implants?

Your jawbone requires stimulation throughout the day. It receives this stimulation from your teeth, as they make constant contacts (chewing, pressing against each other, etc.). When a tooth is lost, the stimulation in that area is no longer present. Over time, the jawbone will begin to lose mass, height, and width. In order to prevent any adverse effects of a lost tooth – besides the obvious pain and difficulty chewing and speaking – dental implants can rectify the situation and restore function and form to the mouth.

What is the Procedure Like?

Our stellar doctor and team of experts have the experience and technical prowess to provide a straightforward, painless treatment. When you arrive for your initial consultation, we will take impressions of the problem area and plan out the procedure. We will surgically implant a biocompatible titanium post in the jawbone. You will undergo a healing period, as the bone grows over and naturally accepts the post, and the gums properly heal. When healed, you will return to our office for the final part of the treatment. We will bond a durable, strong replacement tooth to the post, cementing it within the mouth. After the procedure, you will be able to walk out of our office with a complete, healthy smile.

I Need Dental Implants

A missing tooth is a terrible burden, but Aspen Dental Care is here to help. Call us today and set up your initial consultation with our phenomenal staff. Our office doors are always open to those who live in Ft. Collins, Co, Wellington, Bellvue, Loveland, Windsor, and the neighboring communities.

Replacing Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

July 15, 2013

dental implantAre you missing teeth and disappointed with the appearance of your smile? Instead of hiding your smile and living with your disappointment and embarrassment, give your dentist a call. They can help replace your missing teeth with dental implants.

Dental implants are one of the most recommended methods for replacing missing teeth. This is because it provides the sturdiest and longest-lasting results. The method is the closest to mimicking the structure of a natural tooth, creating a firm base and a life-like restoration. Your dental implant will be securely attached to your jawbone, so no one will be able to tell you were ever missing a tooth.

You’ll start by having a titanium post implanted into your jawbone. Overtime, the titanium will bond with your jawbone, mimicking the root of a healthy tooth. Your dentist will carefully craft a custom crown to complete the restoration, making sure to match the shape and color of your other existing teeth. Once bonding has occurred, the crown will be attached to the post, completing your dental implant procedure.

This isn’t the right solution for everyone because you need to have sufficient bone mass to support the implant. Your dentist will come up with the right solution for your smile. Dental implants can also be used to support dentures, giving them a more secure fit than ever before.

If you’re missing teeth and aren’t satisfied with your smile, give your dentist a call today. Dental implants may be just what your smile needs. Your dentist would love to help you restore your smile and improve your self confidence with missing teeth solutions.

"You far exceeded anything I expected. I felt the positive vibes the minute I went inside. I never thought I would say I enjoyed going to the dentist, but I did....even don't mind the coming major work to be done. I can't think of a thing to change." - Kay
"We always feel that not only are we getting quality care from you and your staff, but that you all help make the experience comfortable." - Marilyn
"Julia is great. Thanks also for calling me to let me know the start time would be delayed. Very considerate!!!!!" - Steve
"Michelle and Dr. Lindsey were wonderful and explained everything to me in detail (realizing I have a lot of work to do). Teeth and gums will be in much better shape on my next visit. THANKS!!!!!!"" - Charles

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