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Prosthodontics in Westport, CT

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What Is Prosthodontics?

Prosthodontics refers to the creation and placement of artificial teeth. When the natural teeth have been lost or can’t be saved and need to be extracted, they can be replaced with dental prosthetics. Dental prosthetics provide a natural appearance and function, allowing you to chew and speak effectively and smile with confidence.

Imperial Dental Associates provides prosthodontics in Westport, CT. To learn more, call 203-227-2520 or contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Benefits of Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics offers many benefits for patients:

  • Fully functional replacement teeth. Dental prosthetics restore your chewing capabilities, allowing you to eat the foods you enjoy.
  • Natural smile. Advanced technology is used to create realistic looking dental prosthetics that restore your natural smile.
  • Improved oral health. Replacing missing, decayed, and damaged teeth improves your oral health, eliminating infection and preserving the bone structure of your jaw.
  • Better overall health and wellness. Oral health directly affects your overall health. Prosthodontics can help you eat a more well-rounded diet and experience better general health.

Why Choose Imperial Dental Associates?

We believe in the importance of oral health as it pertains to your overall health and wellness. We provide prosthodontics to give patients an option for replacing their teeth with fully functional, natural looking prosthetics. Feeling confident about your smile can have a positive effect on your life. From personal relationships to professional advancement, prosthodontics can be the catalyst for positive change.

Services Offered

We provide the following prosthodontic services:

  • Full Mouth Reconstruction. When the majority or all of your teeth need to be replaced, full mouth reconstruction can replace your teeth with prosthetics that look and function naturally.
  • Smile Makeovers. A smile makeover is like an overhaul of your teeth to make your smile look more natural. It may include prosthodontics as well as cosmetic dental procedures.

Frequently Asked Questions About Prosthodontics

What are the different types of dental prosthetics?
Prosthodontics includes a wide variety of dental prosthetics, including crowns, bridges, dental implants, dentures, and implant supported bridges and dentures.
What is the highest quality tooth replacement option?
Dental implants are considered to be the highest quality tooth replacement option. They provide a secure hold for any number of prosthetics from a single crown to a full set of dentures. Implants replace the natural tooth roots and prevent bone loss in the jaw.
Are implant supported dentures better than traditional dentures?
Implant supported dentures have many benefits over traditional dentures. They stay in place securely without slipping, they allow you to eat more different types of foods, they look more natural, and they preserve the bone structure of your jaw to maintain your natural facial shape.
Do dental implants require surgery?
Dental implants are surgically placed in the jaw. But the surgery is considered minimally invasive and is usually done with just local anesthesia.
How long does a smile makeover take?
A smile makeover may consist of a variety of dental procedures, which may take place over the course of a few months to a year or more. It depends on the type and number of procedures you will need to achieve your smile goals.
How long do dental implants last?
Once dental implants fully fuse with the jaw bone, they can last for the rest of your life. The dental prosthetics attached to the implants may eventually need to be replaced due to normal wear and tear.

Contact Us

Call 203-227-2520 or contact us today to learn more and schedule an appointment.

Contact our office today to schedule your appointment!

15 Imperial Ave
Westport, CT 06880
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