Dr. Phil Shay, D.D.S. M.S.
  • Tel: 212-808-0709
Implant Restoration

Benefits Of Laser Dentistry

As scientific studies are confirmed, lasers may be a good alternative to the traditional drill as anesthetic is not needed as often. The procedure is more precise and can reduce symptoms and healing times associated with traditional therapies. Lasers are often used for teeth whitening, ulcer excision, gum therapy, cavity preparation and removal of decay. In the future, laser technology may be used to prevent decay by increasing the strength of the tooth. However, laser therapy cannot be used as an alternative for every procedure.

Dental Implant Restoration Facts

  • Durable – the implant fuses to the bone making implants the most durable tooth replacement option
  • Long-Lasting - Implants can last a lifetime if properly maintained
  • Healthy Oral Solution – Implants don’t require reduction of bordering teeth
  • Natural Looking – Implants are designed to look like natural teeth
  • Improve Appearance and Restore Confidence

The Dental Implant Restoration Process

  • The dental implant takes the place of the old root in the jaw bone
  • Over the next 2-6 months the implant fuses to the bone becoming an anchor for the artificial tooth
  • The next step is to design the new replacement tooth. Once ready, the new tooth is attached to the implant – the patient will be able to chew and speak normally
  • The next step is to design the new replacement tooth. Once ready, the new tooth is attached to the implant – the patient will be able to chew and speak normally
  • When a patient loses several teeth, an implant supported bridge can be created to replace the missing teeth.