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Dental Implants: FAQ

What are A Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a permanent tooth replacement option that uses Titanium metal posts to replace your natural tooth roots. An artificial porcelain crown is installed on the portion of the post (abutment) that extends from your gum tissue. This process takes between 2-5 visits depending on your case severity.

What is the process of getting Dental Implants?

The process of getting dental implants requires multiple office visits and a degree of patience as your body heals. The implants are positioned during one appointment, followed by around four months of healing. Once your bone tissue has fused to the implant material, you’ll return to have the crown portion of the implant attached to the post.

How can I prepare for dental implants?

As you prepare for your procedure, it is critical that you share the full details of your health history with us, including any medications or supplements you are taking. You should also be prepared to follow all post-operative instructions to reduce the risk of infection.

If you are a smoker, make every effort to quit in advance of your implant procedure. Smoking impedes your body’s ability to heal and is also incredibly harmful to your gum tissue.

The Prosthetic

Dental Implant The Prosthetic Education

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Implants: Crown / Abutment / Implant image


1. Titanium Root: First step is to make sure the root is installed

2. Abutment: The device that attaches to the root is the abutment and must be installed before covering the tooth

3. The Porcelain Crown: As hard, if not harder than a real tooth the porcelain crown top off the dental implant providing for a strong and elegantly rooted and naturally looking tooth

Dental Implant Dental Exam

we perform a thorough dental implant screening

Implants: Dental Implant Exam and Implant Screening


Getting dental implants requires a thorough exam. We start with a 3D mapping of your mouth. This is called 3D cone beam scanning. This state-of-the-art imaging delivers insight into the soft tissues, bone, and nerve pathways in the surgical area.

Dr.Bansal will decide how many implants you will need after you complete an intra oral exam. This will determine your implant needs. We’ll help you bring your mouth in full function and to restore lost esthetics and function. Get a beautiful more natural looking smile with dental implant technology.

Dental Implant Case Analysis

we develop a case severity analysis to determine our approach

defining case severity

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dental implant multiple


(2 – 4)
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Severe case

Single Dental Implant



Single Dental Implant

A complete Dental implant comprise of

  1. Titanium Root
  2. Abutment
  3. Porcelain crown

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Multiple Dental Implant


(2 – 4 IMPLANTS)

Multiple implants

The best candidates for multiple dental implants are people in good overall health with healthy bone density in place and healthy gums as well.  Multiple implants are typically utilized to replace 2-3 teeth and may involve bone grafting. See below for more information. 

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Dental Implant: All-ON-X Retainer

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Implant supported fixed denture

Smiles of Lindenhurst offers All-on-4, a dental implant solution that creates a full smile and at the same time establish lost form and function in oral cavity. This treatment option provides patients with brand new teeth by utilizing a permanent, titanium-reinforced bridge that can be secured to four or more dental implants. This reduces our need for bone grafting and other supporting treatment the flexibility allowing us to place the implants in areas in which the bone is most dense.

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Dental Implant: Complete Implant



implant supported removable dentures

This treatment option provides patients with brand new teeth by utilizing a removable denture that is snapped on to 2 or more dental implants, using locator attachments.

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dental implant additional steps

additional steps before implants may be needed

Additional steps

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Bone grafting is the process of using your own bone to replace missing bone. Consider this, it is natural for a person to lose bone around a missing tooth. However, before implants can be placed the bone must be strengthened. Your bone tissue is used to fill the void left by the missing tooth/teeth. After about 2-4 months the bone will grown back. As a result of bone grafting, there is a much higher rate of implant(s) success.