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How Dental Crowns and Dental Implants Work Together

August 2, 2019
Posted By: Dr. Tae Chung, DDS
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Dental Implants in Poway, CA

Getting a dental implant is a big decision, but it’s one that can enrich your life in so many ways. If you’ve been living with missing teeth, you know the impact they have on your speech, ability to enjoy your favorite foods, and your confidence.

But dental implants eliminate all these challenges. They are most like a natural tooth because they replace the entire root. And once we add dental crowns to your implant at our Poway, CA, you’ll be able to eat, speak, and smile with confidence.

How We Replace Teeth with Dental Implants and Crowns

Dental implants are used to replace one or more missing teeth. For a single tooth, an oral surgeon surgically positions the dental implant in your jaw. It’s left to heal for several months until it fuses with the bone and tissue around it. 

Once it heals, the dental implant acts as a natural tooth root would. The next step is to visit AllDent Dental Center to have a dental crown attached to it. You may also hear dental crowns referred to as restorations because they “restore” your tooth to full function.

In this way, dental crowns and dental implants work together to complete your smile, improve your quality of life, and restore your confidence.

Contact Us To Learn More

We encourage you not to live with missing teeth; they're unattractive, and worse yet, they're unhealthy and can even lead to further tooth loss.

Pairing dental crowns with implants at our Poway, CA dental office, Dr. Tae Chung can give you back the complete, healthy smile you once had. But don’t worry if you think a dental implant isn’t right for you; we also offer dental bridges and full and partial dentures. Both are excellent, time-tested solutions for missing teeth.

If you want to replace missing teeth, please contact AllDent Dental Center to schedule an appointment with Dr. Chung to learn more about our options.

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