At Michael E. Kun, DMD, we're thrilled to offer state-of-the-art dental implants. Unlike traditional types of treatments for replacing missing teeth, implants are capable of lasting for an entire lifetime.
Allentown, PA Dental Implants Are a Predictable Option
Implants are stronger than natural teeth, allowing us to attach everything from crowns to dentures in place.
As few as two or four implants can be used to support multi-tooth bridges to full-arch restorations.
Implants can improve bone quality and strength in the jaw.
Dental Implants can be a minimally-invasive solution, so there's no need to drill down or alter the structure of adjacent teeth.
Some types of dental implants, such as mini implants, can be installed in as little as just one day.
Avoid the need to wear removable prosthetics, such as partial or full dentures.
In fact, research shows that a well maintained dental implant has a 98% chance of lasting for the rest of your life.
Whether you are missing teeth or have loose dentures, we have an implant to meet your needs & budget
We Have Dental implants of Different Shapes and Sizes that Allow Us To Best Meet Your Needs!
What Are Dental Implants?
A dental implant is a biocompatible, artificial "tooth root" made of materials that trigger new bone growth within the jaw. This process called "osseointegration" is what fuses the implant into your bone and makes it a permanent part of your body. Compared to other types of modern tooth replacements, implant therapy can be the only permanent solution.
While the majority of a dental implant rests below the gum line, in a "socket" that resembles the root of your natural teeth, a very small part of the implant is visible just above the gums. On top of this surface our dental implant dentists will attach what is called an "abutment," which is what your new crown, bridge, or stabilized denture will be attached to.
If you're considering dental implants, call our Allentown, PA dental office to schedule a consultation to find out if you're a candidate for dental implants. Even if traditional implants aren't an option, we offer mini dental implant treatments that make this type of treatment available to a wider number of people. Contact us today to get started!
If you're considering dental implants, call our office to schedule a consultation to find out if you're a candidate for dental implants.