The first step in replacing your missing teeth is your dental implant placement. During this procedure, our skilled dentists will place implant posts into your jawbone to replace your tooth roots and ensure your teeth and smile have a stable foundation. Call Las Olas Family Dental & Implant Center today at 954-859-1199 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Dennis Sevel or Dr. Jose Antonio Alfonso and learn more about dental implant placement in Fort Lauderdale, Florida!

Welcome to the initial phase of your implant procedure, where we lay the foundation for your new smile. This step involves a surgical process known as dental implant placement. During this procedure, a small post, resembling a tiny screw made from materials like titanium, is carefully positioned within your jawbone. This post serves as a substitute for your natural tooth root, supporting your jawbone and providing a sturdy base for both your replacement tooth and the implant restoration. Following this surgery, we will offer you comprehensive guidelines for a smooth recovery.

Subsequent to the implant placement, a crucial healing phase follows. This period allows the implant post to meld seamlessly with your jawbone, ensuring a stable and enduring outcome for your treatment. This biological bonding process is scientifically termed “osseointegration.” After successful integration, our experienced dentists and team will collaborate with you to craft and position your personalized implant restoration.

In cases where there has been a loss of bone tissue prior to the implant procedure, you might require a bone graft treatment to fortify the foundation before the implant can be installed. Similarly, any existing dental issues like tooth decay or gum disease must be addressed prior to implant placement.

For comprehensive insights into the dental implant placement process and to arrange a consultation with our skilled dentists, feel free to reach out to our office at your earliest convenience. Your journey to a revitalized smile starts here.

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