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Dental Implants in Fayetteville

Do you have missing teeth you need to replace? At Lyndon Family Dental, we offer a range of restorative services that can help you complete your smile, from traditional bridges to removable partials and dentures. 

Of all the services we offer, none is able to recreate the feel of a natural smile the way dental implants can. That's because implant-supported restorations go farther than traditional restorations. This option won't just replace your missing tooth (or teeth) it replaces your missing root structure. As a result, you can expect more stable and functional results.

The Dental Implant Treatment Process

Treatment with dental implants is completed over the course of two phases. In the first phase, an experienced specialist places one or more implants in the jawbone. Then, following your placement procedure, a process known as osseointegration occurs. During osseointegration, the jawbone fuses with your implant(s) creating a bond between them that mimics that bond between the jaw and natural roots.

For the second phase of treatment, known as the restoration phase, you return to Dr. Rinoldo's office in Fayetteville, NY. This phase culminates in the attachment of abutments and custom-made restorations. Once the restoration phase is complete, you can look forward to resuming normal activities with a greater sense of confidence and wellbeing. Your speech will improve, and you'll be free to enjoy foods you haven't been able to enjoy for a long time. You'll also feel great about sharing your smile openly.

A Versatile Solution

Besides the almost natural results they produce, dental implants are attractive for another reason: versatility. Whether you need to replace a single tooth, a few teeth, or an entire row of teeth, you can get the help you need with dental implants. During your consultation, we'll assess your needs and make a treatment recommendation. You may need a single implant-supported crown, or you might benefit from an implant-supported partial or full denture. As a practice committed to providing patients exceptional care, we'll help you find the solution that's right for you.