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Hamilton Family Dentistry
Mon, Tues, Thurs 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Fri 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
222 Chambless Ln Hamilton, GA 31811
Mon-Thu 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Fri 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
222 Chambless Ln Hamilton, GA 31811
(706) 641-0432
dental implant model of a set of full mouth dental implants.

Can I Replace One Or More Missing Teeth With Dental Implants?

September 23rd, 2022

Dental Implants in Hamilton, GA are by far the best solution for missing teeth. The loss of even a single tooth can be devastating to a patient’s surrounding teeth. These problems can also extend beyond a patient’s oral health and have negative effects on their social life. A patient’s appearance, chewing ability and self-confidence are all compromised when they have a missing tooth.

If treatment is delayed, tooth loss also invites other oral problems, including bone loss. This is especially true when patients delay treatment and teeth are not replaced. For those who are missing one or multiple teeth, a trusted dentist can remedy this issue with dental implants!

 

Dental Implants For The Treatment Of One Or Several Missing Teeth

Tooth loss can occur for many different reasons, including advanced periodontal disease and trauma. Those who suffer from tooth loss are not alone. With over 178 million people affected, tooth loss is extremely common among U.S. adults. Below are a few options to consider when replacing missing teeth with dental implants in Hamilton, GA.

 

Single Implants

If one or more teeth need correction in various spots, single dental implants can be placed using zirconia or titanium materials. Zirconia dental implants are an FDA-approved alternative to traditional titanium implants. Like their counterpart, zirconia implants are designed to both mimic the natural tooth root and prevent jawbone loss, while adding to the smile’s aesthetics and function.

A trusted dentist places zirconia implants for patients who desire an allergy-free and metal-free alternative to traditional implants.

 

Multiple Implants

When multiple implants are needed for tooth replacement, full mouth dental implants can be placed on the top or bottom row of the jawbone. As with the single implants, multiple implants can be placed to provide a full arch tooth replacement, restoring a patients smile aesthetically and functionally.

 

Ready For Your Dental Implants In Hamilton, GA?

Whether you need one or more teeth restored, dental implants can get the job done!

Get in contact our doctors, Dr. Arrington and Dr. Rowland, and his team in our office by Hamilton, GA to schedule a consultation.

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FAQ

  • How often should I visit your office?

    We recommend patients visit our office two times each year for dental checkups.  These preventative visits arte the standard in care as set forth by the American Dental Association and this is typically frequent enough to prevent most oral health concerns and diagnose others in the earliest stages.

  • What is periodontal disease?

    Gum (periodontal) disease is a common oral health concern that occurs when plaque and tartar buildup irritates gum tissue and breaks down soft tissue and supportive jawbone structure leading to a number of oral health concerns.  We offer a variety of periodontal therapy options to renew oral health for patients suffering from gum disease.

  • Can I call you during dental emergencies?

    We are happy to help patients during dental emergencies.  Don’t heistate to contact us right away.  We provide same day appointments whenever possible and are happy to walk you through first aid and pain management over the phone.

  • Can I bring my kids to Hamilton Family Dentistry?

    Absolutely.  We’re happy to provide pediatric dental care for young patients and we offer a variety of treatments specifically geared toward patients with growing smiles.

  • I get nervous at the dentist. What can you do to help?

    In addition to treating each patient with the level of kindness and compassion they deserve, we also offer a variety of sedation dentistry solutions to help patients stay relaxed and pain free from the moment they arrive.

  • How will I know if I have a root canal infection?

    The doctor will need to examine your tooth to find out for sure, but contact us right away if you experience any of the following common warning signs of root canal infection:

    • Severe toothache
    • Sensitivity to changes in temperature
    • Discoloration of a single tooth
    • Infection in the gums around a tooth
  • Do you offer financing plans?

    We are happy to work with qualified patients to find low or no interest payment plans through two third party dentistry financiers, CareCredit and Lending Club.  Please ask us if you qualify for our financing options at your next appointment.

  • How often should I visit your office?
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    We recommend patients visit our office two times each year for dental checkups.  These preventative visits arte the standard in care as set forth by the American Dental Association and this is typically frequent enough to prevent most oral health concerns and diagnose others in the earliest stages.

  • What is periodontal disease?
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    Gum (periodontal) disease is a common oral health concern that occurs when plaque and tartar buildup irritates gum tissue and breaks down soft tissue and supportive jawbone structure leading to a number of oral health concerns.  We offer a variety of periodontal therapy options to renew oral health for patients suffering from gum disease.

  • Can I call you during dental emergencies?
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    We are happy to help patients during dental emergencies.  Don’t heistate to contact us right away.  We provide same day appointments whenever possible and are happy to walk you through first aid and pain management over the phone.

  • Can I bring my kids to Hamilton Family Dentistry?
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    Absolutely.  We’re happy to provide pediatric dental care for young patients and we offer a variety of treatments specifically geared toward patients with growing smiles.

  • I get nervous at the dentist. What can you do to help?
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    In addition to treating each patient with the level of kindness and compassion they deserve, we also offer a variety of sedation dentistry solutions to help patients stay relaxed and pain free from the moment they arrive.

  • How will I know if I have a root canal infection?
    image description

    The doctor will need to examine your tooth to find out for sure, but contact us right away if you experience any of the following common warning signs of root canal infection:

    • Severe toothache
    • Sensitivity to changes in temperature
    • Discoloration of a single tooth
    • Infection in the gums around a tooth
  • Do you offer financing plans?
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    We are happy to work with qualified patients to find low or no interest payment plans through two third party dentistry financiers, CareCredit and Lending Club.  Please ask us if you qualify for our financing options at your next appointment.

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