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The best treatment for tooth replacement, hands down.
What are dental implants?
Dental implants done by Advanced Dental Group in Hoboken, New Jersey can last a lifetime and look, feel, and function exactly like your natural teeth. They do not come loose like dentures can, they are not anchored to your surrounding teeth like bridges, and there’s no limit to the amount of implants you can have.
A dental implant is made up of two parts: an implanted titanium post that acts as the root of your new tooth, and an artificial tooth. When implanted, they require similar dental care to regular teeth which includes routine brushing and flossing. Additionally, regular dental checkups with Advanced Dental Group in Hoboken, New Jersey can ensure that your dental implant will last for the rest of your life.
If you have ruled out less complicated alternative treatments like dentures or a bridge for your missing tooth then dental implants just may be right for you.
What are the benefits of dental implants?
Dental implants are crafted to fit your natural tooth structure exactly, making them look and feel significantly more natural than other treatment options. Beyond the aesthetics and lifelong duration, Advanced Dental Groups dental implants in Hoboken, New Jersey can also: improve your speech, keep surrounding teeth healthy, and help you eat your favorite foods once more.
Looking to book dental implants in Hoboken, New Jersey? Contact Us online today to schedule an appointment at Advanced Dental Group.
We offer high-quality and affordable Dental Implants. Book your visit at Advanced Dental Group of Hoboken located in Hoboken, New Jersey.
A way to fill in gaps, including spaces between missing and real teeth.
Restore the affected tooth's size, shape, appearance, and strength.
Synthetic teeth that are custom-made to replace missing teeth.
A way to save an infected tooth from extraction.
Root Canal Treatment
Removal of a tooth that's endured extensive irreparable damage.
A filling is used to treat a small hole, or cavity, in a tooth.