Immediate Restoration

Dental Implants are changing the way people live. For patients that lost teeth, dental implants can provide patients the ability to eat virtually anything and allows them to smile with confidence. Dental implants are completely safe and can be placed with patients who have gum disease, patients who smoke, or patients who have missing teeth and wear dentures. Implants can be used to replace one or more missing teeth or help provide stability to dentures. Implants are titanium posts that get inserted into the jaw bone. After the implant bonds with the existing bone to provide a solid foundation, the replacement tooth looks, feels and function like a normal tooth. Furthermore, implants prevent the bone deterioration that typically results when a tooth is missing.

We numb you up the same way you get a filling. The dental implants are placed gently into the missing area. If we can get primary stability of the implant, you can get a temporary tooth restoration on the implant the SAME day. You don’t have to wear your denture anymore. You go to the work the same day with minimal discomfort! You will NEVER be without teeth. After a period of healing, typically about 3-4 months, a replacement tooth can be placed.

While most procedures are done with just local anesthetics, nitrous oxide (laughing gas) and sedation is always available for anxious patients. All procedures are done by our board certified periodontist. Our dentist in our state of the art facility always uses the most advanced technology including instantaneous, comfortable digital X-rays. Each treatment room is equipped with high definition flat screen televisions and WiFi accessibility to make your experience as comfortable as possible.

Call us now 516-348-8500 it will be our pleasure to answer any questions or concerns.


The content offered on this website is for informational purposes only and does not seek to diagnose and/or treat any physical, medical, dental, and/or periodontal condition or disease. In addition, the offering and consumption of this content does not establish a doctor patient relationship. If you are experiencing any pain, discomfort, swelling, and/or bleeding in your mouth and/or jaw this may represent a serious condition and can only be diagnosed and treated by visiting a medical doctor, dentist, and/or periodontist in person.

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