Dental Implants

Implant Placement and Restoration in Smithfield RI

Tooth loss can be debilitating, but dental implant-supported restorations fix nearly every aspect of the problem.

Replace your missing teeth entirely with dental implants from Atwill-Conroy Dental Smithfield. Implants are an effective long-term solution that is quickly becoming the new standard in tooth replacement. Dental implant-supported restorations feel and function like natural teeth while providing the same benefits to your oral health.


What Can I Expect During the Dental Implant Process?

At our practice, we lead you through every step of your dental implant journey.

First, we place your implants in our office using the latest methods and technology. During your procedure, you remain comfortably sedated and anesthetized.

Next, we develop your restorations and send our plans to a trusted local lab for fabrication while waiting anywhere from four to six months for your implant posts to fuse to your jaw. Once your implant has healed, and the lab has completed your prosthetics, we move on to the last phase of the process, installing your prosthetics.

When you return to our office, we affix a customized abutment to your implant post; this intermediary piece holds your new tooth securely to its implant post. Once completed, we provide our continued support to ensure long-term success.

What are the Benefits of Dental Implants?

Dental implants provide abundant benefits when compared with traditional dentures and bridges. Because dental implant posts replace the roots, they offer all the same benefits as natural teeth. Their benefits are numerous, and include:

  • Increased Stability
  • Jawbone Support
  • Long-Term Efficacy
  • Natural Aesthetics
  • Better Bite Strength

Choose Atwill-Conroy Dental Smithfield for Your Dental Implants

Wherever you visit us, be it Smithfield, North Attleboro, or Providence, you can count on our high-quality care. Let us help you restore your smile to its full functionality with our advanced dental implant procedure.

Call us today for more information on our dental implant treatments. We look forward to working with you! 

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