You can rely on Pearl Dental for all of your cosmetic procedures, teeth cleaning & dental implants in Mt. Kisco, NY. We provide special treatment such as implant dentistry to any of our patients who are in need of replacing missing teeth.

Dr. Sid Tucker is our implant specialist on staff who is renowned for his work in implant dentistry and prosthodontics. As an added bonus, our general dentists are able to consult with him on the spot regarding diagnosis and treatment plans for patients in need of implant dentistry. Dental implants allow patients with broken or missing teeth to have them replaced with fully functioning and aesthetically pleasing false teeth. Although this procedure has become quick and painless for a majority of patients, it is still important to note that implant dentistry is still a dental surgery that requires a high degree of skill and expertise.

As demonstrated in the image below, your dental implant will be fused to your jawbone below the gum line in a very similar fashion as your natural teeth would be. This allows the prosthetic tooth to function and appear almost identical to your natural teeth.

Why Dental Implants?

Dental implants are able to provide a permanent solution to missing teeth. Dental Implants can be used to support dentures, dental bridges and dental crowns while working in place of your natural dental roots.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants have a variety of benefits, here are just a few:

  • Enjoy eating the foods you love without fear!
  • Smile with confidence
  • Natural Appearance
  • Stop Gum Recession and loss of the jaw bone
  • Prevent a ‘sunken appearance’ that is often associated with dentures
  • Rid yourself of denture pain or soreness

Dental Implants VS Dentures

While dentures have long been the replacement method of choice for missing teeth, dental implants have risen in popularity in recent years. Because dentures can often become loose or dislodged while speaking, they are often associated with discomfort and embarrassment. Dental implants are embedded securely into your jawbone and become a part of your anatomy – making it impossible for them to move or slip while you are talking or eating.