Implant Dentistry in Kearney, NE
Millions of Americans are missing at least one permanent tooth. If tooth loss has happened to you, it’s important that you understand your options so you can restore your smile with the best restoration to fit your needs. Dental implants from our Kearney, NE dentist Dr. Walter D. Martin DMD are an excellent way to replace missing teeth. You'll get beautiful, durable, and lifelong artificial teeth that are made to look and feel like the real thing. Implants have become one of the most effective ways for dentists to replace missing teeth because once they are complete, they can last the rest of your life.
Our team of highly skilled dental professionals and friendly, caring
staff ensure that every time you come through our doors, whether it’s
for cleanings or a dental implant, you get the personalized care
you deserve. That is our guarantee as your Kearney dentist!
What Is a Dental Implant?
A dental implant is a titanium post embedded into your jawbone that naturally fuses together
with the bone to take the place of your missing tooth’s roots.
Once the implant and jawbone become fully integrated, this restoration is
permanent. From there, the titanium post can support a simple dental
crown (if you are replacing one tooth), a bridge or even a full set
Are You A Good Candidate For Implant Dentistry?
If you are looking to get beautiful dental implants from a trusted provider here in Kearney, NE, then it’s time to turn to the cosmetic and restorative dental team of Fort Theatre Dentistry! Schedule a consultation with our implant dentist Dr. Martin to see if you are a good candidate to receive an implant.
Dental Implants May Be Right For You If:
- You are missing one or more permanent teeth
- You are in good health
- You aren’t dealing with untreated health problems (e.g. high blood pressure; diabetes)
- You have a healthy, strong immune system
- You’re a non-smoker
- You aren’t pregnant or planning to become pregnant during your treatment
- You are dedicated to maintaining good oral hygiene
Caring For Your Implants
Another reason people are turning to implant dentistry to replace missing teeth is because implants don’t require unique or specialized care. Implants can be treated just like a real tooth, brushing and flossing them in the same way you do your natural teeth. It’s important that you are brushing twice a day and flossing daily to maintain good oral hygiene.