Dental Implants Procedure

A dental implant is a treatment method for providing a good foundation for permanent teeth or replacement for your removable tooth so that it matches your original tooth. There may be variations in the dental implants’ success rate as it depends on the location of the jaw where the implants had been positioned. But, generally speaking, dental implants are known to have up to 98 percent success rate. If proper care is taken, such implants can last for your entire lifetime.
Very often, a dental implant surgery is conducted at a dental clinic. Occasionally, they may be also done at a hospital. Usually local anesthesia is given for such an out-patient procedure. An disjunctive surgical procedure like bone augmentation can be done as a separate procedure or simultaneously with an implant replacement by your dental surgeon.

Staged dental implant

This is the most popular form of conducting a dental implant procedure. In the first stage, the implant is surgically buried to flush with the bone and underneath your gum. This is done to replace your tooth root. During the second stage, the implant is checked to see whether it has been successfully implanted or not. Your dentist in Cary will allow sometime for the gum to heal and then form a collar or a cuff that is used by him to get access to the implant made. The final phase involves positioning the prosthetic teeth or tooth.

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To Our Most Valued Patients:

We will be closed and available for emergency only care until further notice. We must implement new restrictions on patient care. This is based on the latest advice we have received from the Centers for Disease Control, the NM Dental Board and the American Dental Association.

If you have an appointment for non-emergency dental treatment (such as a checkup or cleaning or fillings), the appointment has been canceled, and we will work with you to reschedule. We are now restricting treatment to urgent or emergency care only. If you are having a true dental emergency call us at 575-523-8663 or 575-520-5036

This decision was not easy, but necessary. The health and well-being of our patients and team members are our primary focus.

We regret that we must restrict our patient care this way. We are serving our patients in the safest manner possible by following the advice of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under these difficult circumstances. In doing this, we will safeguard the health and safety of our patients, our team members, and the entire community. Thank you all for your cooperation and understanding during these trying times and we wish you all the best of health.

In Good Health,
Dr. Robert Mabry and Team