Dental Implants

Dental Implants in Watertown MA

Serving Waltham, Belmont, Watertown, Newton and Cambridge, MA


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Many Americans have missing teeth due to tooth decay, periodontal disease, or injury. Bridges and dentures used to be a popular choice for missing teeth. However, thanks to modern technology, dental implants have become a mainstream procedure. Dental implants improve your appearance but also help with chewing and oral health. They are also durable. With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime. This includes regular brushing, flossing, use of mouthwash and dental cleanings.

Dr. Ray Hanna and the staff here at Watertown Dentistry have expertise and experience with the dental implant procedure.

What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a titanium artificial tooth root.  It preserves the jawbone while allowing the installation of a replacement tooth or bridge. Years ago, special operating rooms were needed for implants. Our office – serving the Massachusetts towns of Watertown, Newton, Waltham, Cambridge and neighboring areas – is equipped to perform these procedures.

Who is eligible?

A lot of people can benefit from the procedure. However, those with bleeding disorders, uncontrolled diabetes, radiation treatment, and intravenous bisphosphonates will not qualify due to potential complications. At your consultation, Dr. Hanna will discuss the health conditions and medical treatments you may have with you.

Is the procedure painful?

Most people state that the pain is mild. Over-the-counter pain medication can help.

Should I consider the procedure?

Contact our dental office in Watertown, MA to schedule a consultation. A proper examination is needed to understand your unique situation. We’ll then review your options to replace the tooth. Different options vary in cost and procedure methods. So, we’ll be sure that your decision best meets your needs.

Call us for more information (617) 600-3442


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