Filling the Gap in Dentistry with the Dental Implants

Are you worried about smiling in public due to your missing teeth?

Are you frustrated with your loose dentures?

Worry no more! We can resolve your problem and make you smile, laugh, talk, and eat heartily again. We provide an upgraded version of dentures, with all the bugs (issues) of the previous version fixed. We offer you the solution of replacing your missing teeth with dental implants. You can’t grow new teeth, but dental implants are the next best thing. Dental implants are inserted into the bone where your teeth used to be, offering you the function and freedom you once enjoyed. Not only are dental implants functional, but they are also attractive. You will be entirely unaware that the dental implants are not your real teeth.

A dental implant is a surgical appliance that is inserted in the jawbone and allowed to attach with the bone for a few months. The dental implant is a substitute for the root of the missing tooth.

Our Top 3 Dental Implants Offering

Single Dental Implants

Single Dental Implants and Bridges

If you have a single missing tooth, we can give you an implant and a crown to replace it. The dental implant will replace both the missing natural tooth and the root of the tooth.

Snap on Dentures

Snap on Dentures

An implant over-denture is a denture in which the denture is anchored by surgically placing implants into the jawbone. The implant provides excellent protection and support to the denture and offers a range of advantages.

All on X

All-On-4 Fixed Dentures

All-on-X is built to optimize the patient's existing jaw capacity, making it possible to eliminate the need for preliminary bone graft operations, minimizing the number of initial appointments.

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Frequently Asked Questions on Dental Implants

What are dental implants made of?

Dental implants are constructed from titanium alloy (similar to hip implants, shoulder implants, and knee implants). Titanium is biocompatible, and titanium allergy is exceptionally uncommon.

How safe are dental implants?

Dental implants have been shown to be useful for patients who are healthy to undergo surgery. They offer a longer-lasting alternative to bridges or dentures and add comparatively more flexibility to the teeth. Patients who smoke suffer from bone loss problems may not be good candidates for dental implants. Dr. Adatrow will provide you professional guidance for choosing the ideal treatment.

Can I get dental implants in one day?

Yes, you can get dental implants done in a single day. Though it sounds magical, it is true!

Can dental implants fail?

The national success rate for an implant is 95%. So, you should select an implant specialist with a success rate more significant than the national average. Dr. Adatrow has experience with implant placement for more than 17 years, with a success rate of 97%. Our patients are immensely satisfied with the results of their treatments. This makes our dental practice one of the highly successful practices in the Memphis and Southhaven areas.

What happens before the dental implant surgery?

The first stage will be the planning stage. At this point, Dr. Adatrow will conduct various examinations. He will visually inspect and assess your mouth, your jaw, and your gums to check whether the implant will be a better option for you.
With the help of CT scans and X-rays, Dr. Adatrow will know if you have adequate jawbone support. He can pinpoint where to place the dental implant. Once these things have been finalized, you and the doctor can now decide on the date of the procedure.

What happens after dental implant surgery?

The healing process is dependent on your bone density and body's healing ability. It can take up to 6 months to fully heal. After the healing period, the dental implant should be unified with the bone. For the dental implants to be successful, try not to put too much force or pressure on the implant site. Do not apply too much stress while healing. Also, strictly follow your dental appointments. Follow-ups are a must!
Visiting your dentist should not stop after the surgery is done. Schedule periodical checks with Dr. Adatrow to see if any infections are hampering the healing process. He will check if the implant has fused with the surrounding bone to assess the success of the surgery.

What are the reasons for dental implant failure?

Common causes for dental implant failure are inadequate bone support, bone loss around the implant (peri-implantitis), and bacterial infections at the site of implant placement due to improper oral hygiene.