Woman smiling holding a tootbrush.Dental implants are common place when performing a tooth restoration without the use of bridges. The process requires a couple of visits to achieve. It starts with the insertion of a precision crafted titanium threaded piece into the opening left behind my the missing tooth. Once the implant has had the opportunity to properly anchor to the jaw bone, another visit is required. This second visit is where the dental implant, or crown, is attached to the implant device.

Andrew Adelson, DDS, specializes in such procedures, helping you with that perfect smile.


Q: What is an Implant?

A: A dental implant is a supporting device used in restorations. These “root” devices are typically made of titanium and is attached the jaw bone at the site of the missing tooth. It is through this implant device that the dental implant is held in place.