At Monadnock Perio and Implant Center, we know how embarrassing it can be to lose one or more teeth. We are also aware of how it can impact one’s oral health, especially when it comes to proper function and the loss of bone. With dental implants, patients can not only replace missing teeth but do so in a way that maintains the natural bone structure and offers a solution that looks and functions like a natural tooth once did. Dental implants are perfect for Keene, NH patients ready for permanent change!

What is a dental implant?

Our team describes the implant as a specialized dental post used to act as an artificial tooth root. These implants are made of titanium, white zirconia or combination of both that are biocompatible and can last a long time. Patients will have the implant placed in their tip of the jaw bone where a tooth is missing, and the process of osseointegration will allow for bone to grow around the implant to hold it firm in place. Once osseointegration has occurred, and the area is healed, the implant can be mounted with a crown, bridge, or denture.

Dr. Kwon Explains Basic Implant Therapy – Monadnock Perio & Implant Center

Dr. Kwon Explains Basic Implant Therapy - Monadnock Perio & Implant Center
0910 – Monadnock Perio & Implant Center – Dr Tae Kwon – Implant explanation

Why choose dental implants?

Dental implants are extremely popular for several reasons. They are:

  • A quality investment in a beautiful and healthy smile
  • Excellent at maintaining bone and save it from bone resorption
  • More robust than any other tooth replacement option on the market
  • Biocompatible with the body, reducing the risk of infection
  • Highly successful, with a 98% success rate when placed by a trained professional
  • Natural-looking
  • Easy to care for
  • Long-lasting when properly maintained

Learn more about dental implants

Please connect with Drs. Tae Kwon and Rahul Tase of Monadnock Perio and Implant Center to discuss their needs. Our board-certified periodontists are available to new and established patients who call (603) 215-5800 and visit the practice at 819 Court Street, Unit A. Let us help you restore your smile with one of the most popular treatment options available in dentistry today!