Dental Implants in Bellevue: Are You A Good Candidate?
By Fine Dental Arts
December 16, 2013
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: Dental Implants     
Dental Implants Bellevue WATooth loss can be caused by many different factors: tooth decay, gum disease, a broken tooth and severe tooth infection. While tooth loss is on the rise, dentists from all over the globe are using the best technology and procedures to combat tooth loss and restore patients’ smiles.
 
Dr. Kianoosh Behshid, Bellevue, WA dentist, sets the standards high at her dental practice, and works hard to restore or replace a tooth. A dental implant is the rising star of restorative procedures, and it is frequently researched on the Internet. Most people want to understand what an implant procedure is and how successful it can be—it has a high success rate. But what about dental implant candidacy? Your Bellevue dentist reveals the characteristics of a good implant candidate.
 

Who is an implant candidate?

 
If you are interested in dental implants, you are a good candidate if you have the following:
  • Healthy gums
  • Sufficient amount of jawbone
  • Good oral health
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Why is good candidacy important?

 
While most people are good candidates, a dentist still needs to determine candidacy by carefully evaluating patients’ health history. Heavy smokers, people with chronic conditions or systemic problems and alcohol or substance abusers need to be examined before discussing an implant as a possibility.
 
Like any procedure, successful treatment is directly related to the body’s reaction. In most cases, the body readily accepts an implant because of the use of biocompatible materials, such as titanium. Pre-existing conditions may affect how the body accepts an implant and heals—it all depends on the extent and severity of a condition.
 
To schedule a consultation with Dr. Behshid regarding dental implants in Bellevue, call her office or submit a request via her website. What questions do you have about implants? Let us know in the comment section!

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