Implant Restorations in Naples, FL

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Dental implants are metal posts typically made of titanium that are surgically placed in your gums and jawbone to replace the natural tooth root. These posts provide support for custom dental crowns, bridges, or dentures for a restoration that functions and looks like natural teeth. Dental implants enhance oral health, natural function, and the look of your smile. Dr. Junée F. Gardy provides implant restorations in Naples, FL if you have an existing dental implant that is no longer working as it should or has become damaged. Call Junée F. Gardy DDS, PA today to schedule an appointment if you are in need of implant restoration.


What are the Benefits of Dental Implant Restoration?

Dental implants and attached restorations help to preserve the structural integrity of the mouth and the function of the teeth and other oral structures. As such, these potential benefits of restoring a compromised implant or restoration can be quite compelling:

  • Allows patients to eat, chew, laugh, and talk with confidence again
  • Relieves discomfort associated with a damaged implant or restoration
  • Helps preserve bone and soft tissue by taking the place of a natural tooth root
  • Prevents further damage and worsening complications

Who is a Candidate for Implant Restoration?

Any patient who has sustained damage to their implant, whether due to injury, trauma, infection, or age/time, may be eligible for implant restoration and repair. For an implant to be replaced or repaired successfully, it is important that the patient’s oral and dental health is intact and that they have healthy bone material and gum tissues. Prior to beginning implant restoration treatment, a thorough assessment will be conducted, and any issues identified during the evaluation will be addressed before treatment is undertaken.

When you arrive at our Naples, FL practice for your initial consultation, Dr. Gardy will examine the condition of your dental implant, jawbone, and overall oral health. X-rays may be taken as well to identify the source of the damage if there is an underlying concern. If the damage is due to decay or periodontal (gum) disease, she will create a customized treatment plan to heal the area before placing a new implant. If your implant is loose, cracked, or broken, we may need to replace it and provide a new restoration. Our team will educate you about the damage, what treatments you have available, and schedule follow-up appointments as necessary.

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Individuals who have this operation could have minor inflammation, discoloration, and discomfort close to the impacted area. Physician-provided or nonprescription pain meds and cold compresses may help address any post-surgery aches or pains. Once the metal implant has fused with the jaw and the personal restoration is placed, it's necessary to follow a good oral care routine with efficient tooth brushing and flossing techniques. When patients visit Junée F. Gardy DDS, PA for their regular dental visits, Dr. Gardy will employ advanced dental instruments to clean theiroral implants and monitor the function of their tooth replacements.

An implant restoration is an important procedure used to fix or replace a broken dental implant. Dr. Gardy understands that injuries, complications, and other situations happen that may cause damage to an existing implant. By scheduling an appointment with our Naples, FL office, our team can evaluate the condition of your restoration before determining how we can help you achieve a fully restored, natural smile.



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How long does the dental implant process take?
The process of getting dental implants and a permanent restoration can take several months, as it involves a few steps. After your initial consultation at our Naples, FL office, Dr. Gardy will perform the implant surgery, which may last a few hours. Then, the implant must fuse with the bone over the next several months before the final restoration can be placed. Overall, the entire process can take anywhere from 3 – 9 months.
What should I eat after dental implant surgery?
For the first week or two following dental implant surgery, you will probably be asked by Dr. Gardy and her team to stick to a soft diet. Smoothies, protein shakes, and mashed potatoes are possible options without sacrificing healthy nutrition. Patients who heal well in the days following the surgery may be able to have foods that don’t need much chewing, like noodles. In the subsequent weeks, you may be able to return to consuming chewy and crunchy foods, but you should verify with our office that you are healing sufficiently and that your favorite food won’t compromise your results.
Is dental implant surgery risky?
No. Dental implants have a very high success rate, with most studies reporting a success rate of over 95%.
*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.