All of Your Dental Implant Needs Under One Roof
We are your one-stop shop for all dental implant needs and services. Located in Bayside, NY, our implant dentist offers several solutions to missing teeth, including mini implants and "teeth in a day" —- all under one roof.
We can offer a variety of dental implant services at our office because, in the past ten years, Dr. Bram completed extensive education in different areas of dentistry. For instance, in the past two years, Dr. Bram completed over 300 hours of continuing education in implant dentistry and implant surgery.
Now there’s no need to run all over town to get the treatment you need. We offer conventional dental implants, teeth in a day, and mini implants.
? Why Dental Implants?
Dental Implants are an effective and long-lasting solution for missing teeth or teeth damaged by trauma, disease, or decay. Unlike removable dentures, implants maintain bone structure and prevent low bone density.
Dental implants are also designed to last a lifetime. No messy adhesives, no slipping and no replacements!
The Dental Implant Procedure
Dr. Bram will first evaluate your teeth and bone structure to determine the best treatment plan. Evaluation may include CT scans, 3D imaging, X-rays, photographs, and teeth impressions.
During surgery, the implant will be embedded in the bone and a replacement tooth will cover the post. Sometimes the implant and the crown are placed on the same day.
Every implant procedure is supervised by our specialized implant dentist, so you can expect exceptional results and a truly comfortable experience.
? What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are small titanium posts that serve as artificial tooth roots for one or several missing teeth. Implants are long-lasting solutions to missing teeth.
Implant placement is relatively simple: the oral surgeon places an implant on the site missing a tooth and waits for the gums to heal and the post to fuse with your jawbone. Once healing is complete, the abutment is attached to the implant. The crown that will cover the post is then created in the dental lab and cemented onto the abutment.