Dental Implant Placement

Main Street Dentistry

Welcome to the world of dental implant placement, where modern dentistry merges with advanced technology to provide you with a transformative solution for missing teeth. Imagine restoring your smile, regaining your confidence, and enjoying the freedom to eat, speak, and laugh without hesitation. Dental implants are the answer, and we are here to guide you on this incredible journey. Main Street Dental is dedicated to providing exceptional dental care, including advanced dental implant placement procedures. Our experienced team of dental professionals, led by Dr. Imad Sabbagh and Dr. Humam Salahieh, is committed to helping patients restore their smiles and regain confidence by placing dental implants in Alpharetta, GA.


What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are state-of-the-art tooth replacement options that mimic your teeth’ natural structure and function. Small titanium posts are surgically placed into the jawbone to serve as sturdy anchors for artificial teeth or dental prosthetics.\


The Dental Implant Placement Process

At Main Street Dental, we offer a comprehensive and personalized approach to dental implant placement. Our team will guide you through the process, ensuring your comfort and satisfaction at every step. 


Here is a general overview of the dental implant placement process:


  1. Initial Consultation:

    During your first visit, our dental team will thoroughly examine your oral health and discuss your specific dental needs and goals. This assessment helps determine if you are a suitable candidate for dental implants. We may also take X-rays or 3D scans to evaluate your jawbone and plan the implant placement.
  2. Treatment Planning:

    Once we establish that dental implants are viable for you, we will create a customized treatment plan tailored to your unique circumstances. This plan will include the number of implants needed, the type of restoration (such as crowns, bridges, or dentures), and the timeline for the procedure.
  3. Implant Placement:

    The next phase involves the surgical placement of the dental implants. Placement is typically performed under local anesthesia to ensure comfort during the procedure. Our skilled dentists will precisely position the implants in the jawbone, allowing optimal stability and integration with the surrounding bone tissue.
  4. Healing and Osseointegration:

    After implant placement, a healing period is necessary for the implants to fuse with the jawbone through osseointegration. This integration provides a strong foundation for prosthetic teeth. The duration of this healing phase may vary depending on individual healing capabilities and the quality of the bone.
  5. Restorative Phase:

    We will proceed with the restorative phase once the implants have fully integrated with the jawbone. This phase involves attaching the abutments (connecting pieces) to the implants, supporting the final dental restorations.
  6. Final Restoration:

    The final step is the placement of custom-made dental prosthetics. These can include crowns, bridges, or implant-supported dentures. We will ensure that the restorations are crafted to match your natural teeth’ shape, size, and color, providing a seamless and natural-looking result.


How Long Does the Dental Implant Placement Process Take?

The dental implant placement process can vary depending on individual circumstances. After the initial implant placement surgery, a healing period of several months is typically needed for osseointegration, the process by which the implants fuse with the jawbone. The overall treatment timeline may range from a few months to a year, depending on the number of implants, the need for additional procedures, and individual healing capabilities.


Are There Potential Risks or Complications With Dental Implant Placement?

While dental implant placement is generally a safe and successful procedure, as with any surgical intervention, there are potential risks and complications. These can include infection, implant failure, nerve injury, or sinus problems (in the case of upper jaw implants). However, these risks are relatively rare, and your dental professional will take all necessary precautions to minimize them.


Is the Dental Implant Placement Procedure Painful?

The dental implant placement procedure is generally performed under local anesthesia, ensuring the treatment area is numb and minimizing discomfort. Patients may experience mild soreness or swelling following the surgery, but you can manage it with over-the-counter pain medications and cold compresses.


Dental Implant Placement in Alpharetta

If you are considering dental implant placement in Alpharetta, GA, Main Street Dental is here to provide exceptional care and results. Our experienced team, led by Dr. Imad Sabbagh and Dr. Humam Salahieh, will guide you through the process, ensuring your comfort and satisfaction at every step. Contact us today to schedule your dental implant consultation and take the first step toward restoring your smile and oral health.