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Hybrid Dental Implants Charlotte NC


Dental implants are usually the best solution for patients with tooth loss.

Not only are they stable, secure, and permanent, but they also appear completely natural.

However, if you’re missing all of your top and bottom teeth due to unforeseen or unfavorable circumstances, you need a different treatment solution.

Getting an implant for each tooth would be very costly, time-consuming, and, of course, frustrating.

In that case, you may be a good candidate for hybrid implants. Call Greater Charlotte Oral and Facial Surgery today to schedule an appointment!

What Is A Hybrid Dental Implant?


Hybrid dental implants comprise two main components: an implant and a prosthetic dental crown.

The implants are found in groups of four and are fused into their respective place with multiple titanium posts connected to the jaw for a permanent solution to missing teeth.

Like with implants, the prosthetic crown is constructed with different materials to match your natural tooth shape and appearance and is then secured on top of your mouth with the metal posts.

Difference Between Traditional And Hybrid Dental Implants


It is important to know the differences and pros and cons of choosing between traditional or hybrid implants.

Aesthetics


Traditional dental implants are generally fabricated with porcelain and acrylic for enhanced durability and to mimic the look of your natural teeth, as compared to dentures.

Hybrid implants provide an extensive variety of materials, such as quality titanium, acrylic, and zirconia, all options offering various benefits and different levels of durability. Hybrid implants are also constructed to fit your teeth and match your natural look.

Amir Marashi, MD, DDS, FACS discussing dental implants and shaking hands with patient at Greater Charlotte Oral and Facial Surgery in Charlotte, NC.

Durability and Comfort


Both traditional and hybrid dental implants have a similar installation process, each featuring a titanium metal post that’s fused with the jawbone.

However, while traditional implants are fixed and designed mainly for individual teeth, hybrid implants utilize multiple titanium posts to secure sections new teeth or entire rows of teeth.

Either way, dental and hybrid implants can last between at least 10 to 15 years with regular dental checkups and proper maintenance.

Overall Health


Both traditional and hybrid dental implants provide a permanent tooth replacement solution.

Once the titanium post fuses with the jaw (osseointegration), a prosthetic tooth, similar in function to your natural ones, will be secured three to six months later.

Implants, in general, help prevent further tooth and bone loss by securing the jawbone and providing it with the stimulation it needs to grow.

A 3D rendering of a Hybrid dental implant bridge replacing the entire lower row of teeth Greater Charlotte Oral and Facial Surgery in Charlotte, NC

Caring For Your New Smile


Just like with your normal teeth, food can often get behind your implants.

Therefore, it is important to brush and clean your teeth and gums regularly, as recommended by your dentist.


Hybrid Dental Implants in Charlotte NC


Patients who choose hybrid dental implants as their tooth replacement solution can put their trust in Greater Charlotte Oral and Facial Surgery

For more patient information, questions, or to schedule an appointment at one of our locations, contact us at (980) 332-7990.

Pineville

10042 Park Cedar Dr, Suite B
Charlotte, NC 28210

Gastonia

527 S New Hope Rd
Gastonia, NC 28054

Steele Creek

10935 Winds Crossing Dr, Suite 400
Charlotte, NC 28273


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Getting an implant for each tooth would be very costly, time-consuming, and frustrating. In that case, hybrid implants are an excellent solution. Call today!
Greater Charlotte Oral and Facial Surgery, 10935 Winds Crossing Dr. Suite 400, Charlotte, NC 28273, (980) 332-7990, greatercharlotteoralsurgery.com, 2/15/2024, Related Terms: oral surgeon Charlotte NC,