NYC Smile Spa - In-House Dental Implant Placement

The BEST tooth replacement option, hands down

If you are missing one or more teeth, you may be on the fence about whether or not to replace them. Perhaps you’ve been living with a missing tooth in the back of your mouth for a long time and have recently noticed a change in your bite or the surrounding teeth. The fact is that missing teeth can have a negative impact on your oral health, even if the rest of your teeth are perfectly healthy. We always recommend replacing missing teeth to prevent further oral health issues down the line.

When your natural teeth are missing, many problems can occur. The remaining teeth can shift or rotate and change the way you bite. Spaces and gaps can cause embarrassment, problems with speech, or difficulty chewing. Additionally, when a tooth is missing, the jawbone that once supported it no longer receives the stimulation it needs to stay healthy and will eventually begin to deteriorate, in turn causing other teeth to become loose and eventually fall out.

There is only one tooth replacement option that permanently restores missing teeth and prevents bone loss—Dental Implants.

Dental implants are titanium cylinders surgically placed in the jawbone where the original tooth or teeth once were. These root-like cylinders are used to secure replacement teeth (typically a crown or dentures) in the jawbone and are as close as possible to having your natural teeth.

Dental implants can be used to:

  • replace a single tooth, avoiding the need to alter or grind down adjacent teeth to anchor a permanent dental bridge;
  • replace multiple teeth, using a permanent dental bridge built on several implants, again avoiding the involvement of the remaining natural teeth;
  • provide stability for complete or partial dentures, eliminating the uncomfortable moving and clicking often associated with removable dentures.

Missing teeth are a serious issue and should not be ignored. Fortunately, we have ways to replace them and restore your smile to its former function and beauty. Call our office today to schedule a consultation to see if dental implants are right for you.

Why Choose Full Arch Dental Implants

A full arch dental implant bridge is a proven, reliable solution for patients who want and need a fixed (non-removable) restoration. Whether you presently wear dentures, partial dentures, or are missing multiple teeth and your remaining teeth are in ill-repair, a full mouth restoration can give you a new start with your oral health.

Dr. Krochak’s training and expertise in providing full-mouth restorations has given his patients renewed self-confidence, with new smiles to be proud of. The ability to eat comfortably, smile again, and speak confidently quickly increases the quality of life for these patients.

The unique proven technology creates predictable and beautiful new smiles in significantly less time than previously available. In addition, the efficiency and consistency of the process has made these restorations significantly more affordable than prior systems. So, if you’ve spent endless amounts of time and money fixing your teeth one problem at a time and have little to show for it, you can get a fresh start and a permanent solution to your dental problems with Full Arch Dental Implants. Call us today at (646) 374-2242 for a consultation.

Advanced Dental Implant Full-Mouth Bridge Specialty Laboratory

State-of-the-Art Technology Meets World Class Craftsmanship

Dental Implant restorations are created right here in the U.S.A. with precision technology and craftsmanship, ensuring an authentic solution that gives our patients the healthy mouth and beautiful teeth they’ve been longing for. The newfound comfort, renewed confidence, and ease of maintenance you’ll enjoy with Dental Implants will transform your quality of life for many years to come.

The Benefits of a Dental Implant Bridge

  • Leave with new, natural-looking teeth the same day
  • Permanently fixed and function like real teeth
  • Cost-effective solution with durable, biocompatible titanium construction
  • The success rate is 95% for healthy, functioning implants lasting 10+ years
  • Final definitive restoration is achieved in as little as two weeks

Did you know there are different types of dental implants?

all implant denture types, Full, Multiple Teeth, and single implant

Which one is right for you?

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Single-Tooth Implants

Missing a tooth and wondering if there is a permanent solution that looks and functions just like a natural tooth? A single implant could be the answer. Once placed, the implant can be covered with a porcelain crown so that no one can tell it’s not your natural tooth.

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Multiple-Tooth Implants

Are you missing more than one tooth? If your mouth is pretty healthy in general, but you’re missing two or more teeth, you might think about getting multiple dental implants. Just like with single-tooth implants, once they are placed, they can be covered with crowns that blend in perfectly, leaving your other healthy teeth untouched and intact.

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Full-Mouth Implants

Are dentures causing you discomfort and inconvenience? Full-mouth implant restoration might be right for you. With just a few strategically placed implants supporting an entire row of teeth, you’ll be eating your favorite foods again in no time. Full-mouth implants can give you back the freedom to eat, laugh, and smile with absolute confidence.

Our team is here for you

At NYC Smile Spa, exceptional dental care is a team effort

They say two heads are better than one. We say three heads are even better than that! Each of our highly trained dentists has a unique perspective and experience, which allows NYC Smile Spa to offer everything a patient needs under one roof. Separately, our doctors are each accomplished dental care experts. Together, they form an impressive team with an unmatched set of skills to benefit our patients.

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We always welcome new patients at NYC Smile Spa, and we pride ourselves on building lasting relationships. Our goal is to help you achieve a lifetime of excellent oral health!