Ridgetop Dental conveniently provides full services for the placement of your dental implants. In-house dental implants help streamline the implant procedure. Our dental care team handles all aspects of treatments. Patients enjoy completing their treatment from the convenience of our Reston, VA dentist office without the need for additional specialists. Dr. Datta Malyavantham will monitor your entire dental implant treatment plan for consistent and quality dental care. From treatment planning to your final restoration, our in-house dental care team has you covered.
The Dental Implant Procedure
Dr. Datta will perform a thorough evaluation of your dental health and discuss your cosmetic goals. He will inspect your teeth, gums, and mouth to determine if dental implants are right for you. After a comprehensive evaluation, Reston, VA dentist Dr. Datta will create a personalized dental implant treatment plan. The type of dental implants you receive will depend on the number and location of your missing teeth and your oral health. The dental implant procedure requires multiple visits over several months.
Surgical Implantation – On the day of your surgery, Dr. Datta will surgically implant your dental implant(s). A dental implant is made up of a bio-compatible titanium material and will serve as the tooth root substitute. The dental implants will provide a sturdy, stable, and reliable tooth replacement that will last. It is important to be in the best health so that the implant can heal properly. If a tooth extraction is needed, he will perform that first. The healing process can take anywhere from 3 to 6 months.
Restoring the Dental Implant – While the dental implant is healing, your dental crown, denture, or dental bridge will be fabricated at a dental laboratory according to Dr. Datta’s specifications. After your restoration is ready and the implant post(s) have fully fused with your jaw bone, your Reston, VA dentist will secure the dental restoration. Dr. Datta will attach an abutment to the implant post. The abutment protrudes from the gum line and acts as an anchor for the dental restoration. The final restoration is then locked into the abutment for a permanent restoration.