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Dental Implant Restorations in Simpsonville

If you are suffering from the loss of one or multiple teeth, dental implants offer a permanent solution. The implant itself is a small piece of titanium, which is surgically implanted into your mouth by a Periodontist and is designed to mimic your natural tooth root.

Once your implant heals, Dr. Cash will design a custom implant-supported restoration that will look and feel just like a natural part of your smile. If you are considering implant surgery in Simpsonville, or you are in need of a high-quality implant restoration, call today to schedule a consultation!


a Fully transformed smile

before and after treatment



What To Expect

The Implant Restoration Process

The implant restoration process begins after you’ve had your implant placed by a Periodontist. Your implant must heal for about 3-6 months before your implant-supported restoration can be placed; this healing period gives your implant time to bond with your natural bone and gum tissue. As you heal, Dr. Cash will work closely with a dental lab to begin creating your custom implant restoration, whether you will be receiving a crown, permanent dental bridge, or a set of implant-supported dentures.

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Benefits of Dental Implants

Restoring your smile with a dental implant is a great long-term option if you’re missing one or more teeth. Dental implants help strengthen and protect your jaw, and they also help prevent common post-tooth loss issues such as teeth shifting towards the empty socket.

Dental implants also have cosmetic benefits. They look and feel completely natural, and they can last a lifetime with proper care, giving you a confident smile for years. If you’re missing one or more teeth and you’re looking for a permanent solution, call us today to schedule a consultation!

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Know Your Options

Am I a Candidate for Implants?

Good candidates for dental implants will have a healthy jaw and strong gum tissue to support the treatment, and you must have a good overall level of oral health. If you would like to learn more about whether an implant-supported restoration is right for you, schedule an appointment with Dr. Cash at our office in Simpsonville. Our office is located at 117 Batesville Road Suite 202, Simpsonville, SC 29681. During your appointment, she will examine your mouth and discuss all of your options for restoring your smile. If implants are a good option for you, Dr. Cash will work with a Periodontist to ensure precise placement of your dental implant for an ideal restoration.


If My Implant Is Failing? 

It’s very rare for the dental implant to fail. The metal post placed in your jaw and gum tissue is very unlikely to loosen or fail unless it doesn’t heal properly. So, in most cases, a “failing implant” is just a failing dental implant restoration. 

If you notice the crown or other restoration attached to your implant is damaged, loose, or otherwise doesn’t look or feel right, you should come and see Dr. Cash right away. She will take a look at the implant restoration and see if it’s damaged. If the damage is minor such as a crown coming loose, she may be able to repair it and leave the original restoration in place.

However, if your implant restoration is worn out, she will have to make a new one. This process is quick, easy, and non-invasive. Using our iTero digital scanner, the dentists in Simpsonville will scan your mouth and your implant. 

Then, we’ll send this information to a lab where your implant restoration will be made. Once the restoration is sent back to our office, you’ll come back to have it placed on your dental implant, completing the replacement procedure.

How long do

dental implants Last?

The metal implant that’s surgically placed into your gums and jaw will never fail as long as it heals properly, and you take good care of your oral health after your treatment. More than 90% of people still have their original implant post after 30+ years. This makes dental implants the best way to permanently restore your smile.

However, dental implant restorations don’t last as long. This makes sense, because like natural teeth, restorations are exposed to lots of stress from biting and chewing. Over time, the restorations may loosen, crack, break, or otherwise fail. In most cases, a dental implant restoration will last 10-15 years. During your six-month appointments at our dental office in Simpsonville, Dr. Cash will check your restorations to make sure they’re in great shape.

How Do I properly Care

for dental implants?

Caring for dental implants is actually very simple, especially for single-tooth implants that use one implant “post” and a dental crown to replace your missing tooth. You can treat single-tooth implants just like a real tooth. Brush and floss the area regularly, maintain a healthy diet, and take other steps to improve your oral health, like quitting smoking and seeing Dr. Cash for a teeth cleaning and oral exam every six months. That’s it!

If you have a more complex dental implant restoration like an implant-supported bridge or implant-supported dentures, you’ll need to take some additional steps to clean the implants and the restoration. For bridges, for example, you will need to use a special brush and a water flosser to clean between the bridge and your gums.

Overall, caring for any type of dental implant restoration is quite easy and convenient. Dr. Cash will provide you with more care instructions after your treatment, and help you understand all the steps you’ll need to take to keep your implant and restorations in great shape.

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