Dental Implants in Kendall, FL
Enjoy a Natural Looking, Functional, & Healthy Smile Once Again
When it comes to your smile, implants may be the next best thing to your natural teeth.
Dental implants are known to:
Contact us to see if you’re a candidate for dental implants in Miami, FL.
Let Us Help Improve Your Quality of Life with Dental Implants!
Among the most important reasons dental implants are preferred by Dr. Cascante over any other option is their ability to preserve bone. When a tooth is lost, the jaw bone lacks the support it needs from the missing tooth root to stay strong and healthy. Over time, this causes bone re-absorption. In other words, the bone will begin to break down and deteriorate. This is what leads many denture-wearers to experience a “sunken” appearance in their face, particularly in the area of their cheekbones. Missing teeth have also been linked to health complications such as heart disease, stroke, and certain cancers. Because dental implants are direct replacements for tooth roots, bone in the jaw maintains the support it needs to provide a beautiful, healthy restoration for a lifetime.
Many of our patients tell us how life-changing dental implants have been for them! If you have one or more missing teeth and are currently considering your options for tooth replacement, we encourage you to discuss dental implants with our Miami dentist. Call Advanced Center for Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry to schedule your appointment today!
The many advantages of dental implants include:
‘‘Dr. Cascante and his entire staff are amazing. They truly go above and beyond to address all your concerns. Thank you.’’
- Jesus T., Actual Patient
What Makes Our Dental Implants More Reliable?
Want to avoid complications and achieve long-lasting success with your dental implant? Then choose our Miami dentist, Dr. Oscar Cascante.
He utilizes a CBCT scanner, which produces a 3D image of your smile. It shows your teeth, bone, sinuses, nerves, and more all at once. This helps Dr. Cascante determine the precise placement for the implant post for the best outcome.
Here’s an overview of the process:
The result? A durable, natural-looking smile!