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Dental Implants

Losing a permanent tooth is no fun — the gap is unsightly and can put stress on surrounding teeth. But with today’s modern materials, Royal Oak tooth replacements can look and feel just like natural teeth. For many people who have lost teeth, our dental implants have provided them with a wonderfully renewed smile!

The Dental Implant Surgery Process

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Dental implants are pieces of titanium that are attached to the jawbone through oral surgery. After a dental implant has been placed with dental implant surgery, an abutment is attached to it that will either replace a single tooth or anchor a dental bridge. The abutment part of the dental implant is created to perfectly match the rest of your teeth.

Dental Implant Repair
Unfortunately, much like natural teeth, dental implants can become damaged. If you have received a dental implant and you are now unsatisfied with the appearance of your dental implant, Royal Oak Dental Group can restore your replacement tooth so that it blends in perfectly with the rest of your teeth.

Learn more about dental implants and how they can improve the appearance and health of your smile. Call us today to set up your appointment for a cosmetic gum treatment consultation with Royal Oak Dental Group. To see past smile makeovers, take a look at our cosmetic dentistry pictures!

Royal Oak Dental Group is proud to serve patients in Apex, Durham, Chapel Hill, North Raleigh, Wake Forest, Morrisville, Holly Springs, Garner, Fuquay-Varina, Wendell and Knightdale.

We can help you find a solution to your dental problem. Royal Oak Dental Group’s dental offices are located in Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill and Siler City.

 

IMPLANT: IN-1-STEP, ANTERIOR

Royal Oak Dental Group is proud to provide a full scope of dental health services to patients from Raleigh, Cary, Siler City, Chapel Hill, Durham, North Hills, Wake Forest, Garner, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Knightdale, Wendell and Morrisville, NC, as well as the greater Triangle area.
Click Here: COVID-19 & Office Updates

Dear Patient:
 
We hope this message finds you safe and healthy as we all collectively do our best to navigate the COVID-19 health crisis. Thank you for your patience and understanding throughout these challenging times. Because the health and safety of our patients and community is paramount, it has been necessary to limit our patient care to urgent and emergency care over these last few months.

As we have closely followed recommendations from the North Carolina Dental Board, CDC, and other reputable health organizations, we recognize the importance of regional-specific guidance based on the most comprehensive, accurate, and current scientific literature and data available. While community guidelines may continue to evolve, we must continue to make our treatment decisions based on the best knowledge available. It is our job to help improve the health of our patients by approaching comprehensive dental treatment PROACTIVELY, not just reacting after the compromise has become irreversible in nature.

With this in mind, we have made the decision to safely reopen our doors to ALL PATIENTS beginning Monday, May 11th. This means routine dental care, such as cleanings and simple restorations, will resume. When you come to our office you will notice the following elevated measures and precautions that we believe are necessary to maintain until we emerge from this COVID-19 environment (and likely thereafter):  

  • Sanitation stations in the front desk/waiting area
  • Anti-microbial Hydrogen Peroxide mouth rinses before the start of each appointment
  • Hi-Evacuation suction for hygiene appointments to minimize cavitron-related aerosols
  • Patient entrance doors will remain open to reduce contact 
  • Mandatory pre-screening questionnaire over the phone when appointments are confirmed and upon arrival to the office, in addition to temperature checks of ALL STAFF and PATIENTS
  • Patients will wait in their vehicles until their appointment begins
  • Limited access to patient waiting areas and operatories whenever possible (e.g. restricted to patients, parents of young children, translators, service animals, special needs assistance, etc.)
  • Enhanced social distancing measures throughout the office 

This is not the first crisis that we have endured as a state or as a nation, and we look forward to overcoming this event better, stronger and more resilient than ever before. We cannot thank you enough for trusting us with your oral health. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns, and let us know if there is anything we can do to better serve you.
 
Sincerely,
Royal Oak Dental Group