Dental Implants

Comprehensive, Dedicated Dental Services in Waldwick by Dr. Tara Pette
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Dental Implants

Unlike traditional dentures, dental implants provide a permanent and secure foundation for replacement teeth, seamlessly blending with your natural smile. Through a surgical procedure, titanium posts are securely anchored into the jawbone, offering stability and preventing bone loss commonly associated with missing teeth. Experience the joy of a fully restored smile with dental implants – the innovative solution that not only enhances aesthetics but also promotes long-term oral health.

Why choose Us

Permanent Tooth Replacement:
Dental Implants are a revolutionary solution for replacing missing teeth. Unlike traditional dentures or bridges, implants provide a permanent and stable foundation, mimicking the look, feel, and function of natural teeth.

Expert Implant Dentists:
Trust your smile to our team of skilled implant dentists who possess a wealth of experience in implantology. We leverage the latest advancements in dental technology to ensure precise placement and optimal results, restoring both the aesthetics and functionality of your smile.

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What to expect

At A Perfect Smile Dental Arts, our team of dental professionals use CBCT scanning to ensure you get the best care we can provide. 

CBCT scanning, also known as cone beam computed tomography, allows our dentists to get an in-depth view of your mouth and jaw giving us the edge when diagnosing and treating your smile. The scanner rotates around you, capturing data using a cone-shaped x-ray.  In less than a minute, about 150-200 images are captured from a variety of angles. The data captured are used to reconstruct a 3D image.  3-D imaging is effective for diagnosing and evaluating dental conditions as well as planning treatments.  The more information we have, the easier it is to make the best treatment decisions for our patients.