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IMPLANT RESTORATIONS

If you lost one or more teeth or have dentures and you’re ready for a permanent solution, consider dental implant restoration from Montee & Montee dental in Nashville. Replacing missing teeth can improve a patient’s self-esteem, the way they chew and how they talk.

Losing permanent teeth due to an accident, aging, or periodontal disease can be difficult, but with dental implants you can get back the beautiful smile you’ve always wanted. If you are ready for a permanent solution contact Montee & Montee Dental, Nashville.

Dental Implant Restorations facts:

Durable – the implant fuses to the bone making implants the most durable tooth replacement option
Long-Lasting – Implants can last a lifetime if properly maintained
Healthy Oral Solution – Implants don’t require reduction of bordering teeth
Natural Looking – Implants are designed to look like natural teeth
Improve Appearance and Restore Confidence

The Dental Implant Restoration Process:

The dental implants take the place of the old root in the jaw bone.
Over the next 2-6 months the implant fuses to the bone becoming an anchor for the artificial tooth.
The next step is to design the new replacement tooth. Once ready, the new tooth is attached to the dental implant, and the patient will be able to chew and speak normally.
When a patient loses several teeth, an implant supported bridge can be created to replace the missing teeth.

Dr. Stan Montee of Nashville, TN earned Fellowship status in The International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) on October 28, 2015.

The awarding of the Fellowship status is an honor which a professional society such as the ICOI bestows on a dental professional involved in dental implant treatment. The ICOI has a Fellowship program in which active members are encouraged to achieve Fellowship status through their efforts in education, research and actual clinical experience. All Fellows of the ICOI may choose to list the designation “FICOI” after their names.