Dental Implants in Pomona and Brooklyn, NY
A&R Advanced Dental Group provides dental implants in Pomona. We serve clients from throughout Rockland County, including nearby communities such as West Nyack, Haverstraw, Suffern, New City, Congers, Orangeburg, and Tappan. We also have an office in Brooklyn, NY.
With a success rate of at least 95%, dental implants have become the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. They produce a highly aesthetic smile, and also have a variety of health benefits.
When teeth are missing, jawbone loss occurs. Dental implants replace the tooth roots, reversing this natural process. They will enhance your appearance, and provide a sturdy foundation for natural-looking replacement teeth. You will be able to speak and smile with confidence, and easily eat even tough steaks and corn on the cob.
Meet Our Dental Implant Dentist
Dr. Roman Izmailov has been recognized among the best dental implant specialists in Rockland County,
Dr. Idelchik has been the recipient of numerous awards and merits including:
- Certificate of Merit AAPD Award
- Eleanor Bushee Dental Award
- Dr. Bernard E. Rudner Memorial Award
- Dean Edward G. Kaufman Merit Award
- Selective in Teaching Skills Appreciation Award
- Dean Edward G. Kaufman Award
Our dental implant services include:
A single dental implant is the ideal replacement for a single tooth. With our high-tech tools, we will precisely fit your replacement tooth, ensuring that it blends seamlessly with the adjacent teeth.
We use digital technology to create a precision design and placement guide for your dental implants. We then follow this guide precisely to ensure the proper location, angle, and depth for each dental implant. This increases the safety, accuracy, efficiency, and predictability of your implant placement surgery. It helps to ensure optimal functionality and aesthetics, and helps you understand exactly what to expect.
An implant supported bridge may be the ideal treatment if you are missing three or more teeth in a row. We do not need to remove healthy tooth structure from the adjacent teeth as we would with a traditional bridge. Instead, we can anchor the bridge on strong, durable dental implants for maximum functionality, aesthetics, and longevity.
Dentures have long been the most popular option for replacing most or all of the teeth. However, they can be bulky and prone to slipping. Just two dental implants can stabilize a removable “snap on” denture, while just a handful can support a complete, fixed set of replacement teeth on the upper or lower arch.
The Benefits and Importance of Dental Implants
If you want to learn even more about why dental implants are the modern treatment of choice for missing teeth, take a look at the link below.
If you are interested in dental implants, please call 845-364-9400 (Pomona) or 718-376-1666 (Brooklyn) to schedule your appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Implants
Can you get dental implants years after extraction?
Yes, you can get dental implants even if it has been several years—or even decades—since your teeth were extracted. Many patients choose to get dental implants after years of discomfort with traditional dentures. If your teeth have been missing for some time, we will need to ensure that you have sufficient bone mass in your jaw to support your dental implants; if not, supplementary procedures may be needed. Other than this, there is no reason that waiting years to get dental implants would impact your eligibility for the dental implant restorations.
What happens if you don’t have enough bone for dental implants?
When there is not enough bone in the jaw to support dental implants, there are a few possible options. There are some dental implant restorations that require less support than traditional dental implants—you may be a candidate for one of these solutions. Otherwise, we can use bone grafting and/or a sinus lift to augment your jawbone before dental implant surgery.
How much do dental implants cost?
The cost of dental implants depends on the type of dental implant you’re getting, the type of restoration that will be attached to it, and any supplementary procedures, if needed. With so many factors at play, there simply isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to cost. During your consultation with us, we will provide you detailed pricing for your specific situation.
How painful is getting a dental implant?
Getting dental implants is not painful at all—you will be given local anesthetic injections to ensure that you’re comfortable throughout the procedure. You may feel some pressure and movement, but not pain. In the hours and days after the surgery, you’re likely to experience some tenderness at the surgical site, but this can usually be alleviated with cold compresses, over-the-counter pain relievers, and a soft food diet.
How long does it take for dental implants to heal?
Your soft tissue (gums) should heal within two weeks of your dental implant surgery, but the healing that takes place beneath your gums requires more time. Osseointegration, or the process in which your bone and your implants fuse together, can take up to six months. Once this occurs, your dental implants will have the same stability as your natural teeth.
Are dental implants worth it?
Yes, dental implants are worth it—just ask our patients! Dental implants are the most natural solution for missing teeth. They’re more comfortable and stable than dentures and they’re easy to care for. You’ll never have to worry about them slipping, impacting your speech, or irritating your gums. In fact, after a while, you’ll probably forget that you even have dental implants at all.