Whether patients have lost teeth from decay, disease, or extraction, our professionals at Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry understand how frustrating it can be to make a decision in regards to replacing these teeth. Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello provide patients with a myriad of options that can be used for smile enhancement, including the most desirable option of dental implants.
With tooth loss comes a change in one’s aesthetic appearance as well as their ability to eat and speak. If left unaddressed, it can also result in bone loss as the bone shrinks, causing existing teeth to become loose. By using restorations such as dental implants, patients can restore the function and beauty of their smile, while also maintaining their bone. This is because dental implants are placed into the bone of the jaw during oral surgery and stimulate bone growth through a process called osseointegration. Osseointegration allows the bone to wrap around the implant and give it a sturdy foundation for proper functionality and improved integration into the smile. Unlike other restorations, such as bridges and dentures, which can result in bone loss, dental implants can improve the bone while also providing a stable replacement.
Dental implants are versatile, and the way in which they are restored depends on the way they are being used. Patients may use a dental implant to replace a single tooth, during which the implant will be restored with a dental crown over the abutment. If patients are using the dental implant to anchor one or both ends of a dental bridge, they may be used in this manner as well. Some patients have dental implants placed along the dental arch to hold a full denture, ensuring stability and strength when compared to the use of natural suction or dental adhesives.
Dental implants are one of several tooth restoration treatments available at Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry. Contact our professionals, Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello, today to discuss dental implants and other alternatives by calling (561) 627-9000 to schedule your appointment. We are conveniently located at 5602 PGA Boulevard, Suite #201 in the Palm Beach Gardens, FL area.
At Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry, patients in the community of Palm Beach Gardens, FL can seek assistance in improving the appearance of their smile with cosmetic dentistry. Cosmetic dentistry is a special field of dental work that focuses on the aesthetics of the teeth and gums and may include enhancement options such as the fabrication and placement of porcelain veneers.
Porcelain veneers are best described by Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello as ceramic facings that are custom-made to bond over the front of a natural tooth to cover an imperfection that is impacting the appearance of the smile. These veneers are made to look just like the natural tooth and are often bonded on the teeth near the front of the mouth. These are the teeth that are most noticeable when patients speak, laugh, and smile with others. Porcelain veneers are incredibly popular for covering common issues such as:
• Misaligned teeth
• Permanently stained teeth
• Broken or chipped teeth
• Unusually shaped teeth
• Gaps between teeth
Before moving forward with the use of porcelain veneers, patients will first book a consultation visit with their dentist to determine if they are appropriate candidates. The best candidates for porcelain veneers are patients who have an otherwise healthy smile and want to address an imperfection on the anterior teeth. Once patients have chosen porcelain veneers as their restoration, they will undergo preparations. These preparations include filing down the front of the tooth before taking impressions. These impressions are sent to a dental laboratory so the ceramist can fabricate the new veneer and return it to the dental office for bonding in place.
Contact Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry today to book your consultation appointment with Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello to discuss your options for improving the appearance of the smile. The office is located at 5602 PGA Boulevard Suite #201 and can be reached by phone at (561) 627-9000. We accept new and existing patients into our facility for comprehensive dental care.
With missing teeth, many patients are worried about the appearance of their smile, as well as its functionality. It is essential that patients take pride in their smile and work with a dentist to immediately replace these teeth whenever possible. This eliminates problems such as shifting arches and lost bone. Many patients in the area of Palm Beach Gardens, FL are excited to learn about solutions that can replace one or more teeth, including dentures.
Dentures are removable restorations that are used to replace teeth. When patients think of dentures, they sometimes remember their grandparents’ false teeth. They may think of dentures as a problematic solution to missing teeth. Fortunately, dentures have come a long way over the years, and now patients can visit with the dentists at Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry to discuss their options. Dentures include two varieties including partial and full dentures.
Partial dentures are restorations that are used in replacing one or several teeth at once. The restoration is made of acrylic and metal framework and snaps into place within the arch. It uses false teeth that slide into the arch to replace the missing ones, completing the appearance of the smile and improving functionality for eating and speaking.
Patients who have lost all their teeth within the dental arch will want to consider the advantages of full dentures. These are restorations that include false teeth and gums made of acrylic. These are held in place with natural suction, denture glue, or even the use of several dental implants along the arch. Full dentures are the most effective way of replacing all the teeth within the smile and look completely natural, as they are custom made for patients.
Consider calling the team at Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry to discuss your options! If you live in the Palm Beach Gardens, FL community and are interested in dentures, we encourage you to book an appointment and find out how you can start the process. Our practice is conveniently located at 5602 PGA Boulevard, Suite #201 and can be reached by phone at (561) 627-9000.
Lost teeth can result in a variety of issues, both aesthetically and functionally. Patients with missing teeth may also feel self-conscious about the appearance of their smiles. With dental restorations available at Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry, patients have solutions available that can be used to enhance their appearance and allow them to enjoy all of their favorite foods! With teeth in a day dental implants, a brand-new smile is just an appointment away!
Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello describes teeth in a day dental implants, or “same day dental implants,” as a way of replacing an entire arch of missing teeth in a single appointment. It starts with the placement of dental implants, which are titanium posts inserted into the jaw bone. These use the bone as their foundation and stabilization. After the implants are placed, a special denture is fabricated beforehand and snaps into place with the dental implants. Patients can achieve the entire process in just one visit, ensuring they have a fast and straightforward transformation with teeth in a day dental implants.
Any patient who is missing all of the teeth within the dental arch and wants to replace them with a long-lasting, sturdy solution is welcome to book an appointment with the team of professionals in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. During this consultation appointment, the team will provide a thorough evaluation of the patient’s smile, including x-rays to check for sufficient bone. The bone of the jaw must be available and ready for the placement of implants, as this is what holds the implants and ensures the procedure is successful.
Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello of Palm Beach Gardens, FL recommend visiting their office to learn about the advantages of teeth in a day dental implants. The practice can be reached for an appointment by calling (561) 627-9000 and visiting the practice located at 5602 PGA Boulevard, Suite #201. We encourage new patients to schedule an appointment and find out about all we have to offer for restorative procedures!
Chips, cracks, and gaps between the teeth can have a negative impact on the smile’s overall appearance. If you live in or around the area of Palm Beach Gardens, FL and are interested in cosmetic improvements for the smile, the team of Lerner and Lemongello Dentistry encourage you to book a consultation visit with our staff and discuss your options. For many patients, composite resin bonding provides many advantages.
Composite resin bonding, or “dental bonding,” is the use of a special material to reshape a tooth or disguise imperfections. Composite resin bonding is used for:
Many patients love the idea of having composite resin bonding treatments on their smile. It can cover up problems areas in just one appointment and provide lasting results. It is a faster and more affordable alternative to porcelain veneers, which are thin ceramic facings custom made to cover the same issues. Composite resin bonding is subjected to staining and discoloration over time, but this often doesn’t keep patients from considering it as an option, even while they are considering porcelain veneers in the long run. At Lerner and Lemongello, our dentists will assess a patient for a cosmetic restoration, and then discuss with them the pros and cons of each. Educating patients in this manner is the best way to ensure they have the information they need to make a knowledgeable decision for their specific needs.
Call the office of Drs. Jay M. Lerner and Gerard J. Lemongello today to book an appointment and learn about the advantages of using composite resin dental bonding to repair specific imperfections of the smile. Our practice is located in Suite #201 at 5601 PGA Boulevard and can be reached at (561) 627-9000. We encourage patients in the community of Palm Beach Gardens, FL to reach out to our practice and discuss general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry solutions for the smile!