Dental Implants

One of the most common dental issues is tooth loss. Whether from an injury, decay, or periodontal disease, millions of people across the United States experience tooth loss.

It can be easy for an empty slot in your smile to make you feel self-conscious. We can help restore your confidence in your smile through dental implantation.

Located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Dentistry First can help restore and enhance your smile through dental implants. Contact us today and schedule your consultation appointment to determine if Dental Implants may be the right solution for you!

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are metal frames that are utilized as a support for interchangeable or long-lasting teeth. Our team of experts can make these replacement teeth resemble that of the natural teeth for a replicative appearance. One of the greatest benefits to dental implants is that you won’t have to be concerned about an unnatural-looking smile.

What are some benefits of Dental Implants?

Dental implantation can enhance your dental health and wellness by:

  • Improving the appearance of your smile
  • Restoring your self-confidence
  • Making your speech capabilities easier and clearer
  • Enhancing your comfortability with chewing food

Dental implants also do not require any embarrassing removal and are built to last for the long term.


Is Dental Implantation a painful process?

Many people who have received dental implants in the past have known it to be a relatively painless procedure. Using a local anesthetic, we can ensure your comfort throughout the dental implant process. Some people may temporarily experience mild soreness. However, this can be remedied with over-the-counter pain relievers.

Am I a good candidate to receive a Dental Implant?

Dental implantation may be right for you if you:

Have healthy gums and adequate bone health
Are committed to good oral hygiene
Visit the dentist regularly for cleanings and care
Do not smoke
If you are diagnosed with a chronic disorder such as diabetes or heart disease, or you have undergone radiation therapy, consult to determine if dental implants may be right for you.

If you are concerned about how a missing tooth is affecting your smile, contact us today to schedule your consultation appointment and find out if Dental Implants may be right for you!