Gaps in your smile can interfere with eating and speaking, and lead to serious oral health concerns.
At Browne Goetz & Miraglia PC, we can use implant-supported crowns, bridges, and dentures to restore function, comfort, and health.
Dental Implants Can Provide Improved Stability and Oral Health
Designed to Last
When properly placed and cared for, dental implants can last 40 years or longer.
Prevent Jaw Atrophy
Implant-supported restorations are the only treatment that can prevent the jaw from shrinking and changing shape after tooth loss.
Implant-supported restorations placed by Browne Goetz & Miraglia PC remain in place at all times, allowing you to eat any foods you wish and to enunciate with complete clarity.
We Can Restore Your Oral Health with Implants
The primary use of dental implants is replacing missing teeth. However, our doctors may also recommend an implant-supported restoration for patients whose teeth are compromised beyond repair. In some cases, severe damage, decay, or gum disease can make removing and replacing teeth the best option.
Our doctors can assess the health of your smile during a consultation. We will always attempt to save teeth if possible.
Dental Implants Can Address a Variety of Issues
REPLACE TEETH THAT ARE MISSING
REPLACE DISEASED OR INFECTED TEETH
FIX LOOSE, UNCOMFORTABLE DENTURES
You Should Receive Care From a Specialist
Patients of Browne Goetz & Miraglia PC are referred to a skilled local surgeon for dental implant surgery. Because we want our patients to receive the highest level of care, we will coordinate your treatment only with trusted experts to ensure the most precise placement. Proper placement in the jawbone is essential to reducing your risk of complications and laying the foundations for durability.
Once your implants have healed, we will provide you with your custom restoration using the finest materials for realistic results that you can take pride in.
Are You a Candidate for Dental Implants?
State of Jawbone Tissue
Sufficient jawbone tissue must be remaining to properly support dental implants. Otherwise, you may require bone grafting to restore your candidacy.
Smoking can negatively affect your ability to heal and increase your risk of complications. You must be committed to quitting smoking throughout the entire treatment process.
If periodontal disease has weakened your gum tissue, you will need to receive treatment prior to dental implant placement.
General Health Conditions
It is important to be forthcoming about your medical history as certain conditions such as diabetes can increase your risk of complications.
The Best Solution for Missing Teeth
Browne Goetz & Miraglia has been located in Mount Kisco, NY, for over three decades. We have successfully treated thousands of dental implant cases and are honored to be a recognized leader for dental implants in New York.
A Focus on Individualized Care
Our team of dentists focuses on addressing individual patient dental implant needs with comprehensive care that is aimed at improving our patients’ comfort and quality of life by offering replacement of missing or deteriorated teeth with the highest quality dental implants on the market, while at the same time attending to our patients’ other dental needs and concerns. We are conscious of patients’ budgets for dental implants and through our focus and experience in the field can offer the most cost-effective options for dental implant procedures, ensuring patients a confident smile.
Dental Implants are Built to Last
Understanding the Procedure
Dental implants are now routine procedures and Browne Goetz & Miraglia PC has been offering dental implants since 1994. However, since dental implants is not a procedure you are likely to have to undertake often, we understand that the decision to have a tooth implant is not taken lightly.
To give you an idea of what to expect before, during and after receiving undergoing implants, see the possible processes you might undergo:
Traditional Dental Implants
The course of treatment outlined below is for a single dental implant or multiple dental implants (to replace a missing segment of teeth), is one of the several options available to you. During a consultation, your dentist will advise you on the best solution for you.
Single or multiple dental implants are usually performed in two stages separated by three to four months, but can also be immediate when appropriate (this will depend on your particular case). This is different when full dental implants are considered, that can often be performed as an immediate one-time procedure.
First visit: Examination & X-Rays
Examination and one or more set of x-rays will help us determine your dental health and suitability for dental implants, and all treatment options considered. In some cases, preliminary work may be required before dental implant or bridge placement to ensure an optimal result.
Modern implant techniques allow permanent, stable teeth to be installed in as little as three days.
Second Visit: Dental Implant Placement
During this visit a periodontist or oral surgeon will place the fixture that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth will be installed. The area is made numb and the fixture placed in the bone. Where possible we may often use keyhole surgery to minimize discomfort. The dental implants are given three to four months to bond with the bone.
Third Visit: Testing of Dental Implants
Once the dentist has confirmed that the dental implant has successfully bonded with the bone, the healing cap is removed and an impression is taken to make the final crown.
Fourth Visit: Fitting of Crown or Bridge
The final step is to permanently insert the new crown or bridge.
Why choose us for your dental care?
HIGHLY EXPERIENCED & DEDICATED GENERAL DENTIST
NEW PATIENTS ARE ALWAYS WARMLY WELCOME
BRAND-NEW, STATE-OF-THE-ART DENTAL OFFICE
Browne Goetz & Miraglia PC
- American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Academy of Osseointegration
- American Academy of Cosmetic Orthodontics
For more information about our services, contact our office online or call (914) 241-1191 today.
*For dental emergencies, please call the office.