CORON DENTAL: the best modern dentist office in Brookline, MA

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At Coron Dental, you can get a top-of-the-line implant and custom crown taken care of under one roof. As a top implant dentistry clinic in Brookline and Boston, MA, Coron Dental uses cutting-edge techniques for dental implant procedures. If you need to have a tooth pulled, or are missing a tooth, schedule an evaluation to see if you’re a candidate for a dental implant.

Why do I need a dental implant?​

Missing a tooth? A dental implant becomes your new tooth. The implant itself serves as a new “root,” while the crown becomes your replacement “tooth.” Together, they help decrease your risk of bone and tissue loss.

An implant also prevents surrounding teeth from shifting, so your natural bite — as well as your smile — don’t change. Because dental implants become permanent fixtures in your mouth, they’re considered the “gold standard” for replacing missing teeth.

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Why CORON DENTAL?

     CORON DENTAL was founded in 2018, on the principle that there should be a better way to provide dental implant service to our patients in Boston and Brookline. We perform dental implant procedures with the most innovative approach to treating patients. That level of technology and science has given hundreds of patients the confidence to choose us to perform dental implant procedure provider, and the precision of computer guided surgery enables top-of-the-line implant treatment.

     The team Coron Dental make the best effort to deliver excellent dental implant treatment to our patients. We believe that one location approach is the best way for patient satisfaction. We go through a rigorous screening process to make sure to uphold our strict standards of quality. We believe that our dedicated team of professionals is a key for your satisfactory dental implant outcome.

     In Coron Dental, you can find out the price of your dental implant very easily, since we do all the procedure with in-house approach. In other dental offices, it is difficult to know the full price of dental implant procedures, because they refer patients to multiple other offices, and each offices have different fees that would add up at each stage in the process. We are able to give a single price for the entire procedure from start to finish with no hidden costs. After implant consultation, you will know exactly what it will cost you throughout your dental implant treatment. 

     If you are interested in getting dental implants, you can just cherry pick our $1990 new patient implant special including all the process of implant procedure! You will find out why dental implant patients in Boston and Brookline loved our service and gave us 5 star reviews.

What is it like to get a dental implant?

Once you and our professional team decide that an implant is right treatment for you, the J. Morita CBCT® helps to create a computer -guided surgical template that will be used to place the implant in your jawbone in most accurate position possible.

It takes time for the implant site to heal — usually three months or more — and once it becomes strong enough to support a dental implant crown, a permanent crown will be made for you right in the office or in the lab, with the help of the Sirona® CEREC® Omnicam optical scanning system.

This state-of-the-art system digitally scans your mouth and helps design your dental implant crown along with the Sirona® CEREC® MC XL milling system. This way, you’ll be able to leave the office same day with your permanent crown.

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Will I be able to get a dental implant if I am missing a tooth?

As long as you have enough bone and gum tissue to support a dental implant, you may be a good candidate. If you have an extraction, it’s important to schedule your implant procedure as soon as your gums heal. The longer you wait, the more likely you are to lose bone and soft tissues.

The team at Coron Dental can evaluate the strength and density of your bone and gum tissue and tell you right away if you’re going to be able to get a dental implant. If this treatment isn’t a fit for you, you’ll likely be recommended a dental bridge instead. Either way, Coron Dental will help you find a solution for a missing tooth.

If you’re missing a tooth or know you’ll need an implant later, book an exam at Coron Dental. Schedule either online or over the phone.

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Dental Implant FAQ

Q. All of my teeth are missing and I am now wearing a full upper and lower denture. Do I need dental implants for every single tooth I am replacing on the lower jaw?

A. Surprisingly, You only need 2 – 6 implants to replace all of your lower teeth. It is not necessary to have an implant for every tooth that is being replaced. The number of implants necessary to provide support depends on the type of implants used and the type of prosthesis, for example removable prosthesis or fixed prosthesis, that will be attached to the implants. A thorough oral exam, optical CEREC scanning, CBCT is all that is necessary in most cases, to determine the type of implant and how many must be used.

Q. I’ve been wearing dentures for several years and have lost a lot of bone. My lower dentures not stable anymore. What is my dental implant options?

A. We encourage people to get help for the problems as soon as possible before loosing more bone. These problems include excessive use of denture adhesives, chewing only soft food, unable to taste some foods, constant mouth sores, unhappy with the appearance of one’s teeth and bite collapse. The sooner we correct the problems with dental implants, the more treatment options available for dental implant treatment. If you have any above symptoms, implants is the optimal treatment option for you.

Q. My tooth with root canal treatment fractured and now it has to be pulled out. Can I replaced it with an implant or do I have to have a bridge or a partial?

A. Root canal treatment can make the tooth fracture more easily than other teeth because they are already damaged and dehydrated. In the past, the best available treatment option was a dental bridge on the adjacent teeth with an attached tooth between. Sometimes this still is a good option,  but in most cases an implant can replace the fractured tooth and we will no need to grind down the neighboring teeth.

Q. I need to replace two missing teeth next to each other. Can I just have one implant placed and attach it to one of my natural teeth and make a bridge?

A. Dental researchers have found that it is generally much better not to attach implants to teeth. We frequently attach implants to each other, which can improve strength and works well. So in a case like this, although it may be more expensive in the short term to place two implants instead of one, the long-term success is likely to be much better with the two implants.

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Definition of Dental Implant Terminology

Abutment An abutment is a component that attaches to the dental implant so a professional can place a dental crown to provide patients with an artificial, aesthetically pleasing and fully-functional smile. BridgeMultiple replacement teeth that are fixed in place via attachment to dental implants, natural adjacent teeth, or a combination of the two. Dental Crown A crown is an artificial tooth, usually consisting of porcelain, which covers the top of the implant to provide people with an aesthetically pleasing and fully-functional tooth. Dental Implant A dental implant is an artificial tooth root that is placed into your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants may be an option for people who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason. Endosteal (endosseous) Endosteal is a type of dental implant that a professional places in the alveolar and basal bone of the mandible that transcends only one cortical plate. Eposteal (subperiosteal) Eposteal is a type of dental implant that conforms to whichever edentulous surface of an alveolar bone is superior. Implant-Supported Bridge An implant-supported bridge is a dental bridge that professionals fix in place with the use of dental implants inserted in the jaw to create a sturdy set of artificial teeth. OsseointegrationOsseointegration is the process in which a titanium dental implant fuses with the surrounding bone over several months after an oral health professional places the implant in the jaw. Periodontal Literally “around the tooth” ResorptionResorption is the process in which the body absorbs the calcium from the jaw since there are no tooth roots to cause the necessary stimulation and proceeds to use the calcium in other areas. Transosteal (transosseous) Transosteal is a type of dental implant that includes threaded posts which penetrate the superior and inferior cortical bone plates of the jaw.

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