Advanced Dental Implants in Bloomington

Cosmetic DentistryDental implants in Bloomington are the ideal tooth replacement option available to people with missing teeth. A dental implant is a metal, usually titanium, post inserted into the bone to replace a missing root. This is done to prevent bone recession from occurring. Without a root or implant to stimulate the jaw bone, the area begins to collapse in on itself.  The crown and supporting structure are securely and permanently attached to the post. Titanium is amazingly durable and extremely well tolerated by the human body. There are very few instances of rejection.

Is a Dental Implant in Bloomington Right for You?

Tooth implants offer patients long-term solution to tooth loss. Are you a suitable candidate for tooth implant surgery? Because the metal rod is inserted into the jaw bone, it is vital that you have enough healthy bone at the implant site for the new root to settle in. Dr. Ken Moore can determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure. Age is rarely a factor when it comes to this treatment, as dental implants have proved to be successful for individuals of all ages.

There are a few health issues that may impact your eligibility for implants. These include diabetes, osteoporosis, radiation therapy for cancer, parathyroid disorders, bone disorders, and leukemia. The presence of one or more of these does not necessarily mean an implant cannot work for you.

What Are You Waiting For?

If you’re interested in dental implants, discuss the procedure with our experienced team. We’ll answer any questions you have regarding your own health concerns. Call 812-332-1405 to schedule a dental implant consultation. We can also discuss procedures such as dental crowns, porcelain veneers, and dental bridges.

Contact Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore:


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219 E. 17th St.
Bloomington, Indiana


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