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Cardinal Park Family Dental Care Offers Leesburg, Virginia Full Arch Dental Implants for Lasting, Functional Smiles

13:55 EST 22 Feb 2019 | PR Web

Trusted dentists at Cardinal Park Family Dental Care, Drs. Gary Ashton, Hugo Manrique, Christine Han and Nassir Barekzi, invite new and existing patients to receive a consultation for full arch dental implants in Leesburg with or without a referral.

Leesburg, VA (PRWEB) February 22, 2019

Respected dentists, Drs. Gary Ashton, Hugo Manrique, Christine Han and Nassir Barekzi welcome new and existing patients to their practice, Cardinal Park Family Dental Care, for comprehensive full arch dental implants in Leesburg, Virginia. Patients do not need a referral when seeking treatment from the practice which has been serving Loudon County since 1999. Cardinal Park Dental Care offers full-scope implantology, so patients can receive every step of the process in one location and with the same team.

Full arch dental implants allow patients to completely replace an entire arch of teeth, either top, bottom, or both, with modern dental implants and a natural-looking bridge or denture. Four to six dental implants are first placed in jaw bone, forming the stable foundation for a complete prosthesis. The advantage of full arch dental implants over traditional removable dentures is numerous:

  • Security in the mouth with no slipping or looseness and will not fall out
  • Stimulates the jaw bone to prevent deterioration and a changing facial shape
  • Nearly 100% biting and chewing strength restored
  • Can last the rest of your life with proper care and routine dental checkups

“When patients come to us with missing teeth, we give them many options to fit their needs but the best solution is dental implants,” says dentist Dr. Ashton. “Dental implants feel completely natural—they are just like your natural teeth. You brush them and floss them and don’t have to worry about decay. As for the look and feel of dental implants…you would never know the difference.”

Cardinal Park Family Dental Care can offer patients complete full arch dental implant treatment from start to finish. With a team of dedicated and experienced dentists, patients can receive tooth extractions and bone grafting prior to implant placement. Patients can also receive IV sedation during their surgery to ease anxiety and help prevent sensations of discomfort. After receiving dental implants, the dentists can fabricate customized dental crowns or bridge prostheses to finalize the procedure.

Those interested in receiving dental implants in Leesburg, Virginia, to replace one, multiple or an entire arch of teeth are encouraged to schedule a consultation by calling Cardinal Park Family Dental Care at 703-779-2296.

About the Practice

Cardinal Park Family Dental Care has been serving the Loudon County area with trusted dental care since 1999. Offering honest and comprehensive care, this team of dentists provides custom treatment plans and services, including single and full arch dental implants, Invisalign®, sleep apnea relief and cosmetic dentistry. Bringing training from prestigious organizations like the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, The Dawson Academy and the Engel Implant Institute, this team of leading-edge clinicians stay on the frontline of modern and minimally invasive dentistry. To learn more about this team, the services they offer or their technologically advanced practice, visit http://www.cardinalparkfamilydental.com or call 703-779-2296.

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