Dental Implant

If you have missing, damaged, or broken teeth and are looking for the perfect restoration solution, dental implants may be the right choice for you. Dental Implants are a permanent solution and are durable and long lasting. Implants function like natural teeth, and allow patients to speak and eat normally. Implants are comfortable and do not slip or click like other restorative options.

Your bright white natural smile will be noticeable and will look natural. Implants act like an artificial tooth root and are made of titanium. Implants are placed into the jawbone and act like a screw. This provides the base for one or many crowns. Custom crowns are made to match the color and shape of your natural teeth giving patients a natural white smile.

As part of the implant consultation process we will check to make sure all patients have enough bone present in the jaw to support the new implants. If needed, bone grafting can be done to add the support that is needed. This helps to create that strong base that is required for the implants.

Once the implants are placed, an abutment or connector is set on top of the implant to hold the crown in place. Temporary crowns may be used until the permanent crowns are ready to be installed.

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Provide patients with a natural looking smile and functions like natural teeth.
  • Provide long term value financially.
  • Implants are permanent and do not slip or click like other solutions.
  • Implants preserve the natural bone in the mouth, and this helps to stimulate new bone growth.
  • Dental implants are built to last upwards of 25 years, but can last a lifetime if they are cared for properly.

Interested in Finding Out More?

If you are interested in finding out if dental implants are right for you, we encourage you to set up your initial implant consultation in our office. This will give our team the opportunity to take a detailed look at your teeth and mouth, and discuss treatment options. We also will develop a customized treatment plan, and answer any questions or concerns you may have with the dental implant process.

Dental implants can be life changing, and can allow patients to live a normal healthy life eating and drinking as they would with natural teeth. Taking that first step is worth it to achieve that beautiful smile you have always wanted.

To schedule your implant consultation please call our office and our friendly staff will be happy to assist you.

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When deciding on a restorative solution it is important to look at all of your options to help you decide on the best option that works for you. A common question patients face is if they should choose a dental bridge or dental implants when they are looking for a tooth replacement solution. Both are restorative solutions for missing teeth, and it is helpful to understand the differences. At East Peoria Dental Group, we provide our patients with a thorough consultation to examine their teeth & mouth and will discuss the differences between all of the restorative options available. Our staff works closely with our patients to help choose the best solution.

What Is a Dental Bridge?

A dental bridge is a fixed restoration that fills the gap created by one or more missing teeth. Bridges are anchored to one or more neighboring teeth also known as abutment teeth. Bridges can be supported by natural teeth or by dental implants. The false teeth are in-between and are called pontics.

How Do Dental Bridges Work?

During your first appointment at our dental office in East Peoria Dental Group, we prepare the neighboring teeth. The preparation for a bridge involves removing part of the enamel to allow room for the crown. The crowns are placed over the neighboring teeth. Impressions of your teeth are taken to make the bridge in the lab, and temporary bridges are used while you wait for your permanent bridge.

Patients return to the office, and we remove the temporary bridge to prepare for the permanent bridge. The new bridge is installed, and we check to make sure the bridge is comfortable, and the perfect fit. Patients may have to return to our office again to ensure the bridge is working well with your bite. Once we know the bridge fits properly we will cement the bridge in place.

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Dr. Josh Hudson speaking with a patient at our dental office in East Peoria

How Long Will Dental Bridges Last?

Dental bridges last around 10-15 years. Bridges do involve using some of your natural teeth, and this can cause your bridge to fail over time. The teeth around the bridge are still vulnerable to decay and disease which can attribute to the life of the bridge. Patients must practice good oral hygiene habits at home to keep the bridge and surrounding teeth clean. Our East Peoria Dentists, Dr. Josh Hudson, Dr. John Zimdars, and Dr. Todd Gray, recommend brushing twice a day and flossing to ensure you carefully clean around both the false and natural teeth. Visiting our office regularly can help to keep your teeth clean, and your bridge looking and feeling great.

What Are the Benefits of Dental Bridges?

  • Surgery is not required
  • Dental bridges tend to be less costly compared to implants
  • Jawbone density is not an issue with bridges
  • Overall the bridge procedure is less invasive compared to dental implants

What Are Dental Implants?

Implants are a permanent solution for patients that have missing, broken, or damaged teeth. They are durable, and act similar to a screw that is placed into the jawbone. The screw acts like an artificial tooth root, and provides a strong base for one or more artificial teeth. Implants require a healing period to give the implant time to fuse to the jawbone. This process allows the implant to function just like a natural tooth.

How Do Dental Implants Work?

Dental implants require multiple appointments in our dental clinic in East Peoria, and the process takes a few months. The first step involves placing the implant into the patient’s jawbone. Once this is done there is a healing period where we must give the implant time to fuse to the jawbone. This process is known as osseointegration.

Part of our implant evaluation process is to determine if the patient has adequate bone in the jaw to support the implants. If needed, bone grafting can be done to give patients the bone required to provide the necessary support. Once the healing process is complete the patient returns to our office, and an abutment or connector is placed on top of the implants. This allows the crown to be secured to the implant. Custom crowns are made to match the size, shape, and color of your natural teeth. Temporary crowns may be used while patients wait for the permanent crowns to be installed.

How Long Will Dental Implants Last?

Dental implants are durable and last upwards of 25 years, or a lifetime if they are cared for properly. Implants are built out of titanium, and provide patients with a permanent solution for missing teeth. Caring for dental implants is like caring for natural teeth, and our East Peoria dentists recommend practicing good oral hygiene habits at home to keep your implants looking and feeling great.

What Are the Benefits of Dental Implants?

  • Dental implants are long lasting, and are a permanent restorative solution
  • Easy to care for
  • Implants function like natural teeth
  • Chewing power is restored with dental implants
  • Speech and overall appearance are improved
  • Patients can eat all the foods they normally would with implants
  • Dental Implants tend to cost more, but are a good investment because they are built to last

Looking for a Dentist to Provide Dental Implants or Dental Bridges Near You?

Choosing the best restorative option is a big decision, and our team is here to help. Our consultation process will answer all of your questions, and we will discuss what option may work best for you. We want our patients to be proud of their smile, and our team works to give patients the highest level of care. At East Peoria Dental Group, we welcome our patients in a comfortable and relaxing environment using state of the art technology. 

 Creating beautiful smiles is what we do, and we take pride in giving patients a smile they can be proud of.
If you are interested in finding out more about your restorative options such as dental implants or dental bridges, please contact our dental office in East Peoria, IL today to schedule your consultation.

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Switching dentists can be a hard decision, but patients need to make a change if they notice things aren’t working out with the current practice. Knowing when to make the move can be hard, but there are some tips you can follow to help you find your new dental office or dental clinic in the East Peoria, IL area.

There are signs you can look out for that indicate it may be time to start your search to find your next dental practice. At East Peoria Dental Group, we welcome new patients to our practice, and strive to provide exceptional service to patients of all ages. We know how important finding the right dentist is, and we go above and beyond to provide the highest level of service and care for our patients!

What Are Some Signs That Indicate it May Be Time to Switch Dental Practices?

  • Your dentist has retired or moved
  • You have decided to move away from the area
  • Appointments tend to be at inconvenient times
  • Getting to your dentist is difficult, and the practice may be in an inconvenient location
  • The practice does not offer the dental procedures you need
  • Your friends or family have recommended another practice that sounds like it may be a better fit
  • You have had to call the billing department and dispute charges multiple times
  • Your dental insurance has changed
  • You do not feel comfortable with the recommended treatment plan at your current dentist
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How Should I Go About Switching Dentists?

Once you have made the decision to switch dentists you can focus on finding your new practice. Making sure the new dentist is a good fit is important, and there are many things to consider. Think about what type of dental practice you would like for you and your family. Would a family practice work better and if so, make sure the new practice can provide all of the necessary services for your entire family. Research if the practice offers orthodontics if you have teenagers, should you need that type of treatment. This will help to eliminate the need for switching dentists again in the future.

Do your research and check out some online reviews to read about the dentist’s certifications or background. Read about the mission statement to understand the practice values, and how the practice is run. Make sure the facility is updated, and has the latest technology and advanced procedures available.

Once you have done your research and have found a dentist you think may be a good fit, schedule a visit to check out the practice. This way you can see firsthand if you are comfortable, and if your family would benefit from joining the practice. 


When visiting the office take mental notes of important things such as how you are treated during your visit, and how long it takes you to get to and from the practice. Ask the staff if you can have a tour of the office to ensure the practice meets your expectations.

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Dr. Zimdars with a patient

Looking for a quality Dentist Near You?

If you are looking for a family friendly dentist in East Peoria, IL, contact Dr. Josh Hudson, Dr. John Zimdars, and Dr. Todd Gray for your next dental cleaning. Our goal is to provide exceptional service in a family friendly environment. Our staff is available to answer any questions you may have, and we welcome all new patients to our office.

If you are interested in scheduling your next dental cleaning with us, please contact East Peoria Dental Group and one of our staff members will be happy to assist you.

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If you have been recommended for dental implants, you may wonder if they will ever have to be replaced. Implants are a permanent restorative solution for patients seeking that perfect smile. Dental implants look and feel natural in the mouth, and last upwards of 25 years if they are cared for properly.


At East Peoria Dental, dental implants are one of the most common restorative options done in our dental office in East Peoria, IL Many patients are leaning towards this permanent option to give them a durable smile that will last for years. Dental implants can last your entire life, and they are one of the most reliable tooth restoration options available to patients.


However, some patients have asked us if having their teeth cleaned regularly can damage the enamel on our teeth. We hope that this article can help address this common concern.

How Successful Are Dental Implants?

Implants have a 95% success rate, and we encourage patients to use good oral hygiene habits to keep the implants clean and free of plaque. This helps the implants to last, and prevents infection which can make them unstable in the mouth. Implants moving or needing replacement is rare. If an implant shifts out of place this could indicate the bone tissue is not providing enough support, and you should contact our dental office in East Peoria, IL immediately.

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Tips to Ensure your Dental Implants Last a Lifetime

Here are some helpful tips that you can start using to get the most out of your dental implants:

  • Floss daily using an implant specific floss or wax free floss to help keep the area clean and free of plaque. A Waterpik Water Flosser can be used to assist in removing plaque around the implants.
  • Use a low abrasive tooth brush such as a soft type brush on your implants.
  • Avoid any products, foods, or drinks containing any ingredients that may stain your teeth.
  • Anti-microbial rinses can be used to help reduce inflammation and prevent infection.
  • Avoid products that contain stannous fluoride, sodium fluoride, or baking soda. These ingredients can make the implants prone to corrosion.

Contact East Peoria Dental Group in East Peoria, IL

Caring for your implants at home is similar to caring for your natural teeth. Practicing good oral hygiene habits at home will ensure your implants last for years and never need to be replaced. Dr. Hudson, Dr. Zimdar, and Dr. Gray ‘s friendly team is here to help you achieve the smile you have always wanted. We are always available to answer questions and help you every step of the way.

If you are interested in finding out more about dental implants in East Peoria, ILand how they may benefit you, contact East Peoria Dental Group to schedule your consultation with us today!

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Dental Veneers and Dental Implants both can give patients a beautiful white smile. Deciding what restorative or cosmetic option works best for you depends on the condition of your teeth. Our staff at East Peoria Dental in East Peoria, IL provides cosmetic and restorative consultations to all our patients to take a detailed look at your mouth and determine a customized treatment plan that works for you. We listen to your goals and look at all options to give you the opportunity to choose the best one.

So, what is the difference between the two? Typically, Dental Veneers and Dental Implants are used for different reasons. This all depends on how much damage a patient has to their teeth.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental Implants are the leading restorative solution for many patients and one of the most common procedures done today. Implants are permanent and reliable giving patients the feeling that they have natural teeth. Implants are used for patients that have lost a tooth or teeth, have suffered from periodontal disease, or an injury. Dental implants take multiple appointments across a few months to complete.

Implants last upwards of 25 years or a lifetime if taken care for properly. They provide many benefits to patients, and are comfortable in the mouth. Implants allow patients to speak, eat, and function just like they would with natural teeth.

As part of our evaluation process, our East Peoria dentists will determine if the patient has enough bone present in the jaw to support the implants. If needed, bone grafting can be done to provide the additional support. During the implant procedure metal posts are placed in the jaw, and these act similar to artificial tooth roots. These posts provide the required support needed for the implants. Once the healing process is complete, an abutment or connector is secured on top of the implants. This allows the crown to be secured on top of the implant.

Crowns are custom made to match the color, size, and shape of your teeth. Temporary crowns are used while the patient waits for the permanent crown to be placed. Practicing good oral hygiene habits and visiting our office regularly will help to keep your implants looking and feeling great.

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Still Not Sure? Contact Our Cosmetic Dentists in East Peoria

Choosing the best option is important, and our team at East Peoria Dental in East Peoria, IL is here to help give you all of the options available to achieve that bright white smile. We welcome all patients, and strive to always provide quality service our patients can count on.

If you are interested in finding out more about Dental Veneers or are looking to get dental implants in East Peoria, IL, please contact us today to schedule your consultation.

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While cigarette smoking use has rapidly declined over the past few decades, there is still a decent enough portion of the population that does. Therefore, I feel it is important to address nicotine use and its affect on the human body and our health, and more specifically how it affects our mouth and the health of our teeth and gums.

This blog post is written off of fact and science. I will preface this by saying that while I wish no one used tobacco in any form (because of the health concerns that will be listed below), I don’t judge or shame any one in my life (friend, family, or patient) if they do happen to use tobacco. Our office philosophy is to educate on best health practices, but then to support each of our patients in what ways we can based on their choices. We have plenty of patients within our practice that use tobacco, and we treat them the same as anyone else.

As far as this post goes, there are two main areas to discuss how smoking negatively affects someone:

  1. The negative effects on our whole body health
  2. The negative effects on our oral health (how it directly affects our teeth and gums)

Whole Body Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking

This is going to get pretty dark and dreary for a second, and for good reason. Cigarettes are the #1 cause of preventable deaths in the United States, and it’s not even close. In fact, cigarette smoking causes more deaths than practically all other forms of preventable deaths combined!

So why is cigarette smoking so detrimental to our health?

  • Cigarette smoking increases risk of cardiovascular disease (heart attacks and strokes) by 2-4x. Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in our country, and smoking drastically increases the risk of these occurring. Cigarettes cause our blood vessels to thicken and become more narrow, making them much more susceptible to clots forming and causing a blockage (which is how heart attacks and strokes occur). In addition, smoking causes incredibly high amounts of inflammation throughout the body, which is really the true cause of many large scale health issues (cardiovascular disease, dementia, type II Diabetes, etc). This damage to our blood vessels occurs in people who smoke as little as 3-5 cigarettes per day, and worsens as cigarette use increases.
  • Cigarette smoke directly damages our airway and lungs. The slow and gradual destruction of our lungs by cigarette smoke results in COPD, emphysema, and worst of all lung cancer. A smoker is 13 times more likely to die of lung related issues than a non-smoker, and directly causes 90% of all lung cancers.
  • Cigarette smoke is a definitive cancer causing agent. As if causing lung cancer wasn’t bad enough, cigarette use increases a person’s risk for all sorts of cancers. Cancers of the bladder, esophagus, colon, kidney, liver, throat, pancreas, etc are all drastically increased in smokers compared to non-smokers. It has been estimated that 1/3 of all cancer deaths would be prevented if cigarettes didn’t exist.

These last few things are the main detrimental issues with cigarettes. With that being said, the main problem that cigarettes contribute to our health is that they are such a potent driver of inflammation within our body. Modern medicine is finding that inflammation is one of the main causes of most diseases, a main cause of why we age, as well as prevents how our body is capable of healing and fighting off illnesses and infections. Inflammation will negatively affect almost every bodily function, which is why smoking negatively impacts hundreds of other bodily functions (in addition to those listed above) such as pregnancy, sperm formation and fertility, bone health, vision, and many others. Much more specific to the dental office is how smoking so negatively impacts the health of our mouth. Let’s dive in to that next.

Dental Health Effects of Cigarette Smoking

This is also fairly depressing, but again reiterates how frank the negative impact of smoking is on the human body. Our mouth is the portal in which we consume cigarettes, and so the effects of the agent are even more profound, because the toxic chemicals are in their highest quantities. My undergraduate degree is in Molecular Biology, so I can get pretty nerdy when discussing these sorts of things, so I’m going to try and keep this section as simple as I can, but will go in to more scientific detail potentially later down in this post (although I doubt anyone will want to read it!).

Okay, so how does smoking impact our mouth health?

    • Smoking triples your risk of developing gum disease. This is HUGE! Gum disease, for those who aren’t aware, is the #1 cause of people losing their teeth in the world. Most estimates have anywhere from 70-80% of our population having some form of gum disease in their mouth. Gum disease is caused by the presence of bacteria in our mouths as well as chronic inflammation leading to the loss of bone and gums around our teeth. This damage is irreversible and causes many negative issues for the teeth (this is another topic for another day). If not treated, this will cause a person to lose all of their teeth at some point. So how does it cause these issues? There are two main ways:

      1) Cigarette smoke reduces blood flow to the mouth, thus making our mouth much less likely to heal, fight infection, and self-cleanse the gums.
      2) Cigarettes create large amounts of inflammation, which rapidly increases the progression of gum disease once it starts.

    • Cigarette smoking increases risk of getting cavities. Another biggie! Cavities, or tooth decay, is the #2 cause of people losing their teeth. Our mouth has a natural defense mechanism against cavities, and that is our saliva. Our saliva’s job is both to digest our food, but also to cleanse our teeth of food debris, thus removing a lot of potential for tooth decay to occur. Just like blood flow gets reduced to the mouth, cigarette smoke also rapidly reduces the amount of saliva generated in our mouth. Dry mouths can get tooth decay very rapidly and these types of cavities tend to get larger much quicker.
  • Increased risk of mouth and throat cancers. You can refer to earlier in this post as to why cancers are more prevalent, but the same holds true in the mouth. Nicotine use of any kind dramatically increases risk of oral cancers and throat cancers, both of which are very deadly cancers. A male is 10 times more likely to get oral cancer if he smokes, and a female is 5 times more likely if she smokes.

We at East Peoria Dental Group would recommend that everyone should quit smoking cigarettes for all of these various reasons/health risks. However, if you smoke, we won’t judge you and we can still be friends! It is merely our job to educate you on the risks.

Okay let’s turn this to a more optimistic attitude now. Let’s say you or someone you know is wanting to stop smoking. Here are 5 great benefits in the mouth that one would experience if they quit smoking!

5 Benefits to Quitting Smoking

  1. Quitting smoking will improve the appearance of your teeth!

The chemicals in cigarette smoke (especially nicotine and tar) cause stains on your teeth.. Both of these materials become trapped in the nooks and crannies of your dental enamel and ultimately stain your teeth. The appearance is unsightly, and very very challenging for our dental hygienists to remove. By quitting smoking, you will be able to regain your beautiful white smile. The stains can be removed by our dental hygienists after to return your teeth to their whiter appearance. You can even enhance the color of your teeth with professional whitening!

  1. Quitting smoking will make your breath smell better!

There are a few reasons that smoking causes bad breath. First and foremost, cigarette smoke itself has an unpleasant odor to it. Secondarily, the mouth becomes very dry and allows food, plaque, and bacteria to hang around in the mouth and further cause bad breath. Lastly, smoking creates an environment of inflammation and helps to generate gum disease, which is known for a very characteristic bad breath. Therefore, by quitting smoking, you can help start to eliminate all of these factors causing bad breath. Combined with proper dental cleanings, you can return your mouth to a nice fresh smell.

  1. Quitting smoking will make your food taste better!

Smoking cigarettes reduces the number of taste buds in your mouth and dulls down their response, making your mouth not taste food as well as normal. The heat generated from cigarette smoke continues to damage your taste buds over the years, but once one stops smoking, those buds can regenerate back to normal, and you can begin to taste your food properly again!

  1. Quitting smoking will reduce your risk for gum disease.

Smoking is one of largest risk factors for developing gum disease, so stopping will help reduce that risk! If no gum disease is present, we can treat you preventatively to ensure gum disease never develops! While gum disease is permanent, and the damage done can’t be undone, we can stop the disease from continuing to progress. Our dental hygienists can then treat your gum disease with the properly planned gum therapy for your specific needs.

  1. Quitting smoking will reduce your risk of getting cavities.

Allowing your mouth to return to it’s optimal healthy state will reduce that increased risk for getting cavities. Increased saliva flow combined with reduced counts of bacteria and plaque allows your teeth to stay strong and healthy!

So there you have it! 5 ways stopping smoking will benefit your mouth, in addition to the numerous other health benefits! I think this post is long enough, so I will spare everyone on all of the scientific details of microbiology and how smoking affects the mouth. You are welcome!

Of course, if you have any further questions or wish to discuss strategies on quitting smoking or even strategies to help minimize the damage if you do smoke, please contact our office and we can talk further. Our office phone number is (309) 699-5521 and our e-mail is office@eastpeoriadental.com

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Everyone is concerned about the spread of COVID-19, otherwise known as the CoronaVirus. We too are on a heightened level of concern and are taking every precaution possible to minimize its spread and assure that everyone who enters our doors is safe.

As with any blood borne or airborne pathogen, our office has been practicing a high level of infection control for decades. We just haven’t made it common knowledge among our patients. We just do it as a matter of standard practice, to assure that we keep a safe environment for you, your family, our staff and our doctors. You are safer in the dental office than practically anywhere else you can go besides your own home.

However, we have decided to close our office for the next two weeks to help aid in limiting the spread of the CoronaVirus. As of now, we are cancelling all appointments through March 31st, and are planning to reopen in April. Until we know more, we are not rescheduling appointments at this time, but will be calling everyone back to reschedule their appointments once we know more.

If you are having a dental emergency, please leave us a private message on our Facebook page, and one of our staff members will get back to you and instruct you on how to proceed!

Just know at East Peoria Dental Group you and your family will always be safe and cared for. We pride ourselves on treating our patients like we do our own families. We instruct everyone stay home as much as possible in the next few weeks to help limit spread of CoronaVirus. Thank you for your continued trust and confidence and your cooperative effort towards maintaining health and well-being.

Dr. Hudson explains dental implants

Dr. Hudson was recently featured on our local Peoria oral surgeon’s office website. He wrote an article explaining what potential dental implant patients should be looking for in their dentist when it comes to restoring dental implants. Please check out www.aosillinois.com to learn more!

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If you have damaged, broken, or missing teeth, and are looking for the perfect solution to give you a beautiful smile, then dental implants may be right for you. At East Peoria Dental we offer many different restorative procedures, but one of the most common is dental implants. Implants are a permanent solution, and are durable and reliable.

Implants function like our natural teeth, and allow patients to eat and speak normally. They are comfortable in the mouth and look natural.

Implants act as an artificial tooth root and are made of a durable material called titanium. They act similar to a screw that is placed in the jawbone. The implant provides the base for one or more artificial teeth known as crowns. In order to ensure proper support for the implant is present, the patient must have enough bone in the jaw. As part of our evaluation, we will determine if the patient has enough bone present in the jaw to support the implants properly. If needed, bone grafting can be done where synthetic bone is added to the area to provide the needed support.

Healing time is required to allow the bone to fuse to the implant. This process is called osseointegration, and this creates a strong base for the implant. This process allows the implant to function like a natural tooth in the mouth.

Once the healing process is complete, a connector or abutment is set on top of the implant to hold the crown in place. Custom crowns are made to match the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth. Temporary crowns may be used until the permanent crowns are ready.

Benefits of dental implants:

  • Preserves the natural bone in the mouth and helps to stimulate new bone growth.
  • Provides long term value financially.
  • Implants are permanent and do not click or slip like other solutions such as dentures or bridges.
  • Implants look and feel natural in the mouth.
  • With proper care and good oral hygiene, implants can last upwards of 25 years or a lifetime.

If you are interested in finding out more about dental implant, and how they can benefit you, contact East Peoria Dental to schedule your appointment.

Beautiful smile and white teeth

Invisalign is a great alternative to braces that uses clear, BPA free aligners that are worn for a specific period of time to straighten crooked or uneven teeth.

The clear aligners are smooth and comfortable, and they can be removed for cleaning and eating easily.

Typically, the aligners are worn anywhere between 20-22 hours a day, and this varies per patient. Depending on the level of correction needed, Invisalign can take anywhere between 6-18 months to correct teeth.

Many wonder if Invisalign is a faster treatment compared to braces. The average time for Invisalign is right in line with the length of time braces are typically worn. In some instances, Invisalign is worn for a shorter amount of time compared to braces, so this treatment can be faster in some cases.

Our team at East Peoria Dental will meet with each patient to get to know them and discuss their goals. We want to make sure each patient is comfortable with the treatment chosen, and knows what to expect every step of the way. Molds, photos, and x-rays will be taken to help build a customized treatment plan for each patient.

We want our patients to be excited about the process towards straighter teeth and a beautiful smile.

If you are interested in learning more about Invisalign, contact East Peoria Dental to schedule your appointment.

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