Family Dentist in Exton,Malvern,Paoli, West Chester   |  (610) 240-7730

Family Dentist in Exton,Malvern,Paoli, West Chester   |  (610) 240-7730

Dental implants


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Dental implants are small screw-like fixtures that are surgically implanted into the jawbone to construct an artificial tooth root, which holds a new tooth crown in place. Dental implants bring together the finest of current science and technology to provide a long-lasting solution that will serve its owner for the rest of their lives.

Thanks to new methods that have simplified the procedure, a dental implant can now be placed in a single session. From a single tooth to a full mouth repair, a dental implant can be utilized to replace any number of teeth.

The doctors at Mora Family Dentistry will analyze the quality of your bone and if you are a candidate for dental implants on your initial visit using a CBCT scan, which is the most advanced and accurate form of evaluation if you are a candidate for dental implants. The Mora Dental dentists will listen to your concerns and discuss the issues. They will also discuss treatment options available for your individual needs and answer any questions you may have.



Preserve natural teeth

They can replace one or several of your teeth without the need of filing down your adjacent teeth. 

It is a permanent solution

They can give support to a bridge, so you don’t have to wear a removable partial denture. 

Better oral health

They can help to maintain the jawbone’s integrity for a longer period of time by stabilizing it.


If you decide to have a denture, having several tooth implants as support can make it more comfortable.




The dental implant is a tiny titanium screw that is put into the jawbone. Because titanium is lightweight, robust, and biocompatible with the human body, it is widely used. 



An implanted fixture is attached to an abutment (which we give in titanium or zirconium).


The same functions as a natural tooth are provided by a tooth crown that is securely attached to an abutment.


Your replacement teeth, like your natural teeth, need to be cared for and checked on a regular basis. Brush and floss as directed by your dentist or dental hygienist. See your dentist every six months, or more often if necessary.

Family Dentist in Exton,Malvern,Paoli, West Chester  |  (610) 240-7730


Wisdom teeth are the third set of molars in the back of your mouth. They can be trapped in your jawbone or gums, which can be painful. If they don’t fully break through the surface of your gum line, wisdom teeth can cause issues over time. Bacteria and food particles can build up and get trapped leading to gum disease, infections, and tooth decay.

Wisdom teeth usually grow out during the early twenties for most patients. There are several different types of impacted wisdom teeth which include:

  • Horizontal Impaction – Grows Horizontally.
  • Vertical Impaction – Wisdom tooth can’t break through the gums because it’s stuck against the next tooth.
  • Mesial Impaction – Grows at an angle facing the front of the mouth.
  • Distal Impaction – Grows away from the tooth next to it.

We must take CBCT or Panoramic Xrays of your wisdom teeth in order to get a better understanding of why you are experiencing pain and if they need to be removed or not. If it has to be extracted, you will usually be given a local anesthetic injection to numb the area.

In some cases, a cut may be needed in your gum, and the tooth may need to be cut into smaller pieces before it’s removed. The time it takes to remove the tooth will vary. Some procedures only take a few minutes, whereas others can take 20 minutes or longer.

There will be some swelling and discomfort after the tooth is removed with the first couple of days being the worse. The dentist will be able to give you some pain medication to help cope with the discomfort, but after a couple of weeks, everything should be back to normal.

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Having a beautiful and healthy denture is essential for long and happier life. Since your initial appointment, let Mora Dental assist you with your oral health needs.



The jawbone is linked with lost teeth atrophies and is reabsorbed over time. As a result, the quality and amount of bone appropriate for dental implant insertion are harmed. Because of these issues, many people are not candidates for dental implants. 

The bone grafting treatment, which can be done under local anesthesia, is an ideal way to replace missing bone tissue and encourage spontaneous bone growth. 

MINOR BONE GRAFTING is only utilized in patients who have experienced minor atrophy. Autogenous bone (bone from the patient) or allogeneic bone (sterile bone from another source) is usually employed in this situation. This is a small surgical operation that is usually performed under local anesthetic in a dentist clinic. An incision in your gum is made to give access to the bone underlying it, and grafting material is subsequently applied. Then, over the course of several months, your body will replace the graft with its own bone, reversing the bone loss and laying the groundwork for future periodontal repairs.

Call Mora Dental Family Dentistry to book an appointment at (610) 240-7730 We are located at 673 Exton Commons, Exton, PA 19341

Call Mora Dental now to schedule an appointment at (610) 240-7730.

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