Dental Implants

Missing Teeth? Why not ‘Grow’ New Ones?

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Dental Implant Benefits

Dental implants are the ideal way to replace lost teeth. From the front of the mouth, where they are most visible, to the back, where they provide stability to chew a full variety of foods, implants can help you recapture a beautiful and healthy smile. Implants stimulate the jawbone, maintaining density and preventing the bone loss that often leads to a “sunken,” more aged look. Replacing missing teeth with implants also improves function for chewing and talking, bringing added security and boosted confidence.

How Dental Implants Work

Unlike bridges or removable dentures, which sit on top of the gums, dental implants are placed under the gums. The “tooth” placed on an implant appears life-like, because it comes through the gums just like the original did – it’s like growing a new tooth! Implants can be used to replace any number of lost teeth. Even people with no teeth can benefit from implants, because they can replace their dentures with teeth that don’t move around when they talk and don’t need to be taken out at night. Because for most cases we can handle the entire process from implant placement to crown fabrication, there’s usually no need to be referred to another office.

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Immediate Load Implants – Another Option

In addition to traditional implants, we are also happy to assist our patients in obtaining All-on-4™ immediate load implants. With this option, you will need only four implants, which securely hold permanent dentures in place that never need to be taken out. And the best part is that you can arrive with missing or unhealthy teeth and leave with beautiful, functioning teeth – all in the same day.

Cone Beam
Imaging

Cone beam CT digital imaging technology is like a three-dimensional X-ray that is far more accurate than traditional X-rays, takes much less time, and does all this with much less radiation exposure. The dentist’s ability to clearly see the patient’s anatomy in 3-D leads to much greater accuracy for all dental treatment, especially implant placement and any oral surgeries.

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