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Dental Implants

Dental implants can replace one tooth or several, or be used for full removable or permanent dentures. Implants are permanent and strong, and both look and feel totally natural, for a completely transformed smile.

 

Our restorations are created with each individual patient in mind. Our on-site lab allows for close collaboration between our technicians and our doctors, ensuring a full understanding of how the patient’s face and teeth appear and move while speaking, smiling, and laughing.

The best way to restore your smile
Our restorations are created with each individual patient in mind. Our on-site lab allows for close collaboration between our technicians and our doctors, ensuring a full understanding of how the patient’s face and teeth appear and move while speaking, smiling, and laughing.

We use a unique and advanced intra-oral digital scanner to capture the area in need of restoration. This scan can be combined with a CT scan and used to optimize placement of an implant in the jaw bone. This state-of-the art technology is less invasive and more precise than traditional techniques, resulting in implants with the best precision strength, fit, and esthetics.

You’re missing one tooth
If you have only one missing tooth, a dental crown supported by a dental implant is an excellent choice of restoration. Like a natural root, a dental implant provides the foundation for a dental crown. The resulting implant and crown assembly functions very much like the missing tooth did. Ask us if you are a candidate for an implant-supported crown.

You’re missing several teeth
If you are missing multiple teeth, a dental implant bridge is an ideal treatment. There are many different kinds of bridges available; however, an implant-supported bridge is one of the best solutions for beautiful esthetics and optimal function. Like natural roots, dental implants provide the foundation for a dental bridge, and the resulting implant bridge functions very much like the missing teeth did. Ask us if you are a candidate for an implant-supported bridge.

You’re missing all or most of your teeth
Dental implants can be used as an alternative for traditional dentures, removing the need for messy and unreliable denture adhesives, reducing or even eliminating painful denture gum sores, and removing worry over loose dentures slipping or clicking. Dental implants will restore and secure your teeth, giving you the confidence that comes with having fixed, solid teeth again. In some cases, your full dental implant restoration can be completed in one day, including extractions, implant placements, and fixed restorations. If you or your family member are suffering with dentures and looking for an alternative, book a consultation with us to learn more.

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