Are missing teeth causing you to miss out on the things you once loved like eating your favorite foods and talking and smiling with confidence?
Dental implants are a revolutionary tooth replacement method that can replace anything from a single tooth to an entire arch of teeth. We offer in-house dental implant services, which means that we can complete the entire process under one roof. Contact us to schedule your implant consultation!Contact Us
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are titanium posts that replace the roots of missing teeth. They are surgically placed into the jawbone and fuse with the bone over a series of months. Once the posts have fused with the jawbone, our team can attach a variety of tooth restorations onto the posts at the gum line. Implants are a permanent tooth replacement solution that can help you regain a healthy, fully functioning smile!
Benefits of Dental Implants
Wondering if dental implants are the right tooth replacement option for you? Here are just some of the many benefits that dental implants have to offer:
- They’re a permanent, reliable solution for tooth replacement.
- Implants paired with tooth restorations look, feel, and function like natural teeth.
- Implants don’t need additional maintenance. You can brush and floss them as you would your other teeth.
- They help prevent deterioration in your jawbone and preserve your facial shape.
Compatible Tooth Restorations for Dental Implants
Crowns are great options for single-tooth replacement. Using an abutment (connective piece), we can attach the crown to an individual implant to fill in the empty space.
Bridges are prostheses that are made up of at least one replacement tooth in the middle and two dental crowns on either end. Bridges can replace one tooth or multiple missing teeth in a row. The crowns on both ends will attach to implants on either side of the empty space and the replacement teeth will fit snugly in the middle to bridge the gap.
We can create both full and partial dentures that can easily snap onto your dental implants. Usually, full dentures require anywhere from four to eight implants to be properly secured in place. With partial dentures, it can vary depending on how many teeth your denture is replacing.