Implants

A missing tooth or teeth can drastically affect your smile’s appearance, taking away your desire to smile, laugh or even open your mouth for fear of embarrassment. The solution for missing teeth is Dental Implants.

When you’re missing a tooth or teeth, the vacant area can even have a negative impact on your ability to pronounce certain words and eat certain kinds of food. Get that much-needed dose of self-confidence by taking advantage of the best dental implant services possible. 

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are surgically installed prosthetic teeth that offer you a more permanent, effective, and great-looking solution to missing areas in your smile. Dental implants are custom-tailored to fit your specific oral dimensions, creating a beautiful-looking tooth that conforms to the texture, color, and natural symmetry of your existing teeth. Unlike bridges, which depend on the adjacent teeth for support, implants are designed to match your existing bone structure and are surgically placed within your gums and jawbone, creating a strong foundation that lasts for many years to come.

How do I know if an implant is what I need?

Our doctors and their devoted team enjoy providing their patients with long-lasting teeth that both look and feel natural, and we can quickly determine if dental implant technology is right for you! 

Will a dental implant fix my smile?

Boost your self-esteem, improve your comfort and defend your oral health by trusting a method proven to succeed. Our doctors provide dental implant procedures that are safe and performed with the precision and the care you deserve. You can feel at ease knowing your teeth are in the hands of our superior dental professionals, people that genuinely care about the future of your teeth.

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How Dental Implants Work

If you are interested in getting dental implants, your dentist and dental team can educate you before making a decision. This will help you learn about the advantages and disadvantages so that you can decide if this is right for you. The first thing to know is how a dental implant is constructed. It consists of three separate pieces:

The Implant

The first piece is the titanium implant. This is surgically implanted into your jaw bone and given three to six months to fuse with existing bone mass. Once the process of osseointegration is complete, the implant will act just like a natural tooth root and hold the rest of the structure in place.

The Abutment

Once the implant has become integrated with the jaw bone, a second short surgery is performed to uncover it so that the abutment can be attached. The abutment is a small piece of metal that protrudes above the gum line to hold the crown in place.

The Crown

The final step in the procedure is to attach the dental crown. The dental crown is a small piece of porcelain that looks just like a natural tooth. In addition to giving a natural appearance, the crown also enables the implant to bite and chew food effectively.

Will an implant improve my dental health?

While traditional options such as dentures and fixed bridges pose potential risks of complication, dental implants actually work to promote better oral health. The presence of natural teeth or implants helps stabilize bone and tissue levels to prevent additional tooth loss. Additionally, the titanium structure is resistant to decay. This means that the only part of the implant that may need replacement is the dental crown. Patients can replace missing teeth with dental implants and help to improve their overall dental health.

Dental implants are a favored method of replacing missing teeth. If you feel that you may benefit from this procedure, contact us to learn more about dental implants today.

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