What is an Implant?

A dental implant is an excellent treatment for replacing missing teeth. An implant is a small, titanium post that replaces the roots of a missing tooth. A custom-fitted artificial tooth, called a restoration, is secured to the implant. 

The Benefits of an Implant

 An implant has several benefits. Much like the roots of natural teeth, it stimulates the jawbone while chewing; this preserves the jawbone and keeps it healthy. An implant, and its restoration, looks and feels much like natural teeth.

With good homecare and regular visits in our office, an implant can be an excellent long-term solution for missing teeth.

Implants can support different types of restorations, such as a single crown, bridges and full-arch dentures.

Diagnosis and Treatment

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Missing Teeth

Placing an implant can involve several phases and treatment times can vary. We would first determine if you are a candidate for implant placement by reviewing your health history as well as performing a comprehensive examination to check the health of your gums and jawbone. We would also determine if any additional procedures, such as bone grafting or gum surgery, would be necessary.

To begin the treatment, a space is made in the jawbone and the implant is placed into the prepared space. Over the next several months, the implant will become secured by fusing to the bone. The last step is the attach the new restoration to the implant.

All-on-4/Teeth in a day

State of the art technology and a cutting-edge technique can help replace ill-fitting dentures, missing teeth or failing dentition. When you receive All-on-4 implants or Teeth In A Day, in most cases we can bypass the long wait by placing dental implants and securing natural-looking teeth to them during the same procedure. By working closely with our surgeon, we can provide beautiful results and ensure years of confident smiles. If you have missing teeth, are unhappy with your existing dentures and are interested in All-on-4 implant retained restorations, please contact our office.