Dental implants provide more than a long-lasting solution for missing teeth.
Thanks to great strides made in dental education and technology, dental professionals today are able to offer solutions to oral health problems that are more comfortable, natural looking and feeling, and have the ability to last a lifetime. There is one solution in particular that receives the highest recommendations from both doctors and patients, and that solution is dental implants. Implants offer an unmatched level of security because they mimic your tooth roots, which keeps your jawbone strong, preserves your facial aesthetics, and allows you to eat your favorite foods and smile with confidence!
Your teeth are more than meets the eyes; what you see is usually limited to your enamel-coated crowns. Within your gums are roots, which hold firm in your jawbone—ideally.
If you’ve experienced extensive decay, infection, or a traumatic injury, you may be faced with the need for tooth replacement. Crowns, bridges, and dentures are traditional restoration and replacement methods.
While these methods can work wonderfully for a good length of time, we know that dental implants can provide the highest level of security and comfort—potentially for a lifetime!
If you’re one of the 36 million Americans living without any natural teeth, you might feel there’s no hope for your smile, but we’d love to show you there is!
If you’ve been living with dentures you wish were more comfortable and secure, we can provide relief and build your confidence by stabilizing your denture with implants.
Implant-supported dentures offer the same beneficial root replacement that will keep your jawbone strong, which allows you to maintain a healthy diet and your normal speech patterns.
Jawbone deterioration can happen as a result of certain medical conditions or oral infections, which may make traditional implant placement less successful. Luckily, there are solutions!
Mini implants are an option for folks with less jawbone density. One difference between standard and mini implants is the size, but they can still secure crowns, bridges, and dentures.
Another difference lies in the end of the titanium post, which features a ball and socket that the replacement tooth or teeth attach to, instead of being secured to an abutment.
Schedule a consultation to find out whether mini implants could work for you.
We want your dental appointments to be free from anxiety from start to finish—from the moment you contact us to schedule to the moment you’re heading back to your busy life after your appointment. For your relaxation, we offer flat-screen TVs or music you can focus on while we work.
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Advanced technology offers more comfortable experiences and precise treatment planning. We utilize pain-free dental injections, intraoral cameras, and digital x-rays in our offices.