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Dental Implants

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Dental implants are a permanent solution to replace missing teeth and act just like a normal tooth. Implants are surgically placed into the jawbone and provide a strong foundation for replacing missing teeth. Once placed, they can last a lifetime with proper care and maintenance. Implants can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or to secure dentures. They can also be used to improve the appearance of the smile and restore functionality to the mouth.

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Reasons why to get Dental Implants over other Restorative Methods

There are several reasons: Dental implants are the closest thing to natural teeth. Why grind down and sacrifice the structure of surrounding good teeth to bridge a space? In addition, removing a denture or a partial at night may be inconvenient, not to mention that dentures that slip can be uncomfortable and rather embarrassing. Partial dentures clip to adjacent teeth for support. Those teeth are then at risk for decay, wear and loosening over time.

Types of Dental Implants

Single Tooth Dental Implant

A single dental implant topped with a crown is a great solution for a single missing tooth. Dental implants are strong, retain bone structure, and are as easy to maintain as real teeth. A top quality crown blends seamlessly with your natural teeth, creating a highly aesthetic and functional smile.

Full Bridge-Dentures

The Full-arch Restoration Treatment Procedure is a unique implant solution that allows patients who are missing all of their upper or lower teeth to replace a full arch of teeth using only 4 implants as “anchors” for the full restoration. This technique offers many advantages over traditional dentures.

Implant-Supported Bridges

An implant supported bridge is a dental bridge that is secured to two or more dental implants rather than relying on the adjacent natural teeth for support. When a bridge uses natural teeth for attachment, the teeth must be prepared (shaved down) for crowns.  Once the bridge is placed, the natural teeth will be subjected to increased stress that can be damaging - particularly if the existing tooth, roots, or surrounding bone structure are already compromised.

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