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Four implants are placed and act as support for a full zirconia bridge. This restoration option is permanent and will look and feel like your natural teeth.
After placing multiple implants, full arch porcelain crowns are placed to restore your smile. Crowns can be either screw-retained or cemented to replace your missing teeth permanently.
Multiple mini implants can be placed in order to provide immediate stability to loose fitting upper and lower dentures.
Never be without your teeth! This is a milled temporary restoration made out of acrylic material. After extractions, implants, and other surgical procedures, temporary bridges can be inserted the same day while you heal for your permanent restoration.
The main benefits of using computer-guided surgery include precise and accurate implant placement which allows for the best restorative outcome. Using a surgical guide to place your dental implants allows our dentists to reduce the amount of time it takes to place the implants, making it easier for our patients. We can create the most ideal treatment plan for each patient prior to the procedure taking place. We have 3D technology, 3D printers and CT scans in our office and on our onsite digital lab, making the process easy and predictable while giving our patients the best possible outcome each and every time. We can create temporary teeth prior to the procedure so that once the implants are placed we can insert the teeth during the same visit.
Same day implants, same day teeth, we make it all possible.
Dental implants are changing the way people live. For patients with missing teeth, dental implants can provide patients the ability to eat virtually anything and allow them to smile with confidence. Dental implants can be used to replace one or more missing teeth, and they can also be used to secure dentures. Implants are titanium posts that get inserted into the jaw bone. After the implant bonds with the existing bone to provide a solid foundation, the replacement tooth looks, feels and function like a normal tooth. Furthermore, implants prevent the bone deterioration that typically results when a tooth is missing.