Dental implants are a replacement for the roots of missing teeth. Made of titanium, the implant is surgically placed in the jawbone. Over time, the new implant actually fuses with the bone, acting as a natural tooth. After the healing process, a crown or artificial tooth is bonded to the root, matching the color and shape of your existing teeth.
Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth, several teeth in a row, or be used to support removable dentures. The use of implants with these traditional devices improves fit, adds strength, and reduces movement of artificial replacements. Each of these types helps to preserve jawbone shape.
Dental implants are the replacement that most mimics natural teeth.They have strength and durability that previously didn’t exist in tooth replacement and are designed to last a lifetime.
Missing teeth make eating difficult, change your face shape, and take away your desire to smile. Even worse, missing teeth can be the gateway for a host of serious oral health issues. The gap left between your teeth can be a trap for bacteria and plaque. Your existing teeth will shift to fill the empty space creating gaps and crooked teeth. The gumline often recedes, inviting periodontal disease. You can even suffer from jawbone deterioration. Replacing your missing teeth is not all about your appearance. It is an important way to protect your oral health.
Secure your dentures the same day with dental implants. Traditional and mini implants placed. Insert your dentures and you will be eating by tonight! We offer permanent dentures, hybrid overdentures and snap on dentures.
Dental implants are a groundbreaking advancement in tooth replacement. Finally, dental professionals can work to address the problems missing teeth cause below the gumline and produce a beautiful lasting solution. As the technology becomes more advanced, guided surgery improves the final appearance of replacements and increases eligibility for the procedure.