With a growing number of missing teeth in the United States, we are constantly looking to perfect our way of restoring those natural teeth so that you can resume a normal oral health. We want you to have a restoration that will last: a restoration that will make your mouth healthier, rather than weaker. That’s why we turn to dental implants. Dental implants have changed the way we think about restoring missing teeth, largely because they are the closest thing to natural teeth that we have available.
Some dental restorations only restore the crown of the tooth. This leaves lots of room for problems under the gum line. Without a tooth root to stimulate it, the jawbone will begin to lose mass, which makes it more difficult to restore teeth later on. A dental implant goes directly into the jawbone, replacing the tooth root, and maintaining bone mass in the jaw. Not to mention the fact that dental implants are far more comfortable than any other type of restoration because the implant itself feels so much like a natural tooth!
Placing a dental implant is considered oral surgery, but it is virtually pain-free, especially with our precise placement plan. We take CT images of your jaw so that we know exactly where the implant should go. We don’t have to open you up in order to place the implant. All we need to do is create a small hole and send the implant down into a secure position. With this precision, we are able to avoid painful placements that will leave you sore for days. Instead, you will be ready for work the next morning!
A dental implant is, by far, the best restoration available. We are able to place individual implants, or several implants at a time. Once the implant is in, we know you will agree that this is the best thing you could have done for your smile! The natural look, feel, and function of the dental implant is what makes the difference! Contact us today to learn more about dental implants, and let us know how we can help you get the smile of your dreams!