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Dental Implants Services

Dental implants represent one of the most significant advancements in the field of dentistry. They provide a durable, secure, and nearly natural replacement for missing teeth. The services offered under dental implants vary depending on the number of teeth missing and the desired outcome. Here is an overview of why dental implants are a preferred option and a brief introduction to each of the services we offer.

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Why Opt
for Dental Implants?

Natural Appearance and Function: 

Dental implants closely mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth, giving patients the confidence to smile, speak, and eat normally.

Bone Health: 

Missing teeth can lead to bone loss in the jaw. Implants act like natural tooth roots, stimulating the bone and preventing further deterioration.

Durability: 

With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime, making them a cost-effective long-term solution.

Protection of Adjacent Teeth: 

Traditional bridges require grinding down adjacent teeth. Dental implants eliminate this need, preserving the health of your remaining teeth.

Single Tooth
Replacement

For individuals missing just one tooth, Single Tooth Replacement is an optimal solution. This service is suitable for replacing any missing tooth where there is adequate bone support. The process involves placing an implant in the bone, attaching an abutment, and finally cementing a custom-made crown. This method ensures the replaced tooth does not interfere with healthy adjacent teeth.

Multiple Tooth Replacement

In cases where several teeth are absent, Multiple Tooth Replacement offers a comprehensive solution. Implants are placed at the required sites, ensuring the procedure doesn't affect neighboring healthy teeth. After the placement, a custom-made bridge, molded to match the existing teeth, is attached to bring back the integrity of the dental arch.

Implant-Stabilized Denture

For those who have lost all their lower teeth, the Implant-Stabilized Denture can prove transformative. By utilizing just 2-4 implants, a denture can be anchored and stabilized. This method ensures a firm grip, eliminating many of the common discomforts and complaints associated with traditional dentures.

Implant-Supported 
Prosthesis

Implant-Supported Prosthesis, available in both removable and fixed options, caters to those missing all their upper or lower teeth. The removable prosthesis offers flexibility, as it can be easily taken out for cleaning. On the other hand, the fixed prosthesis presents a permanent solution, firmly anchored to the implants. Regardless of the choice between removable or fixed, both options provide robust support, stimulate the jawbone, and prevent further bone loss.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Schedule Your Appointment for Dental Implants at one of our Three locations

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