Over 20 years experience placing dental implants
Dental implants have become the preferred option of patients to replace single and multiple teeth. Our team will work together with your restorative dentist to develop a treatment plan that provides you with the best option that fits your needs.
Why Choose Dental Implants?
For replacing a single tooth, implants provide much better function compared to traditional options such as dental bridges. Implants do not slip or rock-like partials or dentures and are also the preferred option when replacing multiple teeth.
Patients who have chosen dental implants report an incredibly high quality of life over those who chose fixed bridges, partial dentures or removable dentures. They eliminate the daily frustrations and discomfort of dentures. Unlike fixed bridges or removable dentures, implants do not affect the health of your neighboring teeth or lead to bone loss in the jaw.
With dental implants, there is nothing removable to irritate your gums or impact your speech. Caring for your implants is simple. There is no overnight care, no adhesives, no mess. Simply brush and floss like natural teeth.
Dental Implant Options
Single tooth implant
Single-tooth implants are best when one (or multiple) natural teeth have been compromised.
Implant bridges are better than traditional dental bridges as they do not compromise the health of natural teeth.
Overdentures snap in and lock into the implants. They can easily be taken off and put back on by the patient.
Hybrid Implant Dentures
Hybrid dentures are fixed in place. To clean, your general dentist will remove during your regular cleanings.
If you’re interested in dental implants, be sure to schedule a consultation to discuss your options. At the consultation, your oral surgeon will take a 3D scan of your mouth to create a treatment plan for your procedure. If you have enough bone remaining in your jaw, the consultation, extraction of the existing tooth, and the implant can be done in one, convenient visit.
Length of Procedure
The length of your procedure will vary based on your treatment. In addition to the time spent during the procedure, you can also expect to be in our office an additional thirty minutes to one hour for consultation and in-office recovery time.