Dental Implants

Dental implants have revolutionized dentistry in a way that allows for significantly better treatment options.  We can now restore a single missing tooth, several missing teeth, or even an entire arch of missing teeth utilizing implants.  Here are a few options available:

Replacing a single tooth with an implant

Replacing several missing teeth with implants and a bridge

Lower implant overdentures

Upper implant overdentures

Replacing several missing teeth with implants and a partial

Dental Implants for Several Missing Teeth

Treatment alternatives When you’re missing one or more teeth, you have several choices for replacing them: Wear a partial denture Wear a bridge Delay treatment Wear an implant-supported crown or bridge Unlike partial dentures and bridges, an implant replaces the roots of missing teeth, so it helps maintain the health and shape of the jawbone. …

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Implant Bridge

When several neighboring teeth are missing, an implant-supported bridge is an excellent treatment for replacing them. The benefits of implants with a bridge Implants restored with a bridge have several advantages. The implant stops the bone loss that occurs when a tooth is lost, and the bridge prevents the surrounding teeth from shifting into the …

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Implants and Bone Loss

One of the keys to the success of your implant is healthy jawbone. When bone in the jaw has been lost, it may not have enough height and width to securely hold an implant. Diagnosing the health of your jawbone is an important step in planning for stable, secure implants and maintaining a beautiful smile. …

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Lower Implant Overdenture

The benefits of a denture retained by implants Dentures attached to implants have several advantages. The implants slow or stop the loss of jawbone that occurs when teeth are missing. The dentures are stable in the mouth, which makes it more comfortable to talk and chew. And the dentures are removable for easier cleaning and …

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Single Tooth Replacement With Dental Implants

Replacing a single tooth with an implant: Why is it important to replace a single missing tooth? An implant restored with a crown has several advantages. The implant stops the bone loss that occurs when a tooth is lost, and it prevents the surrounding teeth from shifting into the space. Unlike replacing the tooth with …

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Upper Implant Overdenture

When all the teeth in an arch are missing, an excellent treatment for replacing them is a denture secured with implants. The benefits of a denture retained by implants Upper dentures retained by implants have several advantages. The implants slow or stop the loss of jawbone that occurs when teeth are missing. The dentures are …

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