Your Most Natural, Most Secure Solution For Replacing Missing Teeth
Truly a technological breakthrough, implants are fast becoming the most popular choice for teeth replacement due to their comfort, stability, and dependability.
Natural teeth work well because they are firmly secured to your jawbone, so there’s no slipping, pinching, or sliding. That’s also the secret to the success, stability, and popularity of today’s dental implants. Strong, stable, and comfortable, an implant is a small, permanent post that bonds to your bone like the roots of a tooth and serves as the foundation for a natural-looking replacement tooth. The beauty of an implant is that it will look and feel almost exactly like a natural tooth—giving you a very good reason to smile.
Looking good and enjoying eating and speaking naturally aren’t the only benefits of implants. Implants mirror the way your natural teeth work, keeping your gums and jawbone healthy, and leaving nearby teeth untouched. Implants are more convenient than removable dentures or bridges because you don’t have to remove them for cleaning or secure them with adhesives. Implants are permanent, and they will last many years, probably a lifetime, and they can make a big improvement in your quality of life, whether you’re replacing a single tooth or using implants to secure a complete denture.
Dental implants have been used successfully for over 50 years. Today, hundreds of thousands of smiles and lives have been improved thanks to their development.
Your dentist will advise you whether you’re a good candidate for dental implants. If so, a small post made of surgical quality titanium will be implanted where your tooth is missing. Your bone will then fuse to the implant. Specially trained experts will handcraft a replacement crown or denture that match the teeth that are missing. Once your implant is ready, the new tooth or teeth will be permanently attached to it. With good care, your new implant will last a lifetime. Multiple implants are used when an entire set of teeth are being replaced.
If an implant is the solution that’s right for you, we’ll make it affordable with a choice of payment options. We also accept most dental insurance and offer a dental discount program for patients without insurance.