If you have missing teeth, you don’t have to suffer any longer and don’t have to settle for anything but the highest quality implant treatment.
Dental implants are an ideal dental treatment for one or more missing teeth helping you restore health, appearance and function - and most importantly, your beautiful smile! Dental implants have come a long way from being just a traditional restorative option to a permanent and natural-looking replacement missing teeth.
Enhance your smile and your quality of life with dental implants. A dental implant is a highly engineered titanium post which is placed into the jaw bone in much the same way as a natural tooth root.
What can dental implants do for your oral health?
Do you suffer from missing, loose or badly damaged teeth that make it difficult to chew and eat and embarrassing to smile? Dental implants can give you new, beautiful and permanent smile.
With dental implants, you will have the ability to provide the strongest foundation for crowns, bridges and dentures. With proper care, dental implants can provide a lifetime of confident, healthy smiles.
Benefits of dental implants:
- Bite, chew, smile and laugh again with complete confidence
- Taste food in a whole new way
- No more denture adhesives
- No more embarrassing moments
- No more infected or missing teeth
What happens during dental implants procedure?
Enjoy a lifetime of confident, healthy smiles. Dental implants are a safe, effective and permanent treatment aimed to replace one or more missing teeth.
The implant is a small, titanium post placed into the jawbone. A custom-made porcelain tooth (or set of teeth) is attached to the implant. The implant has an acid etched and sandblaster surgery which allows the bone adhere to the implant during the healing period.
Approximately, two to four months after the initial placement, the implant is well healed and is as stable and solid as a natural tooth root.
Who qualifies for dental implants?
Generally speaking, good candidates for dental implants are individuals in good general and oral health. Having adequate bone in your jaw is important to support the implant. The best candidates for dental implants are people who have healthy gum tissues that are free of periodontal disease.
Recovering from dental implants
Home routine brushing and flossing are important to keep food debris and plaque from forming around the dental implant. After getting a dental implant, routine maintenance care at home and at the dental office is vital to avoid infection.