Dental implants are an attractive option for many patients with missing teeth and will replace your teeth permanently. We can replace a single tooth or several missing teeth in the same visit with the dental implant procedure. This procedure has a high success rate and results look very natural. Missing teeth are more common than most people think. Here are some interesting facts:
Dental implants are made of titanium which makes them resistant to tooth decay and other types of damage. They do not require additional maintenance and are designed to last a lifetime.
Statistics tell us that dental implants have a high success rate and continue to be a viable option for patients with missing teeth. With proper care, they can last your entire lifetime and may be an attractive alternative to dentures, bridges, and other tooth replacement procedures.
Restoring missing teeth with dental implants can restore your smile and make you feel better about your appearance. Enjoy a better quality of life with the right tooth replacement procedure.
Many denture wearers end up switching over to implant supported dentures because they are tired of dealing with dentures that slip or shift when eating or speaking. In some cases, loose-fitting dentures can make noticeable clicking sounds and make it difficult to get through the day without adjusting the dentures. Implant-supported dentures can provide more stability than traditional dentures.
We can place a set of metal bars along the gum line to make sure the dentures are securely fixed to a set of dental implants fused to the jaw. This prevents slipping and increases stability.
These dentures are designed with a ball-and-socket mechanism that attaches the dentures to the implants. This prevents discomfort, slipping, and other complications associated with loose-fitting dentures.
We strive to make all of our periodontal treatments and services as affordable as possible. The cost of treatment will depend on whether you need to get a bone graft or other procedures before dental implant placement. We can review dental implant cost information with you during your consultation. Learn more about our affordability.