Dental Implants Can Make Your Smile Great Again

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Dental Implants are the new standard of care for tooth replacement, which enable you to avoid or replace removable dentures. They are not a transplant. Implants are an artificial replacement for your own teeth.

Types of Dental Implants

There are several categories of dental implants. Each implant serves its’ own special scenario. Using X-rays of your mouth, we can determine what kind of implant will best suit your needs. With these X-rays we can determine the amount of bone remaining and the space available for implants. After the examination, we can suggest the right type of implants for your mouth.

Dental Implant Success Rates

small dental implantsDental implants are becoming more and more widely used by dentists worldwide. Success rates have skyrocketed in the past few years, and people are finding new comfort and confidence in replacing their missing teeth with implants.

Our Cone Beam CT scan machine allows us to evaluate the site of implant placement for adequate bone volume, quality, and density; avoiding nerves and other intricate anatomy of the jaw bone; even picking the exact angle, width, and length of the implant that would be best for your specific case.

For additional information, visit the website of the The Institute for Dental Implant Awareness (IDIA), a non-profit corporation providing independent, authoritative and objective information on the benefits of dental implants as an alternative treatment option for tooth replacement.

Worried about the procedure being painful or uncomfortable? We offer sedation options to help patients feel at ease while we restore their smile. Never be afraid of the dentist again!

Case Study: Brian D.

briand's dental implantsOne of Brian’s lower right molars had been missing for several years. The other lower right molar was broken and non-restorable. After a thorough examination, we decided that dental implants would be the best solution. 3-D planning imagery from our Cone Beam CT scan machine in the office allowed us to determine the best position for the dental implants. We also created a surgical guide for implant placement using this scan.

Case Study: Reggie R.

reggier's dental implantsWhen Reggie first came to our office, he had two badly infected upper front teeth. Through a process involving extractions, bone grafting, and braces, we were able to get Reggie to a point that dental implants were a great option to replace his missing front teeth. This case was also performed using a surgical guide generated from our 3D cone beam CT and digital planning capabilities.

 

Are your teeth similar to what Brian’s or Reggie’s were? We can help! Contact us today for a consultation. We’d love to help you love your smile again!