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If you are suffering from one or more missing teeth, dental implants could be the perfect solution. Dental implants are a permanent restoration for gaps in your smile. If you are interested in dental implants schedule your free implant consultation today!

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a transformative approach to enhancing your smile, restoring missing or damaged teeth, and improving overall oral health. Not only do they remarkably improve the function and appearance of your teeth, but they also help address the most pressing dental concerns. By replacing missing teeth, dental implants can prevent bone loss in your jaw and reduce the risk of adjacent teeth shifting or crowding. They are designed to mimic the structure and function of natural teeth, seamlessly blending in with your smile and enabling you to eat any foods you desire. By integrating with the jawbone, dental implants provide a long-term solution for missing teeth that is both aesthetically pleasing and functional. Moreover, with proper care and maintenance, dental implants are a valuable investment in your overall well-being, offering better oral health, confidence, and quality of life.

Single Implants

If you only need one implant placed, your dentist will perform a single-tooth dental implant. In these cases, a screw-shaped implant is placed in the jaw, followed by a natural-looking crown several months later.

Implant-Supported Bridge

Missing or damaged teeth can lower confidence. An implant-supported bridge can restore your smile and confidence. The procedure involves installing the implants and then placing the bridge once they have fused to the jawbone.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures eliminate the need for messy adhesive. They attach to surgically-placed implants, ensuring a secure fit while speaking, eating, and drinking. With proper care, they can last for years.


Fixed Full Arch

Missing or damaged teeth can lower confidence. An implant-supported bridge can restore your smile and confidence. The procedure involves installing the implants and then placing the bridge once they have fused to the jawbone.

The Implant Process

To ensure that the full process runs smoothly, a patient must follow a certain protocol on their journey to receive dental implants. As part of our process, we consider how an implant might help the patient, as well as what pretreatment requirements might be required in order to ensure a successful outcome. This process is as follows.

Starting with a consultation between the patient and doctor, the journey towards a new smile begins. A consultation offers the opportunity to ask questions and to develop a plan that addresses the specific needs of the patient.

If it is discovered that the patient requires treatment, this must first be completed. Problems like gum disease, poor bone density, untreated injuries, or severely decayed teeth are all treatable and this step must be taken to ensure the patient is in the best condition prior to placement surgery.

After determining the mouth is healthy enough, the placement procedure will take place. The doctor first creates a small incision above the implant placement area. Through this opening, a titanium post will be inserted and anchored to the jawbone. The incision site will then be closed and left to heal for between three and six months.

After having enough time to integrate with the supporting bone structure, the implant post should be stable enough to place an abutment. An abutment acts as the connecting piece between the implant post and dental crown, connecting the entire appliance together. 

Based on the patient and doctor’s consultation, a customized crown is built to match the patient’s preference for color, size, and shape. Once the crown is cemented or screwed into place, the patient will enjoy a strong, healthy, and appealing smile for a lifetime.

Amazing Results with Dental Implants

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Dental Implant FAQ

Dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care. For this reason, it is important that you continue to brush your teeth twice a day and floss once daily. We also recommend that patients continue to see our dentists for preventive care. The healthier your smile, the longer your dental implants are likely to last.

Our team will be able to give you an estimate as to how much your dental implants will cost during a consultation. Your bill for dental implants will include the cost of the abutment, the crown, and any other materials used to reconstruct your smile. Other factors that your bill will be based on include your dental insurance plan and the complexity of your case. Our dentists offer a variety of dental implants so that you can find the implants that meet both your unique dental needs and your budget. 

Ideal candidates for dental implants:

  • Have one or more missing teeth
  • Have adequate bone volume and bone height to support dental implants
  • Do not smoke
  • Are free of gum disease
  • Are in fair overall health
  • Have excellent oral hygiene habits

Even if you do not currently qualify for dental implants, you may qualify in the future after some preparatory dental treatment. For example, you may need a bone graft so your jaw can support the implants. During your consultation, we will frankly tell you whether you are currently a candidate and what you can expect throughout your tooth replacement journey.

Dental implants offer numerous advantages over other restorative options. We believe the top benefit they offer patients is their impact on health. Since the implant consists of a post that embeds into the jawbone, it simulates the advantage of a natural tooth root. In addition to serving as a stable foundation for a tooth, a tooth root serves as a healthy stimulant for the jawbone. By using an artificial implant post, the jawbone is enabled to grow stronger and resist deterioration. Other benefits include improved function, easy maintenance, and a phenomenal appearance.