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A Permanent Solution for Missing Teeth

A missing tooth creates a gap in your smile, affects your ability to chew properly, which impacts your diet and nutrition, and alters the shape of your face making you appear aged. As if that weren’t enough, did you know it can also lead to bone loss? When a tooth falls out, the jawbone beneath it shrinks, or atrophies, and becomes brittle due to a lack of exercise. Fortunately, you can reclaim your smile with dental implants. A dental implant, sometimes called an esthetic or cosmetic implant, involves placing a tiny titanium post that fuses with your jawbone and supports a crown or bridge for permanent, natural-looking results that function just like your original teeth.
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How do
Dental Implants Work?
Many people are surprised at how simple dental implant surgery is and sometimes they’re afraid to look into the procedure because they let their imaginations run wild. The truth is, most patients experience no pain during cosmetic implant surgery and very minimal discomfort afterwards.
Benefits of a Dental/Cosmetic Implant
  • Replaces one or more missing teeth
  • Maintains your bone
  • Restores your smile
  • Allows you to chew properly
  • Takes years off your appearance
  • Doesn’t come loose like dentures
Dental Implants
Dental implants are replacements for the root portions of your teeth and are placed directly into your jawbone while you’re numb and relaxed. The implants are made using commercially pure titanium or titanium alloys since titanium fuses easily with the bone through a process called osseointegration. The implant is engineered in a way that maximizes its “surface area to bone” contact. This is achieved by giving the implant a spiraling shape (similar to a screw) with multiple threads and by microscopically altering or roughening its surface. These two methods give the implant stability and allow it to be fit precisely, which is crucial in initiating healing and fusion. Once the bone bonds with the implant, we can attach lifelike dentures to for a simple crown or bridge replacement system.
Before & After
Before and After Dental Implant
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More than 35 million Americans are missing all of their teeth in one or both jaws.
Dental implants have a success rate of over 98%.
Approximately three million people have dental implants and the number is continuing to skyrocket.
Don’t let missing teeth hold you back! Enhance your smile and quality of life with dental implants.