Dental Implants

Dental implants are an optimal replacement for missing teeth in most cases. They function the same way that real teeth do and they are long lasting, with proper care.

Implants are artificial tooth roots that are placed into the jawbone, and they fuse with the jawbone. They provide the same function as natural tooth roots and stimulate the bone just as natural tooth roots do, thereby preventing the jawbone from deteriorating. The implant can be used to build a single tooth crown, support a bridge for multiple missing teeth, or to stabilize a denture.

If a tooth or teeth have been missing for a period of time and some of the bone that supported the tooth (teeth) has resorbed (deteriorated), it can be regenerated through bone and tissue grafts to prepare a strong foundation into which implants can be placed.

Dental implants will look and function just like natural teeth and can successfully replace teeth that have been lost to periodontal disease, decay, accidents or injury.

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