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Dental implants are used to attach artificial replacement teeth firmly to the bone. Implants can support a single crown, which replaces a lost tooth, or they can serve as anchors for fixed bridges which would replace several missing teeth. Implants can also act as anchors for a removable partial or complete denture.


Restoring Naturally Beautyful, Confident Smiles

Dental Implants offer a solution to missing teeth that is intended to be permanent. For over 30 years, dental implants have brought naturally beautiful, confident smiles to patients. A dental implants is a small titanium screw or cylinder which is surgically placed in the upper or lower jawbone. The implant replaces the root of the missing tooth, providing an anchor for your new tooth/teeth. Many patients choose dental implants over other procedures, because the result is a natural appearance, that is intended to be permanent.

Dental implants have brought naturally beautiful, confident smiles to patients for over 30 years.

Restoring naturally beautiful, confident smiles means more than just restoring teeth; it means restoring and improving your quality of life. With implants, chewing and speech problems caused by missing teeth may be restored or improved and a natural appearance may allow you to enjoy your favorite foods and have the confidence you desire for an active professional and social life.

Implants dentistry is the most advanced therapy available to replace teeth. In addition to looking and feeling like real teeth, dental implants may allow you to:
  • Improve your smile
  • Eat the foods you enjoy
  • Restore chewing for easy digestion
  • Speak with greater ease
  • Restore your facial structure
  • Enjoy an active lifestyle
  • Live with confidence


Dental implants offer solutions for all types of tooth replacements.

Single Tooth And Multiple Tooth Replacement Dental implants replace the tooth root and serve as an anchor, your new tooth/teeth are secured directly on the implant. This treathment allows teeth to be restored naturally, without harming or involving your surounding teeth.

Small metal posts are connected to the implants, allowing the replacement Small metal posts are connected to the implants, allowing the replacement

Implants-Supported Dentures Dental implants can also be placed to anchor and support partial of full dentures, eliminating the need for dental adhesives. Enjoy having the confidence to eat the foods you previously avoided.

Dentures can be supported with either a bar/clip or ball/socket attachment for removal, allowing for regular cleaning.

Traditional procedures
  • Other Options Damage Healthy Teeth

Other options, such as traditional crown and bridge procedures, may involve cutting down healthy adjacent teeth to anchor the restoration.

  • Other Options are Uncomfortable

Appliances that require adhesives may be uncomfortable when eating. In additional, metal clasps may be visible, resulting in poor aesthetics.


Dentist will perform a complete examination involving X-Rays to determine if implants are right for you. Once your specific needs are assesed, your doctor will schedule an appointment for you to come in for a consultation. Together, you will discuss your options and decide which treatment plan is best for you. Depending on your needs, your treatment may be completed in three steps.

  1. The Surgeon places an OSSEOTITE implants into your jawbone. The implant replaces the natural tooth root and provides structural support.
  2. The Restoring Doctor will make models of your mouth. The models will be sent to the laboratory to create your replacement tooth/teeth.
  3. The Restoring Doctor will attach your replacement tooth/teeth. The result may be the look and feel of natural teeth. Chewing and speech may be restored or improved, while bone structure is preserved.

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