Dental Implants

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Saving Your Smile

Dental implants help restore your smile when you need a tooth replacement or have a denture that needs support.

A dental implant is a screw-like fixture that is placed in your jaw bone and provides a sturdy base for restorations such as crowns and bridges. Modern dental implants have been used successfully for many years, and they provide the strongest and most reliable support for replacement teeth.

We use cutting-edge equipment and methods such as 3D imaging technology, computer guided surgery, and a highly capable digital design team to save your smile and make the implant process as accurate and seamless as possible.

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Treatment Planning

Reduced Error Margin
Eliminate all guesswork from your implant planning process. We use CBCT (3D) data and state of the art implant planning software with a top-to-bottom approach to make sure our patients get the optimal clinical and aesthetic results.

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did you know?

Approximately half a million people go through a dental implant procedure every year. It’s more common than you may think! If you’re considering dental implants, talk to us about it. We’re here to answer all of your questions and help you through the process. 

Dental Implants

Frequently Asked Questions

The best way to understand it is to think of it as an artificial tooth root. A dental implant integrates with your natural bone to be able to support the artificial tooth that screws in. 

You’d get a dental implant if you’re missing a tooth (or multiple teeth).If you have a prosthesis like a denture or a partial denture that just doesn’t fit, implants can be a solution. Implants not only serve as an excellent single tooth replacement option, but also as a way to maintain bone while supporting a denture.

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