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Dental Implants Can Change Your Life
Whether you’re living with missing teeth, currently wearing uncomfortable dentures, or are searching for a tooth loss replacement, dental implants are one of the best solutions. Dental implants are similar to natural teeth because they work as artificial tooth roots to secure replacement teeth to the jaw. They fit, feel, and function, similarly to natural teeth.
With dental implants, you can eat, smile, and laugh with confidence that your replacement teeth will stay in place. You won’t have to deal with any discomfort or pressure sores caused by ill-fitting dentures. Dental implants fuse to the jaw bone cells for strong, durable, long-lasting results. Fusing to the jaw bone also helps prevent bone loss that can cause premature aging and a collapsed facial appearance.
Dental implants don’t require messy adhesives to keep your replacement teeth in place. We can also provide fixed dentures, a dental crown, or a bridge that stays in place so you never have to experience a toothless smile again.
Dental implants offer a high success rate with an average success of 95%. With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last long and for some, they last for life.
Not only are dental implants highly durable, comfortable, and functional, but our team also ensures your replacement teeth look as beautiful and aesthetic as possible. We custom-design your replacement teeth with the right color, size, and shape to complement your overall appearance. Once we’re finished with your treatment, you will have a gorgeous smile that helps you feel confident at all times.
Dental Implants Provide Beautiful Results and Confidence
Are Dental Implants Right For Me?
We can help you replace single or multiple teeth, or an entire arch of teeth with dental implants. During a consultation with Dr. Hill or Dr. Amorin, you will learn if you’re a good candidate for dental implants and how many implants you need to replace your missing teeth.
Typically, full arch replacements will require the support of at least 4 to 6 dental implants.
If you’re a good candidate for dental implants, we’ll proceed with your procedure. Some patients may require a bone graft or the use of mini implants to support insufficient jaw bone.
To begin your implant procedure, first, we will place the dental implant in your jaw. The dental implant is a screw that acts as a tooth root for your replacement teeth and is permanently attached to the jaw. While your jaw heals, you will wear temporary replacement teeth.
Once you’re healed, we will attach your permanent restoration (either a crown, bridge, or dentures) to the dental implants using abutments (a piece that connects the implants to the restoration). Then, you will leave our office with a confident, secure new smile!