Why Choose Dental Implants?

Permanent dental implants are not only more stable and dependable than traditional tooth implants, they also feel like natural teeth and are very natural-looking. Most importantly, they work just as well as a real tooth and are fully functional, so you can eat, talk, and smile with confidence. Successful and properly maintained dental implants can help prevent bone loss in the jaw that can occur after tooth loss. Dental implants are a great restorative option for:

  • Single Tooth Replacements– This is a relatively quick and simple procedure, in which one tooth is replaced by an implant.
  • Multiple Tooth Replacements– The implants are placed securely in the jaw, creating a “fixed bridge” that connects to a series of crowns known as a “stable bridge.”
  • Full Arch Replacements– Often referred to as “full mouth restorations,” a full arch replacement is a stable and functional alternative to removable dentures for patients who are missing several or all of their teeth.

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Denture Stabilization

Removable Dentures are a great alternative to fixed dental bridges because they are anchored with dental implants, and are significantly more long-lasting and durable. This option also eliminates the annoyances that come with traditional dentures, because they are more stable and won’t slide or move around in your mouth. With a little practice, you will be able to easily remove and replace your denture for easy cleaning.

GALILEOS 3D X-Rays for Dental Implants

The GALILEOS 3D X-ray imaging system is a powerful and extremely useful diagnostic tool for implant dentistry. It produces high-quality, 3D digital X-rays in seconds. These images can be viewed on a computer screen in a variety of different angles and views, including 2D, 3D and panorama. The images provided by GALILEOS give us a comprehensive view of a patients’ teeth, bones, and nerves and tissues, so our team can create a precise treatment plan for placing the implant. This technology is beneficial for our team, but also patients as well, because everyone can see the treatment process right on our computer screens.

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