Replacing Missing Teeth

Dental Implants

Achieve the confidence of a full, healthy smile with dental implants! While a great solution for missing teeth, not everyone is able to have this procedure due each individual’s bone health. Our office will determine if this procedure is right for you.

So how do these implants work? Small titanium posts are placed into the jawbone and bound to the bone to create a foundation for artificial teeth. This process creates a more natural appearance and functioning replacement for missing teeth. Great for cosmetic reasons, but also essential for bone deterioration concerns when teeth are not replaced.

Implant Overdenture

Implant overdenture is great for when patients wish to achieve a full denture without bulky restoration. It connects to dental implants to secure a full denture through a stable connection. While complete dentures can decay quickly and become unstable, implant overdentures do not.

Removable Partial Denture

Don’t be embarrassed by dentures! Old or young, they are a great option for patients missing some or all of their teeth. A removable partial denture is the most effective temporary and economical tooth replacement. They come with clasps to a basic plastic piece with a clip. Grooves and planes may have to be grounded into the surface of your natural teeth to create a foundation for the appliance to stay in place. This piece requires careful and routine care, it must be cleaned after eating or decay will occur. Due to the decay that may occur, removable partial dentures are not recommended as a permanent treatment.

Fixed Bridges

Fixed bridges are essentially multiple crowns fused together and an alternative to removable dentures or implants. This method is permanent and is a great solution to many seemingly irreparable dental problems.

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