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Dental Implants

If you are missing a single tooth, a crown restored dental implant is the most natural looking way to replace it. It functions like a natural tooth and unlike a bridge, it doesn’t involve neighboring teeth. An implant preserves the bone, so naturally looking jaw contours are maintained. What’s more, a single-restored dental implant is much easier to clean and does not catch food like a bridge. And it doesn't get cavities!

Implants to Replace a Single Tooth

If you are missing a single tooth, a crown restored dental implant is the most natural looking way to replace it. It functions like a natural tooth and unlike a bridge, it doesn’t involve neighboring teeth.

An implant preserves the bone, so naturally looking jaw contours are maintained. What’s more, a single-restored dental implant is much easier to clean and does not catch food like a bridge. And it doesn’t get cavities!

Implants to Replace Multiple Teeth

If you're missing multiple teeth, implant supported bridges or individually restored multiple implants can replace them.

Both implant supported bridges and individually restored multiple implants are permanently fixed in your mouth and will not move around like a removable partial denture, giving you complete support and functionality. Plus, they also preserve the remaining jawbone, so ugly indentations leading to unattractive smiles can be prevented. Best yet, dental implants act and look like natural teeth without involving neighboring teeth. Additionally, unlike teeth, dental implants do not get cavities.

Implants to Replace All Teeth

If you're missing all of your teeth, rest assured, you're not alone. In fact, nearly 42% of Americans over 65 have lost all of their teeth. And, know that we can help. Regardless of your age, excluding adolescents, if you are missing all of your teeth, implant supported bridges or dentures can replace them.

Not only do implants provide or support function, but they also preserve the remaining jawbone and reduce the facial effects associated with premature aging due to tooth loss. Dental implants — whether supporting fixed bridges or dentures — improve the ability to chew, to speak, and to smile with confidence!

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