Dental Implants

With Dental Implants, individual teeth or several teeth can be replaced to give you the same appearance and confidence of natural teeth.  If you have problems with your dentures or you are missing teeth, Dental Implants may be the solution.  Our doctors and staff are certified both in implant placement and restoration, so your care is performed right here in our office.

Dental Implants are small fixtures placed in your jawbone to support individual teeth or a denture. 

The procedure is performed in our office using local anesthesia.  Modern advances have minimized the time and expense involved in this procedure.  Postoperative discomfort is usually insignificant. Implant supported teeth look and function like natural teeth.  Dental Implants save your healthy teeth.  You don't risk losing the teeth adjacent to a missing tooth like you might with a bridge because an implant-supported tooth does not attach to adjacent teeth.

Are You A Candidate For Dental Implants?

  • Are your dentures uncomfortable?

  • Are your gums sore and irritated?

  • Do you avoid laughing or smiling because of a loose denture?

  • Do you have trouble chewing your favorite food?

Dental Implants can solve these problems and restore your confidence.  You will be pleasantly surprised at the ease of the procedure, and affordability.

 Fixed Full Arch Restoration;  this device attached permanently by the dentist, and is removed for cleaning twice per year at the dental office.

Fixed Full Arch Restoration;  this device attached permanently by the dentist, and is removed for cleaning twice per year at the dental office.

 Removable implant supported dentures are an excellent, affordable option for anyone who is currently without teeth, or is unhappy with their teeth and want to start over with a brand new smile.

Removable implant supported dentures are an excellent, affordable option for anyone who is currently without teeth, or is unhappy with their teeth and want to start over with a brand new smile.

How long will it last?

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