Implants & You
Ask yourself the following questions:
- Are you missing one or more of your natural teeth?
- Do you have a complete or partial denture that is no longer completely comfortable?
- Have you ever been embarrassed by a denture or a bridge?
If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, ask us today to schedule an evaluation appointment. We would be pleased to evaluate your oral health and discuss treatment options with you.
Implants are a standard of care in today’s dentistry.
Implants are the most advanced tooth replacement system ever devised
Implants are a true investment in overall health, appearance and well being.
Implants help preserve the jawbone to prevent the appearance of premature aging.
Implants look and function like natural teeth.
Implants represent a conservative treatment option that doesn’t compromise adjacent teeth.
Implants most cost effective in the long run.
Implants have approximately a 95% success rate.
Implants allow you to eat foods you love and talk, smile and laugh with confidence.
Implants provide stability for a lower denture.
Implants can completely eliminate the need for a denture.
Implants can help people of any age.
Implants give patients a third set of teeth that are natural looking and very long lasting.
Implants are placed/restored in the doctor’s office with minimal discomfort.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
Dental implants replace the form and function of missing teeth. They support replacement teeth in virtually the same way that your natural tooth root supports your natural teeth.
Various replacement options are possible:
Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth, so that grinding down or altering adjacent teeth is no longer necessary.
Dental implants can be used as anchors to support a fixed bridge.
Dental implants can support loose teeth by being splinted to them.
Dental implants can support replacement teeth for an entirely toothless jaw
Dental implants can provide stability for a complete denture, thereby eliminating unsightly moving and clicking associated with dentures
Dental Implants are actually an amazing procedure, actually giving you a second chance for your teeth!