Dental implants may be the right solution for you, if:
You want to revitalize your smile with a natural-looking restoration.
Missing one or more teeth can be unpleasant and uncomfortable. Dental implants are natural-looking prosthetic teeth that effectively restore the gaps in your smile. They look so good that no one else will ever have to know that they’re not your natural teeth.
You want confidence, freedom, and happiness
Nobody should feel ashamed to smile. Smiling is an important social cue that tells the people around you that you’re friendly and approachable. If you’re reluctant to smile because of tooth loss, it can hamper your relationships and damage your professional life. Dental implants are a transformative solution that will give you the freedom to be happier and more confident in your flawless, rejuvenated smile.
You want a solution that will protect your oral health
Dental implants are the only restorative treatment that reverses the damage caused by missing teeth. They achieve this by promoting healthy jawbone growth and by maintaining the position of your remaining natural teeth so they won’t shift around.
You want a lasting, effective outcome for your tooth loss
No other restoration provides you with the freedom and satisfaction you get with dental implants. They even have the potential to last a lifetime when given the proper care. Imagine yourself carefree, happy, and free to smile and eat whatever you want.
Frequently Asked Questions
If I have dentures, can I upgrade to dental implants?
In most cases, yes! Quite a few of our patients have shown interest in upgrading from dentures to dental implants. Implant-supported dentures offer the best of both worlds, combining the convenience of dentures with the stability and long-term health benefits of implants.
If you’ve suffered from bone loss in your jaw or if you have gum disease, a supplemental procedure can prepare you for implant placement.
What if my jawbone isn’t strong enough for dental implants?
A strong, dense jawbone is needed to support dental implants and help them last a long time. Unfortunately, when you lose a tooth, that area of your jawbone loses stimulation and starts to deteriorate. As a result, patients who are missing several teeth can experience significant bone loss in their jaw. If your jawbone lacks the density to support implants, a bone grafting procedure will restore it to full strength and prepare you for surgery.