When people imagine dental implants, they usually picture a single tooth option. However, we have alternatives that can address advanced tooth loss. Depending on the state of you smile, we may recommend an implant bridge or denture. Which one will be right for you? How do they differ?
Month: February 2017
Have you lost multiple permanent teeth? Instead of ignoring the issue and allowing complications to develop, such as an aged appearance, why not address the issue? We can use implants to replace multiple teeth, securing lifelike prosthetics and helping you enjoy a healthy and functional smile once again.
A dental implant replaces a lost tooth, helping patients achieve a whole and healthy smile. But how do we restore them? How do we make sure they blend seamlessly with your smile? Using dental crowns, we can offer strong and lifelike restorations.
Did you know that implants date back 4000 years? In ancient China, carved bamboo pegs were used to replace missing teeth. Implants were used in several different ancient cultures, but the modern implant procedure that we use today was actually stumbled upon by accident. Implants are the most advanced and long-lasting tooth replacement procedure available,… Read more »
As the most successful tooth replacement option today, dental implants have enjoyed an astounding 95% success rate in the decades since they were introduced. The biocompatible titanium posts, which serve as prosthetic replacements for lost teeth roots, offer unmatched stability and comfort, as well as improving long-term oral health following tooth loss. However, in rare… Read more »
When a person loses most, or all, of his/her teeth, then dentures are typically recommended. In the past, removable dentures were the only option for restoring patients’ ability to eat and smile. Fortunately, we can offer a more advanced and secure alternative: implant dentures. What benefits do implant dentures off patients?