Dental Implants

A tooth implant provides a strong foundation for permanent or removable replacement teeth, and is made to match your natural teeth.

​Dental implants are by far the best and longest lasting way to replace missing teeth. Not only do implants have a documented success rate of over 95%, they also help preserve tooth-supporting bone that naturally deteriorates when a tooth is lost. Dental implants will never decay or need root canal treatments, and they feel just like your natural teeth.

A dental implant is a small, screw-shaped titanium post that replaces the root of a missing tooth. The implant is then topped with a lifelike crown, which is custom-made to match your existing natural teeth. The minor surgical procedure usually requires only local anesthesia.

Implants can replace missing teeth in a variety of ways:

Replace One Tooth —This treatment choice has the highest success rate, making it the best long-term investment for replacing a single missing tooth.

Replace Multiple Teeth — Implant teeth can act as supports for fixed bridgework. If you are missing three teeth in a row, we can place two implants: one on either side of a center crown with no implant.

Replace All Teeth Permanently — Implants can support an entire arch of replacement teeth that are never removed. Sometimes the new teeth can be supported by as few as 4 implants.

Support Removable Dentures —Traditional dentures accelerate bone loss, causing dentures to slip. Attaching removable dentures onto implants prevents slipping and preserves bone.

Dental Implants

A tooth implant provides a strong foundation for permanent or removable replacement teeth, and is made to match your natural teeth.

​Dental implants are by far the best and longest lasting way to replace missing teeth. Not only do implants have a documented success rate of over 95%, they also help preserve tooth-supporting bone that naturally deteriorates when a tooth is lost. Dental implants will never decay or need root canal treatments, and they feel just like your natural teeth.

A dental implant is a small, screw-shaped titanium post that replaces the root of a missing tooth. The implant is then topped with a lifelike crown, which is custom-made to match your existing natural teeth. The minor surgical procedure usually requires only local anesthesia.

Implants can replace missing teeth in a variety of ways:

Replace One Tooth —This treatment choice has the highest success rate, making it the best long-term investment for replacing a single missing tooth.

Replace Multiple Teeth — Implant teeth can act as supports for fixed bridgework. If you are missing three teeth in a row, we can place two implants: one on either side of a center crown with no implant.

Replace All Teeth Permanently — Implants can support an entire arch of replacement teeth that are never removed. Sometimes the new teeth can be supported by as few as 4 implants.

Support Removable Dentures —Traditional dentures accelerate bone loss, causing dentures to slip. Attaching removable dentures onto implants prevents slipping and preserves bone.

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