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Dental implants are great options for replacing missing teeth. A titanium or zirconia screw is placed into the jawbone then your natural bone is allowed to heal around the implant for several months after which a crown is placed. Implants may also be placed to help keep your denture stable from moving excessively while talking or eating. Ideal candidates for implants are in good health and have enough bone to support the implant. During your consultation, we will discuss the best treatment options.
A single tooth implant replaces an individual missing tooth and eliminates the need for a bridge. The crown connects to a metal piece that screws into the implant.
Snap In Overdentures are supported by 2 or more implants. These dentures are more stable and less likely to move around in your mouth which reduces the need for adhesives.
Missing teeth can be replaced in several ways. An implant supported bridge is a dental prosthesis that replaces 2 or more teeth. Unlike a traditional bridge that is supported by natural teeth, an implant supported bridge is anchored in place by dental implants surgically positioned into your jaw bone. Following placement of the implants, they are allowed to fully integrate with your bone for several months then abutments are attached to the top of them that will support the bridge.
Overall, an implant supported bridge is a reliable and long lasting solution for replacing multiple missing teeth. It can improve both the function and appearance of your smile.
All on X Implants is a dental prosthetic procedure supported by 4 to 8 implants. These implants provide permanent long lasting chewing ability and restore your beautiful smile!
Bone grafting can increase bone volume in many areas of the mouth. It is most commonly used following an extraction in preparation for dental implant placement. Following a tooth extraction, bone loss occurs so placing bone graft into the socket immediately after the extraction helps to minimize this bone loss. The most common types of bone used are autogenous (comes from you), allogeneic (from another human), xenograft (cow or pig source), and synthetic (artificially produced).
Ridge augmentation may be needed to correct jaw bone defects to aid in placement of implants. It involves placement of bone to gain the normal contour of both the bone and the gum tissue.
Sinus augmentation involves a procedure where the floor of the maxillary sinus cavity is raised so that bone can be added to increase volume in the premolar and molar regions in preparation for dental implant placement.