The Basics of Dental Implants
What are Dental Implants?Dental Implants are natural looking and functioning artificial teeth. They provide a very effective means to replace one or more missing or failing teeth. Dental implants can take the form of single teeth, multiple teeth, entire rows of teeth (called arches), or implant-supported dentures.
Why Dental Implants?Dental implants are the most significant innovation of the dental field, and are the next best thing to natural teeth. Compared to dental implants, dental restorative procedures such as fixed bridges, or removable partial dentures, have higher failure rate (about 30%). Dental Implant success rates are 95% or better, based on more ...
Treatment OptionsDental implant treatment options vary depending on the number of missing teeth, failing teeth, and jaw bone health. Our offerings can be grouped into 4 different solutions.
Jaw Bone HealthOne of the biggest fall outs from missing or failing teeth is the lack of stimulation of the jaw bone in the gap between teeth. Like other bones in your body, the jawbone needs stimulation in order to maintain it’s self. When they are not stimulated through the pressures created by chewing food,
FAQsHere are the most common questions that people have in regards to dental implants.