Dental Implants 1-2-3
At a Glance
Are dental implants for you? Our dental implants are typically the best solution for anyone who is missing a tooth or has teeth that are failing. Dental implants are tiny titanium posts that are surgically placed into the jawbone to replace those failing or missing teeth. These titanium anchors act as root substitutes. Natural bone bonds with the titanium root, creating a strong foundation for the dental implant. Once the implant has fully healed, a natural, beautiful tooth (crown) will be placed on top of the implant. Getting dental implants are as easy as 1-2-3.
Why consider doing this procedure
Dental implants provide the highest quality option for tooth replacement, and mimic natural teeth.
Dental implants bring back your natural smile and increase confidence by:
- Preventing sever bone loss
- Preventing your teeth from shifting from their ideal position
- Improving the strenght and stability of your bite
- Protecting surrounding, healthy teeth from crowns and a bridge
Dental implants also:
Make you look younger - Dental implant prevent bone loss in your jawbone which helps you maintain a youthful appearance.
Allow you to eat anything - Dental implants act like natural teeth allowing you to enjoy popcorn, steak, and even apples!
Last a long time - While a denture or a bridge typically lasts 7 years, with regular maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime.
Easy to maintain - Unlike other tooth replacement solutions, dental implants are fixed, comfortable, easy to maintain and floss.
Step 1 - Placing the Dental Implant
Your surgeon removes any failing tooth (if present) and places the implant into the jawbone.
Step 2 - Allowing the Dental Implant to heal
It takes about 3 months for the dental implant surgical area to heal and for the dental implant to fully intergrate with the bone.
Step 3 - Placing the new tooth
After the healing process, your dentist will then design, fabricate, and place a beautiful new crown (tooth).
Caring for your new Dental Implants
It is important for you to maintain regular visits to your dentist for inspection and cleaning of your new dental implants.