Achieve the Smile You’ve Always Wanted
A New Smile with Implants
Implants have changed the scope of dental care and provided both dental professionals and their patients a new avenue in full mouth restoration. Patients do not have to accept their edentulous fate and can change their smiles for the better with just a few well-placed implants. Each implant is made up of three parts: a fixture, an abutment and a prosthesis or crown.
The fixture is the small, screw shaped piece placed below the gumline and directly into the jawbone. This part of the implant acts like a tooth’s root and gently fuses into the surrounding bone as the area heals. The abutment is screwed into the fixture and extends beyond the gum line and acts as the connector between the fixture and the selected prosthesis. The prosthesis is the visible part of the implant that looks and acts like your natural teeth. Whether it’s an individual crown or a denture prosthesis secured by your implants, your prosthesis provides the gorgeous smile you’ve been looking for.
Changing Your Life with Dental Implants
Tooth loss is not limited to elderly individuals, instead it can affect people of all ages. Reasons for tooth loss include: gum disease, tooth decay, trauma, poor nutrition, smoking, and diabetes.
These ailments can result in patients loosing most or all their teeth and leave them looking for full mouth solutions. Dentures are often the go-to solution for those suffering from missing teeth. While they may hide smile imperfections, dentures are often known to feel uncomfortable and over time will lose their perfect fit. They often require extensive maintenance, such as daily cleaning and adhesives to make them secure. Patients complain of having to replace their dentures due to normal wear and tear, or even due to loss. Full mouth dental implants, full arch dental implants, and implant supported dentures offer a dependable alternative to dentures.
Implants require similar care to natural teeth and can last up to 30 years! In addition to solving the problem of missing teeth, dental implants are known to provide support to the surrounding oral structures such as bone and gums. Full mouth dental implants and full arch dental implants will restore your smile and bring you the confidence you’ve always dreamed of.
We invite you to learn about the process of receiving dental implants in our office, the long-lasting, functional, and healthy alternative to removable dentures.
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