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- Preserves jaw and facial structure
- Boost your confidence in your smile
Helps secure existing partials or dentures
Reduces the need for root canals & bridges by preserving tooth structure
Renews your advanced chewing abilities—you do not have to limit your diet to soft foods
Loss of your permanent teeth results in deterioration of your jawbone. When this happens, it reduces your ability to support dental implants. Bone grafting at the time of tooth removal will help preserve your bone for the future and restore bone that has been lost, which in turn provides the implants with a stable foundation.
Surgical Placement of Implants
Implant Supported Overdentures
For some patients, dental implants can be used to support or retain removable partial and full dentures. Implant-supported dentures have special attachments which snap onto the implants, creating a secure fit and a better biting force. This type of denture can be used on both the upper and lower jaw.
Immediate Implant Placement & Temporization
This a common procedure which follows a tooth extraction. It helps to recreate the natural contour of the jaw and gums which may have been lost due to a tooth extraction or bone loss. We will work with you to ensure you receive the treatments you need in order to make your implants a success.