You expect your teeth to last a lifetime. If they don’t, you’ll want durable, comfortable replacements that are as easy to maintain as your natural teeth.
Dental implants are not limited to patients who only need to replace one tooth, or even two or three. Implant posts can hold individual crowns or anchor bridgework or dentures. I may even combine several approaches to develop a customized treatment plan for you.
Every patient is unique, but the positive aspects of living with dental implants are universal.
- Bone retention in your jaw. Dental implants keep your bone healthy by acting as your natural tooth root would, stimulating the bone to reduce potential for degeneration.
- A long-lasting result. With proper care and maintenance, dental implants are incredibly secure and durable.
- No need for fixatives. Since an implant anchors a restoration, no clasps or adhesives are necessary, and healthy surrounding teeth aren’t altered. Instead, implants stand alone.
- A natural look and feel. Dental implant restorations blend seamlessly with surrounding teeth, and with the sturdy anchor of the implant post, you’ll never worry over potential chewing mishaps.