Dental Implants

Are you missing teeth?

69% of adults aged 35-44 have lost one or more of their permanent teeth.

Predictable Tooth Replacement

Dental implants are a highly predictable way to replace single missing teeth or multiple missing teeth. Our specialists will work with your restorative dentist to meticulously plan your dental implant case, to ensure a healthy and natural-looking smile.

Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Dental implants look, feel, fit, and function like natural teeth.
  • Dental implants allow you to speak, eat, and smile naturally.
  • Dental implants can last many years, if properly placed and cared for.

Implant-Supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures are the perfect solution for denture-wearers who want a more stable and comfortable restoration. Before the invention of dental implants, a patient who had lost all of his or her teeth was limited to wearing dentures. The instability and unreliable retention of dentures remains an issue for denture-wearers. With as few as two dental implants, our experienced team can help create a denture that snaps securely into place, resulting in amazing stability and restoring function.

Implants vs. Dentures


Implants prevent slippage and hold dentures securely in place.


Implants eliminate painful sore spots caused by denture pressure points.


Implants prevent continued bone loss from denture use and help maintain your natural facial structure.


Implants secure dentures allowing you to naturally pronounce words.

Fewer complications

Fabricating bridgework requires teeth to be ground down. Often these are teeth that have never had the enamel seal broken by a filling or crown. This can open up the tooth to other problems such as decay and the need for root canal treatment. Dental implants do not require altering your natural teeth.

Bridges connect multiple teeth together. This makes bridges harder to clean. Dental implant restorations can keep teeth separated and allow for floss to pass between the teeth.

Removable dentures need to be relined periodically. This is because the denture puts pressure on the supporting gum tissue and underlying bone causing it to be resorbed. Dental implants stress the bone like a natural tooth from the inside in a manner that stimulates the bone to be maintained.

The clasps that anchor partial dentures to your natural teeth places strain on those teeth that can cause them to loosen over time and be lost. Implants stand alone and do not stress your natural teeth.

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