Giving you a complete smile.
Dental implants restore your smile by replacing one or multiple missing teeth. Whether it’s due to injury, tooth decay, or gum disease, our restorative and cosmetic dentistLearn more about our experts is here to help.
Get your complete smile back, and with it, your ability to smile, speak, and eat comfortably. Dental implants are the best way to permanently replace missing teeth with an implant that fuses with the jawbone as an artificial tooth root, plus a custom crown that creates a natural-looking tooth replacement.
Function & Beauty
Your mouth has a significant function in everyday living, from eating and chewing to speaking and smiling. So if you’re looking for the #1 dentist-recommended way to replace lost teeth, then read on to learn about the benefits of dental implants.
Dental implants combine beauty and function to replace missing teeth. The root replacement, AKA implant, fuses with the jawbone to give your new tooth the support it needs. On top, the custom-crafted tooth replacement matches your existing smile and offers a strong, long-lasting restoration.
Our in-office crown machine, plus a close partnership with a professional dental lab, ensure the highest quality tooth restorations. Whether it’s a single replacement with a crown or bridge or a full restoration with All-on-4 implant-supported dentures, the results look and feel natural.
The advanced 3D imaging technology helps our team plan and place the dental implant. A fixed tooth replacement means you won’t have to worry about slipping or ill-fitting dentures. Fixed teeth replacements, help complete your smile so that you can eat your favorite foods again.
Placing Your Implant
Learn how our restorative dentist can restore your smile.
An initial consultation for dental implants at any of our three offices, help determine if you’re a candidate for permanent tooth replacement. You must be in overall good health and have enough jawbone to support the implant.
Our dentistLearn more about our Our dentist inserts the implant (a small metal post) into the socket. This implant fuses with the jawbone and will support the new tooth. Once healed, our dentist attaches a connector called an abutment.
Using our in-house CEREC®Learn more about CEREC® same-day crown machine or an experienced dental lab, we create and attach the tooth replacement. This may be a crown or bridge or full or partial denture, depending on your needs. Enjoy a beautiful and healthy smile!