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If you're missing teeth or tired of wearing dentures, dental implants may be a solution for you. 

Leaving a missing tooth bare can bring larger health problems in the future, causing bone loss in the jaw and the degradation of your remaining teeth due to atrophy. 

Bridges have been a traditional approach to cover missing teeth, and they are a valid solution for some. However, they do not deal with the problem of eventual bone loss, and depending on the type of bridge, can severely compromise your healthy teeth. 

Implant technology has advanced to allow for a solution that will fit your jaw and your mouth. The result is a bite that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

Dental Implants will allow you to: 

  • Eat the foods you like
  • Speak clearly and easily
  • Chew your meals thoroughly
  • Restore your facial shape
  • Live a fully active lifestyle
  • Improve your smile

Removable Implant-Supported Prosthesis

If you are missing several teeth, and would normally use a denture, you may benefit from a removable implant-supported prosthesis. This solution is sturdier, more functional, and - most importantly - will stop bone loss in your jaw in the places where the prosthetic is placed. 

Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Implants

Q: Is it painful?

A: No, at my office we will use a local anesthetic to place your implant(s). Once the procedure is done, there should be only minor pain for a short duration which can be managed easily with normal pain medication. The healing process will take anywhere from 3-4 weeks, depending upon the extent of your procedure. 

Q: How long does the procedure take?

A: Implants are an individual experience, and every patient has their own needs that take their own time. That said, it is not uncommon for this procedure to take under an hour to complete. 

Q: How do I care for my dental implants?

A: Normal brushing and flossing. Long term success of your dental and implant health require regular dental visits. 

Q: How long do implants last?

A: Well-tended implants last for decades, many have been in place for over 40 years. 

If you have more questions, or think/know you need dental implants CONTACT ME today for a consultation. 


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