There is no better long-lasting method to replace missing teeth than dental implants. When a tooth is lost, the bone that supports the tooth naturally deteriorates, so a dental implant is a great way to maintain the health of that bone.
What is a Dental Implant?
A dental implant is a medical-grade titanium post inserted beneath the gum tissue into the jawbone which then fuses with the bone and acts as a replacement for the root of a missing tooth. A custom-made crown is affixed to the post to match the existing teeth which results in a natural and secure replacement.
Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth, several teeth, or all of the teeth. In all these cases dental implants enjoy the highest success rate making them the best long-term solution. Although the initial cost may be higher than other options, an implant will never decay or require a root canal and will outlast any other dental prosthesis.
Replace One Tooth
A dental implant is used just where needed to replace a missing tooth.
Replace Multiple Teeth
A dental implant provides a stable mechanism for fixed bridgework.
Replace All Teeth Permanently
Dental implant replacement teeth protect your jawbone, won’t slip, and should last a lifetime.
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