Dental implants are made up of three components (Screw, abutment, and crown) that mimic the function of natural teeth. Secured in your jawbone, dental implants are titanium or ceramic posts implanted into your jawbone that act like artificial “tooth roots” permanently anchoring your new tooth, bridge, or denture. Each implant helps provide a stable chewing surface for the restoration that replaces the appearance of the missing tooth.
Benefits of Dental Implant Systems
Regardless of how many teeth are missing, we have implant restoration options to suit your needs. Porcelain crowns replace individual teeth one at a time. Each crown is directly anchored on top of a single, prosthetic tooth root. Dental bridges replace up to 3-4 teeth at once, without the need to anchor a traditional bridge onto natural teeth. The bridge spans across the wide area and is supported on each end with an individual implant. Implant supported dentures provide added stability when replacing all your teeth at one time. An entire denture or zirconia fixed bridge can be permanently fixed on top of as few as 4-6 implant roots. Full mouth dental implants rehabilitate your entire upper or lower arch by precisely placing dental implants to support a permanent, fixed denture.
Implant Supported Bridge
Implant Supported Dentures
Full Mouth Dental Implants