Permanent Tooth Replacement

Replace your missing teeth and restore function to your smile.

Interesting Facts About Missing Teeth

Here are some facts about missing teeth in adults:

  • You are at a high risk of losing all of your teeth if you smoke
  • An unhealthy diet can contribute to tooth loss
  • Almost 4% of adults between 20 - 64 have lost all of their teeth
  • Periodontal disease is the leading cause of tooth loss in the US
  • Approximately 178 million people in the US are missing at least one tooth

In many cases, dental implants are a viable solution for replacing missing teeth permanently. We can place dental implants at the site of a single tooth or several teeth in the same visit. Dental implants boast a high success rate and can be an attractive alternative to dentures or bridges.

The Benefits Of Choosing Dental Implants
Feel more confident and enjoy smiling again!

Replace Missing Teeth Permanently

Dental implants are resistant to tooth decay and do not require additional maintenance. As long as you take good care of your oral health, dental implants can last your entire lifetime.

Dental Implants Have a High Success Rate

Statistics show that dental implants have a high success rate and can be an attractive option for replacing missing teeth permanently. Dental implants are fused into the jaw bone so they are very stable and secure.

Replace One or Several Missing Teeth

We can replace one or several missing teeth with dental implants. In some cases, implant-supported dentures may be a better option for restoring the look and function of the smile.

Dental Implants Mean Better Quality of Life

Many patients with dental implants enjoy a better quality of life because they feel more confident about their smile. Feel good about yourself by investing in your smile!

How Implant-Supported Dentures Work

If you wear dentures but experience complications such as slipping or shifting when eating and speaking, you may be a better candidate for implant-supported dentures. We may recommend bar-retained or ball-retained dentures to provide more support.

Bar-Retained Dentures

These involve placing a set of metal bars along the gum line to secure dentures to the gums with dental implants. This provides a secure fit and prevents slipping.

Ball-Retained Dentures

Ball-retained Dentures are connected to dental implants with a ball-and-socket connection to prevent discomfort and slipping.