Dental Implants

It is important to preserve teeth for aesthetics, but most importantly function. Loss of teeth can result in tipping of adjacent teeth or over-eruption of opposite teeth into the resulting space. The bone that surrounds the tooth also dissolves after an extraction. The gap and the bone loss can result in a poor appearance causing the face to sink in, making people look older.

Dental implants are generally the best way to replace a missing tooth or multiple teeth. They are biocompatible titanium fixtures that mimic the tooth root. These are placed in the bone and fully integrate over a few months to form the perfect foundation to place prosthetic teeth on top.

Implants look and function like normal teeth.

Implants do not require any drilling of adjacent teeth and are the perfect alternative to dentures and bridges to replace missing teeth.