Permanently Restore Missing Teeth

Dental implants are an excellent way to restore one or more missing teeth. With the longest lifespan of any tooth replacement, a completely natural appearance, and easy maintenance, dental implants allow you to restore your smile and your bite permanently.

Single – Tooth Dental Implants

Single-tooth dental implants are the most common type of dental implant. This treatment consists of two components: the post and the crown.

The post, or the implant, is surgically placed into your gums and jaw. It’s a small, metal rod that’s shaped like a screw and is made of titanium. Titanium has the unique ability to “osseointegrate” and permanently bond with the jaw bone, making it a ideal substitute for your tooth root.

Once your jaw is given time to heal, your next procedure will be the implant restoration. In the case of a single-tooth implant, one dental implant is used to hold a single dental crown in place. Together, the implant and the crown mimic the root and the tooth, ensure a long-lasting, natural-looking result.

The Benefits of Dental Implants

Permanent Smile Restoration

Dental implants are the longest-lasting method of tooth replacement, with a 30+ year expected lifespan. Not only that, but single-tooth dental implants also look and feel completely natural, and can be treated just like natural teeth. All you have to do to take care of your smile is brush and floss normally.

In addition to this, dental implants actually help stimulate your jaw bone and prevent “bone resorption,” which is a common problem caused by losing a tooth. Other treatments like dental bridges and dentures do not do this, which can result in the loss of more bone over time.

Dental Implant Restorations

Dental implant restorations are the prosthetics used along with dental implants to restore your smile. As mentioned, single-tooth dental implants use one dental implant and one dental crown to restore a single missing tooth.

However, other implant restorations like dental bridges and dentures can be used alongside multiple implants to restore multiple missing teeth. Whether you’re missing one, several, or all of your teeth

Dental Implant Maintenance

Dental implant maintenance is quite easy for single-tooth implants. You can simply brush and floss normally to keep your implant in great shape. Brush twice a day and floss once per day for the best results.