Dental Implants

Revitalize Your Smile with Advanced Dental Implants

How It Works

Dental implants are the longest-lasting and most lifelike tooth replacement option. A titanium post acts as an artificial tooth root and serves as the supporting foundation for a replacement tooth or teeth.

There are multiple types of implant options that we offer which include: 

  • Individual implants for single missing teeth
  • Implant-supported bridges for multiple and all-teeth missing
  • Implants to support and stabilize a current denture
  • Implant-supported removable snap-in dentures
  • Implant-supported fixed-in dentures


What to Expect

Our team uses the latest technology and our extensive experience to plan and execute your procedure with precision and care, ensuring the best possible outcome.

Before your implant surgery, we take 3D X-rays to evaluate the condition of your gums, jaw, and other structures. Using this data, we create a surgical guide to ensure accurate and efficient placement of your implants. In some cases, additional procedures such as tooth extraction or bone grafting may be necessary to ensure long-term success and stability of your implant.

If you are receiving an implant-supported denture or bridge, we will provide a provisional denture after the implant placement, with your final restoration placed after the implants have fully healed.

Once the implant is in place, it will integrate with your bone and provide a stable foundation for your new teeth. Your new teeth will be aligned with your gums and other teeth, ensuring a strong bite and natural appearance. Throughout the procedure, we will take every measure to ensure your comfort, providing blankets, pillows, and headphones for music as needed.


Dental implants can help stabilize your dentures. By anchoring dentures with dental implants you can be assured that they will be secured while having a conversation or eating your favorite foods. 

Dental implants are long lasting and durable when properly placed and cared for over time.

They have the chewing and biting power of natural teeth.You can care for implants exactly the way you would natural teeth. They are fixed in place and fuse naturally with your jawbone, meaning your replacement teeth won’t move, click or shift.

If you have a gap from a missing tooth, it is filled. This prevents bacteria from accumulating on the adjacent teeth and helps prevent gum disease. Implants also preserve natural bone, helping to stimulate bone growth and prevent bone loss.

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