What Are Dental Implants?
Replacing Teeth and Restoring Confidence
Dental implants are made to look like real teeth, making them almost indistinguishable from the rest of your smile. No more gaps, and no fake looking implants!
Unlike other methods of replacing missing teeth, dental implants are securely fashioned in place, preventing issues with speaking or chewing.
Dental implants are permanently secured much like the rest of your teeth, making them significantly more comfortable than removable options like dentures.
If properly cared for, dental implants can last the rest of your life! This takes the stress off of your shoulders so that you can enjoy your new smile!
Why Get Dental Implants?
An All-Around Solid Option
Dental implants provide the option to permanently replace a tooth that has, for whatever reason, come loose from your jaw. The implant is secured, just like your organic teeth, in the jaw and functions in much the same way. This durable, life-long solution looks almost exactly the same as the rest of your teeth and allows you to continue living your life with a full and healthy smile!
Frequently Asked Questions
About Dental Implants
Dental implants are made to mimic the roots of your teeth, and are secured within your jaw so that they feel as close as possible to the rest of your teeth.
Although they might sound scary at first, dental implants are a perfectly safe option for missing permanent teeth and are widely used among American adults.
Dental implants are the best option for replacing missing teeth because of their durability and functionality, as well as the fact that they look and function like real teeth.
The procedure come involve a small amount of discomfort, but after a short amount of time they will feel as much a part of your mouth as they look!
This will depend on your healthcare coverage and your specific situation. Give us a call to set up an implant consultation!
If one of your permanent teeth has recently become detached from your jaw, you qualify for a dental implant. Dental implants are NOT meant to be a temporary substitute for baby teeth.
Unlike removable dental substitutes such as dentures, dental implants secure themselves in a way that resembles real teeth, allowing you to go about your speaking and eating as you normally would!
Your dental implant is secured by a post that fits into the existing hole in your jaw that held the previous tooth. Once inserted, your mouth will begin to conform to and grow around the implant naturally.
Our goal is that your implant is not noticeably different from any of your other teeth. Proper coloring of your implant is an important part of the installation.
Coverage To Smile About
Financing Your Dental Care
More and more studies show that your oral health is directly linked to your overall health. Getting proper dental care needs to be as important a part of your healthcare routine as exercise, eating right, and having a yearly medical exam. But that doesn’t make dental care any easier—especially if you don’t have dental insurance.
Our team understands and that is why we have created Coverage to Smile About.