Benefits of dental implants

  • Operate exactly just like with a natural healthy tooth.
  • Dental implants are durable long-term solution.                                                                                                              
  • Decay free.
  • No more fear of fall out when you eat, talk or laugh.
  • Retain your natural face shape, and smile.  
  • Preserve healthy facial bone.                                                                                                                                              
  • Speak easy.                                                                                                                                                                    
  • Protect your healthy teeth.



What are dental implants?

Dental implants are essentially comprised of titanium posts. These posts are surgically implanted in the jawbone beneath missing or extracted teeth. These posts support several variations of tooth restorations including single crowns, dental bridges, or a set of dentures.

The Implant Process


Most implant placement processes take three steps. The first step involves placing the post in the jawbone during an oral surgery. Once this area fully heals and the post has integrated with the jawbone ensuring stability, we install the false tooth in the form of a single crown, bridge, or set of dentures. These are screwed onto the top of the implant post. The end result is a natural-looking implant that feels almost like a natural tooth.

Single Tooth Replacement

In the case of a single tooth replacement, a crown is used. This procedure doesn’t involve prepping any of the surrounding teeth. While you are healing from the post surgery, a temporary crown will be put in place. After three to six months, your permanent crown will be placed.

Full arch implants rehabilitation with immediately loaded implant

In cases where multiple teeth need to be replaced, we will use single implants, an implant bridge, or a set of dentures depending on the situation. The process is similar to a single tooth replacement. However, prosthetics will be used to restore normal appearance and function to the teeth.

To replace all of the teeth on either the top or bottom, a minimum of four implants (ten max) can be placed according to the design of the final bridge. The bridge’s final design is made after thorough examination of the patient’s condition as well as the patient’s desires, treatment goals, and budget. The immediate implant bridge procedure allows patients to restore function and aesthetics right away and takes less time to heal than if the patient were to wear removable dentures.