Dental Implants

Dental implants can rebuild that confidence, and that dashing smile.

Composite Fillings

Regain the Confidence of a Full and Healthy Smile

Every year, medical technology makes mind boggling advances to improve the quality and length of our lives. This means more time full of life with the ones we love. However, some parts of our bodies haven’t quite gotten the message, and tend to break down before their time. Teeth are one of the most noticeable culprits. We are robbed of some of our favorite foods and our smile looks like we have played professional hockey for most of our lives. Worst of all, the confidence we gained from our winning smiles withers away.

Dental Implants can rebuild your confidence!

What can Dental Implants do for me?

Dental implants are the most secure technology in dentistry today. They hold better than bridges and dentures, and last significantly longer. This means you’ll be chewing, chatting, and smiling years longer and with more confidence than with any other dental replacement option. 

Our process includes teeth matching technology. When you come in for your consultation, we will take a good look at those pearly whites, and make a replacement that matches the form and color tone of your current teeth. Once all is said and done, no one will be able to tell the difference between your old teeth, and your brand new replacement.

Tooth-Colored Fillings

How Does It Work?

Getting implants is a fairly straightforward process, but everyone’s experience is slightly different. When you come in for your consultation, we will go over how the whole process will look for you. Beyond that, here is the basic process:

  1. First, we remove the old and damaged teeth we will be replacing.
  2. Next, our trained dental surgeons place the implant directly into the jawbone.
  3. After the initial surgery heals, your jawbone begins a healing process called “osseointegration”. Basically, your jawbone begins to integrate the new implant as if it were a new tooth. This makes the implant as strong, if not stronger than your other teeth.
  4. Finally, we place your personalized artificial teeth. Be aware, creating a new tooth that matches your existing teeth can take a bit of time. Your dentist may need to fit you a temporary crown so you can eat and speak comfortably until your permanent tooth is ready.

How Do I Get Started

Give us a call today, so we can begin rebuilding your smile, and your confidence! We’ll work with you to set up a consultation meeting where we can discuss next steps and begin planning your road to recovery, and a beautiful smile.