Place and Restore
For your convenience, you can have your entire implant restoration completed right in our office. That means our dentists can surgically place and skillfully restore your implants, and you’ll be with the team you trust throughout the whole process. First, we’ll implant a titanium rod into your jaw, which will fuse to the bone as it heals, acting as a root for an eventual restoration. We’ll monitor your progress and ensure you’re healing correctly. Once your implant is fully healed, we’ll craft a customized prosthetic that looks natural and blends with your remaining teeth. You’ll have a healthy, complete smile that lasts for ages.
Mini-implants are similar to traditional dental implants as they help maintain proper oral health and replace missing teeth. In some situations, you may need a replacement in a narrow, smaller space, such as the incisors, and a traditional dental implant may be too large. That’s where mini-implants can be used to restore teeth and complete your smile. Mini-implants are about half the size of regular dental implants and can be used to secure dentures, or help patients with significant bone loss receive implant therapy. Ask us if mini-implants are right for you.
Want an alternative to traditional dentures? If you’re seeking a more secure fit of a full set of dentures, look no further! We offer implant-retained dentures, which attach to as little as four dental implants. Like their counterparts, implant-retained dentures are removable, however, they won’t slip, shift, or rub whenever you eat or talk. We ensure a perfect, comfortable fit of your new teeth, so you can smile with confidence. We may even be able to alter your current set of dentures, so ask us how implant-retained dentures can change the way you feel about your smile.
We ensure every dental implant we place is set up for success by finding the areas of the jaw where the bone is the healthiest and strongest. To do that, we use cone beam technology, which offers high-resolution 3-D images which we use for presurgical assessment of the jaw and implantation site. This technology helps support our implant dentistry and makes state-of-the-art care accessible to our patients.