Single Tooth Replacement
Missing a single tooth or have an unhealthy tooth that needs to be replaced? The
best option is a one-piece dental implant. All components are installed together as
a single functioning unit. This makes the procedure fast, minimally invasive, and
immediately functional. The procedure requires four visits to complete. It is quick
and relatively painless; OTC painkillers are enough in most cases, and you can return
to work the following day.
Multiple Teeth Replacement
Are you missing several teeth, or do you have several unhealthy teeth that need to
be replaced? You have two main options—a removable partial denture (which we do
not recommend), and dental implants. Why avoid a removable partial denture? It is
difficult to use, uncomfortable, and doesn’t provide you with a lot of functionality.
On top of that, it’s expensive and doesn’t look natural.
A fixed bridge on dental implants resolves all of these problems, providing you with
a stable, simple, comfortable, and permanent solution. It also offers you benefits
which partial removable dentures do not. This bridge will be immediately functional
and should provide you with a lifetime of use. With your our permanent bridge is in
place, your jaw will be protected from bone loss, and you will have a strong, full set
of functional teeth.
Full Arch Replacement
Are all of your teeth missing or damaged? Then a full arch replacement using a fixed
bridge on dental implants is your best option. Before dental implants, there was no
such thing as a fixed, permanent way to replace all your teeth on either arch. You
were stuck with alternatives like removable overdentures and removable full
dentures, both of which are incredibly inconvenient on practically every level. They
are uncomfortable to wear, can affect taste, and are aesthetically unpleasant.
With implants, you have two options. You can get a removable overdenture which is
anchored by implants, or you can get a full fixed bridge. A removable
implant-secured overdenture is a kind of go-between option. The implants improve
comfort and stability, but the denture is still removable. It usually costs less than a
full bridge, but it doesn’t begin to compare.
Why Go With a Full Permanent Bridge? A full, fixed bridge is by far the best answer.
It offers unparalleled comfort and functionality. It lets you get back to living your life
like normal. It offers you a full set of permanent, fixed replacement teeth. You can
eat the foods you want, and after a while, you may even forget you have a bridge.