Are you missing teeth? If so, you’re not alone…
69% of adults aged 35 to 44 have lost at least one of their permanent teeth. Tooth loss impacts your ability to eat the foods you love, speak clearly, and smile with confidence. We’re here to help.
Whether you’re missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, we can provide a permanent solution that delivers a natural-looking smile. Modern dental implants are the most reliable, cost-effective, and lasting tooth replacement treatment available today.
More than half a million people get partial or full-mouth dental implants every year. That may sound surprising until you learn that nearly 100 million people, including two-thirds of middle-aged adults, have lost at least one tooth.
Dental implants are quickly becoming the most popular tooth replacement option, and there are four great reasons.
Dental implants aren’t a temporary solution. They’re designed to last a lifetime.
A process called osseointegration is used to fuse the titanium in a dental implant with your natural bone. That fusion spurs bone growth and strengthens your jawbone, which ensures long-lasting results. The implant serves as a stable root structure that maintains your facial shape and stabilizes your bite long term.
Would you rather pay to replace bridges or dentures every 7 to 15 years or make a one-time investment in a permanent tooth replacement solution? The upfront dental implant cost is a clear investment, but implants are often more cost-effective than dentures when you consider the long-term expenses. When installed properly and cared for properly, you can expect your implants to provide a much greater return on your investment over the life of your smile.
Dental implants are carefully shaded and custom shaped to blend into your natural smile flawlessly. They look and function much like your natural teeth.
Modern implants don’t decay with time or develop cavities like natural teeth. You still need to brush your teeth to remove bacteria and food particles while keeping your gums healthy, but you don’t have to remove implants as you would dentures. You take care of your implants much as you would care for healthy natural teeth.
Tooth-supported dental bridges require the reduction of surrounding teeth, but that’s not the case with dental implants. No reductions are required, so more of your teeth are left intact for enhanced long-term oral health.
Dental implants offer a cost-effective, long-lasting, health-focused, and beautiful solution for missing teeth. We’d love to offer you a complimentary implant consultation if you’re interested in restoring your smile permanently.