WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS?
Permanently replace missing teeth
Dental implants are a common procedure to permanently replace missing teeth without affecting neighboring teeth. This tooth replacement option gives you a result closest to a natural tooth, providing optimal strength and function.
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PERMANENTLY REPLACE MISSING TEETH
How do dental implants work?
AT THE ROOT OF THINGS
Dental implants are “root” devices that are placed within the jaw bone to permanently support an artificial replacement tooth. We can also use dental implants to stabilize a group of replacement teeth, called a bridge. An implant, as the name implies, is 'implanted' into the natural bone of your jaw, therefore they are only a good option for you if you have good general oral health and healthy, strong bone. It is the health of your jawbone that will determine how well your implant integrates into the bone. This is very important because a secure integration of the implant is what creates the strong, stable new "root" of your replacement tooth.
DENTAL IMPLANTS REPLACE THE ROOT OF THE TOOTH WITH A BEAUTIFUL NEW TOOTH CROWN ON TOP
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PERMANTENTLY REPLACING MISSING TEETH