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Implants: Permanently Replace Missing Teeth

If you have one or more missing teeth, it’s likely diminished your confidence as well as your ability to chew all the foods you like. Dental implants are a long-lasting solution, and they offer numerous advantages over other types of tooth replacement treatment.

Illustration of dental implantHere are some to consider:

  • Long-lasting tooth replacement
  • Options for single, multiple or all teeth
  • Stronger than natural tooth structure
  • Encourage healthy bone support
  • Outlast conventional therapies

Non-Invasive to Your Smile

Conventional tooth replacement treatments require removable appliances or reshaping of your healthy teeth for support. Not dental implants. These biocompatible restorations mimic natural teeth, so there’s no need to alter the adjacent ones. If you have healthy teeth that don’t need a crown, then getting a dental implant trumps the more traditional solution of having a bridge made.

Lift Your Facial Tissues

Having missing teeth can make you look older than you are. How? Because your lips and cheeks appear “sunken in” where teeth and the supporting bone structures are lost.

By placing an implant in those areas, you can naturally reduce the rate of bone loss and add volume underneath your facial tissues. As a result, your cheeks and lips may appear fuller, which is associated with a more youthful appearance.

A Smart Investment

Conventional treatments like bridges and dentures naturally wear out over time. Research shows that dental implants have a 98% success rate and are expected to be an investment that lasts the rest of your life. Although the restorations on top of your implants will need to be updated over time, the implant itself does not.

More Options for More People

Twenty years ago, dental implants were a more complex therapy that was restricted to a small group of people. Today, they’ve become the gold standard of tooth replacement treatment across the board.

Schedule your implant consultation to learn more about our solution to missing teeth.


* Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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