Dental implants may be the right solution for you, if:
You want to show everyone your beautiful new smile.
Dental implants are designed to work just like a natural tooth root. They’re surgically attached to your jaw, creating a firm hold.
This natural-looking restoration is custom-made to blend in seamlessly with your smile. They’re beautifully designed to enhance your appearance and revitalize the aesthetics of your smile.
You want to exude confidence and happiness.
Your smile is often the first thing people notice about you. Tooth loss can decrease your happiness and lower your self-confidence.
Dr. Al doesn’t want anyone to be reluctant to smile. Dental implants replace your missing teeth and help you gain the confidence to smile again.
You want to live without limitations.
Dental implants restore your ability to speak clearly and eat all your favorite foods. They won’t embarrass you by coming out while you’re eating because they’re part of your smile — that’s how they provide a comfortable fit and exceptional chewing power.
You want to restore your health with a lifelong solution.
Dental implants have one of the highest success rates for replacing missing teeth. In fact, they can last a lifetime with proper care. Implants also enhance your oral health by stimulating essential jawbone growth.
You want a comfortable solution that’s easy to maintain.
Unlike other restorative treatments, dental implants are permanently placed in your jaw and they never need to be removed for cleaning. All that’s required to maintain healthy implants is to brush, floss, and rinse with antibacterial mouthwash every day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can children get implants?
Unfortunately, children are not qualified to get dental implants. Children’s jawbones are still growing and placing implants at this age can lead to misalignment over time. Until the patient’s jawbone has finished growing, they won’t be a candidate to receive implants.
If I have gum disease can I still get implants?
If you have gum disease, we will need to eliminate the infection before we move forward with your dental implant procedure. Gum disease interferes with your jawbone’s ability to heal around the titanium implant fixture, causing the procedure to fail. If your gum disease has progressed into an advanced stage, alternative options for dental implants may be discussed.