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Dental Implants

Permanently Close the Gaps

Just a single missing tooth can cause a multitude of appearance and health problems for a person’s smile, and those issues only compound as more teeth are lost. Fortunately, Premier Care Dental is able to provide the most complete and state-of-the-art replacement available today: dental implants. No matter how many teeth you are missing, they can provide long-lasting and natural-looking results you’ll be able to enjoy for decades to come. To learn more about how dental implants can help you regain your complete smile, contact us today.

Implant Placement

Animation of implant supported dental crown

A dental implant is actually a prosthetic tooth root that is placed directly into the jaw in order to support any number of replacement teeth. Implants are the only treatment that actually restores a tooth both above and below the gum line, and because of this, they are also the only one that can prevent the jawbone loss that is so common after tooth loss.

In order to get dental implants, you will first need to undergo a minor surgery. Using advanced imaging technology, we’ll be able to find the perfect places to position your implants so your new teeth can be trusted to stay stable and secure. Once the procedure is over, you’ll be given a few months to heal, during which the implant (s) will naturally bond with the surrounding bone. Then, you’ll return to Premier Care Dental to have your teeth attached to the implants.

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Implant-Retained Crowns & Bridges

Animation of implant supported bridge

Two of the most common restorations we use with dental implants are implant-retained crowns and bridges. With a crown, we can replace a single tooth, and with a bridge, a few teeth in a row.

For a crown, it will be connected to the implant using a small metal screw called an abutment. Once this is done, the tooth should be virtually indistinguishable from your other teeth, as it will be made of natural-looking dental porcelain and shaded to completely blend with your smile. With regular brushing, flossing, and dental appointments, you can count on your implant to last for 30 years or more.

With an implant-retained bridge, two implant crowns will be placed on either side of the space in your smile, and these will be attached to prosthetic teeth to close it. Compared to a traditional bridge, implant bridges have a more secure hold and can be trusted to last longer as well.

Implant-Retained Dentures

Model of implant supported denture

If you have multiple missing teeth, or even if you are missing all of your teeth, we can use dental implants to give you a denture that won’t slip and slide around your mouth. After placing numerous implants into your jaw, they will be topped with ball-shaped connectors that the dentures will simply snap onto. The end result will have numerous advantages over a traditional removable denture:

  • Stronger Fit: Because the implant denture is anchored directly into the jaw as opposed to just sitting on the gum tissue, the hold will be much more secure and stable.
  • Longer Fit: Thanks to the internal jawbone support provided by the implants, the denture will maintain its original fit for much longer, preventing the bone loss that robs most dentures of their fit.
  • Harder Bite: Implant-retained dentures give a patient a much stronger bite force compared to normal ones, allowing them to enjoy a more varied and healthy diet with ease.

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