Dental Implantation

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    Dental Implants

    Dental implants are tiny titanium (or ceramic) posts that are surgically placed into the jawbone where teeth are missing. These metal anchors act as tooth root substitutes. After implant placement, the patient's bone securely bonds with the titanium, creating a strong foundation for artificial teeth. Read more...

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    Same Day Dental Implants

    Traditional implants can take months to heal, which means that you cannot enjoy life’s daily activities the way you want. Customized Immediate Function dental implants give you the ability to undergo just one treatment and leave with a natural-looking and fully-functioning set of teeth. Read more...

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    Holistic Dental Implants

    Holistic dental implants are biocompatible dental posts or screws that are implanted directly into one’s gums, serving as the replacement for a missing tooth root. They work just like traditional implants, but they are comprised of a non-metal zirconium material instead of the standard titanium. Read more...

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    Full Zirconia Dental Implants

    Full zirconia dental implants are made of zirconia oxide, which is a largely metal-free substance that mirrors properties found in ceramic. They are just as durable and effective as the traditional titanium implants, but they do not cause allergic reactions or corrode in one’s mouth. Read more...

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    Ceramic Implants

    Over the past decades, more ceramic components have been incorporated into dentistry Read more...

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    Esthetic Dental Implants

    Esthetic dental implants are dental implants that are placed in the anterior part of one’s jaw, typically replacing visible front teeth, such as incisors or canines. To successfully place dental implants in the esthetic zone, patients must have sufficient bone density in their anterior mandible to support them. Read more...