Dental implants are a great option for people who have lost one or more teeth. Unlike dentures, which rest on the gums, implants are anchored directly into the jawbone. This provides a much more secure foundation for the replacement tooth, which is usually made from porcelain or ceramic. This can also provide a better foundation for your false teeth. In addition, implants can improve your chewing and speaking ability, and they can help to preserve the shape of your face by preventing the bone loss that can occur when teeth are missing.

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What Are the Benefits of Dental Implants?

  • Dental implants are one of the most popular options for tooth replacement, and it's easy to see why. Not only do they look and feel like natural teeth, but they also provide patients with full chewing power. With an implant, you can eat all of your favorite foods without having to worry about damaging your teeth. In addition, you can brush and floss normally, which helps to keep your implant healthy and looking great.
  • Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth and they can last a lifetime. The implant is made from titanium and integrates with the jawbone. It’s bio-compatible, meaning that it’s non-toxic and not rejected by the body. All in all it makes a powerful replacement tooth. bridges may only last around 10 years or so, dental implants can last a lifetime. The implant is made from titanium and integrates with the jawbone. It’s bio-compatible, meaning that it’s non-toxic and not rejected by the body. All in all it makes for a much more permanent solution.
  • Losing a tooth can have a major impact on your oral health. Without the tooth in place, the jawbone in the empty space will begin to deteriorate due to lack of stimulation. This process can be reversed, however, with the placement of a dental implant. Dental implants are designed to provide the same level of stimulation to the jawbone as a natural tooth, which helps to prevent further bone loss. In addition, dental implants can also help to support the surrounding teeth and improve your overall bite.
  • When you lose a tooth, it's more than just a cosmetic issue. The gap left behind can cause your adjacent teeth to shift out of position, which can in turn affect your bite and how well you're able to chew. Crooked teeth can also make it difficult to replace the missing tooth later. Additionally, a poor bite can lead to problems with your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and may cause pain and headaches.
  • Most people are born with all of their adult teeth. However, it's not uncommon to lose a tooth or two at some point in life. When this happens, it's important to take care of the gap left behind. Otherwise, it can act as a trap for food and bacteria, which can lead to gum disease. The best way to avoid this is to get a dental implant. This is a titanium screw that is placed in the jawbone and act as a replacement for the missing tooth root. Once in place, it can be used to support a artificial tooth, bridge or denture. In addition, implants help to stimulate bone growth and prevent deterioration of the jawbone.
  • Bone loss in the jaw can have a significant impact on facial appearance. When teeth are lost, the bone that once supported them starts to deteriorate. This can cause the lower third of the face to sag, resulting in wrinkles around the mouth, thinning lips, and a more pointed chin. In severe cases, the distance between the tip of the nose and the chin may gradually begin to collapse. Facial sagging can be an embarrassing problem, but tooth implants may help resolve the issue.

What Is The Process Of Dental Implant Surgery?

The first step in the dental implant process is the development of an individualized treatment plan. The plan addresses your specific needs and is prepared by a team of professionals who are specially trained and experienced in oral surgery and restorative dentistry. This team approach provides coordinated care based on the implant option that is best for you. Next, the tooth root implant, which is a small post made of titanium, is placed into the bone socket of the missing tooth. As the jawbone heals, it grows around the implanted metal post, anchoring it securely in the jaw. The healing process takes place over several months and once it is complete, the implant is permanently attached to your jawbone. Once the implant bonds to the jawbone, an abutment (a small connector post) is attached to the post to hold the new tooth securely in place. Impressions of your teeth are used to create a model of your bite, including the arrangement of your teeth and their type. The replacement tooth (a crown) or teeth are  then attached to the abutment. Your dentist can place a crown, bridge, or denture on the implant to replace the missing tooth or teeth. In some cases, your dentist may place an attachment on the implant that retains and supports a removable denture. Dental implants are a long-term solution that can give you back your smile and your confidence.

How Are Dental Implants Cared For?

They still require the same care as natural teeth. That means brushing, flossing, rinsing with an antibacterial mouthwash, and regular dental check-ups. Neglecting to care for your implants can lead to a number of problems, such as gum disease and infection. Therefore, it is essential to take good care of your implants if you want them to last. With proper care, they can give you a beautiful smile that will last a lifetime.  

All-On-4 Dental Implants

About 40 million adults are missing all of their teeth. While there are several options available to replace missing teeth, dental implants are often considered the best option.

All-on-4 dental implants provide clear benefits to patients, no matter the extent of your tooth and bone loss.

Because only four dental implants are used, we have the flexibility to place them in more strategic areas of your jaw that take advantage of dense bone.

This eliminates the need for bone grafting, both shortening your treatment time and reducing costs.

What are the Benefits of All-On-4 Dental Implants?

  • All-on-4 is a cost effective and minimally invasive.
  • Using computer-guided technology, the dentist can see the bone levels to determine the best placement of the four implants.
  • Bone grafting will not be necessary, saving expense and recovery time.
  • Headaches can be prevented as well as clicking and aching in your jaw joint or TMJ.
  • A temporarily fixed, full-arch denture will be in your mouth when you leave the dental office the same day.

All-On-4 Procedure

Computer-guided surgery is a relatively new development that allows dentists to precisely place implants in the best possible location. This minimizes the risk of complications and increases the chances of successful implantation. After the implants have been inserted, a temporary denture is usually placed to protect the area while the natural bone grows around the implants. Once healing is complete, a full-arch denture can be permanently secured to the implants. For many people, this provides a life-changing solution.

Cleaning All-On-4 Dental Implants

Maintaining your all-on-4 smile entails brushing twice a day and keeping regular dental visits. At each visit, all pieces of your All-on-4 implant system and your bone levels will be examined and evaluated to make sure all is well.



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If they had a 6th star rating, they’d get it... Dr Walters is the best of the best for dental implants... No bleeding, no pain, no swelling... Just a perfect implant that took in record time with no problems whatsoever... And he had to fix problems created by a previous poorly performed extraction...

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The doctor was wonderful. She took the time to explain the details of the examination and provided information that no other dental professional has ever given me so that I can make an informed decision about my future treatments. The staff is very kind and made me feel comfortable and welcome.

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Dr. Dorian and his staff were so understanding and professional during the long process of going from a cracked tooth all the way through the implant. Dr. Dorian was very careful to make sure I didn't have pain. I am very happy I had the implant and with Dr. Dorian.