Implant Treatment Options

Dental implants can be used to replace single teeth, multiple teeth and even a full arch of missing teeth. Most single and multiple missing teeth are replaced with permanent cemented crowns on dental implants. These individual units look and feel similar to natural teeth.

Single Tooth Implant

Individual missing teeth can be replaced by dental implants without altering your healthy adjacent teeth. Once dental implants are placed, posts (or abutments) are attached, providing support for your final crowns.

Single Tooth Implant

Dental Implants with a Crown

  • attractive smile
  • full chewing ability
  • preserve healthy teeth and jawbone
  • maintains bone*

Multiple Teeth Options

If multiple teeth are missing, several teeth or a quadrant can be replaced with implants. The dental implants are used to create a partial implant bridge. The implants are splinted together to replace multiple missing teeth in an arch and they function just like natural teeth. 

  • long lasting natural feeling restoration, 
  • does not effect adjacent teeth
  • traditional removable partial dentures can be avoided or replaced

Multiple Teeth Options

Full Arch Implant Options

Too many people who have conventional dentures don’t wear them for the simple fact that they don’t stay in place. Dental implants offer a way to keep dentures in place and allow you to go about your daily life with confidence. Multiple implants can be used to completely restore all of the teeth in an arch. The two options for full arch implants include fixed and removable.

Full Arch Implant Options

The use of dental implants to stabilize dentures has proven to be successful for many people. The number continues to grow as word spreads about the effectiveness and long-term durability of the treatment. In fact, it has been reported that dental implants have the highest success rate of any implanted surgical device.*

Fixed Full Arch Implants

A permanent solution that is fixed, or non-removable, utilizes multiple implants to replace all of the missing teeth and gum support. These highly functional and esthetic restorations are usually cemented or screwed onto multiple implants in the arch. Anywhere from 5-8 implants are splinted to support and replace all of the missing teeth.  The fixed bridge highly durable and natural, made of either zirconia or porcelain.

Advantages

  • highly esthetic
  • cemented for ultimate patient confidence
  • low tooth wear, long lasting

Removable Full Arch Implants / Overdentures

Too many people who have conventional dentures don’t wear them for the simple fact that they don’t stay in place. Dental implants offer a way to keep dentures in place and allow you to go about your daily life with confidence. The use of dental implants to stabilize dentures has proven to be successful for many people. The number continues to grow as word spreads about the effectiveness and long-term durability of the treatment.

Advantages

  • budget friendly full arch replacement
  • highly esthetic 
  • overdenture is easily to maintain and repair
  • very hygienic and a great option for those with limited dexterity. 

The Problems with Loose Dentures

Millions of people around the world are missing enough teeth to require the use of a denture. Many of them struggle to keep their dentures secure, particularly in the lower jaw. If you have this problem, you already know about the embarrassment of slipping dentures, not being able to eat the foods that you love and the ineffectiveness of denture adhesives. Fortunately, there is a way to make your denture work the way it was intended: stabilize it with dental implants.

Benefits of Denture Stabilization

  • Restores proper chewing, allowing a better diet and improved health
  • Improves speech and confidence
  • Increases comfort with less irritation of gum tissue
  • Ends the cost and inconvenience of denture adhesives
  • Often can utilize your existing denture
  • Minimally invasive procedure

*International Congress of Oral Implantologists