Dental Implants and Ridge Augmentation

dental-implant-drawingA dental implant is a titanium artificial root that replaces a tooth that was lost due to decay, trauma, periodontal disease, etc.

After placement, the dental implant will remain “unloaded” for a few months time to allow the implant to properly osseointegrate. After this “healing” period, your general dentist will color match and work with you to help you get your desired smile and esthetic outcome. Dental Implants can be used to replace any tooth in the mouth and can provide an excellent long term/life long solution to missing, fractured, or failing teeth.

Dental Implants Look Natural And Enhance Your Smile

Dental implants are today’s most advanced technique for replacing lost or broken teeth with a replacement that functions like a healthy tooth, looks natural and enhances your smile.

The Closest You Can Come To Natural Teeth

Dental implants function well, look great and are very comfortable. Basically implants are the closest you can come to natural teeth.

Dental Implants

Anterior Dental Implant

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Immediate Implant

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Immediate Dental Implant
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Immediate Implant, Patient R.T.

Immediate Dental Implant
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Immediate Implant, Patient R.T.

Immediate Dental Implant
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Immediate Implant, Patient R.T.

Immediate Dental Implant
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Immediate Implant with Custom Provisionalisation


Implant (Before), Patient D.H.

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Implant, Patient D.H.

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Implant, Patient D.H.

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Implant (After), Patient D.H.

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Dental Implants (Before), P.W.

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Dental Implants (After), P.W.

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Glossary of Dental Terms and Dental Services

Have a question about a specific dental term or procedure, check our Glossary of Dental Terms.