Do you struggle with the discomforts that accompany missing teeth? Patients with incomplete smiles know that chewing, speaking, and smiling all become very difficult after losing permanent teeth. For many patients, traditional dentures may not be the right solution.
Dental implants are the most advanced way to permanently replace your teeth. Dental implants are small titanium roots that serve as new tooth roots. They fuse with the surrounding jaw bone to stimulate the bone and keep it healthy.
Dental implants will anchor your new teeth firmly into the mouth. This durable restorative solution will help you reclaim your confident and healthy smile!
Dr. Thompson provides her patients with beautiful dental implant restorations that can last for a lifetime. We have many options available to you at Dream Dentist.
For a single dental implant, a dental crown is usually the best solution. Your dental crown will be customized to match the color and shape of your surrounding teeth. You can care for them with ease, brushing and flossing them with your natural teeth.
Implant Supported Bridges
Implant supported bridges may be the right way to replace three or more teeth. Bridges can be attached to just one or two implants. Supported bridges eliminate the need for shaving down the surrounding healthy teeth.
Implant Supported Dentures
These special dentures are held in place by dental implants instead of forming a seal with the gums. Many patients find implant supported dentures more comfortable and stable than their traditional counterparts.
The Benefits of Dental Implants
- A comfortable solution that won’t irritate your gums or lips
- Clearer speech with no clicking sounds
- Never worry about your dentures slipping, sliding, or falling out
- Chew your favorite foods and receive better nutrition
- A long-lasting solution that can remain strong and beautiful for a lifetime
We are eager to work with you towards your full and complete smile. To ask questions about dental implants, or to schedule a consultation, call us at Dream Dentist today.