Replacing missing teeth is crucial to maintain overall good oral health. Dental implants are a great tooth replacement option that has helped restore thousands of smiles. They are a surgical fixture that replaces both the lost natural tooth and its root, leaving an aesthetically pleasing and natural-looking smile.
Why Choose Dental Implants to Replace Missing Teeth– Dr. Claudio Miro
Dental implants are a popular tooth replacement option because they look, feel and function like natural teeth.
- Only tooth replacement option that preserves and stimulates natural bone growth, helping you keep your facial structure.
- With proper care, dental implants are a tooth replacement option that can last a lifetime.
- Dental implants do not affect or damage surrounding teeth.
Dental Implants Procedure– Dr. Claudio Miro
Depending on each patient’s condition and type of implant, our doctor will determine an appropriate treatment plan to meet your specific needs.
- The implant is surgically placed into the bone so that it can begin to fuse with your natural bone.
- A dental abutment is then placed on top of the implant to connect the implant to the replacement tooth.
- A custom made crown is placed which replaces the real tooth.
Who is a Candidate for Dental Implants?
If you have lost a single tooth or multiple teeth due to periodontal disease or injury, dental implants may be an option for you. Even if you don’t have adequate bone to support the implant, our doctor can make dental implants possible with bone grafting. To find out if you’re a candidate for dental implants, contact our office to schedule a consultation today.
If a patient loses a tooth due to injury or some other reason, a single tooth dental implant could be just the solution. This option requires one implant and one crown in order to replace the missing tooth. The results leave you with a beautiful, natural-looking smile!
A screw retained hybrid denture is the best option for patients who need to replace all their teeth in one or both jaws. This type of of dentures cannot be removed like conventional dentures and rest on implants instead of the gums. This implant solution offers excellent aesthetics and function.
An implant supported bridge is an option when replacing multiple teeth. It differs from a regular dental bridge because instead of being supported by natural teeth, it is support by implants. This is the best option for patients when replacing three teeth in a row. Implanted supported bridges are a stable and secure option for replacing missing teeth.
What Are Snap-On Dentures?
Snap-on dentures are secured to the jaw using implant snaps instead of glue or adhesive to keep the dentures in place. The implant snaps are anchored in the jaw bone.
How Do Snap-On Dentures Look?
The new teeth will look natural and helps patients enjoy a lifelike smile.
What Are Some of the the Benefits of Snap-On Dentures?
Snap-on dentures won’t slip during speech or meals, are easy to clean and long lasting.