Tooth loss at any age can be a traumatic experience. Perhaps you had severe decay at an early age and lost your teeth to extractions, or you lost teeth due to an injury from a fall or related to sports. You may have developed complications with a root canal procedure, and it could not be treated, or you developed an abscess or gum disease that resulted in extractions. Perhaps your tooth just never developed, and it has always been missing. Further, if the tooth was lost a long time ago, you may now notice gradual shifting of your teeth, jaw pain, bite problems, and the emergence of new issues.
Replacement of missing teeth restores your smile, chewing, and lets you enjoy your life the way you want to. It also prevents bone loss, shifting of adjacent teeth, and damage to other teeth.
Dental Implants are now the standard-of-care for replacement of missing teeth. Dental bridges and dentures are the next treatment option to replace the missing teeth depending upon the condition of the patient mouth.
Are you wondering if you are a good candidate for dental implants? Whether it’s a question of age, health, state of your teeth and bone or financial limitations, we have the answers.
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At 3D Dental Implant Clinic We provide full range of dental implant treatments for single or multiple missing teeth including complete bite restoration. These include implants in
We offer solutions to missing teeth, no matter what the conditions are. Whether you have missing one, several, or all of your teeth, we can offer you customized solutions to help you eat better, smile more, and live a healthier life. From staged treatment approaches to same-day-teeth, we’ll design a treatment plan that supports long term success and your happiness. We are also a major center for management of dental implant complications and offer many solutions to problems you may have experienced with existing dental implants.
If you have one or several missing teeth, dental implants is an ideal treatment option for replacement. Whether it is a back tooth or a front tooth in the smile zone, we can offer you long-term solutions using dental implants.
Whether you are missing all of your teeth and are using dentures or have few remaining hopeless teeth that need extraction, dental implants can greatly help you regain the confidence of natural teeth. Treatment options range from totally fixed teeth to implant-supported removable over-dentures with options of either same-day-teeth approach or a staged treatment.
If you have inadequate bone due to infection, injury, or natural bone loss, we offer a range of bone augmentation procedures designed to develop the proper foundation for dental implants. We use various bone regeneration technologies and techniques to restore your missing bone and help you enjoy the benefits of dental implants.
Teeth-in-a-Day refers to the process where a patient can have necessary extractions done, dental implants placed and have an implant-supported prosthesis, all in the same day. It combines immediate implants and immediate restorations principles, so that a patient can come to the office in the morning, have all necessary surgery and prosthetic work completed, and leave home in the afternoon with fixed new teeth in place.
We provide complete diagnostics and careful treatment planning in collaboration with your restorative dentist to achieve your goals and help you eat better, smile more, and live a healthier life for long to come. These include cone beam CT scan, optical scans, photos, models, digital planning, and close communication with your restorative dentist.