Implants might be a solution for you if you are missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or have support Dentures. We offer a complete range of implant services from replacing a single tooth to all of your teeth in both your jaws.
Single Tooth Implants
Non-removable Implant Dentures
Fixed Implant Dentures
These are also all great options and alternatives for patients who might require a full set of dentures and an extremely popular option for people missing most or all of their teeth.
Schedule a consultation with Dr. Eriks today to see if these options are a good fit for you and your smile.
Fixed implant dentures are a popular solution for missing teeth and usually a great alternative to traditional removable dentures. There are numerous causes for missing teeth, including gum disease and other dental complications, but implant dentures can help bring back your smile. Before fixed implant technology was invented and refined, patients relied on removable dentures held in by suction or, in more serious cases, special adhesives. We would hear complaints of disappointment and pain. Now, we can attach Zirconium or Titanium prosthetic dentures to dental implants to create a more secure, comfortable and functional smile.
- The enhanced ability to talk, bite, and chew with full functionality
- Contour and feel of fixed implant dentures (all-on-4 or all-on-6) is more similar to natural teeth
- Less self-consciousness and anxiety compared to missing teeth and other denture options
- They are screwed in and secured in place allowing for better strength and functionality
Our experience and state-of-the-art technology allow us to help most patients get fixed dentures all in one appointment. Usually in just one visit, we remove existing teeth and place all implants and fixed temporary teeth. After years of suffering from missing, painful or ugly teeth, our patients are overjoyed with the transformation when they smile in the mirror for the first time after the appointment.
After the procedure is complete, dental implants usually require a month of healing before we can place the permanent zirconium or titanium teeth. The temporary teeth we placed during your first visit will be used as a guide for the permanent teeth. During that month of healing, we’ll be able to see how your mouth and bite adjust to having the new teeth and we can make adjustments and fine-tune (if needed) the new permanent teeth prior to final placement.
Because fixed dentures are usually a permanent solution, a lot of time, energy and focus is needed to create the perfect permanent smile. Costs can vary slightly depending on implant type and type of material used so please contact us to set up a consultation to discuss the options and costs.
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