For the most natural appearance and function when replacing missing teeth, dental implants are the newest and most coveted option. At Arka Family Dental we are proud to offer the latest in dental implant technology to our patients. Our clinic uses 3D cone beam CT panorama imaging technology, a state-of-the-art device that improves the process of planning, placing and repairing dental implants for the highest quality restorative results. When it comes to replacing your teeth, this is the most advanced restorative dentistry option available in restorative dentistry.
Dental implants are permanent replacements for your natural teeth. Unlike dentures that are removable and can become dislodged, dental implants look and feel like natural teeth. Each tooth is anchored into your jaw bone with a titanium post, just like the root of a tooth. The post is then covered with a crown or other prosthetic tooth that is permanently affixed. Dental implants are meant to last for many years and require oral care just like natural teeth.
Complete Implant Dentistry
If you are considering replacing all your teeth, dental implants can be used to create a complete new set of permanent teeth. This is when our 3D dental implant technology can make a major difference in the final results. With improved imaging, we can ensure the proper placement of your new teeth, creating the best fit for your face and bite. This new technology can also reduce the time it takes to perfect the implants for your physiology, giving you a higher quality smile in less time.
One of the many benefits of dental implants is that you can replace one or all your teeth, depending on your needs. Missing teeth that are not good candidates for a dental bridge can be replaced using dental implants, with no need for two reliable teeth for retainers on either side. If you have one or more missing teeth, a dental implant can be a great way to close those gaps in your smile.
As wonderful as dental implants can be for dental restoration, they are not the right option for everyone. To learn more about dental implants and explore all your restoration options, contact our office to schedule a consultation with us today.