Dental implants are permanent, fixed prosthetic teeth that are anchored to your bone (ie. replacement roots). They're a long-term solution, they're not removable, and they produce excellent cosmetic results. Dental implants are typically the most ideal treatment option when replacing missing teeth, because they most closely replicate nature.
The Implant Process
If you decide that dental implants are right for you, we will first scan your jaws using our cone beam CT scanner. This allows us to visualize your bone in three-dimensions, so your implant can be placed with the utmost precision. After placement, sufficient time is allotted to allow the implant to integrate (become strong in your bone). Once fully integrated, digital impression scans are taken and sent to our lab to create a custom, esthetic, all-porcelain crown that intimately fits with the implant and surrounding teeth.
Your new implant will be easy to care for, appear completely natural, and can last your entire lifetime. To receive answers to your questions about dental implants, speak to a friendly team member at Omni Dental today.
For information regarding full-mouth implant options, view our Full-Arch Implant Restoration page.
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