Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Why should I choose dental implants?

If you are struggling with missing teeth, dental implants can be the key to unlocking a brighter, more fulfilling life. With the help of dental implants, you can restore your smile and reclaim your quality of life. Unlike other tooth replacement options, dental implants go beyond just replacing the visible portion of your tooth. They anchor into your jawbone, replacing the root and providing a stable foundation for a natural-looking tooth replacement. This means you can indulge in all your favorite foods without restriction and maintain optimal oral health. Don't let missing teeth hold you back any longer - explore the transformative power of dental implants today.

Dental Implants Vs. Dentures

Dental Implants
Other Tooth Replacement Options
Replaces Teeth
Replaces the Entire Tooth Structure
No Dietary Restrictions
Allows For Regular Brushing & Flossing
Stops the Progression of Bone Loss

The Dental Implant Treatment Process

Evaluation & Treatment Planning

Using advanced imaging technology, including photogrammetry, your dentist will create a 3D image of your teeth and gums. With these images, we can accurately assess your oral health to determine if you’re a good candidate for dental implants, and create a precise treatment plan for optimal results. Your dentist will go over their findings with you and help you decide on the best way to complete your smile.

Placing the Implant

Once you’ve been approved for treatment, we’ll schedule your oral surgery appointment. Your dentist will create an opening in the gums and place the dental implant directly into the jaw. The site will then be closed, sutured, and ready to heal. Over the next 3-6 months, the implant will fuse with the surrounding bone in a process called osseointegration. You’ll return to the office throughout the healing process so we can monitor your progress and ensure you’re healing properly.

Applying the Restoration

Once the implant is fully healed, your dentist will reopen the site and attach an abutment, the piece of the puzzle that connects the implant to the final restoration. A restoration is the visible part of the prosthesis. For example, a dental crown will be used to replace a single tooth. Your restoration will be custom-crafted to blend in seamlessly with the rest of your smile.

The Dental Implant Treatment Process

Digital Smile Design Experience

With Digital Smile Design, you can say goodbye to messy impressions, and hello to an advanced 3D visualization of your new smile. This streamlines the treatment process and allows you to see what your smile will look like after your implant procedure is complete!

Dental Implant Benefits


Restores Jaw Health

Dental implants are the only tooth replacement to prevent bone loss to keep your jaw strong and healthy.


Boosts Your Confidence

Secure and natural-looking, dental implants will allow you to eat, talk, and smile without worrying about your teeth shifting or moving around in your mouth.


Durable & Long Lasting

While your restoration will need to be replaced eventually, dental implants themselves can last a lifetime with the proper care.

Discover The Difference

Changing Smiles, Changing Lives


Dr. Yousef started with bite therapy and then went into study models, provisional staging, and then finals. The results? A beautiful new smile for this awesome patient!


To restore this patient's smile back to its true form, Dr. Yousef placed several implants. Dr. Yousef then completed mounted models as well as provisional crowns and final crowns.

Crowns and Bridges

Dr. Johnson placed 6 upper anterior crowns, completely restoring this patient's severely decayed and broken smile.

Snap-In Dentures

This patient came to Dr. Johnson with an upper partial and a variety of ill fitting and failing crowns. A set of snap-in dentures on the patient's upper arch restored their health to its peak form.

Snap-In Dentures

Broken and missing teeth kept this patient from smiling with confidence. Dr. Johnson was able to renew the natural form and function of their smile with a set of snap-in denutres on their upper arch.

Snap-In Dentures

Before coming to our office, this patient struggled with failing teeth, recession, and bone loss. With a set of upper and lower snap-in dentures, Dr. Johnson was able to completley restore their smile.Before coming to our office, this patient struggled with failing teeth, recession, and bone loss. With a set of upper and lower snap-in dentures, Dr. Johnson was able to completley restore their smile.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I care for my dental implant?

We’ll provide you with detailed instructions on how to take care of your dental implants, but in general, at home hygiene is simple! To care for a dental implant, brush and floss regularly to remove food particles and plaque buildup. You can also rinse with an antibacterial mouthwash to help reduce the risk of infection and inflammation.

To extend the lifespan of your implant restoration, avoid hard or sticky foods and the use of tobacco products, and if you grind your teeth, wear a nightguard.

Last, but certainly not least, keeping up with your regular dental check-ups and cleanings will allow us to monitor your implant and your overall oral health.

What are my financing options for dental implants?

We believe that our patients deserve the highest quality of care, and that care should never feel out-of-reach. We work with a variety of healthcare lenders so you can finance your treatment and create payment plans that fit your budget and lifestyle. Get in touch with our team today to find out more about how we can help you complete your smile.

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