Implant Dentistry

Illustration of a natural tooth and a dental implantDental Implants Are Ideal for Replacing Teeth

If you are suffering with missing teeth, failing teeth, or chronic dental problems, you have several options. However, only one will give you the comfort and security that offers all the fit, feel, and function of natural teeth: the amazing dental implant.

Dental implants typically have three parts:

  1. The implant: A screw that serves as a root for your new teeth. This is inserted into the jawbone and is usually made of high-quality metal such as medical-grade titanium.
  2. The abutment: A component that attaches to the implant and extends through the soft tissue to support the replacement tooth.
  3. The crown: The part of the replacement tooth you can see. It’s usually made of porcelain or zirconium for durability and a natural-looking appearance.

Dental implants have been called the most significant dental innovation of our generation for good reason. Bone actually attaches to the medical-grade titanium, resulting in a replacement tooth that feels completely natural. Moreover, implants can help preserve your jawbone, which can become vulnerable to shrinkage over time once teeth are lost.

Not only will you look younger with natural-looking, implant-supported teeth, you will regain your ability to eat your favorite foods—even if those foods are apples, steak, and corn on the cob!

Drs. Magusiak, Morgan and Brown have been restoring dental implants for over ten years and have the experience and knowledge to rehabilitate your mouth using the most current techniques and procedures. We have a working relationship with a wide variety of local oral surgeons and periodontists and are able to manage the complete restorative process.

Whether you are missing a single tooth or are completely edentulous, the doctors and staff have the training and experience to restore your mouth to a healthy, functional state.