What is dental implant

Dental Implants

If you’re missing a tooth or more, you may find that there are other things you miss. You may miss your natural smile. You may miss the ability to chew apples, crackers and other food you desire. Maybe you feel self-conscious about your teeth and mouth, or discomfort as remaining teeth shift. Perhaps you’ve experienced muscle strains, an inability to speak clearly, headaches or unease in familiar situations at work, with friends or at home.

Naturally, the effect of tooth loss varies from person to person and depends on exactly what has been lost. If you’ve lost the crown, you’ve lost the visible part of your tooth. But if you’ve lost the root as well, you’ve lost the unseen part of your tooth. The root anchors the tooth in your jawbone, providing stable support for the crown. Without the root, the bone around the lost tooth may gradually recede, remaining teeth may shift, and chewing may become more difficult with time.
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You can choose from a number of ways to replace your tooth crowns, but if you’re interested in replacing your entire tooth – crown and root – your only option is Dental Implants.

The 15 Minute Extraction/Immediate Load Implant

Thanks to techniques pioneered at the Dental Implant Institute, we can now safely perform the first stage of Dental Implants in 15 Minutes. The 15 minutes includes numbing, you will only sit in the chair for a total of 15 minutes. This is due to the groundbreaking HSC™*, or Hydraulic Sinus Condensing™ technique, which was developed in 1995. This allows us in one visit to extract the old tooth, create space for the implant to be placed and finally place it. Call and ask us about the 15 Minute Dental Implant™ today!

If you’re missing a tooth or more, you may find that there are other things you miss. You may miss your natural smile. You may miss the ability to chew apples, crackers and other food you desire. Maybe you feel self-conscious about your teeth and mouth, or discomfort as remaining teeth shift. Perhaps you’ve experienced muscle strains, an inability to speak clearly, headaches or unease in familiar situations at work, with friends, or at home.

Naturally, the effect of tooth loss varies from person to person and depends on exactly what has been lost. If you’ve lost the crown, you’ve lost the visible part of your tooth. But if you’ve lost the root as well, you’ve lost the unseen part of your tooth. The root anchors the tooth in your jawbone, providing stable support for the crown. Without the root, the bone around the lost tooth may gradually recede, remaining teeth may shift, and chewing may become more difficult with time. You can choose from a number of ways to replace your tooth crowns, but if you’re interested in replacing your entire tooth – crown and root – your only option is Dental Implants.