Dental implants are often the best option for replacing missing teeth. You may be a candidate for dental implants if you have one or more missing or failing teeth. Dental implants are the best solution for replacing real teeth, whether you need to replace one tooth or a full set of teeth.
Dental implants provide a great support for dentures. Some popular implant supported denture systems allow for dentures to snap in and snap out of the implants, which provides much more stability than typical dentures. Snap-in dentures are usually more affordable than permanent, non-removable options, like full arch screw-in dentures.
The full arch screw-in denture, aka the Freedom Denture, is an exceptional option for replacing teeth. and implant solution is an exceptional treatment. Same Day Dental is a leader in this screw-in system. This is a life changing procedure that is used to replace full upper and/or lower teeth. This option securely supports a full arch of teeth with just four implants. Usually a denture is screwed into the implants, making them permanent. Only your dentist can unscrew the denture from the implants, which means you can eat what you want and smile without the fear of your dentures moving.
Your new full arch of teeth will look and feel completely natural. Four implants. One arch. One amazing new smile.
If a patient is missing one tooth due to an accident or periodontal disease, a single tooth implant is an excellent treatment option. With a single tooth implant, the crown (artificial tooth) is supported with a single titanium dental implant. Your new tooth will be designed to seamlessly match the appearance of your natural teeth.
If a patient is missing multiple adjacent teeth but has healthy surrounding teeth and gums, multiple teeth implants may be a suitable treatment option. A bridge with multiple crowns is mounted to two to three implants in the jaw bone while the healthy surrounding teeth remain.
Our in-house lab technicians craft your implant crown(s) to seamlessly match your natural teeth in shape, size, and color.
The cost of an implant treatment varies depending on each person's circumstance and what treatment they choose. To understand what implant treatment is right for you, we recommend scheduling a consultation with one of our expert dentists.