What Can Be Restored
Besides good function, the ideal replacement must look like your natural teeth both to you and to others. Dental implants offer multiple possibilities to improve your smile.
The ideal replacement for your missing teeth must also feel like natural teeth and be easy to clean. Knowing your teeth are stable during eating and talking means a lot.
Replacing your lost teeth with dental implants is well established modality and we will discuss with you a treatment plan for long term results, including risks, benefits, and alternatives.
The Closest Replacement to Natural Teeth
Chances are, whether you have lost one tooth or several teeth, whether it is a new situation or something you have lived with for years, you have never become fully accustomed to losing such a vital part of yourself. Now you can have replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth.
Durable and Strong
Advances in dental science allow your dentist to offer artificial tooth roots which integrate with the jawbone to form a secure foundation for tooth replacement. This concept for oral rehabilitation was developed in the late 1970s by a Swedish scientist and orthopaedic surgeon, Professor Per-Ingvar Brånemark.
Many Treatment Options
Whether it is single crown implants, bridge implants, or anchor points for dentures; traditional implants provide firm points of contact to allow for multiple restoration options that maintain the look of natural teeth while minimizing discomfort.
Park Fee Dental is proud to offer full arch restoration involving replacing all of the teeth from either the upper arch, lower arch or both. The entire procedure can usually be done under sedation and completed in only one day, including removal of any existing teeth, implantation and the fitting of your new non-removable teeth.