Dental implants replace missing teeth and fill the gaps in your smile. Dental implants are permanent and will provide the foundation for replacement teeth. If you are missing teeth from periodontal disease or injury, or wear dentures that are uncomfortable or want to keep your remaining teeth intact, dental implants are your solution. They are permanent, effective and will provide you with a comfortable solution so you can feel good about your mouth and teeth.
Why Port Orchard Dental Implants?
Dental implants are the most secure way to keep your mouth healthy, if you having missing teeth. They replace the root of your missing teeth and are able to securely hold a replacement tooth or bridge. Dental implants are made of titanium which gives strong support for dentures, bridges or single replacement teeth so that they don’t move around. Dental implants will stop your jawbone from shrinking, which can happen when you are missing your teeth.
What is the Dental Implant Procedure?
If you are missing teeth and are interested in dental implants, the dentists at Port Orchard Dental Excellence will meet with you to find the best course of action. Depending on your needs and condition, the associates will help you to create a custom treatment plan. Treatment plans for dental implants depend on the case. You may ned a bone graft, bone regeneration or would like to take advantage of our Teeth in One Hour procedure. Again, your treatment plan will depend on your needs but no matter the course of action you take, your dentist will help develop the best plan for you and your needs.
What is Teeth In One Hour?
Teeth in One Hour is a special procedure that allows patients to receive functioning teeth on dental implants in just one procedure. This procedure was designed by Nobel, Biocare and will save a patient time and pain with the dental implant procedure. During the Teeth in One Hour procedure, your dentist will take CAT scans of your jaw bone and create a 3D model of it. Using virtual reality software and the 3D model, your dentist will plan the implant placement. Because this is done virtually, you do not have to be present for the process. Working with the model and the software, your dentist will implant the prosthesis immediately following surgery so you have less swelling and bruising.