Dental Implants

Dental implants are titanium artificial tooth roots that are placed into the  jaw bone where there is a missing tooth. Porcelain replacement teeth are then attached to them. Unlike other tooth replacement options, such as dentures and dental bridges, dental implants are permanently attached to the jaw bone, providing unsurpassed stability and support for the replacement teeth.  This characteristic means that patients who have dental implants are no longer troubled by ill-fitting dentures, messy adhesives, or costly replacement bridgework. Dental Implants can also be used to anchor full dentures so they are more comfortable and preserve the jaw bone.