Dental Implants

Dental Implants – the next best thing to Natural Teeth

If you are missing teeth or wear dentures, you may be a candidate for dental implants. These tiny surgical cylinders act as structural replacements for the roots of lost teeth to create a foundation for a dental crown or to stabilize dentures.

Single Tooth Replacement

Dental Implants are often the preferred approach to replace a single missing tooth rather than a traditional dental bridge, which involves drilling of surrounding teeth that may not need treatment otherwise. A single tooth implant can be restored with a porcelain crown to create a natural-looking result without disturbing adjacent teeth.

Denture Stabilization

Dental Implants are fast-becoming the ideal anchors for complete and partial dentures. Patients that have had their dentures secured with dental implants often comment that they can enjoy foods such as pizza, steak and crunchy vegetables again without fear or embarrassment of loose dentures that slip when eating or talking.

Integration and Preservation

Due to lack of stimulation and blood flow between the teeth and jaw structures, missing teeth are directly linked to increased loss of jaw bone support as we age. Current research indicates that the placement of dental implants, in the absence of natural teeth, may help reduce the rate of bone loss due to missing teeth.

Your Dental Team

Dr. Wise works closely with dental specialists, including Periodontists and Oral Surgeons, to coordinate the placement of your dental implant. After the implant is placed, Dr. Wise designs a natural-looking restoration or custom denture to complete the process.

More Options than Ever

The possibilities that exist today to rebuild smiles with dental implants are virtually unlimited. If you have multiple teeth that are “in trouble”, missing teeth or loose dentures, dental implants may be the solution you have been waiting for.

Contact us to schedule a personal consultation with Dr. Wise to find out how you may benefit from dental implants.