Replace Your Missing Teeth with Dental Implants
You’re not alone in tooth loss—over 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth. While it is more common than many people imagine, tooth loss is also dangerous to your oral health. The root of a tooth stimulates your jaw bone, so when the tooth is missing, the bone begins to deteriorate from lack of stimulation. When bone loss occurs, the surrounding teeth may shift and move, altering your bite and changing your facial appearance. To prevent this from happening, dental implants are considered the gold standard to tooth replacement. Dental implants are a lifelike tooth replacement that both stimulate the jaw bone and function like a natural tooth.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
The purpose of a dental implant is to function like a natural tooth, including stimulating the jaw bone and providing chewing strength. Dr. Abraham John is experienced in the placement of implants and uses advanced technology to make ensure accurate placement. Implant surgery involves placing a titanium implant into the jaw bone that provides the same function a tooth root would. After healing, an abutment and lifelike crown are attached to look just like all your other teeth. After obtaining dental implants, most patients experience a drastic increase in their quality of life regarding improved self-confidence, ability to eat foods and oral health.
Enjoy the Benefits of Dental Implants
- Permanent and natural look
- Stimulates jaw bone
- Ability to eat most foods
- Improved self-confidence and speech
- Oral and systemic health
Put Your Trust in Dr. John’s Advanced Technology and Experience
Dr. John holds degrees in dentistry from three different universities and has helped many patients achieve a healthier smile through dental implants. Our practice also utilizes the most state-of-the-art dental technology for your implant placement. Through the use of our CEREC® machine, we can provide you with custom crowns for implant abutments in the same day as your appointment. We also utilize surgical guides for precise placement of your implants to ensure your smile lasts you a lifetime.
The Proof is in Our Patients
Before & After