What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants have become a major advancement in replacing missing teeth, protecting oral health, and enhancing smiles. Advanced implant technology delivers the closest resemblance to one of your own natural teeth.
An implant is made of a titanium fixture, abutment, and crown. The fixture acts as a tooth root and goes through a process called osseointegration which allows the titanium to integrate with your jawbone, adding maximum durability and support for your restoration.
After the gums have healed after placing the implant, the natural-looking, restoration will be attached to the abutment and blend seamlessly with your smile. You’ll be able to eat, speak, and smile with confidence again without worrying about your teeth.
Our Dental Implant Solutions
Which Treatment Fits You Best?
At Triad Cosmetic Dentistry, we want our patients to fully understand all their options when seeking restorative treatment. Explore our different dental implant solutions and see which treatment sounds most fitting for you.
Preparation for a Successful Implant
Some patients who want to restore their smiles with dental implants may not be able to automatically undergo the treatment process due to oral health issues. Oftentimes, a supplemental procedure can help these patients regain their oral health and prepare them for a successful implant.
At Triad Cosmetic Dentistry, we want to help anyone who is looking to invest in dental implants to be able to receive them. We offer bone grafting and tooth extraction with immediate replacement to improve our patients’ health.
Extraction Immediate Replacement
Teeth that are infected or decayed will need to be removed before they’re able to receive implants. Luckily, we can extract a tooth and place an implant fixture all in the same day with our immediate replacement procedure.
Bone grafting is a procedure that helps rebuild lost jawbone. When people suffer from tooth loss, their jaw begins to weaken because their tooth root is no longer there to stimulate it. Bone grafts are taken, typically from another part of the patient’s body, and placed in the jawbone so it can regenerate.