A Lasting Single Tooth Replacement
Tooth loss causes risk to your oral health the longer you delay treatment. A single tooth implant restores your tooth function, oral health, and your appearance.
A dental implant is crafted from titanium. It forms a secure, new tooth root as it’s surgically placed within your bone and gum tissue.
Your single tooth implant becomes the foundation for securing a dental crown on the surface. Implant treatment restores your tooth structure and your ability to eat and chew.
A dental implant for single tooth replacement can last for 10 or more years. Proper oral health care is necessary to maintain healthy gum tissue and the health of your surrounding teeth following treatment with a single tooth implant.
The Support of Implants to Replace Your Missing Teeth
Tooth loss impacts your surrounding, healthy teeth. A bridge implant restores your tooth function without the need for an implant for each missing tooth.
Bridge implants use the space between your teeth and require healthy gum tissue and bone support for the implant. Dental implants are placed at designated places to create support for your bridge.
An implant adapts to your bone tissue to form a new, supportive tooth root beneath the surface. After healing, your bridge will be secured to your implant or implants.
Secure and Healthy Denture Treatment
Standard dentures are known to slip, move, and potentially cause bone and gum tissue erosion. Implant dentures provide a stable solution and prevent your dentures from slipping, moving, or falling out.
A denture supported by implants is a more permanent solution for tooth loss. Four (smaller) implants can be used to secure and stabilize your denture in the upper and/or lower arch of your mouth.
Your denture will remain in place without movement. An implant denture will also eliminate the problems associated with bone and gum tissue loss.
Quick and Stable Missing Teeth Replacement
Dental implants are secure solution for tooth loss. The teeth in a day process uses dental implants to provide you a secure tooth replacement in the upper and/or lower arch of your mouth.
Implants are placed at four specific locations in the arch of your mouth that’s being treated. Your new teeth will be secured to the dental implants following a brief healing period.
You will depart your appointment with the ability to eat, chew, and smile. The teeth in a day procedure can most often be completed in a single appointment and costs less than a standard dental implant procedure.
Accurate Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
Effective dental treatment relies on accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. Cone beam x-ray technology improves the diagnostic results you receive prior to treatment.
The digital x-ray technology creates detailed 3D images for a clearer perspective on your mouth and the specific area of treatment. The cone beam x-ray process creates a viewable library of images that you can view and discuss chair side with your dentist prior to your treatment.
Contact your Macon dentist about your tooth loss. Schedule an oral examination to discuss your missing teeth replacement options with implant dentistry.
Teeth In A Day
Fast and Simple Tooth Replacement
Missing teeth are a threat to your dental health. The teeth in a day procedure provides an easy and fast solution for your tooth loss.
It’s common to delay tooth replacement. You might perceive the process to require too much time or cost.
Both time and cost savings are possible with our teeth in a day treatment. You can leave your dental appointment (the same day) with a new set of teeth that restore your tooth function and appearance.
Your teeth in a day procedure uses the popular all on four process to replace your missing teeth in the upper and/or lower arch of your mouth. Four dental implants are placed at strategic locations in your treatment area.
Following your initial oral examination and consultation (including full mouth x-rays with cone beam scan technology) and treatment planning you will be prepped for your procedure and provided available sedation to help you remain comfortable and relaxed. Two implants will be placed in the front portion of your jaw and two implants will be placed (at a 45 degree angle) in the back portion of your jaw to restore your tooth function.
A rest and healing period will allow your implants to heal following placement while your new set of teeth are crafted. After healing has occurred your new teeth will be placed onto your implants to restore your ability to chew and smile more confidently the same day.
Request an Appointment
The first step in your journey toward a beautiful, healthy smile is to schedule an appointment with our friendly dental experts. Please give us a call or complete the appointment request form on this page to begin the process and one of our friendly scheduling coordinators will be in touch with you shortly to finalize your appointment.