Dental Implants

Dental implants accurately mimic natural teeth lost or broken due to injury or decay.

Dentus dental implant illustration

How does the dental implant procedure work? A surgical-grade titanium implant is placed into the jaw bone, where your tooth's root would naturally exist. After the implant has healed and integrated with the bone, an abutment is added to form a transition for a new crown. Finally, this crown is cemented to the abutment and the restoration is complete.

As one of the most desirable ways to replace broken or missing teeth, dental implants provide a range of benefits. In addition to appearing and functioning just like natural teeth, implants save and promote the growth of bone. In addition, implants do not require neighboring teeth to be altered in any way.

Feeling a bit uneasy about getting dental implants? Don't — Dentus dentists draw on specialized training to expertly perform the procedure while making sure you remain comfortable.

Want to know if dental implants are right for you? Contact us today.