Implant Dentistry

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Implant Dentistry gives new alternatives to the traditional replacement of teeth as seen with bridgework or even dentures. They can replace lost or missing teeth, making eating, speaking and smiling natural again. It’s possible to bring back your confidence, restore function, and dental health with dental implants.


Dental Implants

Dental implants success is based on its unique biocompatibility (interaction of man-made material with host). Given 4-6 months healing, human bone heals and hardens as if its fussed to the dental implant and now ready to be restored with a crown. 

What is a Dental Implant?


A dental implant replaces the root portion of previously lost or missing tooth.

How Long Does It Take?

If enough bone is present, a dental implant screw is placed into the jaw bone which takes a minimum 4-6 months for healing to occur.

Am I too Old?

A healthy 75-year-old patient is no less of a dental implant candidate than a healthy 25-year-old patient.

Bone Grafting

What ensures best final esthetic and functional results are implants ideally positioned in optimal bone to support the final restoration. When optimal height or width of bone is lacking to best support the implant, bone grafting or sinus augmentation may be required.

Socket Preservation

A procedure to reduce bone loss after tooth extraction and keep the socket in its original shape. The bone graph ensures the best cite preservation for future implant placement.  


Ridge Augmentation

Ridge augmentation is a form of bone grafting/manipulation to help patients with insufficient bone height or width for long-term implant support. The bone graft is attached to the jaw which allows new bone to grow.


Sinus Elevation

A sinus lift is surgery that adds bone to your upper jaw around your molars and premolars. It's sometimes called a sinus augmentation. The bone is added between your jaw and the maxillary sinuses, which are on either side of your nose.