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What Are Dental Implants

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The science behind your smile

Inspired by teeth, engineered to perfection
Dental implants are designed to replicate the form and function of the natural tooth: a titanium dental implant secured into the jaw acts as the tooth’s root, and the prosthetic or crown serves as the tooth itself. Implants are made of biocompatible materials and, with proper care, are designed to last a lifetime—unlike dentures, which the American Dental Association recommends you replace every 5-7 years. Dental implant procedures have been performed for over 50 years, and are not only proven and safe, but are fast becoming the preferred method of tooth replacement around the world.

 

About the All-on-4 dental implant procedure
A truly revolutionary approach to implant dentistry, “all on four” means that all the prosthetic teeth on a full dental bridge are secured using as few as four dental implants. This dramatically reduces the number of dental implant procedures and healing times, reduces the need for complicated bone grafting and sinus lift surgery prior to the implant procedure, and offers a more affordable option than multiple single implants.

 


Implant in action: An All-on-4 dental implant solution

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The science behind your smile

Inspired by teeth, engineered to perfection

Dental implants are designed to replicate the form and function of the natural tooth: a titanium dental implant secured into the jaw acts as the tooth’s root, and the prosthetic or crown serves as the tooth itself. 

Implants are made of biocompatible materials and, with proper care, are designed to last a lifetime—unlike dentures, which the American Dental Association recommends you replace every 5-7 years. Dental implant procedures have been performed for over 50 years, and are not only proven and safe, but are fast becoming the preferred method of tooth replacement around the world. 



Implant in action: An All-on-4 dental implant solution 
Dental Implant Procedure