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What is a Dental Implant?
A small titanium screw (post) represents the main body of a dental implant. During a minimally invasive surgical procedure, the implant post is inserted into the jawbone and then stabilized to promote healing. During the healing process, the implant post and the bone become integrated or fused together in a manner that is similar to the relationship between a natural tooth root and the jawbone. Read more »
The technology for the TEETH-IN-AN-HOUR™ procedure was developed by implant industry experts, Nobel Biocare, and was designed to make total tooth replacement more precise, less invasive, and more efficient. Through the collaborative efforts of the oral surgeon and the general dentist, it is possible to produce a beautiful, high-quality, long-term answer to tooth loss. Read more »
The wisdom teeth are a third and last set of permanent molars which form in the jawbone during childhood, but do not begin erupting until the later teen years. In this late stage of development the growth of the jawbone has typically stopped or slowed down considerably, making the eruption of the wisdom teeth far more complex than the eruption of any other teeth. Read more »
Rather than risk a failed dental implant surgery or deny you the opportunity for a permanent new tooth, we might recommend an additional procedure called bone grafting. Read more »
The alignment of the teeth and jaws, as well as a host of other dental and skeletal irregularities, can be corrected with orthognathic surgery. With this form of corrective jaw surgery, our surgical team can help to improve your ability to breathe, speak, and chew. In addition to the functional benefits, there are also a number of notable cosmetic advantages to orthognathic or corrective jaw surgery since these procedures can dramatically improve your facial profile and enhance your outward appearance. Read more »