Because our Dr.’s perform every aspect of your dental implant treatment, you can choose from many restorations for your implants, including:
While dental implant failure is possible, it is exceptionally rare. Numerous studies have been conducted, and most of them have found a failure rate of no more than 5 percent. Still, some behaviors or conditions can affect the success of implants. They include smoking, bone density, radiation treatments, and diabetes. We will assess your risk factors during planning for an implant procedure.
We’ll make a very small incision in your gum to access the bone in your jaw, then create a tiny hole and places the implant. Your bone grows up around the implant and fuses to it in a process called osseointegration. After the implant is fully healed, we attach a small part called an abutment to it. Your replacement tooth is then attached to the abutment.