Immediate Dental Implants

It is important to replace natural teeth with dental implants in order to prevent the deterioration, or resorption, of the surrounding bone that occurs when teeth are lost or missing. The impact of bone resorption after tooth loss includes collapsed facial profile, lost lip support, and increased wrinkles around the mouth and nose.

Bone resorption can be prevented by placing dental implants immediately when teeth are removed. Bone forms a strong bond to dental implants. They provideexcellent support for crowns or bridges and feel, look, and function like natural teeth. Dental implants not only preserve the bone, but they also preserve natural facial structures and gum contours.

 

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“Once the tooth was put on the implant, I never thought about it again.  It was ideal.”
J.A.

Failed natural tooth (before)

Failed natural tooth (before)

Immediately after surgery

Immediately after surgery

Final crown (after)

Final crown (after)

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