Treatment Options

There are many treatment possibilities for dental implants, including replacing fractured roots, failed root canals, resorbed roots (melting away), and failure or decay of teeth supporting bridges. All of these problems can be solved without cutting down the adjacent teeth.

 

Dental implants can replace single fractured roots:

Root Fracture

Root Fracture

Implant X-ray

Implant X-ray

Implant Crown on Right Incisor

Implant Crown on Right Incisor

 

 

Dental implants can also replace single roots with failing endodontic treatment:

Endodontic Failure

Endodontic Failure

Implant X-ray

Implant X-ray

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Implant Crown on Left Incisor

 

 

 

Root resorption, often follows traumatic tooth injury. This is another indication for dental implants:

Root Resorption

Root Resorption

Implant X-ray

Implant X-ray

Implant Crown on Left Incisor

Implant Crown on Left Incisor

 

 

 

Failing dental bridgework is a difficult problem that Dental Implants can easily solve:

X-ray of Failing Bridge

X-ray of Failing Bridge

X-ray of Dental Implant Bridge

X-ray of Dental Implant Bridge

Failing Bridge

Failing Bridge

Dental Implant Supported Bridge

Dental Implant Supported Bridge

 

 

Dental Implants can replace one or many missing or failed natural teeth:

Hopelessly decayed bridge abutments

Hopelessly decayed bridge abutments

Three Dental Implants replacing them

Three Dental Implants replacing them

Decayed bridge abutments

Decayed bridge abutments

Replaced with Three Dental Implants

Replaced with Three Dental Implants

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