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Better Support For Replacement Teeth

Our office offers a better, more advanced approach to implant dentistry. 3D images and guided placement lead to precise implant placement and incredible support for replacement teeth!

Is The Dental Implant My Replacement Tooth?

Your dental implant is a small titanium device that occupies the space of a lost tooth’s roots. An abutment is then attached to the implant to hold a replacement tooth that boasts a natural appearance.

Why Should I Use An Implant To Keep My Tooth In Place?

Implants make it easier to bite and chew by anchoring your restoration and keeping neighboring teeth secure. They also protect you because they stimulate your jawbone and preserve its health.

How Soon Will My Smile Be Restored?

Based on your health and other factors, you may be a candidate for same-day dental implants. This means you will have replacement teeth affixed after your implants are placed. These are not your permanent restorations, but you will leave your appointment with a full smile!

How Does Technology Help With My Treatment?

We use 3D imaging and placement technology to identify the ideal position and angle of the implant, and to provide the best level of precision with its placement.

Will Implant Placement Be Uncomfortable?

We use digital imaging tools to plan and perform your implant placement, which leads to better precision, comfort, and recovery. After you fully heal and have your replacement tooth, you can bite, chew, and speak comfortably and confidently! 

Can I Schedule The Entire Service At Your Office?

Other dental offices send their patients to oral surgery clinics for implant placement. Dr. Grantham has years of experience placing implants right here in our office for a seamless, efficient, comfortable experience. 

Can I Bite And Chew With A Replacement Tooth Held By An Implant?

Biting and chewing with your restoration is good for your oral health because the implant stimulates surrounding jawbone tissues to prevent gradual deterioration.

Will My Implant Affect Other Teeth?

Implants help neighboring teeth stay in place by supporting their roots. Because dental implants stimulate the jawbone and prevent deterioration, they are important to support the health of your other teeth in the long run.