#1 option for replacing teeth

Am I a Good Candidate for Dental Implants

Dental implants are a good replacement solution for missing teeth, tooth decay, serious damage, and tooth loss as a result of periodontal disease. As a permanent solution to tooth loss, dental implants require surgery and a significant amount of time to heal. Ideal candidates for dental implants will have strong bone mass and healthy gum tissue.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are typically made of titanium and are similar in shape and size to a natural tooth root. Titanium is the material of choice for dental implants due to its strength, durability and its ability to fuse to bone over time. The process of the bone fusing to the implant's surface is called osseointegration. The bone cells attach themselves to the implant during this period of healing.

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Experience the Difference at Burns Dentistry

As a patient of Burns Dentistry, you can be confident that your dental implants will be look and feel just like natural teeth.  Many of our patients tell us that their friends and family cannot detect a difference between their dental implants and their own teeth.

“I went to Burns Dentistry for dental implants because I was embarrassed about my teeth. I was always trying to hold back laughter and refrain from smiling. I now have the best dental implants and I can laugh smile and eat all kinds of food again. You can’t even tell I have them!”

Not sure how dental implants can improve your function and smile?  Schedule your free consultation with one of our implant specialists who can help determine which option is best for your unique situation.

How do we Match Your Implants to Your Smile?

The doctors at Burns Dentistry are expert cosmetic dentists who will make sure your dental implants look natural, feel natural and are indistinguishable from the rest of your teeth.  Your implant will be crafted and properly placed and integrated into your smile.

How Long Will Your Dental Implants Last?

Dental implants offer the strongest, most stable, and most durable option for replacing missing teeth. With reasonable care, they can last for many years. There are cases in which some implants may have to be adjusted, tightened or replaced.  With regular professional care, such problems are rare and can usually be easily remedied.

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