Cosmetic Dentistry

Dental Implants

You don't know what you've got until it's gone. This cliché hits the nail on the head when it comes to missing teeth! Dental implants are the closest replacement option to natural teeth. Consider this...

Dental implants:
  • Replace Single or Multiple Teeth
  • Secure Dentures, Partials, or Bridges
  • Can Last a Lifetime
  • Require No Special Care Routine
  • Are Fixed and Permanent
  • Look and Feel Natural
  • Restore Ability to Speak, Eat, Smile Confidently
Missing teeth:
  • Allow Other Teeth to Shift Out of Place
  • Contribute to Significant Dental Problems
  • Impair Ability to Eat a Healthy Diet
  • Contribute to an Aged Appearance
  • Cause Low Self-Confidence
Statistics also show that people without teeth (edentulous) do not live as long as those with a healthy set of teeth. Don't sacrifice your life and health. Our doctor will help you regain function and confidence with dental implants.

Missing teeth can diminish your appearance and negatively impact self-esteem and overall health. Dental implants are a modern replacement tooth solution that provides unsurpassed comfort and function. They look and feel like natural teeth, and are an attractive alternative to other dental prosthetics.

The doctor
 places and restores dental implants at our leading-edge practice. You won’t have to see a specialist or travel to other dental offices. And as a Sedation-certified dentist, can administer IV sedation during your treatments for the ultimate in comfort and relaxation.
 What is a dental implant?
A dental implant has two parts. A tiny titanium post serves as a tooth root and secures a custom crown or other prosthetic mounted atop it. The post is made of biocompatible titanium, so it’s safe for your smile.

What are the benefits of dental implants?

Dental implants
provide innumerable benefits, including:
  • Prevention of jawbone loss attributed to missing teeth
  • A more youthful appearance because lips and facial structures are supported
  • Clear speech
  • No diet restrictions
  • Long-lasting comfort and function
  • Natural look and feel
What’s involved in placing and restoring dental implants?
If you qualify for implants, the doctor will surgically insert the tiny posts into your jawbone – one for each missing tooth or a few to stabilize a denture, partial, or bridge. You jawbone will fuse with the posts, a process called osseointegration, and Dr. Majors will attach your custom replacement teeth. You’ll have a beautifully renewed smile and a new outlook on life. With proper care, your dental implants may last a lifetime.