Implant Supported

Crowns

A strong foundation for fixed or removable replacement teeth may be provided by dental implants. They also help to maintain the existing bone.

When a patient is missing a single tooth, an increasingly popular and effective form of restoration is an implant supported crown. This involves the installation of a single implant and its restoration with a dental crown. The crown is usually manufactured from a ceramic material that is exceptionally durable and is made to match the surrounding teeth.

Dental implants are small anchors made of a biocompatible metal called titanium that are placed in the jawbone.

Dental implants are the replacement of tooth roots in the mouth. Once placed, the anchors begin to fuse with the bone over the course of a few months. After the fusing process, known as osseointegration, abutment posts are inserted into the anchors to allow for the permanent attachment of the replacement teeth.

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While the implant crowns might require replacement over time, implants can last for decades, if not a lifetime. Implant crowns replace the entire tooth (including crown to root) for a realistic appearance, helping patients to avoid bone breakdown and changes to the facial structure. Also, implant crowns will allow you to enjoy eating your favorite foods and speak as you normally would.

If you are missing a tooth, implant crowns may be the tooth replacement treatment for you. Learn more about this type of treatment by calling us today or reaching out to us online.

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