Dental Implants In Glendale, AZ

Dental implant surgery is a procedure to replace missing teeth with a prosthetic replacement. A metal dental post is placed in the root of the tooth and acts as a replacement for the lost root. The metal dental post is placed into the jawbone and fuses over the span of a few months to the bone, acting like a natural tooth because of its stability. The process of the dental implant fusion to the bone is called osseointegration.

Dental implants are typically made of medical grade titanium which allows them to be integrated into the bone without the possibility of rejection. The success rate of these dental implants is close to 98%.

Dental implants can replace a single lost tooth, several teeth or eval all of the teeth. The goal of implants is to not only restore aesthetics, but to restore near full functionality of the teeth.

Though implants are typically for teeth replacements, they can also be used to support a removable denture for a more comfortable fit.

Mini-implants can be used for orthodontics procedures and act as temporary anchorage devices (TAD) to help move teeth to their desired position. Temporary anchorage devices are temporarily fixed to the bone, and are removed after their function has been served.

All-On-4 implants are an option available for patients who have lost all of their teeth due to decay or disease of the upper or lower arch. This technique provides a stable and comfortable prosthesis where four implants can be used to replace all teeth in a single arch. The implants are placed in areas where the bone is strong and a thin prosthesis is screwed into place.

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