An implant is a screw made of titanium, placed into the bone of your jaw or maxillary that mimics the root of a natural tooth and serves as the foundation for a crown. Whenever you need a tooth replaced because it was missing or it decayed, this is the place to start.
Digital Implant Surgery
Digital implant surgery uses a 3D computer simulation to check the bone condition and nerve position. During the dental procedure, an exact guide is fitted over your teeth to ensure no damage is done to surrounding nerve or teeth.
Xpress Smile With Implants
An entire row of upper or lower teeth can be replaced using FEW precisely placed implants giving you the opportunity to smile again in one day .
Instead of getting one implant per missing tooth, TeethXpress allows you to get your smile back with less screws needed. This procedure is recommended for people that have no teeth, have lost several of them, that would need multiple implants or are tired of using a denture.
When a tooth is lost, you may need a bone graft, which adds volume and density to your jaw in areas where bone loss has occurred. The bone graft material may be taken from your own body (autogenous), or it may be purchased from a human tissue bank (allograft) or an animal tissue bank (xenograft).
In some cases, your dental provider may combine a dental bone graft with platelet-rich plasma (PRP). This is taken from a sample of your own blood and is used to promote healing and tissue regeneration.
If bone loss has occurred due to injury or periodontal disease, a sinus augmentation can raise the sinus floor and allow for new bone formation. A sinus lift is one of the most common bone grafting procedures for patients with bone loss in the upper jaw and often necessary for the correct placement of implants.