Studies show that across the United States millions of people are living with partial or complete tooth loss. Fortunately, with today’s advances in the field of implant dentistry, it’s easier than ever to rebuild a beautiful and complete smile. At Twin City Dentistry, we customize your treatment plan with implants to achieve the most aesthetically pleasing and functional outcomes of care. Our highly trained professional team tailors treatment to accommodate your individual needs and prioritizes your comfort at every visit.
If you’ve experienced tooth loss due to periodontal disease, traumatic injury, tooth decay or for any other reason, you may be a candidate for implants. A dental implant is a small surgical post, made of biocompatible materials, which integrates with the jawbone overtime to support a dental prosthesis. By behaving in much the same way as the root of a natural tooth, a dental implant provides ongoing stimulation to the surrounding bone to prevent a loss of volume and preserve facial fullness. Once your dental implants are placed and fully integrated, we can restore them with dental crowns, fixed bridges or overdentures. At Twin City Dentistry, we can even replace a full arch of upper or lower teeth with an implant-supported full arch dental bridge, which offers a permanent, stable alternative to traditional dentures. Not only do dental implants have an astonishing 98% rate of success, but also people living with dental implants typically report an improvement to their overall quality of life following treatment.
At Twin City Dentistry we make it easier to smile, eat and speak with implants. Our experienced dentist and staff keep pace with the most advanced solutions in prosthodontic care. To learn more about our office and all the possibilities offered by dental implants or to schedule an appointment, give us a call today.
Our goal is to help every patient experience the benefits of good oral health and a beautiful smile. We value the trust you have placed in our office and strive to provide solutions that meet your dental needs and expectations of care.