Dental Implant Treatment Options
If you need to replace missing teeth, you probably already know that there are a myriad of treatment choices available. But finding the right solution can be difficult. Dental implants provide a permanent, worry-free solution to missing teeth.
Dental Implants Replace Failing Teeth
With the highest success rate of of any tooth-replacement option and a track record spanning decades, dental implants are the best long-term solution to missing teeth. When properly cared for, implants can last the rest of your life -- that’s what makes them such a good value. ClearChoice is America’s #1 provider of dental implants because we have dedicated teams of specialists with extensive training that can solve any condition with a variety of implant treatment options.
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Solutions for Failing or Missing Teeth
The All-On-Four A04
The All-On-Four procedure is designed to permanently replace all of your teeth on a single arch, using eight total posts for replacement of both the upper and lower arch. Why four posts? While it might be conceivable to use more or fewer, our clinicians have found four to be the optimal number. Try thinking of a roadway bridge: The engineer who designs it doesn't put a support column under every inch - only enough columns to successfully carry the weight of the bridge, plus any other forces exerted on it. In a similar way, this is the same way your new smile will be architected.
The Multiple Dental Implants Multi
Multiple implant treatment is an ideal option for candidates who are in the beginning stages of failing teeth. Even with good dental care, many older patients face the loss of multiple teeth as they age. Having many missing teeth is not only a problem for how you look and feel, but can also be detrimental to your health. Replacing these teeth is critical to maintaining the rest of your oral health. It is important to note that while it may appear that there are only a few missing teeth, depending on the condition of your jawbone, the All-On-Four (AO4) treatment may be necessary. This is because bone deterioration can happen under the gum, and may not even be noticeable.
Single Dental Implant Single
If you have lost a single tooth due to an accident or from periodontal disease, that one tooth can be easily replaced using a dental implant. To replace a single tooth, a dental implant is inserted into the site where the tooth is missing. The implant serves as a replacement for the root of the missing tooth. A small post called an abutment is then connected to the implant, and a replacement tooth is cemented on top of the abutment. Your new tooth will look and function just like your other natural teeth.
Understanding The Cost Of Dental Implants
Learn more about the cost of dental implants and receiving a fixed fee for your treatment.
Free Dental Implant Consultation
ClearChoice offers free dental implant consultations so you can fully understand your treamtent options.
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