What can you do when you are missing teeth in only one area? One potential option is dental implants. Dental implants can be used in almost any area of the mouth to replace missing teeth. They can be placed singly, to replace one missing tooth, or in pairs that form a bridge, to replace a series of missing teeth.
Implants have been used for decades to help patients have strong healthy smiles. They have been proven to be safe, and can be both beautiful and long lasting. The process of getting dental implants starts with having the implants placed. Once the implants are secure, a process which may involve healing time, a bridge is placed on the implants. The bridge is made of porcelain and is supported by titanium. It is custom designed to look like natural teeth in a row, matching your existing teeth and smile. Once your bridge is placed, it can be difficult for even a dentist to tell which teeth are implants by looking at them!
With our CEREC scanner, we can often take a digital scan rather than taking an impression like the video states, which will make the process easier and faster