Dental Implants

Dental implants are now recognized as the standard of care for tooth replacement, offering better health, an enhanced appearance, greater self confidence and an improved quality of life. Implants can replace one tooth, all teeth, or any variation in between. Always consult Baus Family Dental first about your best treatment options.

Are you a candidate?

Only one of the dentists can say for sure, but most patients can be treated with dental implants. We will evaluate you carefully with an exam, radiographs, and then make specific recommendations to you about your best treatment to replace the missing teeth. This depends on the type of bone you have and where vital structures like nerves and sinuses are in your radiographs.

Why chose dental implants?

Dental implants can improve your overall health by improving your ability to chew, enjoy the foods you love and being able to chew crunchy healthy foods. Implants also help your confidence and self-esteem knowing you look and feel like your natural self. Caring for non-implant tooth replacements, such as conventional dentures, can be much less convenient as it requires removal of the denture, where as implants are non-removable. With dental implants you can smile, talk and eat with more comfort and increase your self confidence.

Here is a typical implant visit calendar:

This system is state of the art and has a special imprinted design on top of each implant's cover. So without doing a second surgery to uncover the implant, all that is needed is an impression that a special computer system reads and knows exactly how big, how long, and where your implant is located in your jaw. The computer then makes your abutment and crown that connect to the implant for a perfect fit!

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You will receive care instructions when your treatment is completed or link to our website's aftercare instructions. Always remember that good oral hygiene, eating habits, and regular periodontal dental visits will be necessary to aid in the lifetime of your new dental implant!