Dental Implants

Dental implants are a revolutionary restorative treatment made possible by modern technologies and techniques derived from ongoing advancements in dentistry. Designed to replace the function and appearance of missing teeth, dental implants set themselves apart from other restorations by joining your natural anatomy below the gum line. 

The implant post is first surgically embedded into your jawbone, where the biocompatible material fuses to the bone structure. Once fully healed, the post is connected with a second component, known as an abutment. The abutment serves its purpose as a connector – joining the post to the restoration. Our practice offers implant restorations in the form of a crown, bridge, or full-arch prosthetic; that way, whether you are missing one tooth, multiple teeth, or a full arch – we have the solution for you!

The Benefits of Dental Implants

  • First, dental implants are the only solution that actually replaces the entire tooth – both the root and the crown. This provides a much more stable foundation for your new teeth, which can greatly improve your chewing function and overall quality of life. 
  • Additionally, dental implants will help to preserve the bone in your jaw, which can prevent further deterioration and even help you to avoid future dental problems. 
  • Finally, dental implants can give you a completely natural-looking smile that will boost your confidence and encourage you to smile more often.

If you are considering restoring your smile with dental implants, it is important to attend our free consultation to discuss the procedure and ensure that you are a good candidate. In general, candidates should be in good overall health and have sufficient bone density in their jaw to support the implants. Once our team has determined that you are a good candidate, we will work with you to develop a customized treatment plan. To learn more about dental implants, contact our Greenville, NC, office today!

Single Implants

Single implants are restorations designed to replace a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth in separate areas of the mouth. Using an implant post, an abutment, and a custom-made dental crown, this restoration provides a stable tooth replacement that functions and appears nearly identical to your original tooth.

Implant-Supported Bridges

Implant-supported bridges are dental prosthetics that are attached to implants — designed to replace a section of multiple missing teeth. Unlike traditional bridges, which rely on the support of adjacent teeth, implant-supported bridges are much more stable and durable. They are often used when your surrounding teeth are not strong enough to provide adequate support, or if you prefer to restore a section of missing teeth without compromising the health of neighboring natural teeth.

Full Arch Dental Implants

Full arch dental implants are a type of restorative prosthetic that can be used to replace an entire upper or lower arch of missing teeth. Unlike single dental implants or bridges, which require a separate implant for each tooth or small section of teeth, full-arch implants will typically use only four implants to support an entire arch of teeth. This makes them a much more efficient and cost-effective solution if you are missing all of your teeth in the top or bottom dental arch. Full-arch implants are also more stable and comfortable than traditional dentures, which are prone to slipping, shifting, and causing gum irritation.

If you are missing a full arch of teeth and are looking for a long-term, functional, and aesthetic solution, full arch dental implants may be right for you!

Change Your Life With Dental Implants

At Spring Forest Dental, our professional providers are determined to serve you with only the best treatments and services. This, of course, includes the remarkable restorations made possible by dental implants. Implants offer numerous advantages – ranging from enhanced appearance, better function, and improved oral health; they are truly exceptional! That being said, we always want to make sure you are comfortable before committing to a placement surgery. 

With this objective in mind, we provide you with all the information that you will need to make an informed decision regarding your oral health. By knowing what to expect, you can feel in control throughout the process and truly be ready for your life-changing implant experience!

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