Dental Implants

Why Advanced Laser & Cosmetic Dentistry?

  • An Experienced Team of Dentists, Dental Assistants, and Office Support
  • Specialty Training in Dental Implants
  • Comfortable, Relaxing Environment for Dental Services
  • Ensures the Leading Techniques to Provide Optimal Results

Are dental implants right for you? You are welcome to contact our experienced team to schedule a consultation. We will complete a thorough exam and determine the best tooth restoration treatments to improve the appearance and function of your smile.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants offer the best solution for long-term tooth restoration. This treatment creates a durable tooth replacement that can last a lifetime with good dental care. If you choose dental implants, you can expect:

  • Beautiful Smile: A natural treatment to replace missing teeth and improve the appearance of your smile. Feel comfortable and confident when other people see your teeth.
  • Natural Function: Implants look and feel like a real tooth, allowing full function with talking, eating, and more. You won’t be able to tell the difference between the replacements and the original teeth.
  • Durability and Value: A good implant can stay strong for many years. Not only will you reduce the risk of additional treatments in the future, but you are protecting your jawbone and teeth from further damage.

Dental implants are one of the best options for tooth restoration. Improve the appearance of your smile and ensure a comfortable experience that lasts for years.

Dental Implants Process

When a dental implant is placed in your mouth, a rod is positioned in the jawbone to act as the root of the tooth. Here’s what you can expect during this treatment process:


The area is prepared by extracting the original tooth if needed. A personalized plan is created to evaluate and protect the surrounding teeth, gums, and jawbone.


The implant post is positioned in the jawbone. This treatment requires several appointments to give the bone time to heal and assimilate the post.


3 to 4 months after the placement of the post, the treatment can be finished. Often, a crown, bridge, or implant-supported dentures are placed on top of the post.


You can continue with regular lifestyle habits as if the natural tooth remained in your mouth. Regular brushing and flossing help to reduce the risk of complications in the future.

Not every patient is a good candidate for implant placement. If you are interested in your options, then the best thing that you can do is schedule a consultation with our team at Advanced Laser & Cosmetic Dentistry to learn more.

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