PERMANENT SMILE SOLUTIONS
Deciding to get dental implants or to have any kind of cosmetic dentistry can be a daunting prospect. The types of dental implants we offer are unique and long lasting alternatives to dental bridges or partial dentures, our dental implants can restore your missing teeth, permanently. Not only does Dr. Holtan offer sterling service assisted by a team of experts, these natural looking dental implants have revolutionized full mouth reconstruction and changed the way we treat patients.
If you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, dental implants may be just what you have been looking for! Dental implants provide a permanent solution for the replacement of missing teeth. They restore your ability to chew food, improve the appearance of your teeth, and restore your confidence. Dr. Holtan is one of the most qualified and experienced implant specialists in the country.
Dental implants are now considered the standard solution to many oral conditions and a great alternative to dentures for those who have lost or are about to lose their teeth. A dental implant is a small titanium fixture that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth. The titanium is biocompatible, meaning our body considers it as its own biologic substance. Because of this, when titanium implants are placed in the upper or lower jaw, the bone adheres to the titanium surface through osseointegration. The fixture then serves as the anchor post for the tooth that attaches to it.
Those who have experienced the embarrassment and self-consciousness that comes along with missing teeth or dentures will love the enhancement that permanent implants will give to his/her life. Dental implants give patients the ability to have a smile to be proud of with a comfort that cannot be obtained by dentures. Whether it be single or multiple implants, Dr. Holtan can help you make the decision to best suit your needs. Call our office to set up a free consultation today!
Types of Dental Implants
Removable dentures, which everybody hates aesthetically, along with greatly reduced chewing function – only 10-20 percent of what is normal.
Getting numerous implants on each arch and a fixed bridge; very costly and requires numerous appointments, months of healing and sometimes bone and sinus grafting.
Have a denture connected to two or four implants with attachments; less expensive, but not an ideal choice, since it isn’t fixed and patients have to snap the dentures in and out for hygiene – only 50-60 percent of chewing function regained.