For Patients


Dental implants are biocompatible anchors, which act as tooth root replacements. They are surgically embedded into the jawbone. Over time, the implant undergoes a biological process called osseointegration, where the medical grade titanium fuses with the bone in the jaw to provide the most complete permanent solution to missing teeth. Small posts are then attached to the implant, which protrude through the gums. These posts provide stable anchors for dental prosthesis.

Dental Prosthesis
The final restoration (crown, bridge or denture) supported by the dental implants.
Implant Abutment
The piece that connects your final restoration to the bonded implant
Dental Implants
The biocompatible fixture embedded in the jawbone as a tooth root substitute.

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

If you are missing one or more teeth, dental implants can provide a permanent solution. Unlike dentures or bridges, dental implants are built to last. This makes them your best long-term, cost-effective solution. The first step is to determine if you are a candidate for dental implants.

Health Record
  • Medical History & Conditions
  • Medication
  • Age
Patient’s Habits
  • Smoking
  • Grinding
  • Poor Oral Hygiene
Oral Condition
  • Oral Anatomy
  • Bone Quantity
  • Bone Quality