Keeping Your Smile Strong
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Our experienced dentists have exceptional expertise when it comes to dental implants and restoring your smile. Having dental implants requires a plan between you and your dental care partner to ensure that the end results leave you with a bright and strong smile that is specific to you.
Dental implants offer advantages and are the most preferred method for replacing missing teeth.
They stabilize other, natural teeth
Look and feel perfectly natural
Support ideal bone density
Support natural chewing function
Significantly stronger than bridges or dentures
They can last a lifetime
Dental implants prevent the jawline from shrinking due to missing teeth
Each patient is unique when it comes to what they need. Factors such as parafunction, occlusion, periodontal disease and the size of space to be restored are all factors that need to be considered. For those reasons, our experts will evaluate your case on an individual basis and come up with an implant treatment plan that is right for you.
Serenity Dental specializes in "All on 4" and "All on 6" dental implants. While both procedures are similar to each other there are notable differences.
All on 4 vs. All on 6
All on 4 and All on 6 refers to the number of total implants placed in the mouth. Many years ago, it could take up to 8 - 10 implants to restore stability and replace teeth. With our advanced procedures, we are able to restore top and bottom teeth using only 4 (or 6) implants. Some of the benefits include:
Shorter treatment and recovery time
Typically same day
Suitable for patients with jaw bone loss
More cost-effective than the traditional 8 - 10 implants
A full discussion as to whether All on 4 or All on 6 is right for you will be reviewed during your initial consultation taking into consideration all factors and your desired outcome.
You will have a comprehensive consultation to better determine your goals, your suitability for implants and an overview of the procedure.
Utilizing the latest technology, a three-dimensional x-ray portfolio will be done to assess your current situation and better determine the scope of the work to be done. This will be included in your consultation.