Single Tooth Replacement with Dental Implants

Replacing a single lost tooth with an implant that provides a post to receive a cemented crown, provides a predictable, natural and cost effective method of replacing the tooth without requiring preparation and crowning of the adjacent teeth. Depending on the density of the bone and primarily stability of the implant, a temporary crown can be placed immediately.

Partially Edentulous Cemented Bridge on Implants

Replacement of a single tooth or teeth with implants that provide a posts to receive a cemented bridge provides a predictable, natural and cost effective method of replacing the missing teeth without requiring the preparation and crowning of adjacent teeth. Depending on the density of the bone and primary stability of the implants, a temporary bridge can be placed immediately.

Lower Overdenture Retained by 2-4 implants

For totally edentulous lower jaws, 2-4 implants provide retention of a denture using balls or LocatorTM attachments. The denture rests on the soft tissue, with the implants providing lateral stability as well as retention. This restoration can subsequently be upgraded to a completely implant-supported screw retained restoration if more implants are added in the future.

Full Arch Bar Overdenture on 4-6 implants

For totally edentulous jaws, using a minimum of 4 implants in either the lower jaw or upper jaw, implants
provide support and retention of a denture using balls, clips, and other retentive means. By splinting 4-6 implants, placed in the anterior of each jaw, the bar can extend behind the implants to provide a totally implant supported removable restoration.

Full Arch Screw-in Restoration on 4-8 implants

For totally edentulous jaws, using a minimum of 4 implants provides support for a screw-retained fixed bridge. In the upper jaw, bone grafting to raise the floor of the maxillary sinus or angulation of the most posterior implants may be required.

Full Arch Cemented Restoration on 4-8 implants

For totally edentulous jaws, using a minimum of 4 implants in the lower jaw and 6 implants in the upper jaw, implants provide support for a cemented fixed bridge. In the upper jaw, bone grafting to raise the floor of the maxillary sinus or angulation of the most posterior implants may be required.