Dental Implants

Strong, Secure Tooth Replacement

Your oral health is at risk the longer you delay tooth replacement. Dental implants give you a secure and stable new tooth root that supports the restoration of your tooth structure and function.

A Solution for the Loss of One Tooth

One missing tooth can affect your oral health. A single implant provides a secure tooth replacement.

The implant creates a new tooth root when placed within your jawbone and gum tissue. Your single implant is made from a surgical grade of titanium to give you a strong, secure new tooth.

Tooth Replacement Supported by Implants

Your surrounding teeth are affected by tooth loss. A bridge implant uses the security of dental implants that doesn’t include using an implant for each lost tooth.

Implant placement requires that your jawbone and gum tissue are healthy. A single implant is placed at designated locations in your jawbone to support your bridge.

Increased Denture Security

Traditional dentures have a reputation for slipping. They can also erode and damage your jawbone and gums.

Implant dentures are securely anchored at specific locations in your upper and/or lower jawbone using single implants. Your implant denture provides a long-term tooth replacement that will not shift or move.

A Cost-Saving, Fast Tooth Replacement

Teeth in a Day relies on dental implants to secure and restore your missing teeth. The treatment costs less and requires less time than a standard implant procedure.

A specific number of dental implants are placed at designated places in your jawbone. Your new set of teeth are permanently secured to the implants following a healing period.

You can depart your one-day appointment with the ability to eat and chew. The Teeth in a Day procedure fully restores your tooth function and appearance.

Contact your Baxley, Hazelhurst, and Alma dentist about your tooth loss. Schedule an oral examination to discuss your solutions for tooth replacement using dental implants.

Contact your St. Simons dentist about your missing tooth or missing teeth. Schedule an examination and consultation to discuss tooth replacement using dental implants.