Longevity, Stability, and Improved Oral Health
Dental Implants Are Built to Last a Lifetime
With proper care, dental implants can last 40 years or longer. While restorations will eventually need to be replaced, your implants can provide lifelong benefits.
Following tooth loss, the jaw will begin to atrophy (shrink). This causes oral health problems in addition to giving your face a sunken, aged look. Implants are the one and only treatment that can stop bone atrophy after tooth loss.
Restored Function and Confidence
Unlike traditional dentures, dental implant-supported dentures will not slip. There’s no repositioning, smacking, or clicking. You can chew rare steak and speak with complete clarity while your dentures stay firmly in place.