Single- & Multi-Tooth
Depending on your needs, we can replace a single tooth or several teeth with dental implants so you can smile with confidence again. We use the advanced CEREC system to craft prosthetic teeth that seamlessly blend into your smile. During your consultation with Dr. Stanislaus, ask about our same-day crowns to ensure you get the most out of your dental implant solution.
Full Arch Replacement
When patients need an entire arch of teeth replaced, we can use implant-supported bridges to restore the look and feel of their smile. If you’re looking for a solution that simplifies your oral care routine and empowers you to eat and speak with ease, then implant-supported bridges may be the treatment option you’ve been looking for.
Overdentures are a cost-effective alternative that combines the health benefits of dental implants with the convenience of traditional dentures. Overdentures require no adhesives and are removable for easy cleaning. In many cases, we can modify your existing dentures to streamline and simplify the entire process.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which implant solution is best for me?
The best dental implant solution for you depends on how many teeth you’re missing. If you only need to replace a single tooth, then a traditional implant is your best option. If you’re missing a few teeth, you can save time and money by securing a customized bridge or partial dentures with implants. For patients who are missing a full arch of teeth, we also feature overdentures for maximum functionality and convenience.
Can I replace a full arch of teeth with dental implants?
Yes! If you’re missing a full arch of teeth, or even both arches, Dr. Stanislaus can customize a set of complete dentures just for you and secure them with dental implants. Since they’re anchored to your jaw, implant-supported dentures won’t ever slide around or fall out, and they’ll stimulate your jaw bone to prevent deterioration. No matter how many teeth you’re missing, Dr. Stanislaus can help you eat, speak, and smile with confidence.
How many dental implants are needed for overdentures?
Depending on how many teeth you’re restoring, implant-supported dentures require anywhere from two to eight implants. If you’re securing a full-arch denture, Dr. Stanislaus will need to place a minimum of four implants to ensure stability, though usually more. In addition to how many teeth you’re replacing, the number of implants required also depends on the strength of your jawbone and where the implants are placed.