Restore Your Missing Teeth

Time, injury, illness, or decay can lead to the loss of a tooth or teeth. There are options to resolve tooth loss, and Millennium Dental is here to walk with you through every step of the process.

Dental Implants

A dental implant is the best option for tooth loss that most closely mimics the effects of natural teeth. An implant can be used to restore a single tooth or an entire set of teeth as well, making it a flexible solution. The titanium post that is implanted simulates the tooth’s natural root system. When you chew with a dental implant and crown, bridge, or implant-supported denture in place, the bone around the titanium post is stimulated to regenerate and replace damaged cells. This perpetual cycle of regeneration is what helps keep our teeth firmly supported, our face the shape it is, and our oral health on the right track.
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Implant-supported Dentures

While typical dentures shift and require the use of denture adhesives to keep them in place, implant-supported dentures fit solidly, reducing the problems associated with traditional dentures, such as gum sores, and difficulty speaking and chewing. Implant-supported dentures distribute your biting pressure more like natural teeth (compared to traditional dentures). This helps to stimulate the supportive structures of your teeth. It helps to prevent bone loss and the soft tissues from shrinking away. This is an ideal option for those who need to replace all of their teeth.

All-on-4 Dental Implants

You’re ready to resolve your tooth loss! But you’re worried that it may not be possible since it’s been so long. After all, you know that the more time that has passed since losing teeth, the more time your jaw bone has had to degrade. For long-term denture wearers, there may not be enough available bone for dental implants. Traditionally, the solution to this problem included bone grafting and multiple procedures, which can be time consuming and costly. With the All-on-4 method, you receive a full set of functioning, permanent, natural-looking teeth in one day, even if extractions are required. The idea is to support all of your new, beautiful teeth on four prosthodontic posts per arch.

These implants provide a secure structure for your new set of teeth, which is custom crafted to your shade and shape preferences. Experience faster healing, fewer appointments, and less discomfort without sacrificing the beautiful full set of teeth you want!

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