Dental Implants

If you are missing teeth, you may be experiencing problems like difficulty chewing, a shifting bite, discomfort in the gum area, more frequent tongue biting, and of course, a decrease in your self-confidence.

With restorative treatments from Dr. Stephanie Parke or Dr. Renee Rogers, you can enjoy a healthy smile.

DENTAL IMPLANT RESTORATIONS

If you want to replace missing teeth for a fuller and more youthful smile, Parke & Rogers Dentistry partners with local surgeons who can place implants for you. These implants can support single tooth implants or whole sets of teeth.

What is a dental implant? It’s a metal rod attached to your jawbone. It acts as an artificial root for a synthetic tooth. Several implants together can support dentures. Implants really become part of your jawbone through a process called osseointegration, in which the bone and rod fuse together. They’re even stable enough to support a set of dentures.

When you get a replacement tooth or a set of dentures, your dentist will customize the color and shape of it to make it look like a natural part of your mouth. People you meet won’t know that you have had dental work done, and you might even forget about it!

FULL-MOUTH IMPLANT MAKEOVER

Our Full-Mouth Implant Makeover uses four to eight dental implants to permanently hold a prosthesis in your mouth. These new teeth and gums are made of a zirconia-porcelain mixture that is compatible with your mouth.

This prosthesis is a form of dentures, but it’s stronger and longer-lasting than many other types of dentures. Plus, it’s odor-resistant! Simply put, it’s the most reliable dental restoration that we can offer you.

Your new teeth and gums will give you a full, lovely smile again. Your dental implants also perform an important health function: they’ll stimulate your jawbone to keep it strong and healthy.

Make an Appointment for a Dental Implant Consultation

We’re excited to meet with you and find out if dental implants can improve your smile and your life! Please make an appointment with Parke & Rogers Dentistry today.