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Dental Implant Solutions

“I am extremely happy!”

“Incredible! I didn’t have any pain, which was a big concern of mine… I was able to go back to work after the weekend.”

“It was a great experience, I am very pleased with the outcome.”

"It’s wonderful… After having trouble with my teeth for years, it was nice to have it taken care of all at once. It’s been great from the first time I came in."

The new standard in tooth replacement

Dental implants provide the long-term function, feel, and beauty of natural teeth.

Dr. Keadle discusses dental implant solutions and alternatives to dentures on The Wellness Hour

Watch Dr. Keadle's interview with host Randy Alvarez on The Wellness Hour, discussing alternatives to dentures, including dental implants, and sustainable solutions for patients dealing with painful dental issues.
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Dental implant diagram—crown, abutment, screw components

Anatomy of a dental implant

Dental implants typically have three components.
  • The implant: The titanium fixture that serves as a root for your new teeth and permanently attaches to your jaw.
  • The abutment: A permanent connector that supports and holds a tooth or set of teeth. NOTE: The abutment is removable, but only by a doctor.
  • The ceramic crown (or prosthetic tooth): The part of the tooth that you can see. It’s usually made of zirconium or porcelain and is both beautiful and durable.

A fixed replacement for natural teeth

Our dental implants feature medical-grade titanium, engineered for strength and longevity. The dental implants fuse to the living bone cells of the jaw over a period of several weeks.

Eating with dental implants is not a problem.  Unlike dentures, there is no need to reline them regularly or worry about smiling or talking.

Dental implants may be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or a full upper and/or lower set of teeth.

Dental implant model - blue

Dental implant-based solutions

Dental implants provide a permanent, solid foundation for a sustainable smile.

Single or multiple replacements

Dental implants provide a permanent solution to failing teeth, and may be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or a full upper and/or lower set of teeth.

All-on-4 fixed implant bridges

This solution is a permanent, non-removable bridge of teeth that is secured to the jaw with as a few as four dental implants.

Snap-in implant-retained dentures

Implant placement surgery for snap-in implant-stabilized dentures usually takes less than one hour, and for most patients no sedation is required.

All-on-4 fixed bridge diagram

All-on-4 fixed implant bridges

Permanent teeth in just one day!

The all-on-4 implant bridge is a permanent, non-removable bridge of teeth that is secured to the jaw with as a few as four dental implants. Four implants are inserted into the jawbone and angled in a way that the natural bone will cover them and sufficiently hold them in place. Once these implants are secured, abutments will be attached, so that the new all-on-four implant bridge can be fastened over them.

The result: you wake up with a beautiful new set of permanent teeth!

Why is all-on-4 a great choice?

  • Instead of requiring one implant per missing tooth, only four implants are needed to secure the full restoration.
  • This technique can be performed even after the patient has experienced significant bone loss, and grafting is not required in most situations.
  • New, functional teeth are available immediately!
  • In many cases, all-on-4 can provide a more affordable option.
All-on-four fixed-bridge patient smiling, hygienist showing diagram

Snap-in implant-retained dentures

Snap-in implant-retained dentures are dentures that are held in place by dental implants. The dental implants have tiny “snaps” that protrude through the gum tissue and provide anchor points for their snap counterparts that are embedded in the denture.

Key benefits versus traditional dentures

  • There is a significant improvement to the problems associated with the pain and embarrassment caused when dentures move during function.
  • The plastic plate in the roof of the mouth can usually be removed, which relieves the gagging problem and often helps with speech.
  • The procedure usually takes less than one hour, and for most patients no sedation is required.