Restore a Stable Smile with Dental Implants

If you suffer from tooth loss, schedule a complimentary consultation with Dr. Daniel Sheridan. If you have sufficient bone structure in your jaw, you may be a candidate for dental implants!

Dental implants are replacements for missing teeth that are more reliable than traditional dentures or bridges. Replacement teeth that are secured by dental implants are comfortable and durable. They allow patients to feel confident in their new smiles because they look and feel just like natural teeth!

The Dental Implant Process

The first step to receiving dental implants is the surgical implant placement. An implant specialist will place the small titanium rods into the jawbone, beneath the gum line.

The patient will take a few months to heal after the placement. During this time, the dental implants will fuse with the jawbone in a process called osseointegration.

Once you have recovered fully, Dr. Sheridan can restore your dental implant with a beautiful new tooth! Some of your restoration options include:

  • Dental crowns.
  • Dental bridges.
  • Partial or complete dentures.

Dr. Sheridan will help you choose your restoration based on the number of teeth that need replacement and your own personal preferences. All of our restorations are made from the highest quality materials for lasting durability and comfort.

Enjoy a Life with Dental Implants!

Dental implants truly are the next-best-thing to missing teeth. The procedure itself is surprisingly comfortable and well worth the spectacular results. With dental implants, you’ll enjoy:

  • The ease of speaking and chewing naturally.
  • A diet that includes all of your favorite foods.
  • Replacement teeth that are comfortable and easy to clean.
  • Confidence that your teeth will be stable while you chew and smile.

We are proud to provide our patients with reliable dental implants! If you’re interested in the endless benefits of dental implants, give our office a call. We will work with you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Sheridan.