Say Goodbye to Slipping Dentures!
If you cannot have regular implants because your dental arches have insufficient bone density, you might be excited to
learn about mini implants. They will provide the same stability as regular implants and can be placed in one visit,
with no healing time necessary. You can return home and enjoy all the foods you love without worry of slippage or
Dental Implants to Replace Missing Teeth
The ideal way to replace lost teeth is with dental implants. They can help you reclaim a healthy, beautiful smile whether
in the front of your smile, where they are most visible, or in the back, where they provide stability for eating. Because
dental implants are placed beneath your gums, unlike bridges or removable dentures that rest on top, the "tooth" placed
on an implant appears just like a real tooth. It comes through the gums just like the original did - and is nearly as good
as growing a new tooth! Implants can replace any number of lost teeth. Since we handle the full procedure from implant
placement to crown fabrication, there's rarely a need for a referral to another office. Dr. Fairweather has achieved the
experience and knowledge required for a Fellowship in the International Dental Implant Association, which gives you the
ultimate confidence in his abilities and the final results.
Increase Your Confidence with Overdentures
If you are unable to tolerate slipping and moving dentures, we have a solution that might work for you. Overdentures fully
eliminate these problems. They provide the stability of implants to secure and keep food from being trapped. We have the
experience to give you a great look as well as the proper fit. You will be worry-free and want to smile even more. Give us
a call and let us show you how we can solve your denture problem.
Relief from Slipping Dentures
For some patients, traditional dentures are the best option. We design natural-looking dentures that offer the best fit to
eliminate any slippage. This allows you to eat whatever you like without worry about movement or trapped food. If you wear
dentures, you will want to know how we can help to make your life so much easier.
Preserving Strong Bone
Sometimes you might require a tooth extraction due to disease, decay, or trauma. A dental implant is often the solution for
a replacement. If a patient does not have sufficient strong bone in the jaw, an implant may not be an option. As soon as a
tooth is extracted, bone density starts to diminish. We can provide a bone graft shortly after the extraction to preserve
strong bone. Whether or not you opt to have an implant thereafter, grafting is important to reduce bone loss.
You no longer have to live with missing teeth! Call (908) 214-7686 for a no-obligation implant consultation
today to determine your suitability for dental implants.