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  Dental Implants
 
Dental Implants are entirely artificial teeth that a periodontist or other qualified dental specialist places into the jaw to hold an individual crown or bridge of teeth! Dental implants do not rely on neighboring teeth for their support; they are implanted directly into the jaw. Because of the ancoring stength of dental implants they are in many ways better option than traditional bridge and crown work. Dental implants feel and look natural causing you to forget that you even have an artifical tooth. Candidates for dental implants must be in good general and oral health with adequate jaw bone and health gum tissue in the area of missing teath. Oral implants are categorized into the three main types:



  • Endosseous Implants
  • Subperiosteal Implants
  • Transosseous Implants
   
 
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