Teeth Replacements Comparable to Natural Teeth
Dental implants are considered the gold standard for replacing missing teeth. This is because they not only look and function like a natural tooth, but the implant post stimulates the jaw bone similarly to a tooth root, encouraging bone growth. Implant surgery involves placing a titanium post into your jaw bone to serve as a tooth root and support the rest of the implant. An abutment and natural-looking crown is attached to the post inside your jaw, which provides both function and appearance.
What Are Dental Implants?
Dental implants are designed to function like natural teeth. A titanium post acts like a tooth root and is surgically placed into the jaw bone where it helps keep it healthy and strong. The custom dental crown is made from high-quality materials that can withstand normal chewing force and look like natural teeth. From root to crown, dental implants mimic the function and aesthetics of teeth and provide nearly the same benefits.
Expect Modern Technology, Expect Lasting Results
Drs. Kenneth Nash and Jonathan Nash are dedicated to implementing the most advanced technology for any procedure, especially dental implants. Using cone beam CT imaging, we offer low-radiation and detailed scans that are frequently only offered in a hospital setting. These 3D images are inputted into a dental implant-specific software where we plan the precise placement of each implant post before surgery even begins. The location of each implant can depend on a number of unique circumstances including the amount of bone in your jaw, your jawbone density and the location of your nerve. When placed by our experienced doctors using advanced technology, you can expect custom dental implant treatment and a restored smile that can last a lifetime.
Are Dental Implants Right for Me?
Dental implants are one of the best teeth replacement options for replacing one or more missing teeth. We can determine your candidacy in our consultation. The condition of your oral health may require preliminary procedures be completed first, such as gum disease treatment or bone grafting. Call our office in Jackson, MS today to see if you qualify for dental implants!Schedule Consultation