Dental Implants

If you are missing one or more teeth, advanced dentistry can give you back your smile! With several restoration options available, dental implants offer one of the most durable and long-lasting treatment methods for missing teeth. Dental implants look natural, blend in with your other teeth and help preserve your smile. If you are interested in dental implants in Chicago, IL, reach out to us! We would love to schedule a consultation to evaluate your smile, answer your questions and set up a treatment plan that works for you.

Single Implants

Single implants involve a three-step process that replaces both the crown of the tooth and the root of the tooth. If you have just one tooth missing, a single dental implant can fill the gap in your smile. From start to finish, our team will make your comfort our top priority. Your smile goals will become ours as we help restore your smile and your confidence!

Multiple Implants

If you have a section of missing teeth, a permanent bridge can be secured by strategically placed implants throughout the gap. Multiple missing teeth can cause trouble chewing, affect your speech and result in jaw bone loss. Other teeth may begin to shift out of place too. By replacing multiple teeth, you can get your smile back and prevent further harm from occurring in the future.

All-On-4

All-On-4 uses as few as four implants to replace all of the teeth on the upper or lower jaw. All-On-4 offers an alternative to traditional dentures that is both secure and permanent. You can restore your smile with no fear of teeth slipping while you talk or eat. This is a great option for patients who do not qualify for several implants due to bone loss. Because just four implants are needed, it is an easier process to replace an entire set of teeth. A set of temporary teeth can be placed the same day as the dental implants, giving you a brand new smile in no time at all! If you’re interested in All-On-4 in Chicago, IL, call our team today to learn more.

Bone Grafting

In order to place a dental implant, there must be enough jaw bone to support the implant. If there isn’t, bone grafting can be performed to replace the jaw bone that has been lost. Jaw bone loss often occurs when a tooth has been missing for some time. When the tooth’s root is gone, the jaw bone stops supporting that area and gradually decreases. Your dentist will check the condition of your jaw bone before beginning any implant treatment.

Sinus Lift

A sinus lift is a treatment that is sometimes needed before the implant process can begin in the upper back area of the mouth. When upper back teeth are missing, the sinuses may become enlarged as the jaw bone thins. When this happens, the bone volume will need to be restored to its regular size before any treatment can start. A sinus lift prepares the area by ensuring that the implants will be surrounded by solid bone.

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