Dental Implants

Dental implants create a smile unrivaled by other tooth replacement methods. Surgically placed below the gums, dental implants serve as a base for individual replacement teeth.

Dental implants offer unprecedented stability because they osseointegrate with the bone and become a real part of your smile. They feel more natural than traditional bridges and dentures because they never shift or slide.

Candidates for dental implant crowns need healthy gums and adequate bone structure to support the implants. Dr. Voges is happy to give patients their dream smiles by restoring missing teeth with dental implant crowns. During a thorough evaluation, your dentist can help you decide whether you are a good candidate for implant dentistry.

We can place and restore implants right here in our office!

Problem | A patient is missing permanent teeth from their smile. The patient is not confident in their appearance. Their teeth may slide and become crooked to compensate for the missing tooth or teeth. The jawbone may begin to weaken and deteriorate due to lack of stimulation from the tooth root.
Solution | Dental implants are the most reliable tooth replacements available. Your dental implants dentist will surgically place the small posts beneath the gums, into the jawbone. The surrounding bone will heal in approximately six months.

Once the dental implants are stable, the dental crowns are placed over an abutment. The dental implants serve as tooth roots, and the crowns serve as beautiful new teeth. Dental implant crowns perfectly reflect the function of strong natural teeth.

Why Choose Dental Implants?

Dental implants have several advantages over the alternatives. Dental bridges and dentures are not as stable as dental implant crowns. Dental implans give you the comfort and convenience that other tooth replacement measures cannot.

Dental implants are cared for just like your natural teeth, and can last for a lifetime if you brush and floss consistently. Call us today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Voges.