Back Dental Implants
Before the introduction of implants, missing back teeth had to be replaced by either fixed bridgework cemented onto the teeth, or uncomfortable partial dentures.
Before implants, there was no way you could avoid having a partial if your were unfortunate enough to not have any surviving back teeth on one or both sides of your upper or lower jaw.
Implant care solves these problems by providing you with natural, fixed replacement teeth - eliminating the need for a partial denture and sparing neighboring teeth from being "ground down" to receive bridge anchor crowns.
Our patients report a major improvement in comfort, convenience, and "chew-ability"
- When replacing back teeth, wider implants are usually placed utilizing the same gentle surgical techniques.
- Your final reconstruction gives you new, natural teeth that feel as solid as your own.
Bridge of 3 porcelain units on 2 implants
3 individual porcelain crowns on 3 implants