Fresno Dental Implants
Missing teeth cause a host of issues, like teeth shifting out of alignment and jaw atrophy. Dental implants provide a comprehensive solution for missing teeth while preserving oral health. Drs. Jacob Weissich and John Buck offer dental implants in Fresno.
Schedule a consultation with our dentists to find out if dental implants are right for you. We provide comprehensive examinations to determine eligibility and suggest your options.
Completely Replace Missing Teeth in North Fresno
Dental implants completely replace missing teeth, from root to crown. These restorations comprise implant posts, abutments, and the prosthetics. Titanium posts replace teeth roots and act as the natural supporting structure for both the prosthetic replacement and surrounding anatomy. Our dentists attach restorations to these posts to renew the patient's bite.
Implants are versatile in their application and able to support the following restorations:
- Single-unit crowns replace a missing tooth at any place in the smile. This option is an alternative to a fixed bridge that preserves neighboring dental structures.
- Multi-unit bridges use two to three implants to stabilize a prosthetic that replaces a short row of missing teeth. Implants are placed in a position for optimal strength and support.
- Implant-supported dentures utilize four to eight implants to stabilize a denture in place and renew a patient’s bite. Completely edentulous patients using implant-supported dentures benefit from restored function and appeal.
Patients may require a preliminary procedure to bolster the jawbone and improve oral health to ensure a successful procedure.
Why Replace Missing Teeth?
Teeth roots more than just stabilize teeth; they provide support for surrounding dental structures. When a tooth is missing, the bone fills the gap but at the expense of jaw health. Bone atrophies while the jaw visibly shrinks, causing a sunken facial appearance.
Implants directly resolve these problems by addressing the issue at its root. Implant posts fuse with natural bone and generate a unified support system. Patients that use dental implants benefit from an improved oral function, increased bite strength, and revitalized jaw health.
Contact Us Today!
Our practice is committed to helping patients restore their smile using reliable, trustworthy dental care. We offer options for comprehensive solutions to restore your bite’s function and appearance.
Call our office and schedule a consultation with Drs. Jacob Weissich and John Buck to find out your best option for replacing missing teeth.