We help people live a healthier, dental lifestyle.
This page provides you with practical information about our practice. It includes descriptions of our doctors. If you have questions or need to schedule an appointment, contact us.
Dental Implants in Dearborn, MI
Did you know that the American College of Prosthodontists estimates that around 178 million Americans are missing at least one tooth and that 40 million Americans are dealing with total tooth loss? If tooth loss has happened to you, know that the dental team at Renewal Family Dental can help you restore and rebuild a full smile again with a restoration that is close to natural teeth as you can possibly come. Meet dental implants.
There Are Many Reasons for Tooth Loss…
Perhaps you’ve been battling tooth decay for years, or a serious car accident left you with a less than perfect smile. Regardless of the reason, you don’t have to just put up with missing teeth any longer. You deserve to have the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Dental implants could be just the answer you’ve been looking for.
But Dental Implants Can Help!
Dental implants, which act as artificial tooth roots, are implanted into your jaw, offering a solid foundation from which to attach a replacement tooth or bridge. One of the added benefits of implants over other options, like removable dentures, is that they are a stronger, more long-term solution for replacing missing teeth. This revolutionary procedure has only been available over the last couple of decades, and patients have seen amazing results!
Replace All of Your Missing Teeth with Implants
Since dental implants have been designed with the latest dental technology, you are promised an artificial tooth that both looks and feels exactly like a real tooth. And the procedure is simple and straightforward. Once we establish that dental implants are right for you, the implant or small metal post is inserted into the jawbone. The first few months after this surgical procedure, the tissue and bone will integrate with and grow around the implant, making it a permanent foundation from which to support a false tooth. While an implant is designed to support a dental crown, we can place several implants to support dental bridges and even full dentures. The possibilities are endless with dental implants.