Welcome to Implantree

Welcome to Implantree

At our practice, we can provide dental implant rehabilitations that are made from the most advanced materials available, including prosthetics of zirconia and other innovative ceramics. Our zirconia implant-supported crowns, bridges, and dentures offer superior esthetics, durability, biocompatibility, and longevity. In all cases, the dental rehab we provide is customized to suit the unique needs of each patient and fabricated in reputable dental labs that deliver only the finest finished products. Our dentists are highly-trained and accomplished in cosmetic, restorative, and implant dentistry.


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Frequently Asked Question

Is dental implant surgery painful?

Most people find dental implant surgery very easy to tolerate. Any post-operative discomfort can usually be managed with over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medication such as ibuprofen or OTC pain-relievers. Ice can also be helpful.

How do you care for dental implants?

They require exactly the same care as natural teeth: daily brushing and flossing, along with regular dental checkups and professional cleanings. Although implant teeth will never decay, the gum tissues around them can become inflamed or infected in the absence of good oral hygiene. Properly cared-for dental implants should last a lifetime.

Am I a candidate for dental implants?

There's a good chance that you are, but this can only be determined after a complete oral examination that includes x-rays of your jaws. Please schedule a consultation to begin the exciting process of restoring your smile and bite.

How long does the surgery take?

This depends on the complexity of the case but usually a single implant can be placed in approximately an hour. This will depend on the amount of additional work required in terms of any bone grafting or work required on your gum.

How long will implants last?

Typically, they last longer than conventional dental work, as long as you take care of them properly with daily cleaning, just like your natural teeth, (floss, brush, etc.). When properly maintained and good oral health exists, it is possible for implants to last a lifetime.

Am I too old for implants?

No, you are never too old. Patients over 90 years of age have replaced loose partials and full dentures with implant-supported restorations and the comment we hear most is “I wish I had done this sooner!” They are enjoying the benefits of easier chewing, speaking and a better quality of life.

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