Making Dental Implants easy!
Dental Implant Overview
Dental implants have revolutionized the field of restorative dentistry by offering unmatched strength and durability. Instead of relying on a removable "flipper" or a fixed 3-unit bridge to replace gaps in your smile, Dr. Clark Damon can provide implant-supported restorations that look and function like natural teeth.
One procedure in One Day! The All on Four is a graft-less solution to full arch tooth replacement. It is also the simplest method and most predictable - minimizing discomfort and recovery time. With this technique, Dr. Damon will strategically place four implants (or more) to support a full arch restoration. We also offer No Bone solutions with Zygoma Implants.
Trefoil Implant Concept
This is a revolutionary concept that aims to replace "Snap on Implant Dentures". With Trefoil Implants we are able to utilize 3 implants and secure a permanent non-removable prosthesis and at a much lower cost than the All on Four.
Implant Supported Dentures
Implant Supported Dentures also known as "Snap on Implant Dentures" give patients increased bite force, security, and stability. These are a simple process where we attach a metal reinforced implant denture to snaps that engage 2 abutments that sit on your 2 implants. A more simple treatment with big benefits.
Benefits of Dental Implants
Implant-supported restorations are attached to a surgically placed post, offering patients superior comfort and support so they can eat and speak with full confidence. Patients with implants will not have as many diet restrictions or have to worry about their restorations slipping out of place.
Even one missing tooth can negatively affect your appearance and oral function. Missing teeth can cause drifting of other teeth, resulting in a collapsed bite or poor esthetics. Also, single tooth implants are a superior restoration to a traditional 3 unit bridge that is attached to adjacent teeth.
Mini Dental Implants
Mini implants offer an effective alternative to traditional "root bound" implants for a select few patients. Mini dental implants have a much smaller diameter than traditional types. Mini implants can be appropriate for elderly patients and they also cost less than traditional implant surgery. We still prefer "root bound" and limit mini implants to patients 75 and older.