Implant Restorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is a long-term solution to not only improve the appearance of your smile after tooth extraction, but also to support the function of daily activities: talking, smiling, eating, and more. Dental implants are commonly used for restorations when one or more teeth are missing.

During the treatment, a post is put in the jawbone to create an artificial “root” for the restorative tooth, bridge, or other form of prosthetic. Then, an abutment on top of the post can hold the restoration (either a crown or bridge), giving you results that can last a lifetime with good oral care. This restoration looks and feels like a natural tooth, allowing you to talk and eat normally.