Dental Implants in Parker, CO

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Find out if dental implants are the best tooth replacement solution for you, at a free consultation! Your dentist will include a thorough 3D scan and all the guidance you'll need to restore your smile.

Tooth loss and dental damage don't have to be permanent conditions, thanks to state-of-the-art dental implants at Corson Dentistry! For patients who have tooth problems or tooth loss due to trauma, poor oral hygiene, tooth decay, gum disease, and more, our team restores smiles with long-lasting, natural-looking dental implants. Using state-of-the-art materials and techniques, Dr. Corson and his team provide permanent replacement teeth that are comfortable, lifestyle-friendly, and made to last, offering top dental implant services in Parker, CO and beyond!

The Dental Implant Process

Corson Dentistry ParkerIn the implant process, an artificial tooth root is placed in your jawbone to form a strong, permanent foundation for replacement teeth. Unlike other tooth replacement options such as dentures, bridges, or crowns, implants replace both the tooth and the root. This is important because an embedded implant allows for structural osseointegration, where the tooth implant fuses with the jaw bone to provide strength, stability, resilience, and bone retention. The result? A permanent solution that looks and feels like natural teeth. You'll never have to remove your new, permanent dental implants, and you can brush, floss, eat, and drink as you would with normal teeth.

Implants last as long as conventional restorations on teeth, as they are stronger and more durable than bridges and dentures. With proper surgical placement combined with proper care and hygiene, dental implants can last a lifetime.

What Type of Dental Implant Do I Need?

Implants are ideal whether you’re missing only one tooth, need several teeth in a row, or require full replacement. Single dental implants are implemented when you have just one missing tooth or multiple missing teeth that are not adjacent to each other. Each would be individually and carefully implanted with an individual post. If you’re missing multiple teeth or need full mouth replacement, multi-unit dental implants several posts may be installed to support a bridge or full arch to which multiple teeth can be attached.

At Corson Dentistry in Parker, both the single- and multiple dental implant methods promote bone retention and resorption-fighting benefits.

Scanning and Computer-Guided Surgery

At your dental implant consultation, our team will help you determine if you’re an ideal candidate for dental implants and to prepare for a possible surgery, our oral surgeons will use 3D CT scans to gain an accurate diagnostic of your oral anatomy and condition of the targeted implant location. Dr. Corson and his team will assess bone quality, detect any possible underlying pathology, and identify internal anatomy and conditions, as well as take all necessary measurements.

Implant Planning with Top Technologies

To plan your dental implant placement procedure, state-of-the-art imaging technology will allow our team produce a 3D recreation of the entire mouth and jaws. This allows us to conduct a “virtual surgery” in which models of the patient’s mouth and the 3D scans enable our surgeons to go through a simulated procedure that provides a computer-generated surgical guide to assist in the precise placement of the implants. Our advanced imaging process enables us to be ultra-precise in the implant placement and eliminates any guesswork during your implant placement surgery.

Using top technologies allows us to be as minimally invasive as possible – which is especially important in cases where the margin of error is small. A guided approach enables the oral surgeons to be aware of exact locations of vital structures, including tooth roots, bone, nerves, and sinuses.

For patients who are missing all teeth in a full arch, a computer-generated guide helps implant surgeons understand where the planned restoration will be positioned, which can be difficult when no other tooth landmarks are present to help with orientation. Computer-guided surgeries allow our team to deliver optimal aesthetics, while providing less pain, discomfort, swelling, and bruising after your oral surgery, thanks to smaller, more precise incision. As an added benefit, this often results in a speedier healing process after implant placement!

Restore and Renew Your Smile with Dental Implants

If you’re ready to restore your smile and discover if dental implants are the best tooth replacement solution for you, contact Corson Dentistry today to schedule a consultation and learn more. Combining top technologies and decades of expertise, Dr. Corson and his Parker team will determine the ideal solution for you! 

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