We restore implants by designing the case carefully to provide the best possible outcome by coordinating a team of experts including an Oral Surgeon to place the implant, a Ceramist who constructs the custom restoration, and then we finalize placement. Implants are a great option for replacing a single missing tooth, bridging an area of 3-4 teeth, a full mouth crown and bridge, or providing retention for dentures.
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