What are dental implants?

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Dental implants are permanent titanium posts implanted just below the gum line, designed to stand in for your natural tooth roots. When dental crowns or a prosthesis are placed atop them, they are completely natural-looking.

Whether you are missing one tooth or all of your teeth, dental implants permanently repair the function and feel of the smile.

With a secure fit, dental implants do not require any special adhesives, and there are no restrictions on what foods the patient can eat. Even better, they stimulate growth in the jaw bone, making them the healthiest tooth replacement option available today!

We offer the following dental implant systems at Cheney Dental Care:

  • Single Dental Implants
  • All-on-4® Dental Implants
  • Hybrid Dental Implants
  • Implant-Retained Dentures
  • Dentures
  • Dental Extractions

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Single Dental Implant

A single tooth implant replaces individual missing teeth. Yours will be covered with a luminous dental crown, custom-shaped, and custom-shaded to perfectly match the rest of your smile.

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All-on-4® Dental Implants

Missing all of your teeth? Looking for a lightning-fast solution to tooth loss? All-On-4® implant dentures is a system that is designed to give you a new, full set of teeth on the very same day as their procedure!

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Hybrid Implant Dentures

Hybrid implant dentures use dental implants to attach dentures to the gum line permanently. If you have suffered widespread tooth loss and are concerned about the price of conventional full-mouth dental implants, this could be the tooth replacement solution for you!

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Implant-Retained Dentures

Implant-retained dentures are partial or full dentures that sit atop dental implants for a healthier, more stable fit. Similar to traditional dentures, they are removable and require daily care.

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If a tooth has been broken or damaged by decay, usually a crown or a filling will do, but it needs to be extracted if the tooth is beyond repair.