Our natural-looking dental implants are surgically attached to your jaw, providing outstanding comfort and chewing power that you won’t get with any other restoration. They also improve your oral health by stimulating natural jawbone growth.
The implant process begins when Dr. Klym surgically attaches the implant fixture, made from a strong, titanium material, to act as a tooth root to keep the implant in place. This is a minor procedure that Dr. Klym performs in our office.
Once your jaw develops a firm, stable connection with the implant fixture, you’ll return to our office so Dr. Klym can complete the process by adding an attractive crown.
Your crown is custom-made to blend in with the rest of your smile. Unlike dentures, your new prosthetic tooth won’t come out or shift position when you’re talking or eating. And it’s easy to care for your implants — just continue to brush and floss as you would with your natural teeth.
We can also use dental implants to restore more than one missing tooth. If the missing teeth aren’t adjacent, we’ll use individual dental implants to replace them.
If you have more than one missing teeth that are next to each other, Dr. Klym can restore your smile using an implant-supported bridge. This is a single restoration that secures two or more prosthetic replacement teeth called pontics.
An implant-supported bridge is safer and longer-lasting than the traditional type of bridge that’s held in place by cementing it to your natural teeth. Like all our implant solutions, an implant-supported bridge promotes healthy jawbone growth.
Regular dentures rest on top of your gums, which can cause slippage and pain when you’re eating. Implants will secure your dentures directly to your jaw, allowing you to eat and speak with ease.
If you’re looking to restore one or both arches using dental implants, you’ve come to the right place. Dr. Klym is an outstanding implant dentist who’s been recognized for excellence in dental implant placement by both the Misch International Implant Institute and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
All of our dental implants are made by nSequence, a premier dental laboratory. These aren’t the one-size-fits-all restorations that many dentists use. Instead, an nSequence restoration is custom-crafted to meet your needs.
Implant-secured full-arch restorations are often referred to as overdentures or hybrid dentures. To restore your arch, Dr. Klym will use four to seven dental implants to attach an attractive set of prosthetic teeth that’s made to fit your smile.
When you come into our office to receive full arch restorations, you’ll leave our office with a beautiful, temporary set of restorations that same day.