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upper and lower dental implants

Dental Implants
Tooth Replacement & Denture Stabilization

Do you have missing teeth or a loose, uncomfortable denture? Not only does this affect the appearance of your smile, remaining teeth can shift out of position affecting your bite and ability to chew properly. This can lead to jaw pain, tooth fracture or further tooth loss. Dental implants are fast-becoming the most popular solution for replacement of missing teeth and denture stabilization.

These tiny prosthetics may be used to replace one or more missing teeth without affecting adjacent teeth. Dental implants can help stop the cycle of tooth loss by eliminating unnecessary stress on the remaining teeth. Denture wearers can also benefit from dental implants with appliances that snap into place, allowing them to chew and laugh with confidence.

How do Dental Implants work?

Dental implants are tiny cylinders made of surgical titanium that are inserted into the jaw bone to act as a foundation for a dental restoration. Implants maintain the space between teeth and act as an artificial root to aid in preserving healthy bone levels in the mouth.

Dr. Dominique Askew Shamburger and Dr. Carl Shamburger will work closely with oral surgeons and periodontists that specialize in the placement of dental implants. Our dentists will then design and place a custom restoration - implant crown, bridge or denture - to support your bite function and complete your smile.

You don't have to struggle with missing teeth.

Dental implants have proven to be an excellent tooth replacement procedure for many people struggling with missing teeth and loose dentures. At Montgomery Dental Arts, we will work with you to develop a plan for implant placement and restoration that fits into your schedule and budget. We offer phased treatment planning and financing options to help you set up manageable payments to restore your smile to proper health.

Schedule a personal consultation with our dentists to find out if you are an ideal candidate for dental implants.