Replicate every part of the missing tooth, from root to cusps.

Implant-supported crowns, bridges, and dentures are the only tooth restorations that replicate every part of the missing tooth, from root to cusps. You will emerge from treatment with the ability to bite, chew, speak, and smile.

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are titanium posts that are embedded into the mouth, that act as artificial roots for replacement of teeth. Dental implants are anchored in the mouth and provide the strongest, most stable, and most durable support for crowns, bridges, and dentures that is currently available. Dental implants can last a lifetime.

What are the benefits of having your dental implants placed at Parshin Dental?

  • We use 3D technology to plan the implants from start to finish

  • We do non invasive computer guided implant placement

  • We use a CT scan to get a 3D image of your mouth

  • We do everything in house. The entire procedure from implant to crown.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Look and Feel Like Natural Teeth

Dental implants can support the normal forces of chewing and biting, allowing you to enjoy all of your favorite foods without restricting your diet. The tooth that is mounted to the top of the implant post is custom-crafted to blend in with your surrounding teeth in color, shape, size and texture, so virtually no one will be able to tell that you have a dental implant.

Strong and Comfortable

Dental implants are extremely strong and stable. Once they are positioned in the mouth, they are fixed into place, so you don’t ever have to reposition them or worry about noises or shifting.

Stand-Alone Solution

Dental bridges rely on the adjacent teeth for strength and support; those teeth must be filed down and capped with crowns, which anchor the bridge. Over time, the crowned teeth can become significantly worn or damaged, possibly requiring additional treatment.

Dental implants are a stand-alone solution that don’t require the support of the surrounding teeth and don’t damage natural teeth. In fact, implants prevent those teeth from shifting around into the empty space left by the missing tooth and becoming tilted or crooked.

Built to Last

Unlike dentures and dental bridges, which must be repaired or replaced every few years, dental implants are built to last. With the proper care and attention, they can last indefinitely.