Dental Implants in Farmington Hills, MI
Don’t let tooth loss spoil your smile forever.
Replace missing teeth permanently with dental implants!
Dental implant technology has revolutionized the way that our dentists treat tooth loss. Whether you have to replace a single tooth or rebuild your entire smile, dental implants can help you enjoy a whole, healthy smile again.
There are a number of different dental implant treatment options available today, but they all have one thing in common; they all have titanium roots that extend into the jawbone tissue. Once inserted, titanium implant roots actually bond with the patient’s jawbone tissue through a process called osseointegration. As you would imagine, this provides an exceptionally stable and durable replacement tooth for the patient.
Our dental implant dentist treats tooth loss using:
- Individual stand-alone dental implants
- Implant-stabilized dentures and bridges
When you meet with our dentist, we’ll assess your oral health, and give you a better idea of which treatments, specifically, may be right for you!
Why do so many patients choose our MayFair dentists for dental implants?
You Have Options
Our dentists use dental implant technology in a number of different ways, to deliver exceptional results. You may benefit from individual dental implants, implant-stabilized bridges or dentures, or even Nobel Teeth-In-An-Hour™ implants. Our dental team is here to help you choose the perfect tooth replacement treatment for you.
The treatments we offer enable us to restore your smile conveniently and comfortably. We also provide effective oral conscious sedation; there’s no need to let fear or anxiety keep you from reclaiming a whole and healthy smile!
Our practice is outfitted with the latest dental technologies to facilitate successful implant treatment. Using cutting-edge CT scans and digital imaging we are able to pre-plan implant insertion down to the smallest detail. Not only does this increase treatment efficacy and efficiency, it also enables us to treat difficult tooth loss cases.