Dental Implants

Are you embarrassed to smile in public due to missing or broken down teeth?
Do you have dentures, but hate wearing them?
Have you lost 1-2 teeth over time or have teeth that are breaking down, making it hard to eat normal food?
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The good news is you can finally have a full mouth of teeth that look & feel natural!

With dental implants we can return your bite and smile to normal again! At Desert Ridge Dental, we can use dental implants to replace old, worn, missing teeth with brand new teeth that look and feel natural. Take the first step and schedule a free in-office consult or request a video consult!

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Have you lost 1-2 teeth over time?

Are your teeth in constant pain?

Do you wear dentures that slide or hurt?

TYPES OF IMPLANTS

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Single Implants

If you are missing a few teeth or several teeth in multiple locations in your mouth, single implants might be a great option for you. A single implant can be used to replace a natural root that has been lost.
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implant supported bridges

If several teeth in a row have been lost, a few implants can be placed and a permanent bridge can be placed. Dental bridges allow us to replace missing teeth with a permanent fixture that does not have to be removed like dentures.
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implant supported dentures

Full Mouth Implant Solutions

When a patient needs to replace most of their teeth, dental implant treatment is the treatment of choice. There are three broad options available, although the details can vary on a case-by-case basis.
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overdentures

An overdenture is an acrylic denture that fits over 2-6 implants. The denture “snaps” into the implants, helping to keep the denture in place. The denture can be removed when needed.
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