When you have lost a tooth, our dentists at Pro Solutions Dental Group may recommend a dental implant to replace it and restore the function and appearance of your smile. Dental implants are a permanent solution for your missing teeth and help you maintain the bone density of your jawbone as well as filling the gap between your teeth. Call 928-776-1208 today to schedule your consultation with Drs. Jason Campbell and Rick Farnsworth, and to learn if you are a candidate for dental implants in Prescott, Arizona.

Over the last several years, dental implants have become an increasingly popular treatment for people with missing teeth or uncomfortable dentures to regain confidence in their smiles. Although the option of receiving dental implants has been around for quite some time, modern technology has made implant procedures more accurate, efficient, and superior than other treatment options.

One of the advanced tools that is offered in the Prescott area for implant procedures is the Orthopanthomograph® 3D CT Imaging System. With this program, patients can choose their own dental implants, ensuring that their treatment will result in maximum comfort and functionality. With the 3D imaging system, our dentists can get crisp, detailed images of your facial structure. This provides a more accurate and precise treatment plan and optimizes your oral health with correct implant placement.

During the dental implant procedure, a metal, screw-like post will replace your tooth’s roots. On top of the screw, our dentists will place a natural-looking, customized restoration, such as a dental crown or bridge. This restoration will allow you to use your new tooth just like your natural one. Dental implants are often preferred over ill-fitted bridges or dentures because implants are permanent and replace the entire structure of your tooth instead of just what’s above the gum line.

Dental implant procedures vary according to the type of implant that is used and the density of your jawbone. Despite these variations, however, each implant will require several procedures. If you would like to learn more about how dental implants work and their benefits, we invite you to call or visit our practice today.