Dental Implants

Dental Implants

Get that great smile back again! Replace missing, damaged, or broken teeth with dental implants that will restore both your dental health and overall confidence.

Missing teeth are generally the result of poor dental health, gum disease, or accidents. Leaving the missing tooth space empty may not sound too serious, but the consequences of not filling in that space can include:

  • The teeth adjacent to your missing tooth can change position to fill the gap;
  • The loss of your missing tooth’s root can cause your jawbone to shrink, making your face appear prematurely older; and,
  • A missing tooth in the front of your mouth can affect your smile and your self-confidence.

Because of this, in many situations, a dental implant is the most esthetically pleasing way to replace missing teeth. An implant is usually a dental crown or bridge secured to a screw embedded in your gums, which takes the place of the missing tooth’s root and helps prevent the above consequences, providing a complete and beautiful solution for improving your smile. 

More About Dental Implants

Dr. Witt discusses dentures, care, and more permanent solutions to traditional dentures.

  • Permanent solution
  • Improved chewing and speaking
  • Natural function and look
  • Improved facial appearance
  • Prevention of bone loss
  • No special care required
  • Very sturdy and secure
  • No diet restrictions
  • Can be changed or updated

Upgrading Your Dentures with Dental Implants

Millions of people are missing most or all of their teeth. For these people, a denture replacement solution using dental implants eliminates the need for denture adhesives. This might mean a new level of comfort and ease in your life if dentures have bothered you in the past. At Terrace Smiles, our dental-implant-based denture replacement alternatives provide better support, thereby removing the need for messy and unreliable denture adhesives. These alternatives can even make sore gums obsolete!

If you’re in need of denture repair, or if you’re simply tired of wearing your dentures, consider our denture replacement alternatives and leave your denture adhesives behind. Contact Dr. Witt for a free, no-obligation consultation regarding denture replacements.

It’s time to say goodbye to your denture adhesives, and hello to dentures that fit!

Dental-implant-supported dentures give you a denture that will stay in place so that you have the confidence to eat what you want, when you want, without having to consult your teeth before you consult the menu when you eat. You’ll speak more easily and not worry about your dentures coming loose or falling out of your mouth. Also, an implant-supported denture in your upper jaw will feel more natural than a regular denture because the denture does not cover the roof of your mouth.

Natural and Realistic

Dr. Witt’s dental-implant-supported dentures are made of an acrylic base that looks like real gums and natural-looking porcelain or acrylic teeth. 

Custom Made

We’ve got precision-fit, tailor-made dentures just for you! Dr. Witt uses the latest in Neuromuscular technology to determine your jaw’s optimal position and create dentures that put your bite into healthy alignment. Neuromuscular dentures not only stay in place, but they can also cure painful and uncomfortable symptoms you may never even have realized had anything to do with a poor bite. If you suffer from headaches, migraines, ear pain, ringing in the ears, or vertigo, these are just a few of the symptoms that could be a result of a poor bite. Contact Dr. Witt for a free, no-obligation consultation regarding denture replacements.

He provides winning solutions for tooth loss. Find out if you’re a good candidate for dental-implant-supported-dentures today!

Dental Implant F.A.Q.

Q: How much do dental implants cost?

A: If you have dental insurance, we will work with your insurance company to ensure maximum coverage. If you don’t, we have payment plan options that can be spread out over __ months, so you can secure your investment in the future of your smile over time. For specific estimates, please contact our billing department at [email protected].

Q: Do you do full-mouth dental implants?

A: Yes, we do. Please see our Full-Mouth Reconstruction page for more information.

*The patient and any other person responsible for payment has a right to refuse to pay, cancel payment, or be reimbursed for payment for any other service, examination, or treatment that is performed as a result of and within 72 hours of responding to the advertisement for the free, discounted fee, or reduced fee service, examination, or treatment.