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What Are Dental Implants?

  • Implants are fabricated from surgical-grade titanium

  • Implants are meticulously placed into the jawbone during a minor  surgical procedure using a Highly sophisticated 3D Surgical Stent 

  • Because the Implants mimic natural roots, they prevent bone degradation – a byproduct of tooth loss – from occurring over time

  • Once the implants have fused to the jawbone by Osseointegration, Abutments & Custom restorations can be connected

​Single Tooth Replacement

  • Patients who are missing only one tooth can benefit from a single dental implant

  • Traditionally, the only option for this scenario was a conventional dental bridge, which requires the reduction of the natural teeth on either side of the gap

  • In contrast, a dental implant does not involve neighboring teeth

  • Therefore, those who choose single tooth replacement with a dental implant can enjoy conservative treatment & long-lasting results

Multiple Teeth Replacement

  • Individuals who are missing multiple consecutive teeth can opt for an implant-supported dental bridge

  • These restorations are anchored to implants rather than natural teeth

  • Therefore, healthy tooth structure is left intact

Full-Arch Replacement

  • Patients who have worn dentures for several years can understand the challenges that come along with this type of traditional teeth replacement

  • Conventional dentures may move around when chewing, eating, or speaking

  • However, if these prostheses are connected to dental implants, they will stay firmly in place

  • Full-arch replacement using dental implants offers unparalleled stability for optimal function

  • With this solution, patients are able to eat the foods they love in total confidence

  • There are several options, ranging from removable to fixed

  • We will briefly explore the most common treatments below

Implant-Supported Dentures

  • Those who are seeking additional stability for their removable prostheses can pursue implant-supported dentures

  • This option requires between two to six implants per arch, depending on your unique needs

  • Your denture will simply “snap” onto the implants

  • These dentures can be removed for easy cleaning

All-on-4® Implant Dentures

  • In years past, many Patients who had been missing teeth for a prolonged period of time were not eligible for implants due to bone atrophy

  • The All-on-4 treatment concept maximizes existing bone so that patients lacking bone density can still qualify for this type of treatment.

  • A permanent prosthesis can be attached to the dental implants the same day as the surgery

  • Looking For The Best Dental Implants In Connecticut 


  • Missing teeth can have a negative impact on your quality of life. Dental implants can restore the health, function, and aesthetics of your smile

  • Call us at 203 469 5644 for complimentary consultation

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