Dental implants have emerged as a leading choice for replacing missing teeth or anchoring loose dentures into place.
Dr. Gillespie has completed extensive continuing education and training in the area of dental implants. His dental implant work is performed to last a lifetime, using the highest quality materials and an impeccable sense of craftsmanship.
Unlike dentures or bridges, dental implants pose no threat to bone health, and will not interfere with eating, smiling, speaking, or other everyday activities. Where bridges, with proper care, last 7-10 years, a properly placed dental implant can last a lifetime when a professional dentist performs minor adjustments and provides ongoing care.
Stop worrying about your teeth and enjoy a natural smile. Dental implants are a great option for those missing a single tooth, or who need to improve the fit of dentures and partials.
DENTAL IMPLANTS FOR A SINGLE MISSING TOOTH
In modern dentistry, replacing a single missing tooth with a dental implant has become a routine procedure. Dr. Gillespie uses state-of-the-art technology to guide the placement of dental implants through fabrication of a surgical sleeve. This ensures precise placement of your implant for a perfectly natural looking—and natural feeling—restoration.
DENTAL IMPLANTS FOR LOOSE DENTURES AND PARTIALS
Using multiple dental implants, Dr. Gillespie can solve the problem of an ill-fitting set of partial dentures. By outfitting your implant and dentures with a series of snaps, you’ll experience a more comfortable and secure fit.
WHAT TO EXPECT AFTER YOUR DENTAL IMPLANT PROCEDURE
Like any dental procedure, there is a certain way to care for your mouth after leaving our dental office. Read our guide to learn more about what to expect after your procedure, and how to care for your dental implants: What to Expect After Dental Implant Surgery
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The benefits of dental implants are endless: long lasting; natural looking and feeling; easy to care for; predictable results, and a healthier option for overall oral health. If you are curious about dental implants and would like to find out if you are a candidate, contact our dental office using the brief form below. Dr. Gillespie is happy to discuss your needs, answer your questions and help guide you to the right kind of dental restoration.