Dental implants can provide a remarkably stable way to replace missing teeth by providing a fixture for the replacement tooth which will look and feel just like a natural tooth. One or multiple teeth can be replaced and the success rate of the dental implants is extraordinary high. The actual implant fixtures are cylinders or root forms made of titanium which is surgically implanted into the jaw during the first stage of the implant process. The bone will heal into the implant surface and strongly lock it in place through a process called bone integration. After the healing is complete and the implant entirely integrated, the second stage of the process is initiated. This involves placing the abutment into implant which then serves as an anchor for a crown, bridge, or other restorative component that can be attached so we attain the best cosmetic look. There are so any different choices for implant configurations and prosthetic options that a consultation is extremely important so that we can discuss your expectations and select the best possible option to achieve the finest result.