We're on a mission at Cary Periodontics & Implant Dentistry to provide our patients with optimal periodontal health. To do this, we utilize the most advanced dental technology coupled with compassionate care and precise clinical skills. We know that high-quality periodontal practice is a healing art. It requires the right dental practitioner with a solid breadth of scientific knowledge, clinical judgment, and the ability to give patients personalized care. Schedule your appointment and consultation today when you call us at (919) 469-9986.
Dental implants are truly changing the way people live. With them, people are rediscovering the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh, and enjoy life!
Dental implants are small titanium posts which are designed to provide a foundation to help replace single or multiple missing teeth. Replacing missing teeth with dental implants allows you to return to the normal function, esthetics, and comfort that you had with your natural teeth.
Replacing teeth with dental implants typically is the most esthetic way to replace teeth because it mimics natural teeth emerging from the gum. When replacing a single tooth, placement of a dental implant prevents the preparation of adjacent teeth in order to fabricate a tooth supported bridge. If you need to replace the last tooth in your jaw, a dental implant usually is the only tooth replacement option other than a removable partial denture. Multiple teeth can be replaced with dental implants when they are used to support an implant bridge. In addition, removable appliances, such as dentures or partials, can be anchored with dental implants. This creates better stability of the removable appliance and allows for improved function and esthetics.
Replacing a missing tooth or teeth with dental implants requires a team approach. The surgical portion of the treatment plan (implant placement into bone) is performed by your periodontist. Following healing of the implant into the jawbone, the restorative portion (attachment of a crown/cap or denture) is then performed by another dental provider who is familiar with such treatment (usually your general dentist or a prosthodontist).
Our periodontists and our dental team look forward to working you today. Whether you need of periodontics or dental implants, it's time to get the help you need. Call us at (919) 469-9986 today to get scheduled. We are conveniently located at 1003 High House Rd in Cary, NC!