Dental Implants

Dental Implants function like natural teeth

Providing a replacement for lost teeth, dental implants are designed to look, feel, and perform like actual teeth. Patients can often regain the ability eat and chew as they had before with natural teeth. Our patients can once again smile and laugh with confidence knowing that they will retain their normal appearance in front of others and in photos. Dental implants make a positive difference in people’s lives.

Having received extensive training in dental implantology, Drs. Barr and Marinak continue to pursue their education on the latest advancements in implant dentistry. Successfully restoring the smiles of our patients, we also instruct them on the practices of maintaining a healthy dental hygiene routine. Brushing, flossing and maintaining regular dental visits make for complete long lasting care.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are small titanium posts which are surgically placed into the jawbone. These metal posts bond with the bone and become a steadfast anchor for the replacement tooth. The artificial teeth are attached to section extending from the gums. Preserving the facial structure, dental implants prevent the bone deterioration and muscle sagging that come with from missing teeth. Dental implants can be a permanent solution for missing teeth providing patients with a beautiful and healthy smile!

Dental Implant Evaluation & Consultation

Consulting with Drs. Barr and Marinak will help you determine if dental implants are the right choice for you. During a dental evaluation, a 3-D cone beam CAT scan will ascertain the quality of your bone. Taking into account your specific needs, the doctors will develop a treatment plan to make certain you get the best end results possible.

Each item of your diagnosis will be itemized and fully explained. As part of the evaluation, You will be informed of all costs involved in advance as well as an estimation of insurance benefits should you have any. Our doctors are always available to answer your questions and address your concerns.