Implant dentistry can give you back your smile.
Implant dentistry is ideal for those who are missing teeth or have dentures that don’t fit properly. Smiles on Clark offers several effective, long-lasting solutions for replacing missing teeth that look and function just like your natural teeth.
We offer a range of implant dentistry services—including dental implants, bone grafting, and extractions—that can help improve your quality of life by restoring your ability to chew, speak, and smile confidently. Many implant options can last a lifetime with proper care, and they don’t require the use of adhesives or special cleaning solutions like dentures do. Whether your teeth are missing, chipped, or decayed, we can help you find the right implant dentistry solution to give you back a healthier, more beautiful smile.
Implant dental options to transform your smile.
Dental implants are a permanent and natural-looking solution to missing teeth that doesn’t require altering any other teeth. The process involves placing a screw in the jaw bone and allowing it to heal for 3-6 months during which temporary crowns can be used. An abutment is then placed on the implant and an impression is taken to create a permanent restoration, which is attached permanently to the abutment to make it feel just like a natural tooth. With proper care, your implant can last a lifetime—which means a lifetime of better overall oral health and wellbeing.
Bone grafting is a common procedure used to build up the jawbone to support a dental implant or other restorative device, allowing for a secure and stable foundation for your new teeth. In other words, bone loss or damage don’t need to prevent you from achieving a beautiful, functional smile. With bone grafting, you can restore your jawbone and pave the way for a long-lasting and effective dental solution.
The sound of a tooth extraction may seem scary at first, but it can be a huge relief for many people. Sometimes a tooth needs to be removed because of decay, infection, or damage, and leaving it in can cause more problems down the road. While the thought of getting a tooth pulled may make you nervous, modern dental techniques have made the process faster and less painful than ever before. Plus, once the tooth is removed, you can start the process of getting a replacement, which will help keep your smile looking and feeling great. In the end, a tooth extraction could be the best thing you ever do for your dental health!