Dental Implants

Durham Prosthodontics
Dental Implants

Implants are the best way to replace missing teeth without compromise

“Implant Dentistry” is the term dental professionals use to explain how they can replace lost teeth with a post that is placed just below your gums. When a tooth is lost the bone around slowly disappears over time and the forces in your mouth can wear out the fewer remaining teeth faster. Grafting and implants are the best way to rebuild your natural bone and tissues and give your mouth enough support to keep working properly. 

Our Dental Implant Services


Guided Surgery

Our surgery starts with a 3D scan of your jaw from which a digital guide is made to ensure a safe and ideal implant placement


Dental Implants

Implants can replace lost teeth, provide your mouth with improved strength, and maintain your natural bone and smile


Bone Grafting

When a tooth is lost it is important to graft the area to prevent your natural bone and tissue from being lost during healing

FAQ’s About Dental Implants

I'm afraid of having a surgery!

Because we always freeze the area that the implants are being placed in you won’t feel anything. Implants are generally a very fast, minor surgeries that are done without needing to go to sleep or sedation.

What is bone grafting?

When a tooth is removed it leaves a hole called a socket. This hollow space in the bone will lead to a big pocket of missing bone if ignored. By placing purified cadaver bone your body can better heal the socket. In fact, after only a few shorts months your body will replace the cadaver bone with your own healthy, living bone!

Can an implant get cavities?

Implant can’t get cavities because it’s made of titanium. However, it’s very important to keep the gums around the implant clean because they can still get gum disease just like natural teeth.

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Let us help you achieve the smile you deserve at Durham Prosthodontics

Call us at 905-493-1799 or fill out our online contact form to request an appointment today!