DeNike Dental provides dental implants in Emerson, NJ, including single tooth implants, implant-supported bridges, implant-supported dentures, full arch with only four implants, and mini dental implants.
Call 201-599-0001 to learn more and schedule your appointment.
Single Tooth Dental Implants
Dental implants are the first and only solution for missing teeth that replaces both the root and the crown to protect against bone loss in the jaw. The result is a replacement tooth that looks and functions exactly like the real thing. The dental implant itself is a small titanium post that is implanted into the jaw where the root once was. An abutment is attached to the implant and then a fixed or removable replacement tooth is secured to the abutment.
Implant Supported Bridges
If three or more adjacent teeth need to be replaced, implant-supported bridges are an ideal solution. Dental implants are used to replace the two outermost teeth. These implants are then used to support a porcelain bridge. An implant-supported bridge is a functional and aesthetic replacement for natural teeth, with the added benefit of protecting against jaw bone loss.
Implant Supported Dentures
Implant-supported dentures replace all or most of a patient’s teeth without the discomfort and hassle of traditional dentures. Because implant-supported dentures are anchored in place with dental implants, there’s no messy denture adhesive needed and no more worries about dentures slipping or impacting speech. Typically, two or more implants are used to support the denture, which can be full or partial, fixed or removable (often referred to as “snap-on” dentures).
Full Arch with Only Four Implants
This unique implant solution replaces an entire upper or lower arch of missing teeth by placing four dental implants that are used as anchors for replacement teeth.
Mini Dental Implants (MDIs)
Before placing dental implants, we take imaging to ensure that the jaw has adequate bone mass to support them. When bone mass is insufficient, mini dental implants may be an option. MDIs function the same as traditional dental implants, but their smaller size makes them easier to support. The MDI placement procedure is less invasive than dental implant surgery, typically requiring only local anesthetic and no sutures. The entire process, from implant placement to affixing the replacement tooth, usually only takes a single day.
Guided Implant Placement
With dental implants, it’s crucial that placement is done correctly the first time to minimize failure and complications. Guided implant placement helps us ensure success for our patients, allowing us to use custom surgical guides that direct the exact location, angle, and depth of each implant placement.
Call 201-599-0001 to learn more about our dental implant services and to schedule your appointment.