Welcome to Boeriu Implant Dentistry
At Boeriu Implant Dentistry, we are dedicated to providing our patients with the highest level of care and customer service. We specialize in implant dentistry, and our team of experienced and highly-trained dental professionals is committed to helping our patients achieve and maintain optimal oral health.
Our state-of-the-art clinic is equipped with the latest technology, including 3D imaging and computer-guided surgery, which allows us to provide precise and accurate treatment. Our goal is to make the implant process as comfortable and stress – free as possible for our patients.
Our team includes board-certified oral surgeons, periodontists, and prosthodontists, all of whom have extensive training and experience in implant dentistry. We work together to provide comprehensive care and ensure that our patients receive the best possible outcomes.
We offer a wide range of implant services, including:
- Single Tooth Implants
- Multiple Tooth Implants
- Full-Arch Implants
- Immediate Load Implants
We also provide additional services such as Bone Grafting, Sinus Lifts and Ridge Augmentation, which are important for implant placement in certain cases.
At Boeriu Implant Dentistry , we understand that every patient is unique, which is why we take a personalized approach to treatment. Our goal is to help our patients achieve and maintain optimal oral health.
We invite you to schedule a consultation with us to discuss your dental needs and learn more about how we can help you achieve a beautiful, healthy smile.
What is the disadvantage of implant teeth?
Implant teeth are a popular choice for replacing missing teeth, but they come with some disadvantages. One of the main disadvantages of implanting teeth is the cost. Implant teeth can be expensive, and the cost of the procedure can vary depending on the number of teeth being replaced and the type of implant used. Additionally, the procedure can be time- consuming and require multiple visits to the dentist. Another disadvantage of implanting teeth is the risk of infection. The implant procedure involves drilling into the jawbone, which can increase the risk of infection. If an infection occurs, it can cause pain, swelling, and even damage to the implant. Finally, implant teeth may not be suitable for everyone. People with certain medical conditions, such as diabetes, may not be able to get implant teeth. Additionally, people with weakened jawbones may not be able to support the implant. Overall, implant teeth can be a great option for replacing missing teeth, but it is important to consider the potential disadvantages before making a decision.
How many teeth can you put on one implant?
One implant can support up to five teeth. Implants are a great way to replace missing teeth, and they can be used to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth. When replacing multiple teeth, the implant can be used to support up to five teeth. This is done by placing a crown on the implant and attaching two or more crowns to the adjacent teeth. This creates a bridge that is held in place by the implant.
The number of teeth that can be supported by one implant depends on the size and shape of the implant, as well as the size and shape of the teeth being replaced. Generally, the larger the implant, the more teeth it can support. The number of teeth that can be supported also depends on the health of the surrounding teeth and gums.
Implants are a great way to replace missing teeth and can provide a long-term solution for tooth loss. With proper care and maintenance, implants can last for many years.
How many teeth are in an implant?
An implant is a permanent dental restoration that replaces a missing tooth. It consists of a titanium post that is surgically placed into the jawbone and a crown that is attached to the post. The number of teeth in an implant depends on the individual’s needs. Generally, a single implant can replace one missing tooth, while multiple implants can be used to replace multiple missing teeth. Implant-supported bridges and dentures can also be used to replace multiple missing teeth. The number of teeth in an implant-supported bridge or denture will depend on the number of missing teeth and the size of the restoration.