At our practice, we go beyond offering traditional dental implant restoration. We consider your individual needs and provide personalized solutions with modern advances in dental technology. From extensive evaluations to skillful surgical placement, our experienced team works closely with each patient to ensure superior results every time.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants can replace missing or damaged teeth, giving you a beautiful and natural-looking smile. These titanium posts are surgically placed into the jawbone and act as a replacement for the tooth’s root. Implants are a popular restorative treatment because they are permanent, look and feel like natural teeth, and don’t require special care.

The dental implant procedure is typically performed in two stages. The implant post is placed into the jawbone during the first stage. In the second stage, a dental restoration is attached to the top of the post.

Reasons to Consider Dental Implant Restoration

Dental implants offer numerous benefits for patients who want to replace their missing teeth, including:

Increased Stability and Strength

Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that replaces both the tooth and its root. This increased stability and strength can help prevent bone loss and preserve your facial structure.

Improved Oral Health

Dental implants don’t rely on neighboring teeth for support, so they won’t compromise the health of your other teeth. In fact, dental implants help improve oral health by stimulating the jawbone and preventing bone loss.

Reduced Risk of Cavities

Since dental implants are permanently anchored in the jawbone, they are much less likely to develop cavities or decay.


Although dental implants may be more expensive than other tooth replacement options, they are more cost-effective in the long run. They last longer and don’t require as much maintenance, saving you money in dental health care.

Evaluation Process for Potential Implant Candidates

A few key factors are evaluated when considering a dental implant candidate: overall health, jawbone density, and amount of available space in the mouth. If someone is in good health and has enough bone in their jaw, they are likely a good candidate for implants. However, if someone has a small jawbone or a lot of dental work already in place, they may not be as good of a candidate.

The Consultation

The evaluation process usually begins with a consultation with the dentist. They will ask about your general health, any medications you’re taking, and whether you’ve had previous dental work. They will also take x-rays to better understand the bone density in your jaw and how much space is available for the implant.

The Implant Placement

Once the placement has been determined, the dentist can begin fitting you for an implant. This usually involves taking impressions of your teeth so it can be custom-made to fit your mouth. Once everything is ready, we can place the implant and restore your teeth.

Advanced Technology for Dental Implant Restoration

Modern dental technology has revolutionized implant restoration, making it more accurate, personalized, and affordable.

We can place implants with pinpoint accuracy, increasing the likelihood of a successful restoration. 3D printing also allows us to create customized implant abutments and crowns that fit the patient’s individual anatomy, resulting in a more natural-looking restoration and increased comfort. Computer-aided design and manufacturing advances also mean implant treatments can be completed in a single visit.

Are You Interested in Learning More About Dental Implant Restoration?

Dental implants are an excellent option for those who are missing one or more teeth. They are a permanent solution and can last a lifetime with proper care. Implants are also more comfortable than dentures and allow you to eat all your favorite foods. Call us today and find out why thousands of patients have trusted Drs. Chin and Pharar for all their dental implant restoration needs!