Do any of these sound familiar to you?
- I’m struggling with traditional dentures or partials
- I’ve had so much dental work over the years and I’m still having problems. I’m ready to be done with the trips to the dentist
- I’m missing one or more teeth and want something fixed to fill in the gaps
Few innovations have changed the dentistry field more than dental implants. For centuries, the only option for replacing missing teeth was some form of dentures. Dental implants are designed to function like natural teeth and are secured in the jawbone. The titanium posts can last for decades and offer a permanent solution for missing teeth. At Hollon Dental, we offer advanced options in dental implants for replacing missing teeth at our dental center in Mobile, Alabama.
Need full mouth dental implant?
We are the ONLY PRACTICE in southern Alabama with the latest technology in full mouth dental implants called photogrammetry. With the MicronMapper photogrammetry scanner, our CEREC Primescan, and 3D X-ray, we can plan your case with precision through our fully digital workflow. Most patients leave the same day of surgery with a 3D printed temporary that is screwed into the implants and looks like natural teeth!
Dental implants can be used in a variety of ways for tooth replacement. One of the most common ways is as a single tooth replacement. An abutment is attached to the top of the implant post that can be bonded to a dental crown. The dental implant will look and function like a natural tooth, offering the most natural option in tooth replacement. Dental implants can also secure or support dentures or dental bridges, including the innovative options like All-on-4 dental implant mouth restorations we offer at Hollon Dental.
Excellence in Implant Dentistry
Our restorative dentists at Hollon Dental have extensive experience using dental implants for tooth and mouth restorations. Whether you need one tooth restored or your entire smile, we have options using dental implants that will meet your needs. Our dentists can provide bone grafting if necessary, and we utilize the latest options in dental technology and imaging to perform our dental implant procedures. You can expect exceptional results that are designed to last when you choose us for your dental implant restoration.
If you want to learn more about dental implants and our options for tooth replacement, contact our office in Mobile, AL. We can schedule a consultation with one of our restorative dentists to discuss whether dental implants are right for you.