At Baypointe Dental, we specialize in dental implants in Clinton Township to help with missing teeth. Broken, damaged, decayed and missing teeth can drastically alter the look, feel and function of your smile, but dental implants in Clinton Township, MI provide a solution that can help. Dental prosthetics such as dentures, crowns and bridges are common methods used to replace tooth imperfections—but patients ultimately discover that results from placing dental prosthetics alone aren’t always long lasting. The introduction of dental implants to dental patients in Clinton Township, Michigan brought about a stable, long-lasting alternative that enhances the effects of dental restoration techniques. Dental implants in Clinton Township at Baypointe Dental are designed to restore imperfections while effectively functioning as naturally growing teeth.
The dental implants at Baypointe Dental are small, sturdy, titanium posts that are designed to replace the root structure of a naturally growing tooth. During the dental implant treatment, a small titanium metal rod is implanted into your jaw bone, where it effectively fuses with the bone, providing stable support for any number of dental prosthetics. Once stabilized properly, dental implants are designed to hold a crown, bridge or over-denture in place just like the root of a naturally growing tooth. Dental implants in Clinton Township, MI at Baypointe Dental are used frequently to replace anywhere from a single tooth to a full set of teeth for a natural look and feel.
Implants 1 - Before
This patient lost her front tooth in an ice skating accident. The options were to place a three tooth bridge, which requires the removal of some of the adjacent teeth; an implant; or a removable appliance such as a partial denture. The patient chose to have an implant placed.
Implants 1 - After
The completed treatment appears completely natural. If you did not know that there had been a tooth missing, you would not be able to tell that any treatment had been done.
Implants 2 - Before
The most common of the congenitally missing teeth are the upper laterals. This patient was born without an adult lateral tooth.
Implants 2 - After
A single implant was placed and the result is very natural looking. The center tooth, next to the implant, had a veneer placed on it, and the gum tissue was trimmed so that it matched the center tooth next to it.
Implants 3 - Before
This patient lost all of his natural teeth many years ago and wore upper and lower full dentures, but had difficulty with his lower dentures staying in place. Implants were placed on the bottom. The patient had no problem with his top denture staying in place so no implants were placed on top.
Implants 3 - After
The lower denture clips onto the bars between the implants and is very stable, yet the patient is able to remove the denture when he needs to brush and clean the implants. The result is a solid chewing surface and the patient can eat whatever food he desires.
Implants 4 - Before
This patient had lost all of her natural teeth and had worn dentures for over 20 years. Both the top and bottom dentures were loose because there was not much bone for the denture to sit on. Four implants, two on top and two on the bottom, were placed.
Implants 4 - After
The dentures are removable for cleaning, but they clip onto the implants using rings. They are very stable and natural looking.
Implants 5 - Before
This patient lost several teeth in an auto accident. In the top photo, he is wearing a removable partial denture, which did not match his other teeth, which were had porcelain crowns.
Implants 5 - After
Six implants were placed and the old crowns were replaced. The result is very natural looking and the patient now has the confidence to eat, laugh, and smile.