Dental Implants at Kremer Dental Care
3 Reasons to Choose Us for Dental Implants:
1. At Kremer Dental Care we perform ALL PHASES of Implant Dentistry.
2.We are one of only 4% of dentists nationwide that use Computer Guided Implant Placement.
3. We can reduce your cost significantly.
Our benefits explained:
• Since 2002 we’ve been performing all phases of Implant Dentistry. We do the consultation, place the synthetic root, build the crown, and place the crown on top of the new root.
NOTE: Most general dentists that advertise 'dental implants' only place the crown. An oral surgeon will do the initial consultation, then you will be referred to the general dentist to take records, after that you will go back to the surgeon to have the implant placed (and a lab will be building the crown during this time), finally you will go back to the general dentist to have the crown placed on the implant.
• Since 2014 we’ve been doing it 100% digitally.
We take a 3D image of your jaw, and a 3D photo of mouth.
We design the ideal final tooth restoration and the ideal tooth root position.
We CAD manufacture a guide to place the implant within 200 microns of the ideal root position on the 3D image. This creates incredible precision, and increases long-term success of the implant
• Our process DECREASES YOUR COST in many cases
Because we greatly reduce lab bills for the building of the implant and parts. We are also much faster because there are no back and forth referrals between an oral surgeon and a general dentist.
So, what is a dental implant?
A dental implant is an artificial root placed permanently in your jaw to hold a replacement tooth or bridge.
With the help of dental implants, we can fully remedy toothlessness and thus strongly improve chewing and speaking abilities as well as restore a beautiful smile. Implants can also serve as carriers of a fixed dental bridge or denture.
Dentistry has always tried to replace missing teeth. Historically, the methods included plastic acrylics, gold, and porcelain materials. While these are still viable options, all of them rested on the gums or anchored to adjacent teeth, unlike natural teeth.
The greatest advancement in dentistry in the twentieth century was the use of synthetic roots to replace missing teeth… known as ‘dental implants’. They anchor back into the bone, just like natural teeth. What makes dental implants so great is that they put the force back on the bone. This takes pressure off the adjacent teeth and/or gums. When older methods are used, the neighboring teeth are overloaded, and thus don’t last as long. By having the bone support the area with synthetic roots, are you making the neighboring teeth last longer, and preventing future bone loss.
The teeth roots stimulate bone within the jaws. When you lose a tooth, the jaw loses 25% of bone in the first year, and 40% in three years. Furthermore, plastic dentures resting on the gums speeds up this rate of bone loss. The synthetic roots of dental implants are the only solution to stop this “osteoporosis-like” action in the mouth, and stimulate the bone to keep it healthy.
Fortunately, if someone has already lost much of their bone, we now have many advanced ways to grow new bone to help support synthetic roots.
Further, plastic teeth are very uncomfortable. They slide around, and only have 25-50% the chewing ability of normal teeth. With synthetic roots, you have 200% the chewing strength of natural teeth. And, because they are not removable, they psychologically feel like they are a part of you, versus a piece of plastic that comes in and out.
Dr. Kevin Kremer is more than happy to offer a complimentary consultation to anyone with questions about missing teeth. Come in and see if you are a candidate for dental implants.
- You can learn more about dental implants, and hear patient testimonials within our Chico Smiles Volume 1 and Chico Smiles Volume 2.
- You can also read about all the advantages of dental implants, and see if you might be a candidate within our Chico Health Volume 7.
Dr. Kremer is one of only 2% of dentists nationwide to be certified by the prestigious LVI Dental Institute. LVI is the leading dental facility for advanced training in modern dentistry.
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