Lovell Family Dentistry

Implant Restoration

When a patient's teeth become damaged to the point that they need a dental extraction, one of the best treatments available is an implant.

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Implants are a method of replacing either a single tooth or up to an entire arch of teeth.

Long-Term Solution

Dental implant restoration offers a long-term solution for tooth loss. With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last for decades or even a lifetime, making them a durable and reliable option for tooth replacement.

Natural Look and Feel

Dental implants closely mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth. The prosthetic teeth attached to the implants are custom-made to match the shape, size, and color of the patient's existing teeth, resulting in a seamless and natural-looking smile.

Improved Oral Health

Dental implants help preserve oral health by preventing bone loss in the jawbone, which can occur after tooth loss. By stimulating the surrounding bone tissue, implants promote bone growth and stability, maintaining the integrity of the jawbone and surrounding teeth.

Enhanced Stability and Functionality

Unlike traditional dentures or bridges, which may shift or become loose over time, dental implants provide stable and secure support for prosthetic teeth. This stability allows patients to eat a wider variety of foods comfortably and speak with confidence.

Preservation of Adjacent Teeth

Dental implant restoration does not require the alteration or removal of adjacent healthy teeth, as is often necessary with traditional dental bridges. This preservation of natural tooth structure helps maintain the integrity of neighboring teeth and reduces the risk of future dental problems.

Improved Quality of Life

Dental implant restoration can significantly enhance the quality of life for individuals with missing teeth. By restoring a complete and functional smile, implants improve self-confidence, speech clarity, and chewing ability, enabling patients to enjoy a more active and fulfilling lifestyle.


Most implants will be placed by a specialist such as an oral surgeon or a periodontist. Once the implant has healed the dentist will restore the implant or implants by way of crowns, bridges or dentures.

Implants consist of three separate parts: the implant itself, the linkage or connector called and abutment and finally the prosthesis itself (crown, bridge or denture). Very accurate impressions will be taken by the dentist to accomplish the phase of restoring those implant(s) to achieve the best fit of the final prosthesis.


Just like teeth, implants require special care and attention. Follow up radiographs will be taken to assure the overall health of the implant, the abutment and prosthesis every cleaning appointment.