Dental implants are your dentist’s way of replacing a missing tooth so that your jaw bone remains healthy, and your smile is made whole again. Implant dentistry in Denver has evolved over the years, but one thing remains constant — there’s always a significant boost to your confidence.
How Does a Dental Implant Work?
Dental implants are one of the most interesting treatments available from your Denver dentist. For years, they’ve been filling in the gaps where Mother Nature took one of our natural teeth and helped patients stop being embarrassed by their smile. Your body, specifically your jaw bone, likes dental implants because they feature a small titanium post with a big job. The post acts like your missing tooth’s roots, so your body thinks there’s a new one in place, and your bone won’t deteriorate.
On top of your post, Dr. Macri can place a custom tooth-colored crown. Using our advanced technology, we’re able to craft a crown that blends seamlessly with the rest of your smile. No one will ever remember you had a tooth missing or can tell you’ve had implant dentistry in Greenwood Village.
Am I a Good Candidate for Implant Dentistry in Denver?
The answer to this question is: probably. There are a few factors we have to consider when deciding if a dental implant is right for you. Your best bet to get the correct answer to this question is to talk to Dr. Macri. He’s one of Denver’s go-to dentists for dental implants due to his experience and expertise in the field. He’s so skilled in both the placement and restoration of dental implants; he’s a teacher for the Nobel implant system.
He uses something called computer-guided surgery to precisely place your implant. Before he even begins surgery, he knows exactly where your titanium post will go, ensuring perfect placement for every dental implant patient. It’s an added level of care and efficiency that you won’t find at every Denver dental office. Thanks to Dr. Macri’s advanced training and technology (iTero and Cone Beam), we’re able to create implant-retained denture options for our denture-wearing patients who want more security and comfort.