Why Dental Implants? A Healthier Smile and Longer Life!

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The best investment you can make is in yourself…

-Warren Buffett

“All-on-4” Full Arch Implant Solution

Dr. Pruitt’s All-on-4 Full Arch Implant Solution is a dental procedure that involves the placement of a full arch of teeth using four dental implants. It is designed to provide a solution for individuals who are missing multiple teeth or are edentulous (lacking all teeth in an arch).

Learn more about Full Arch Dental Implants.

Wisdom Tooth Removal

Wisdom teeth, also called third molars, appear once all the other adult teeth are already in place. These supernumerary teeth can cause serious problems if they’re permitted to erupt, such as shifting the other teeth out of their proper positions. Furthermore, wisdom teeth are prone to decay due to their difficult-to-reach location. Learn more about Wisdom Tooth Removal.

Dental Implant Surgery

Missing teeth need to be replaced. Whether you have absent teeth due to trauma, gum disease, or tooth decay, missing teeth can create significant issues for your health. Dental implants can provide permanent, functional, and natural-appearing teeth replacement. Learn more about Dental Implants.

Intravenous (IV) Sedation

IV sedation, also known as intravenous sedation, is a technique used in dentistry to help patients relax and feel more comfortable during dental procedures. It involves administering sedative medications through an intravenous (IV) line directly into the bloodstream. Learn more about IV Sedation.

Immediate Dental Implant Surgery

Many patients can have dental implants placed during the same procedure as a tooth extraction. This process eliminates the need for separate surgeries.

Maxillary or Mandibular Bone Graft Surgery

The mandible is the medical term for the lower jaw, while maxillary teeth are held in the upper arch. Bone grafting is sometimes necessary before dental implant surgery to ensure a patient has sufficient bone quality for the implants to anchor properly.

Dental Trauma Surgery

Trauma to the teeth and mouth can result from falls, vehicle collisions, sports injuries, and more. Dental trauma surgery aims to restore both the appearance and function of your teeth and other oral structures. Learn more about Facial Trauma Reconstruction.

To schedule a consultation, call our office at (402) 403-4110.