Dental Implants

Restore your Smile Permanently with Dental Implants

Getting your perfect smile back is possible with dental implants! Deciding how to restore your teeth can be a tough decision to make, but here at Prairie Hawk Dental, we make sure you’re educated on all possible options and guide you toward what will work best for you. If you are missing one or more teeth, dental implant surgery is something that could be for you.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Receiving a dental implant can restore confidence in your smile.
Unlike other restorative dental options, implants are permanent therefore eliminating any stress and worry that could come with the upkeep in temporary restorations.
Implants are strong like original teeth but have no risk of obtaining cavities.

Guided Implant Surgery

Technology is advancing very rapidly in the dental world and implant surgery is one place where new machinery has been created to make the surgical process easier for all parties. 3D images of your mouth and jaw bone are used to help the dental surgeon to detect the best placement for the implant. Images also help the dentist calculate the measurements and height for the new tooth that is to be placed. These images help communication between the two to ensure the best results for your dental implant.

With this new technology dental implants have never been so accurate and detailed. We believe in giving you the best dental options that are out there to permanently fix any problems you may have. Having a new tooth created for you can be scary and unsettling, but with our new technology, we have been able to create the best implants that can be made.

Standard Implant Surgery

Guided implant surgery is the most precise way to place an implant, but dental implants have been being placed before this advanced technology. The most important part about the dental implant surgery is the placement of the screws into the jaw bone that secures the tooth after placement. Surgeons are trained on how to measure the jaw bone tissues to make sure the area is safe for screw placement. In the case of the cost being a concern for the patient, standard freehand surgery is more desirable. Whether guided implant surgery is your desired path or not, we are dedicated to providing top grade restorative dentistry to everyone in Castle Rock, CO.

Want to Learn More?

If you need a dental implant or would like to learn more about the procedure or what we offer, come by the office or give us a call! We are here to offer you all the knowledge in helping you make a decision that will be best for you and making it happen!