The planning process is a crucial step in this procedure because it is important to determine the current condition of your teeth and jaw.
Dr. Adamiak will start with an evaluation and a consultation to assess your needs.
If you are an implant candidate, a 3D image will be taken to evaluate for implant placement. Once you have met with Dr. Adamiak and create your customized treatment plan, our front office will schedule your first step in the process.
Dr. Adamiak matches his skills with modern technology to provide you with the best results. He will use our Planmeca Ultra Low Dose™ CBCT scanner to render 3D imaging and set your process in motion.
We begin by taking a scan of the lower half of your face to create an image and an impression of your teeth with extreme accuracy. With the use of these innovative tools, we can fully customize your implant process.
Dr. Adamiak will begin by prepping the site in which he will integrate the dental implant. Once the implant is successfully placed, the implant site will be closed. The implant will remain under the gum until it is carefully prepared for the placement of your dental abutment (post).
If you qualify as a candidate, dental implants can be placed at the same time your tooth is extracted. Implants placed at the time of extraction are called immediate or after the extraction (delayed) implants. Immediate implants offer an opportunity to shorten the waiting time for your new tooth and reduce your number of visits. You can save up to six months of waiting time if you are a candidate for this option!
The Benefits of Dental Implants?
Implants replace missing teeth, so you can eat, chew, speak, and smile without discomfort or embarrassment. You can enjoy renewed functionality and confidence.
Our implants are designed to mimic not only your teeth’s shape but also its natural color and feel. Restore your smile and your confidence with our state-of-the-art tooth replacement solution.
We are committed to giving you high-quality care, which is why we use materials that are built to last. With proper oral care and hygiene, your dental implants can last for as long as your natural teeth.
Dental implants help to prevent tooth shifting, gum degradation, and other dental issues associated with missing teeth. Your implant functions as your natural tooth root, restoring balance to your smile.