When a patient suffers from premature tooth loss, our O’Fallon dentist office works to find the perfect tooth replacement solution for that individual person. We know that not all patients have identical needs, which is why we offer a range of restorative treatment options—from dentures, to dental implants, to mini dental implants. This article is all about the uses of mini dental implants—keep reading to get the information you need.
Mini dental implants employ the same technology as conventional dental implants, but on a smaller scale. Mini dental implants have thinner titanium roots and smaller dental restorations, which allow them to function well in situations where traditional dental implants are not an option.
Mini dental implants are useful in those small places in the mouth where a full-sized implant simply will not fit. If you are trying to replace a particularly small tooth, or a tooth that was wedged in a small space, a mini dental implant may be able to help you.
Mini dental implants are also unique because they can be used with dentures for exceptional results. Mini dental implant roots can be outfitted to fit in to your dentures, and your dentures can be retrofitted to snap over your mini implant roots. The result is a denture that is grounded in your jawbone—providing exceptional fit and stability. Many patients can achieve these results with a just a few strategically placed mini implants.
If you would like further information about how mini dental implants can improve your smile, our O’Fallon mini dental implant dentists will be happy to help you. Call our office to schedule your own consultation with our team, or submit a question and your contact information through our website. Together we can restore your smile and help you regain your healthy daily life.
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