Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile

All-on-4® Dental Implants

All-on-4® dental implants are an excellent option for patients with missing teeth and diminished bone density. The All-on-4® treatment plan involves the placement of four implants at special angles, making the best possible use of your jaw bone tissue. In many cases, these implants can be restored with a temporary denture immediately following placement.


We are pleased to offer Teeth-in-a-Day, or immediate-load dental implants. Teeth-in-a-Day offers the same benefits as traditional implants, but without the waiting time between placement of the implants and attachment of the restoration. Instead, the implant and the restoration are placed on the same day, and you can leave our office with a functional new smile.

Dental Implant Benefits

Dental implants are a great restorative option that offers a number of benefits for patients with missing teeth. They are the only restorative option that can prevent atrophy of the jaw bone following tooth loss. They also hold dentures and other restorations firmly in place, allowing users to enjoy foods like rare steaks and crisp apples without worrying that their restorations will shift.

Attaching the Restoration

Dental implants are just the first important step in rebuilding a compromised smile. The restoration can be made of dental porcelain or zirconia, both of which offer natural-looking results. A dental lab will fabricate your dental crown, bridge, or denture out of the material of your choice. The restoration will be milled to precise specifications, ensuring a proper fit and beautiful aesthetic outcome.

Implant-supported Dentures

Implant-supported dentures are a treatment option for patients with multiple missing teeth. The implants are placed directly into the jawbone, which protects against future bone loss and provides a stable base for the dentures. The dentures can replace a few or all of your teeth, and they will stay securely in place as you speak, chew, and smile.

Dental Implants vs. Traditional Dentures

Today, patients missing some or all of their teeth can choose either traditional or implant-supported dentures. It is important for patients to understand that implant-supported dentures are the only option that can prevent jaw bone atrophy, and provide a level of support for dentures that allows you to laugh, smile, speak, and enjoy all the foods you love without worrying that your dentures will shift out of place.

Single Missing Tooth

For patients missing a single tooth, we recommend a dental implant restored with a crown. Implants are the only restorative solution that can prevent the loss of jaw bone tissue, and provide the absolute best level of support. The crown is custom-fabricated to complement your smile, and will be virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth.

Multiple Missing Teeth

Implant-supported restorations are highly versatile. If you are missing multiple teeth, we can provide an implant-supported bridge, sometimes called a partial denture. Depending on your needs, we can create a custom implant-supported bridge that completes your smile, restores your ability to chew and smile with confidence, and preserves the integrity of the jaw.

Cost of Dental Implants

The cost of dental implants depends on several factors, such as the number and type of implants you require, whether you need any prior treatments to address jaw bone loss, and the type of restorations you choose. In order to make the immense benefits of dental implants available to all of our patients, we offer financing plans that allow you to make manageable monthly payments.

Dental Implant Surgery

During an advanced procedure, our doctors can surgically place dental implants in your jaw to provide superior support to restorations. Using advanced technology, we can accurately plan your treatment to place your implants in the strongest areas of your jaw. With our precise, gentle care, you can enjoy a higher likelihood of implant success and comfortable, high-quality treatment.

Types of Dental Implants

Drs. Parkes and Stewart are able to provide our patients with personalized procedures and a wide range of treatment options including traditional implants, mini implants, and immediate load implants. When selecting the right type of dental implant for your needs, you will need to base your choice on your unique oral health needs. Our team can help you choose the best option for you.

Choosing an Implant Dentist

When choosing the right implant dentist for you, there are a variety of factors to consider. The doctors at Periodontal Associates of Jackson are highly experienced and trained in the field of dental implants. With their expert care, you can be at ease knowing you are receiving the highest quality of treatment.

Maintaining Your Dental Implants

With proper care, dental implants can last for decades, and even the rest of your life. It is important to maintain proper oral hygiene to avoid the risks of gum disease and other oral health concerns that can limit the success of treatment. Our team can provide advanced periodontal care to ensure your lasting oral health.

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