Are you missing teeth and seeking something more permanent than bridges and dentures? If you are interested in repairing your smile after tooth loss, Dr. Carl McMillan of the Cary area may suggest the placement of a dental implant.
At Cary and Cornelius Holistic Dental Centers, our team is focused on ensuring patients have biocompatible options for repairing their smiles and bringing them back to health. Our practice offers zirconium dental implants rather than traditional titanium implants. Dr. Carl McMillan is a dentist who provides holistic dental care and can ensure that the placement of ceramic restorations such as this can help in maintaining the health and wellness of not only the smile, but the body as a whole.
Zirconium dental implants are considered one of the best solutions available. Unlike their metal counterparts, zirconium dental implants will not discolor the smile and are aesthetic thanks to the color of the materials. This is why Dr. Carl McMillan utilizes these restorations in lieu of metal.
Dental implants can be used to replace one or more teeth. These implants can be placed and restored with a dental crown, which acts as a false tooth. Dental implants may also be used to hold up a dental bridge, or to support a set of full dentures. Implant-supported dentures are gaining in popularity as patients learn more about how effective they are at providing strength and durability to the dental arch. Patients will enjoy better aesthetics, health, and function with implant-supported dentures than any other method of replacement for the entire dental arch.
If you live in or around the Cary or Cornelius area, it may be time to visit a dentist to determine if dental implants are the best option for tooth replacement and restoration. Contact Cary or Cornelius Holistic Dental Centers today to book an appointment with Dr. Carl McMillan and his team. We welcome new and current patients into our state-of-the-art, holistic practice to learn about the ways in which we can rejuvenate and improve the smile in a biocompatible way.