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Dental Implants
South Ogden, Utah

Diagram of a dental implant at Skyline Implants & Periodontics in South Ogden, Utah
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Contact us if you want to replace missing teeth and improve your dental health. Our top-notch specialists are experts in dental implants and replacing your missing teeth with ones that look like natural teeth.

If you are seeking a tooth replacement, schedule with our doctors in South Ogden, UT.

What Is a Dental Implant?


A dental implant is an artificial tooth root set into your jawbone to retain a bridge or a prosthetic tooth.

Most people use the term "dental implants" to mean the combination of the artificial tooth root and the prosthetic tooth.

Dental implants could be an option for those who have missing teeth due to an injury, periodontal disease, or another reason and do not want to wear dentures.

Types of Dental Implants


There are two main types of dental implants, known as endosteal or subperiosteal dental implants.

Endosteal Implants


Endosteal implants are also known as in-the-bone dental implants. This is the most common type of dental implant.

Its variety of forms include blades, cylinders, or screws surgically placed into the jawbone.

Each dental implant holds one or more prosthetic teeth. This dental implant is considered an excellent alternative for patients with bridges or removable dentures.

Subperiosteal Implants


Subperiosteal is also known as on-the-bone dental implants.

This type of dental implant is placed on top of the jaw with a metal framework and posts that protrude through the gum and hold the dental implant in place.

Subperiosteal dental implants are generally used for patients who don't have the adequate bone height to hold an endosteal dental implant or cannot wear conventional dentures for some reason.

Are You a Candidate for Dental Implants?


Are you looking to get missing teeth fixed or a tooth replacement of broken ones? Looking to improve your dental health and confidence?

You may be an ideal candidate for a dental implant if you have healthy gum tissues that do not have any type of periodontal disease, your overall and your oral health are good, and you have a good amount of healthy jawbone that can support the implant itself.

Dental implants are closely connected to the soft tissues such as gums and the underlying hard tissues such as bone in the mouth.

Periodontists have three years of specialized training beyond dental school making them the experts on soft and hard tissues. Our specialists have the ideal combination of knowledge and experience to ensure you get a dental implant solution that feels and looks like your own set of natural teeth.

Come and talk to our team today to see how we can help improve your dental health.

Types of Dental Implant Procedures


There are many different types of dental implant procedures. This depends on the type of implant chosen and your specific condition, among other factors.

You and your periodontist will work together to create a treatment plan tailored to meet your needs and budget.

Single Tooth Dental Implants


Single tooth dental implants are ideal if you are missing just one tooth, as just one dental implant can replace it bringing your smile back.

Multiple Tooth Dental Implants


Multiple tooth dental implants are ideal if you are missing several teeth. They can all be replaced using a variety of dental implants.

Full Mouth Dental Implants


All on 4 dental implants are an excellent choice for replacing all of your teeth. Implant-supported dentures are also an option for some patients.

Sinus Lift


You may need a sinus augmentation. The procedure is paramount to the success you get from your implants, because it boosts the quantity and the quality of any bone where we need to place that implant.

The back portion of the upper jaw is almost always the safest, yet most challenging part of the mouth to successfully put dental implants due to having too little high-quality bone in the area since it is so close to the sinus.

We use this procedure to help correct those problems since they lift up the floor of the sinus, allowing for increased bone development. Once there is more high-quality bone, we can help place the implants.

Ridge Augmentation


You may also need a ridge modification.

Deformities in the upper or lower jaw can leave you lacking bone to place dental implants. To correct the problem, the gum is lifted away from the ridge to expose the void where the bone is missing.

Then, the opening is filled with bone substitutes to build up the ridge. Ridge modification has improved the jaw's appearance and increased the chances of successful implants.

Dental Implant Procedure Follow-Up


After you have received your dental implant, our office will work with you and your general dentist closely to develop the best care and recovery plan for you.

We will set up follow-up visits to our office regularly, allowing us to keep track of how well the tissues are healing, plus to monitor each implant to ensure its success.

We want to stress that during this healing phase, you need to be careful about what you eat. Anything that may push the implant out of alignment could cause an implant failure or lead to an infection.

If you notice any swelling that comes on after the early stages of healing, you should call our office so we can take a look and make sure there are no signs of infection.

Just like your natural teeth, dental implants will require complete at-home oral care coupled with regular dental visits to prevent peri-implant disease and preserve function.

Additionally, flossing and brushing still remain necessary to keep your dental implant clean and plaque free.

Better Dental Health


A healthy mouth and great dental health is a good sign that everything else is going well. In fact, in recent years doctors have found links between good dental health and other conditions such as heart disease, stroke, and many more. Taking care of your mouth is a great first step to taking good overall care of your body, mind, and spirit.

Schedule a Dental Implants Consultation in South Ogden Today!


If you are ready to get your confidence back and smile more, then dental implants might be the right solution for you. Reach out to us at (385) 888-7414 to book an appointment today where we can assess your needs, answer any questions, and present you the best options that fit your needs and budget. Here at Skyline Implants & Periodontics we take pride in providing some of the best dental implants in the entire industry.
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