Dental Implants - St. Johns, MI
The Permanent Solution to Missing Teeth
Recapture Youth and Function
Dental implants are considered the gold standard to replace missing teeth as they mimic both function and appearance. Implants are a long-term solution and typically last patients for the rest of their lives with proper oral care. We can replace individual teeth, multiple teeth and even full arches of missing teeth with this effective replacement option. Dental implants offer patients many benefits to both their health and quality of life. Your new teeth will be just as strong and stable as natural teeth and give you the confidence to go about your daily routines without any anxiety, discomfort, or embarrassment. We ensure the success of your implants through skilled placement with proven techniques and technology, using advanced Hahn™ tapered dental implants, and zirconia and other high-quality materials for our restorations. Clinically trained in both the surgical and restorative aspects of implant care, our St. Johns, MI team is equipped to provide comprehensive implant dentistry conveniently in our state-of-the-art office. If you are missing one or more teeth, schedule your complimentary consultation and CT with our implant dentist, Dr. Mark Connelly, today!
Helping Patients Achieve Optimal Oral Health
We believe that everyone deserves a healthy, beautiful smile and will do everything we can to help you recapture youth and function—and a better quality of life—with dental implants. Having lost a tooth now replaced with a dental implant, Dr. Connelly knows first-hand the amazing benefits dental implants offer patients. Since placing his first implant a decade ago, he has helped countless patients—including his sister—achieve optimal oral health through comprehensive implant care.
Our process begins with an in-depth examination and consultation of your oral health and smile goals. We then perform a 3D CT scan, which gives us detailed images of your jaw bone volume and location of tooth roots and nerves. Guided by technology and expertise, we place the dental implant(s) into your jaw (often the same day we extract a tooth, if this is necessary), where it will integrate with the bone over time and become stable, just like a tooth root. When this has occurred, we will attach your new tooth—a custom restoration made to look and feel natural—letting you enjoy improved function and aesthetics once again!