Dental Implants in Kansas City, MO
When it comes to replacing lost teeth, bridges and dentures have long been the go-to solution for most patients.
Dental implants, which are small posts that your dentist can place within your jawbone, are designed to support a replacement crown, bridge, or denture.
By mimicking your teeth roots, implants allow you to replace lost teeth without needing clasps or adhesives to support your prosthetic.
New Teeth, Complete with Roots
Dental implants offer a wide variety of benefits, some of which are immediate. Some benefits include:
- more comfortable than dentures
- improves stability
- strengthens the jawbone
- improves your health
- reveals a full, beautiful smile
Dental Implant Procedures
Bailey Dental Care specializes in placing dental implants as well as performing supplemental procedures. These ensure that you will have the best foundation for successful implant placement.
For example, if you have a weak jawbone, Dr. Bailey may suggest jawbone grafting to strengthen it. We also perform gum grafting to ensure strong gum tissue to support your implants.
Bailey Dental Care is one of only a few area practices that use a 3D cone beam dental x-ray scanner. The cone beam scanner provides pristine, 3D images of the jaw and mouth areas needed for dental implant surgery.
As a result, our doctors are able to visualize both hard and soft tissue areas for a more thorough, comprehensive examination and better preparation, which leads to better results and fewer office visits.
Find Out if You Qualify for Dental Implants
To fully recover from tooth loss, find out if you qualify for one or more dental implants. To learn more, schedule a consultation by calling Bailey Dental Care in Kansas City, MO, today at (816) 452-9700.
Located in the Northland, our dental office also proudly serves patients who live in Liberty, Gladstone, Riverside, Parkville, Smithville, and all surrounding communities.
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