69% of adults aged 35-44 have lost one or more of their permanent teeth.
The old solution was bulky and uncomfortable bridges or dentures. Today, we can use Dental Implants to replace a single tooth or more.
Dental Implants are strong and stable functioning like a natural tooth.
No more removing your teeth, slurring your speech or limiting your food choices.
Dental Implants have a more predictable outcome and are the treatment choice for replacing missing teeth.
The best bridges and dentures only last five to ten years. Dental Implants can easily last a lifetime.
Dr. Jones provides the latest in dental implant expertise, having graduated from the highly acclaimed, multi-year internship at Midwest Implant Institute - the largest private dental implant training institution in the United States. He is also a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the nation's leading dental implant organization.
Dental implants provide a long-term solution to replacing a single missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. We not only replace your tooth, we make sure it looks great by using a natural looking crown to cover your long-lasting titanium root.
With the highest success rate of all tooth replacement options, implants can last a lifetime with daily brushing and flossing.Schedule A Free Implant Consultation
Say goodbye to traditional x-rays. Without the pain of uncomfortable bite wings, our advanced 3D imaging system circles your jaw area to provide high definition images of your teeth, mouth and jaw. Our 3D Cone Beam system offers the most advanced and most comfortable dental imaging technology available today. Far beyond the 2D world of traditional x-rays, a high definition 3D picture of your overall oral health gives our team exactly what we need to deliver highly personalized precision solutions.
Liberty patients experience a natural healing boost after implant surgery with the advanced technology of Leukocyte Platelet Rich Fibrin therapy (L-PRF™). It’s as painless as a routine blood test and 100% natural. Using a small sample of your blood, L-PRF™ bioactive clots are formed by separating and concentrating your platelets and helpful proteins. Much like a natural “band-aid”, these powerful L-PRF™ clots are then placed on your surgery site to boost the natural healing process.
Implant retained dentures are the perfect solution for all our denture wearing patients.
Before the invention of implants, a patient who had lost all of their teeth was limited to wearing complete dentures. However, the stability and retention of those dentures was often times unpredictable. The way they fit and ability to function like natural teeth becomes less and less efficient with age.
With as few as two implants we can create a removable denture that snaps securely into place giving you amazing stability and restoring natural function.
Stronger Fit – Implants prevent slippage and hold dentures securely in place.
Less Pain – Implants eliminate painful sore spots caused by denture pressure points.
Stop Bone Loss – Implants prevent continued bone loss from denture use and help maintain your natural facial structure.
Speak Clearly – Implants secure dentures allowing you to naturally pronounce words.
If you have missing or damaged teeth, you may be looking for a solution that lasts. While dentures and bridges serve a helpful purpose in certain cases, there is a more permanent, long-term answer available at Liberty.
If you have missing or damaged teeth, you are not alone. Studies say that 69% of adults aged 35-44 have lost one or more of their permanent teeth. With many tooth replacement options available in today’s modern dental practices, the Liberty team loves the advantages provided by Dental Implants.
Every year, more than half a million people get dental implants. That’s not a surprising number considering that nearly 100 million people and two-thirds of middle-aged adults have lost at least one tooth.
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