Restore Your Smile With Strong Dental Implants

While traditional bridges can effectively replace missing teeth, dental implants have become the preferred solution for both dentists and patients. Whether it’s replacing a single tooth or several, your implant-crown or bridge combination offers:

  • Natural Look and Function – Implant-supported crowns and bridges mimic the appearance and function of natural teeth. You can eat, speak, and smile with confidence.
  • Better Jawbone Health – Dental implants stimulate your jawbone. You’ll avoid the bone loss that often occurs when traditional bridges are used to replace teeth.
  • Long-Lasting Results – With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime, making them a cost-effective investment in your oral health.

Whether you’re looking to restore a single missing tooth or many teeth, your dentist will work closely with you to develop a personalized plan that exceeds your expectations. Dr. Rohlf offers a range of implant-based solutions to restore your smile:

  • Single Implant-Supported Crown – Replace a single missing tooth with a natural-looking, fully functional implant and custom-crafted crown. With a traditional bridge, your dentist must remove structure from nearby healthy teeth. There’s no need to do so with an implant crown.
  • Implant-Supported Bridge – Replace multiple missing teeth in a row with a stable, bone-preserving implant bridge. It also eliminates the need to alter your healthy adjacent teeth.

Dr. Rohlf takes the time to thoroughly explain your treatment options, ensuring that you have a clear understanding of any implant procedure. Our team believes that an informed patient is an empowered patient. It’s important you feel confident in the decisions you make regarding your oral health. Plus, your dentist uses technology, such as digital X-rays and computer-guided implant equipment, to place your implants successfully.

Preparing for Your Implant Journey

In some cases, additional procedures may be necessary to ensure the success of your dental implant treatment. Dr. Rohlf will carefully assess your oral health and jawbone density to determine if you require any preparatory treatments, such as:

  • Bone Grafting – If your jawbone has deteriorated due to missing teeth or other factors, a bone graft can provide a solid foundation for your implants.
  • Tooth Extractions – If you have severely damaged or decayed teeth that cannot be saved, they may need to be extracted before placing dental implants.

Call 651-413-3013 for dental implants in Wyoming, MN. You can also request an appointment online.