At your free dental implant exam with Dream Dentistry & Sleep Care, we will determine if mini dental implants are a good choice for you. Mini dental implants require less bone to hold them in place, and the procedure to place them is less invasive.

Maybe you have looked into dental implants in the past but were disappointed to learn you had too much bone loss to support them or did not want to undergo a bone graft procedure to bolster your jaw.

Well, it is time to take a second look. Before you settle on removable dentures, call our office to schedule your complimentary consultation today!


 

What Is a Mini Dental Implant?

Mini dental implants can replace your missing teeth at about half the size of a traditional dental implant. Their small size requires less bone to anchor them into place. Just like traditional dental implants, mini implants are made of titanium that is capable of fusing with your jawbone for a secure hold.

Why Should I Choose Mini Dental Implants Over Dentures?

At one point, if you could not replace your missing teeth with dental implants, you had to turn to dentures. Now, mini dental implants are an excellent alternative to dentures. Not only do they require less bone than conventional implants, but they also will not increase your rate of bone loss like traditional dentures do.

How Do I Care for Mini Dental Implants?

Much like traditional dental implants, you will care for your mini dental implants the same way you would care for your natural teeth. You will brush your new teeth twice a day, floss once a day, and see us twice a year for your routine dental exams and dental cleanings.

With proper care, your dental implants will keep your smile in pristine condition as you age. Call us at 215-538-1109 to learn more about mini dental implants in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, and schedule an appointment with our dentists, Dr. Gordon Roeder or Dr. Zachary Kulp. Try out our new online form!

Dr. Roeder is a graduate of Temple University and did a general practice residency at Sacred Heart Hospital. In addition to his education, he also took the anesthesiology training program at the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine.