Our Services

At Implantus, we provide the greatest variety of dental treatments in order to meet every need of our patients, from basic cleanings to complex advanced dental restorations. We treat patients of all ages and work hard to ensure that your comfort is our top priority. Implantus makes sure to be on the forefront of dentistry and providing computer-planned dental implant restorations.

Our Transformative

Dental Implants
Dental implants provide a great foundation for replacing teeth to make them look, feel and function just like natural teeth. They can allow a person who has lost a tooth or multiple teeth regain the ability to eat and smile again. Dental Implants are made of titanium and they’re placed inside the bone, similarly to the missing tooth’s positioning, also helping to prevent further jaw bone loss. After the jawbone heals, a new tooth or teeth is created, called a crown to be attached to the abutment later on.
Emax Veneers
Emax Veneers are thin shells of lithium disilicate glass ceramic, bonded to the front surface of your teeth. People choose to get veneers to correct cracked, chipped, stained or misaligned teeth.
Each veneer is custom-made for each individual and they’re crafted from advanced materials that mimic the natural enamel of your teeth, by enhancing both the functionality and appearance of teeth overall.
Orthodontics – Braces
Overcrowded teeth and unneccesary gaps between them can be perfectly corrected by Orthodontics. Crooked teeth are more than just a problem of aesthetics. They can also lead to infections.
By using braces to straighten them, you can lower the risk of cavities, correct your bite, solve jaw-related pains, improve your overall oral health and perfect your smile. Now, patients have more choices than ever, whether you go for traditional braces, or invisible ones like Invisalign.
Root Canals
If you have unwanted tooth pain and need a root canal fixing, don’t be scared. When a tooth hurts, it could be because there’s something wrong with the pulp tissue within the root of the tooth. A root canal can not only get rid of the infection and the pain — but it can also save your tooth.
With the placement of an antibacterial filling and a crown, the tooth can look as good as new. The root canal procedure is completely pain free, with minimal discomfort afterwards.
Fillings and Repairs
A composite filling is used to repair a tooth affected by cracks, fractures, decay or other issues that can affect the structural part of the tooth, causing the loss of its strength. During the procedure, the decayed or affected portion of the tooth is removed and then replaced with a composite filling. These types of fillings, as opposed to older, metal fillings, are specially blended to your teeth, and can be closely matched to the color of your existing ones.
Teeth Whitening
Stains on your teeth accumulate over the years from coffee, tea, wine or berries. In addition, aging and even some types of medicine may cause discoloration. Teeth whitening works by exfoliating these type of stains from inside out to bring your teeth back to their natural color.
The laser whitening method is very effective and affordable, with results that can be seen in real time.
Crowns and Caps
When a patient’s teeth are damaged and may feel like they’re beyond repair, we can use different materials such as gold, silver metals, porcelain or zircon to make the smile appear good as new. This is an extremely reliable technique for repairing even the most severe dental problems, including the permanent replacement of missing teeth for a fuller smile and a functional bite.
Crowns and caps last up to 20 years, and it’s our goal to make them look and feel as much like your natural teeth as possible.
Inlays / Onlays
Inlays and onlays are a form of indirect restauration. They are made outside of the mouth as a single, solid piece, that fits the specific size and shape of the cavity. The restoration is then cemented in place. Today, inlays can be made of a tooth colored material such as porcelain or special dental composite.
Defective or unsightly “fillings” can be replaced by tooth-colored inlays and bonded to the tooth. This bonding process may actually improve the strength of the tooth and help seal the inlay to the tooth.
Serving as a replacement of a single tooth or a small spanning space, a dental bridge is a custom device that’s anchored to neighboring teeth, used for patients unsuitable for implants. A bridge requires placing crowns on either side of the empty space to serve as post holders for the replacement tooth.
This procedure requires for the bridges to be cemented to the natural teeth surrounding the missing tooth area, by creating a fuller smile as a result.

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