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Dental ImplantsReplace missing teeth with implant-supported bridges, single-tooth implants, all-on-4, and so much more.
Jaffe Dental Group

Supportive Dental Implants in Brownstown Charter Twp., MI

When you suddenly lose a tooth (or multiple teeth), whether it be from an accident or decay, the surrounding teeth can often shift into the open space. This causes misalignment, discomfort, and difficulty chewing and talking. At Jaffe Dental Group, we offer a fixed solution with a variety of dental implants, including mini implants, single-tooth implants, implant-supported bridges, and so much more.

The implants themselves are artificial tooth roots anchored into the gum or jawbone, on which replacement teeth are permanently secured. The teeth attached to the implants look incredibly natural, so you don’t have to worry about an implant standing out from the rest. Additionally, each of our dental implant options lasts for many years, only needing to be tightened or replaced on occasion based on normal wear and tear. 

If you’re ready to finally fill in the gaps and smile with confidence once again, contact Jaffe Dental Group at (734) 974-4111 today to get started.

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The Benefits of Dental Implants

For those looking to improve their smile and replace missing teeth, dental implants are the ideal solution. Offered in a variety of options to choose from, dental implants provide excellent support, stability, and many other benefits for patients of all ages.

  • Restores your ability to chew
  • Prevents jaw bone from shrinking
  • Preserves the health of the surrounding teeth and gums
  • Restores your ability to chew
  • Prevents jaw bone from shrinking
  • Preserves the health of the surrounding teeth and gums

Our Dental Implant Options

Mini Dental Implants

This cost-effective mini dental implant procedure is ideal for patients who’ve been told they aren’t candidates for traditional implants. Often performed in a single visit, mini dental implants secure your dentures in place, leaving you with a more stable solution.

Implant-Supported Bridges

Implant-supported bridges are a reliable solution for replacing missing teeth. Using dental implants instead of traditional crowns, dental bridges are positioned into your jaw, forming a solid anchor as the bone and metal implants fuse together over time. Your bridge is created to match the color, shape, and size of your surrounding teeth, giving you a natural smile.

Single Tooth Implant

Living with a missing tooth can diminish your confidence and hinder your ability to properly speak and chew your food. But with single-tooth implants, you can avoid a conventional bridge, and your adjacent teeth remain preserved. Single-tooth implants are screwed into your bone so you can continue your daily activities without worrying about it becoming loose.

All-on-4 Full Arch Implant Procedure

Restore an entire row of teeth in just one appointment. With just four to six strategically placed implants, we can fully support an implant-retained denture that snaps on and off. Permanently affixed to your jaw with titanium screws, all-on-4 implants replace all of your teeth with a permanent set of natural-feeling prosthetics that function exactly like real teeth.

Same-Day Dental Implants

Save time and heal faster with same-day dental implants. With dental technology advancements, it’s now possible to have a dental implant procedure performed in a single day. The size, type, and method of your implant will vary, depending on your personal needs, and our staff will walk you through what’s needed throughout the entire process.

Frequently Asked Questions

Commonly Asked Dental Implant Questions

Anyone who suffers from missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or all their teeth is a candidate for dental implants. The professionals at Jaffe Dental Group will examine your condition and determine which one of our dental implants is right for you.

The quality of your general oral hygiene and long-term habits play a significant factor in the lifespan of your dental implants. Typically, you can expect implants to last for multiple years as long as you maintain your regularly scheduled dentist appointments and follow the aftercare instructions.

There are varying ways to care for your implants based on the dental implant you have installed. A general rule for all forms of treatment include:

  • Cleaning at least twice a day with a toothbrush
  • Floss daily with implant-specific floss
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