Richardson Dental Implants Dentist
If you have missing teeth, dental implants are an answered prayer. Instead of relying on a removable prosthesis or wearing down healthy teeth to support a fixed restoration, implants replace your tooth starting with a biocompatible prosthetic root.
Each implant anchors firmly into your jaw, just like a real tooth. As new bone forms around it, your restoration becomes stronger than even the healthiest teeth. Whether you are replacing a single tooth or all of them, implants are now considered the highest standard of care for full mouth rehabilitation.
Why Choose Us
Dr. Tiner has the experience in the field of dental implantology. Furthermore, he studies with experts all over the country in an effort to further build his extensive knowledge. He is a member of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, the Dental Implant Association, and has his Mastership with the International Dental Implant Association.
We perform the entire process here in our office, without having to refer you out for the placement of the actual implant. We streamline this process with a provider that you can trust.
Our facility boasts an on-site 3D cone beam CT scanner. This enhances the placement process while ensuring optimal success for each patient. These 3D images allow Dr. Tiner to pinpoint the precise placement of the implant root while minimizing the need for extra surgeries such as grafts or sinus lifts. In fact, cone beam imaging means more people are candidates for implant therapy than those done using only 2-dimensional x-rays.
Replace All of Your Teeth for Life
With convenient CEREC single-visit crowns, your new tooth can be custom designed. Using advanced technology, creating a durable single tooth restoration is possible. While you comfortably relax in the dental chair, a 3D “virtual impression” is taken of your implant abutment. Furthermore, the crown is custom to fit your smile perfectly.
Using an in-house CEREC milling machine, we create the tooth right here in our office while you wait. Once it’s ready, its placement is directly over your dental implant. The result is a durable, prosthetic tooth that blends seamlessly into your smile!