Are you missing teeth? Dental implants in Omaha are a replacement option that is closest to your natural teeth. From a single tooth replacement to an entire arch, Freyer Dental has everything you need to complete your smile with dental implants in Omaha.
Dr. Freyer can place and restore your dental implants, meaning you get a full, complete smile in the office you love by the dentist you trust. When you’re missing teeth, your oral health suffers, as your remaining teeth may shift to compensate for the added stress caused by the missing teeth. A dental implant is surgically placed into your jawbone, where it will mimic the root of a natural tooth, stimulating the bone and preventing atrophy and deterioration. After your new implant heals, Dr. Freyer will create a stunning dental implant crown to restore your smile. Crafted from the finest quality ceramic, these dental implant crowns look like natural teeth and blend with your smile perfectly. We have dental implant services to suit all our Omaha patients. Let Freyer Dental help you get a beautiful, complete smile with our implant dentistry.
At Freyer Dental, we offer implant-retained dentures to patients who want a secure, comfortable replacement option for a full arch of teeth. Like traditional dentures, implant-retained dentures are fully removable prosthetics that are held in place using as little as four dental implants. These dentures look natural, and because they fit better, they are often more comfortable for the wearer. With implant-retained dentures, there’s no need for sticky adhesives, and you never have to worry about embarrassing slips when you eat or talk. We can craft a custom new set of dentures just for you, or we may be able to convert your existing set to implant-retained dentures. Ask us how to get a secure, comfortable fit!
Dental implants are placed directly into the jawbone, which means for them to be successful, you must have enough healthy bone tissue to support the implant. Prior to having your dental implant placed, Dr. Freyer will evaluate your bone and determine if your jaw is healthy enough for a dental implant. A bone grafting procedure, in which we extract donor bone or use a revolutionary grafting material, can help strengthen the jawbone, making you a candidate for dental implants. The process can take a few months, as you wait for the graft to process, stimulating the jawbone and raising the bone density. If you don’t have enough healthy bone to support an implant procedure, ask us if a bone grafting procedure can help.