Dental implants are the best replacement for natural teeth. They are composed of a metal implant stud and a ceramic crown that replaces the tooth in its entirety. Implants have several advantages, which is why Dr. Felahy offers the most sought-after oral restorations.
What are IBS implants?
IBS implants are revolutionary dental restorations that minimize damage to the underlying jawbone and the soft gum tissues. They are an excellent alternative to conventional dental implants as patients who do not have enough jawbone can also benefit from them. IBS implants feel quite comfortable in the mouth, and patients wouldn't have to visit the dentist often to get them examined.
What are the advantages of IBS implants?
- IBS implants offer excellent rigidity, thereby resolving any issues with the existing prostheses.
- The physiological width of the implant is similar to the natural tooth. This allows the implant to be placed in a narrow jawbone without the need for a bone graft.
- The bone heals significantly faster with the magic fin thread (grooves on the implant stud). It also ensures equal stress distribution to prevent damage to the bone structure.
Magic Motion overdenture system
IBS implants can also be used for an overdenture system. The dentures can be mounted on just two implants, which is quite impressive. The implant head is designed in such a way that it moves in all directions, similar to a human joint. This allows the dentures to be stable while the patient bites or chews food. With IBS implants supporting the denture, they last for several years together as the chewing power is not transmitted to the implants. This also reduces their maintenance.
At Sunset Oak Dental, Dr. Felahy, the best implant dentist provides the best quality IBS dental implants to the areas including Rocklin 95765, Roseville 95677, Lincoln 95765, Penryn 95663, and Loomis 95650 in California. Call our office at (916) 435-5111 to schedule your dental appointment with our implant dentist in Rocklin, CA, and get a long-lasting solution for your missing teeth.