Dental Implants

Graphic showing some of the equipment for comprehensive dental implant placement and restoration

Very few dentists provide comprehensive dental implant placement and restoration in their office. At Vanguard Dental Solutions, our experienced dental team offers start to finish dental implant services right here in our private Alexandria practice.

Dental implants are prosthetic tooth roots that are placed into the bone – their strength and stability allow them to support anything from a porcelain dental crown to a dental bridge or even a full mouth denture.

Why Choose Dental Implants?

Unlike other types of tooth replacements, dental implants:

  • Are stand-alone tooth replacement options
  • Can replace as few or as many teeth as you like
  • Strengthen natural bone quality and quantity
  • Last an entire lifetime
  • Are the closest thing to natural teeth

Single Dental Implants

If you are missing an individual tooth, dental implants allow you to replace it without interfering with the integrity of your surrounding teeth. A single titanium implant root is placed into the location of the missing tooth, and is then topped with a porcelain crown. Your new tooth will look and function like a natural tooth – plus, it is very easy to maintain!

Replacing Multiple Teeth with Dental Implants

If several teeth need to be replaced, implants offer a great alternative to wearing a removable partial denture or having several bridges installed. The fixed implant bridges or denture will provide you with a stable and permanent prosthesis that feels more natural and is more comfortable to wear.

Graphic explaining placement of dental implantsAt Vanguard Dental Solutions, your entire implant procedure is completed in-house with Dr. Rahman or Dr. Stasiewicz. There’s no need to travel all over town or between specialists offices where you will spend more money on surgical procedures. To find out whether or not dental implants are an option for you – call our Alexandria dental office today.

Do you suffer from severe tooth decay? Does food often get stuck deep in your teeth? You may need our minimally invasive composite filling service.