Dental implants are small cylinders made of titanium, which are embedded in the dental bone to replace missing teeth. They can be used to replace a single tooth or multiple teeth. When all of the teeth in one jaw are missing, implants are usually used to help retain a complete denture, although implants can be used to replace all of the missing teeth with “permanent teeth.”
To place the implants in the bone, Dr. Grumbach refers his patients to periodontists and oral surgeons with whom he has been working for many years. He then restores these implants with porcelain crowns, fixed bridges and complete or partial dentures.
Over the past 25 years Dr. Grumbach’s success rate with implants is over 98%.
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