Dental implants are comprised of three chief components– the fixture, the abutment, and the crown. Together, they make up what is often referred to as the dental implants system.
During the implant process, the fixture is the first piece that’s placed in your mouth. It’s placed to fit securely in your jawbone and serves as a stable support system for the crown.
Dr. Robinette can place single or multiple implants to help your restore function in your daily life, boost your self-esteem, and improve your oral health.
A full-arch tooth replacement solution is similar to a traditional bridge, however, they typically are supported by six dental implants adjacent to any natural teeth that might remain. They’re used if patients are missing several teeth in the upper or lower jaw, and blend seamlessly with your smile.
Our full-arch implant solution offers a stronger, longer-lasting treatment that helps you eat and speak without any complications or discomfort.
Instead of living with a removable prosthetic that constantly slips and slides around every day, we offer implant-supported dentures that are stabilized and secured to your jaw.
By using as few as four implants on either the lower or upper jaw, Dr. Robinette strategically places and angles each implant to ensure comfort and success. In some cases, we recommend six to eight implants per arch for additional stability.