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Restore Your Health and Confidence with Permanent New Teeth

Dental Implants: The Ideal Tooth Replacement

Temporary solutions, like removable partial dentures and tooth-supported dental bridges, are no longer the only options. If you’re missing one or more teeth, there’s a modern, simple and long-lasting solution! Dental implants in Greensburg and Monroeville, PA provide the ideal tooth replacement, permanently restoring your health and confidence with real-life teeth that look and function like the real thing.




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What You Can Expect From Dental Implants

Once placed, dental implants will look and feel just like natural healthy teeth. If you’re a candidate for implants, our surgeon will use computer-guided technology to place biocompatible, titanium implant posts into your jawbone to act as tooth roots. With a reliable foundation, full function can be restored within a matter of months, so you can eat chewy or crunchy foods with ease. A restoration in the form of a single crown or bridge completes your new, real-life smile and can be placed on the same day!

For many patients who have struggled with disease or decay of their natural teeth, dental implants offer a life changing solution through beautiful and strong artificial teeth that don’t stain, decay, or fall out if properly cared for. When a full arch is placed by our surgeon, many of our patients find dental implants provide them with a strong, comfortable, and attractive smile – something they never experienced with their natural teeth.

The Life-Changing Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are the ideal tooth replacement option for many reasons, including the health, function, and aesthetic benefits they offer. With even one replaced tooth, you can enjoy the benefits of a complete smile and improved confidence. For a full-arch replacement, the long-term benefits of dental implants are nothing short of life-changing.



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Dental implants are made from porcelain or ceramic materials, both of which are custom designed to match the color and translucency of natural teeth. Dental implant restorations—either crowns, bridges, or full-arch prosthetics—look so natural, it is virtually impossible to distinguish them alongside existing teeth.


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Dental implants are just as strong and durable as natural teeth with the added benefit that the restorations cannot become decayed or stained. Permanently secured in your jaw with biocompatible titanium posts, dental implants have the strength to withstand normal biting and chewing forces, so you don’t have to limit your diet in any way.


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Dental implants restore a complete set of teeth in your mouth that will not slip, loosen, or fall out. With the strength of natural, healthy teeth, dental implants can improve your oral and overall health by allowing you to thoroughly chew a variety of healthy foods. Permanent, beautiful new teeth improve your emotional health and confidence, too!

New Teeth from a Board-Certified Oral Surgeon

Our oral surgeon, Dr. Edward Halusic, is board-certified and has been placing dental implants for decades. As one of his specialties, he has received extensive hands-on training in the placement of dental implants and in high precision CT-guided surgery. His level of skill and expertise in dental surgical procedures qualifies him to offer many advanced services, including zygomatic implants for patients with extensive bone loss and full arch dental implants for patients with many failing or missing teeth. With additional training and board certificatfion in anesthesia, he and our team provide the ideal place to receive your dental implant treatment and offer high-quality care that permanently restores your health, function, and confidence.

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