Marion Dental Implants
Here at Bruner Dental, we’re proud to offer patients the most natural and revitalizing tooth replacement option available– dental implants. Implants are exceptional because they replicate both the crown and the root of the natural tooth restoring the patient’s oral health, eliminating discomfort, and giving them back self-confidence. Dr. Bruner, Dr. Root, Dr. Sneed, and Dr. Tinsley works with you throughout the implant process in Marion, addressing your needs ensuring complete satisfaction every step of the way.
How do dental implants work?
A dental implant is a small post made of quality titanium. During a surgical procedure, our team inserts it into the jawbone. Then, as the affected area heals, the implant creates a strong bond with your natural tissue, gradually creating a sturdy foundation for any number of replacement teeth. Dental implants are so effective because they halt and even reverse the deterioration of jawbone tissue. This helps not only the dental implant stay secure, but your other healthy teeth as well. Our doctors use implants to replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or an entire arch with an implant-retained bridge or denture.
Mini Dental Implants
If you’re not a candidate for traditional implants but want to secure a loose-fitting denture, the doctor may recommend mini dental implants, also known as MDIs. This restorative dentistry solution holds in place a new or existing denture fitted with an attachment that snaps on to fixtures atop the implant posts. MDI placement is a minimally invasive procedure that doctors complete in a single office visit. You don’t have to suffer with an ill-fitting denture. At your consultation, feel free to ask us if MDIs are right for you.
Implants offer patients valuable benefits that aren’t available with more traditional reconstructive solutions, including:
- Dental implants can be treated just like natural teeth when it comes to a diet and oral hygiene routines – no inconvenient changes required.
- Our team doesn’t have to remove healthy tooth structure to accommodate dental implants in most cases, allowing for a more conservative treatment process overall.
- With proper oral hygiene and professional maintenance, dental implants can last 20 years, 30 years, or for the rest of the patient’s life.
Are you missing one or more teeth? Contact Bruner Dental right away for the skilled attention and personalized support you need. Located in Marion, IN, our office also welcomes patients from Wabash, Jonesboro, and beyond.