Trust Montgomery Dental Care for quality implant dentistry
Dental implants have fast overtaken dental bridges as the best way to replace a missing tooth or teeth. At Montgomery Dental Care, Dr. Montgomery and his team have worked together for over 20 years perfecting implant dentistry. We never take shortcuts or use outdated and weak mini dental implants for our patients. Instead, we work with the top specialists in the Twin Cities to provide state-of-the-art implant dentistry using the latest techniques and titanium implants. We’ll coordinate all your implants needs for you to ensure you have a beautiful and natural-looking smile when you leave.
We believe that titanium is the best dental implant material on the market today because it is biocompatible. Titanium is widely accepted as a safe metal to use in implantation. This means it is best and closely matched material to that of your natural teeth. It can also fuse with the human bone. This process is a system allowing for a customizable implant that solves low bone deficiencies. In the rare case that it is needed, most often it is a simple process to fix a loose dental implant.
Regular dental checkups after your implant surgery look for any frictional wear and ensure the long-term health of your implant.
Digital x-rays have advanced and revolutionized modern dental implant technology and placement. Computerized Tomography or CT scans make it quick and easy to expose x-rays during surgery to ensure proper implant placement. They let us see in-depth imaging that offers dental implant specialists far better detail than traditional dental x-rays. You may read up on the the advantages and possible disadvantages of oral implants.
Montgomery Dental Care is pleased to offer the latest in this dental technology. We are here to answer all of your questions in advance of any procedure. View our dental implants gallery to see our patients’ amazing results.
Osseointegration is the process when new bone growth occurs on the implant surface and the implant exhibits functional stability. It is the direct structural and functional connection between the living bone that holds your teeth and the surface of the implant custom made to fit in your tooth. Both the science and materials now available for tooth implant techniques have vastly improved.
The word osseointegration is derived from the Latin osseus, meaning “bony”, and integrare, meaning “to make whole”. The origin of the word does a good job of explaining its meaning.
Correct dental form and function is core to the success of every dental implant. Montgomery Dental Care has many years of experience working even with more challenging cases. Whether your implant is needed in the maxillary anterior region, normal to high lip-line, thin biotype, for a scalloped gingival contour in a full mouth rehabilitation, we can manage your dental implant treatment.
We explain how our dental implant patients benefit from advanced CBCT technology in our Woodbury, MN office. We’re exciting to offer the best implant services possible today.
Dr. Marc Montgomery, DDS
Dr. Montgomery and his entire staff are professional and caring in all aspects of their work. I would recommend that anyone considering restorative or cosmetic dentistry make them their first choice.