Implant Dentistry

Learn more about dental implants in Anchorage with our free infographic.

What Are Dental Implants?

Our free download has the answer.

When you lose a tooth, your world can feel like it has been turned upside down. So what do you need?

A simple and effective solution – Dental implants in Anchorage. This modern restoration treatment has proven successful for 98% of patients. Our free infographic provides more details about:

  • The anatomy of a dental implant

  • The benefits of implants

  • The success rate of dental implants

Download your copy and find out if you are a candidate for dental implants.

How Do Dental Implants Work?

Here is a brief overview of the implant process.

Evaluation

You will meet with your implant expert Dr. Maloney. He will explain the procedure, conduct a full mouth exam, and identity if you are a candidate for dental implants.

Placement

Our partner oral surgeon places a small titanium post in the area of the missing tooth to ensure a strong, viable foundation. That foundation will support oral function as well as prevent bone loss that occurs after tooth loss.

Restoration

Once the implant has fused to your jawbone, a custom-made crown is created at our partner dental lab and then placed on top of the implant by Dr. Maloney.

‘‘I'm confident that with their professional care, I'll be keeping my pearly white teeth healthy so that my smile will stay big & bright till I'm over 110 years old! Also, time with Murphy is something I look forward to because it brightens my day even more!’’

Miriam B. (Fireweed Patient)

Lost Multiple Teeth?

We have a service for that! It is called Implant-retained Dentures.

Dental Implants In Anchorage - Image of a happy couple who have dentures

Why Do You Need Dentures?

If you lost multiple teeth due to decay and want to restore your smile, our removable dentures and implant-retained dentures can help.

What Are Implant-retained Dentures?

Implant-retained dentures are held in place by tiny titanium implants, which are inserted into your jawbone (like dental implants). Offering a more secure fit compared to traditional dentures, implant-retained dentures are best suited for individuals with the adequate bone structure to support the implants.

Implant-retained dentures can be removed and cared for just like regular dentures. Many patients prefer implant-retained dentures due to their extra secure fit and the increased confidence they offer when speaking and eating.

Our partner oral surgeon is able to place implant-retained dentures so they feel comfortable and look great! Dr. Maloney is able to restore these implants after they are placed.