From the moment our patients step into the office they will be welcomed by our patient concierge at the reception desk. They will be greeted and offered a beverage of their choice to help make them feel at ease. From the personal scent that has been customized and made exclusively for our office to the first one-on-one meet and greet session with our doctors, patients will be welcomed to our state of the art facility with open arms and open minds. We will try our best to make them feel at ease and get to know them on a much more personal level and find out what’s unique about them and their personal dental needs, wishes, or fears.

We will guide and walk them through the best possible treatment options and offer them support by providing photographic images and extensive records which will help them in their decision-making process. All of our patients will be treated like family as we pride ourselves in being a relationship-based office, and they will never be treated like just another number that we log into our digital record keeping system.

Understand Implants

Bone loss ages your face


prevent premature aging

Why choose dental implants?

Crowns, bridges and dentures address the short-term cosmetic problem of missing teeth but do nothing to stop bone loss. Crown & bridge dentistry requires grinding down healthy teeth leaving them at much greater risk for cavities and tooth failure. Bridges do not stop bone loss. Dentures become uncomfortable and unstable over time as the jawbone shrinks causing eating and speech problems.

With dental implants, healthy teeth are not compromised. Dental implants, like natural teeth, stimulate the jaw and stop bone loss. Leading dental organizations recognize dental implants as the standard of care for tooth replacement.





new standard of care for tooth replacement

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are the new standard of care for tooth replacement. They bond with healthy bone and provide permanent support for dental crowns and dentures. Dental implants look and feel like natural teeth and can last a lifetime.


Untreated Missing Tooth

  • Unattractive smile
  • Loss of chewing ability
  • Accelerated bone loss

Traditional Crown & Bridge

  • Grinds down healthy teeth
  • Bone loss continues
  • Greater risk for cavities and tooth failure

Dental Implant with a Crown

  • Full chewing ability
  • Preserve healthy teeth
  • Prevent bone loss
  • Can be done in one day

Advancements in Implant Dentistry


BioHorizons uses science and innovation to create unique dental implant products with proven esthetic results. Our implants are lightweight, durable, biocompatible and made from titanium, the most widely used material in implant dentistry. Our dental implants carry a lifetime warranty and are clinically-proven by some of the most thorough and in-depth research in the industry.

the Laser-Lok® advantage

BioHorizons implants are treated with our proprietary Laser-Lok technology. This helps your smile remain beautiful over time. Ask your dentist for more information about restoring and maintaining your natural smile with individual dental implants or implant-supported dentures from BioHorizons.

Treatment Options

Single Tooth Replacement

A missing tooth can be replaced by a dental implant without altering the healthy adjacent teeth. Once the implant is placed, a post (or abutment) is attached providing support for your final crown.

dental implants
stop bone loss

healthy teeth are not damaged

Multiple Teeth Replacement

If you are missing more than one tooth, dental implants may be your best treatment option. Multiple implants are placed with individual crowns or a multiple unit bridge to rejuvenate your smile.

maintain your
jawbone and gums

be proud of your smile

Fixed Implant Supported Bridge

If all your upper or lower teeth are missing, a custom-made denture may be permanently secured using implants. The number of implants will vary for each patient. Your new teeth are firmly supported by the implants, stimulating the jaw and halting bone loss. Your dentist can remove the denture when needed for maintenance and cleaning.

implant-supported dentures are stable and secure

Removable Implant Stabilized Denture

If all your lower teeth are missing, another option may be to stabilize your removable denture using a small number of implants. This can sometimes be a lower cost treatment. After healing, abutment posts
are attached to the implants. Your denture is snapped into place and can be removed daily for cleaning.

a lower cost treatment

your current denture
can sometimes be used

What To Expect

What To Expect

Treatment Planning

Your dentist will take x-rays and create a model of your existing teeth to determine the optimal implant position. Occasionally, a bone or gum tissue graft will be necessary
to create adequate space for the implants.

Implant Placement

Dental implants are placed into the bone in a relatively painfree procedure. The bone and gums will be given time to heal before an abutment and crown are attached. In most
cases, you can receive some type of temporary teeth the same day the implant is placed.

Crown Placement

Your final crown will be placed once the implant has bonded, restoring your natural smile.


Are you a Candidate

Dental implants can be placed in most adults. Adolescents may be eligible once their facial structure has matured. Certain uncontrolled medical conditions may decrease implant treatment effectiveness, so first discuss your full medical history with your dental implant specialist. Patient results may vary. Only a trained clinician can determine the best treatment plan. Please ask your dentist to explain the benefits and risks to see if dental implants are right for you.

renew your confidence with dental implants

Implant & Insurance

The value of dental implants far exceeds conventional treatment options. Insurance policies vary but most cover a portion of the restorative procedure. Financing options
are often available with competitive interest rates, and payments can be tailored to your budget. Contact your dentist or dental implant specialist for more information about BioHorizons implants.


What are dental implants?

Dental implants are the standard of care for tooth replacement. They are bonded with the bone to provide permanent support for crowns and dentures.

What will happen without treatment?

Your jawbone begins to shrink from lack of stimulation. Losing your teeth will affect your smile and change the shape of your face, causing you to look prematurely aged.

Who is a candidate?

Dental implants can be placed in most adults. Adolescents may be eligible once their face structure has matured. Please ask your dental implant specialist to explain the benefits and risks to see if dental implants are right for you.

Is implant placement painful?

No, dental implants are typically placed under local anesthesia. Most treatments can be completed in your clinician’s office.

How soon may I return to work after treatment?

You may return to work the next day unless otherwise instructed by your clinician. You may be prescribed medication to alleviate any minor discomfort you may have.

How long does it take to place dental implants?

They may be placed in as little as 30 to 60 minutes depending on the location and the number of implants placed.

What if there is not enough bone or gum tissue for the dental implant?

A graft may be needed if your clinician determines there is not sufficient bone or gum tissue.

When will I receive my new teeth?

Treatment time varies by patient. Typically, you will have some type of temporary teeth until your implants bond to the bone. Your clinician can provide a time estimate based on your treatment needs.

How do I care for my implants?

Home care for your implants consists of brushing and flossing. Regular dental visits are required for long-term health and success.

How long can implants last?

Implants can last many years if cared for properly. Many implants have been in place for more than 40 years.

What is the success rate of dental implants?

BioHorizons dental implants have an extremely high average success rate (99.2%).1

How does the long-term value of implants compare to other treatment options?

Dental implants are low maintenance and provide stability and confidence in your smile. Therefore, the long-term value of dental implants far exceeds conventional treatment options.

Are dental implants covered by insurance?

Insurance policies vary but most cover a portion of the restorative procedure. Financing options are often available with competitive interest rates, and payments can be tailored to your budget.