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Dental implants are highly regarded as the preferred method for replacing failing or missing teeth, and for good reason. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement method that integrates with the jaw bone, providing unparalleled support and biting stability over any other replacement option.

Dental implants consist of a biocompatible screw replacing the tooth root, a highly esthetic restoration mimicking a natural tooth, and an abutment that connects the pieces together. Because of their unique structure, dental implants closely resemble real teeth, and offer health and quality-of-life benefits after tooth loss, including:

  • Permanent tooth replacement with proper care

  • Natural feel, function and appearance

  • Most closely mimic real tooth structure

  • Preserve jaw bone health

  • Stable, secure bite

  • Eat and enjoy favorite foods

  • Increased self-confidence

  • Last a lifetime

Implants at Northeast Dental Partners

Dr. Michael Cabral provides start to finish implant care. Everything from the implant placement to the final crown is all planned out digitally ahead of time.  3D images are captured of your implant treatment area.  State-of-the-art implant planning software and a 3D printed surgical guide are used to execute the placement of the implant with precision, meeting the exact depth and angle ideal for lasting results. 

Candidates for dental implants

Ideal candidates for implants are those with adequate bone volume and who are in good health.  When a tooth is lost, bone is eventually lost in that area as well.  A bone graft and/or sinus lift may be recommended prior to implant placement.


Loose or poor fitting dentures can become more retentive and stable with the placement of implants. This is possible for both upper and lower dentures. New dentures can be made or existing dentures can be converted to fit the implants.

Implant Consultation

Dr. Cabral is offering complimentary dental implant consultations. If you are missing one or more teeth, are uncomfortable in a loose denture or partial, or have a tooth that is non-restorable you might be a candidate for implants. 

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