The single tooth implant replaces the missing
tooth’s roots. A single tooth implant is a stand-
alone unit and not involve treating the
teeth next to
• You may not like how the gap looks
when you smile.
• Missing teeth may affect how you
• A missing back (molar) tooth can make
it harder to chew.
• When a tooth is lost and not replaced,
the teeth around it can shift. Shifting
teeth can affect how you bite and chew.
• Bone loss can happen around the
missing tooth. This may cause the
remaining teeth to become loose
• Loss of teeth and bone can make your
face sag. You may look older.
The implant-supported bridge replaces the lost
natural teeth and some of the tooth roots when
more than one tooth is missing. Unlike traditional
bridges, an implant-supported bridge not
need support from the teeth next to
A bridge is placed on implants
After the bridge is placed
BEST SELLER REVISED
Dental Implants: Are
They an Option for You?
Cover all of the most common implant scenarios and help
your patients make a well-informed decision on tooth
replacement with one brochure! This resource has been
expanded to emphasize the benefits and value of implants
as a restorative option. Shows illustrations of single tooth
implant, as well as implant-supported bridges and dentures.
Lays out the major steps of implant placement, healing and
prosthesis placement in a manner suited to both conventional
and immediate-load implants.
English, 12-page brochure, 50 per pack
#DAB023 See page 51
When you show patients the effects of
missing teeth, they clearly understand
why teeth should be replaced.
Implants are not invincible!
Just like your natural teeth, implants can last for many years if you
take good care of them every day. But, you can still experience
problems with implants if they are not properly maintained.
This may lead to implant infection and inflammation — known as
peri-implantitis. This can cause your implant to become loose or
shift because the bacteria and soft tissue is preventing your jaw
bone from growing around the abutment.
If the infection is not treated, it could spread to other parts of your
mouth and your implant may need to be removed and/or replaced.
Peri-implantitis photos courtesy of Dr. H. Ryan Kazemi.
Peri-Implantitis (the inflammation and bone
loss around implants of soft tissue around
Bone Loss and Gum Recession Peri-Implantitis
Bone and gum recession with implant exposure.
ADA Flip Guide to Dental Implants
This versatile visual aid clearly illustrates the benefits of implant treatment. Now includes
section on peri-implantitis. Shows single implants, implant-supported bridges, and
implant-supported dentures. Includes illustrations of implant placement and before-and-
after photos. Also explains the process of building up bone to support an implant, as well
as post-treatment care for implants.
Your Single Tooth Implant
Reinforce the message that nothing comes
closer to replacing a natural tooth than a
dental implant. This brochure reviews the
reasons to replace a missing tooth and
illustrates the structure of a single implant.
Describes the benefits of implants and
reviews who is a good candidate.
6 panels, 50 per pack
#DAB077 See page 51
Pricing for Brochures
PACKS MEMBER RETAIL
1 $28.00 $42.00
2-9 $23.80 $35.70
10+ $21.00 $31.50
Pricing for Dental Implants Brochure
PACKS MEMBER RETAIL
1 $35.00 $52.50
2-9 $29.75 $44.65
10+ $26.25 $39.35
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