Struggling with missing teeth or afraid of losing what you have Or would you like to be able to eat and enjoy the foods that you use to eat or simply to get back that smile you lost years ago ?
Complete Implant Package- $1995 ($4000 Value) For Dental Implant, Abutment, & Crown!
Replace a single tooth or multiple teeth.
Why Trim Down Your Natural Teeth and place a Bridge When You Can Place a Implant That Can Last a Lifetime
Why Trim Down Your Natural Teeth When You Can Place a Permanent Implant That Can Last a Lifetime
A better longer lasting option is to place one implant and so you can chew again without damaging your other teeth.

Single tooth replacement, implant supported dentures and a fully fixed dentition is available. Due to the complexities associated with mouths that have gone many years without teeth, fees associated with full teeth replacement and its options will be at the time of your consultation with Dr. Chong. 

Let's meet! -Dr. Lawrence Chong

Let's talk about your teeth and go over some choices. At the end of the meet I hope to make you feel sure that this is the right treatment for you. All options will be discussed 
Encinitas, CA. (760) 436-9691
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23 Great Northern Road, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
We look forward to you giving us a call
never fear losing a tooth, not being able to eat, and being uncomfortable when you want to SMILE!
Your Dental Implant Consultation
Come meet with me to select where you want your tooth, the color you want, and the shape you desire. If you currently need a tooth out, then we can discuss that too.

What is an Implant?
See the natural tooth on the left vs. the dental implant on the right. Implants are the most similar to natural teeth. They have a titanium root, an upper connector called an abutment, and the visible white portion called a crown.

Is there any Pain?
A dental implant is placed in the jaw bone which does not have any pain nerves. As a result this  makes it so implants have very minimal pain and easier recovery than most other dental procedures.

    1. What if anything would you like to change about your teeth or smile?
    2. Based on a scale of one to 10, with 10 being the highest, how would you rate your current dental health? How do you feel about this?
    3. Have you lost teeth, or do you have teeth that appear to be loosening?
    4. How comfortable do you find your denture or removable partial? How do you manage this inconvenience?
    5. How has the loss of teeth affected your appearance, food choices, personal life, self-confidence, enjoyment of food, or oral health?
    6. Given the opportunity, what would you improve about your speech, appearance, comfort in chewing, or taste?
    7. Tell me how your current denture is functioning for you. Is this acceptable? If you could change it for the better, would you be interested in learning about how this could be done?
    8. As your doctor, my approach is to be conservative and look at treatment options with the greatest longevity and that are among the best statistically. How does this sound to you?