Is an incomplete smile making it difficult to chew and speak clearly? Are loose dentures becoming frustrating and uncomfortable?
The skilled dentists at Norris Dental in Vancouver, BC, can improve your smile and your oral health with superior-quality dental implants.
Learn how dental implants placed by our Vancouver, BC, dentists can make your smile whole and functional again...
How Dental Implants Work
I've Lived with Missing Teeth for Years Why Should I Get Dental Implants?
When you lose teeth to injury, decay, or infection, they leave visible gaps in your smile. Dental implants can provide the ultimate support to replacement teeth, completing your smile and boosting your self-esteem.
Improves Jawbone Health
Missing teeth can cause your jaw to shrink and weaken. Your jawbone actually fuses with an implant after placement, and the stimulation provided by the implant encourages the growth of strong, healthy bone tissue.
More Youthful Appearance
Missing teeth and shrinking jawbone tissue can give your face an aged look. Implant-supported restorations can maintain your facial features so you don't look aged beyond your years.
Superior Denture Support
Traditional dentures can slip or fall out when you eat or speak. Implant-supported dentures stay put, allowing you to enjoy meals and conversations without fear of embarrassment.
Your tongue and teeth work together to produce certain sounds. Without stable teeth, your speech can become slurred, mumbled, or garbled. Implants help your restorations contribute to enunciation so you can speak clearly and confidently.
With proper brushing and flossing, implants from Norris Dental can last a lifetime, while our top-grade replacement teeth can last for more than a decade.
It's Time to Smile Again Schedule Your Dental Implant Consultation Today
Why live with gaps in your smile and the accompanying oral health problems? Start smiling again with dental implants placed by the dental professionals at Norris Dental.
Our dentists use state-of-the-art digital technology and oral surgery techniques to safely place your dental implants with little to no discomfort.
Experience the personalized, world-class dental care that Norris Dental's Vancouver, BC, patients have experienced since 1979. Contact us today online or by phone to learn how implants can improve your smile and your quality of life.
Our Smiling Patients Give Our Practice 5-Stars "Gives great, honest advice based on sound science."
As a new patient I was nervous. Going to the dentist can be a harrowing experience for me as someone with anxiety, but Dr Norris was so gentle and patient and welcoming it wasn't just not so bad, but a truly PLEASANT experience! His expertise is obvious and he'll walk you through his thinking, empowering you as a client. I'm never going anywhere else.View On Google
I have been going to Dr Norris for decades. When I lived away I began to appreciate what a superb professional Dr Norris is. Unassuming. Gives great, honest advice based on sound science. He teaches at UBC dentistry. He is fact based. He lays out proven options. He is great. I would recommend him to everyone...Go see Dr Norris.View On Google
Is Implant Surgery Safe?
All oral surgeries have some element of risk. But when you choose highly trained doctors, complications are rare. As our patient, your implant surgery will be performed under the strictest sanitary conditions in our sterilized procedure rooms. Every precaution will be taken to ensure that your implants will be placed precisely, effectively, and safely.
If You Are Missing Natural Teeth You're Not Alone
Many Canadians suffer from missing natural teeth. In fact, the Canadian Dental Association reports:
It's never too late to do something about a missing tooth or several missing teeth. If you live in the Vancouver, BC, area, contact Norris Dental today for a consultation. Our highly trained cosmetic dentists will treat you with respect, compassion, and personalized care while restoring your smile and oral functions with dental implants.
The Implant Procedure Timeline
After your surgeries, you may experience mild swelling, soreness, and residual bleeding. These should all subside fairly quickly. Ice packs, prescribed pain meds, and sticking to soft foods during healing periods can help reduce discomfort. Questions? Contact us anytime.
More High Praise for Norris Dental "Love the service I receive every time I go..."
I've been going to Dr. Norris for more years than I can remember - even after I moved out of town! Love the service I receive every time I go and will never go anywhere else! Thank you Dr. Norris and team!View On Google
After my Dentist of 13 years retired I was referred to Dr. Norris through a friend. The initial exam with Dr. Norris was the most comprehensive dental exam I have ever had...The other staff at his office are equally pleasant and professional. The hour and a half drive into his office is well worth the trip!View On Google