Molar Dental Implants to Replace Teeth
In the past, dental implants have generally been only available in small sizes to fit thin jawbones, which are usually associated with people needing implants. The body will absorb the jaw bone when there are missing teeth.
What is MAX Tapered Implants
Our molars, located at the back of the mouth, are our primary teeth used for chewing. We use them to up our grind food, so naturally, they are larger and broader than our front teeth.
The small-sized dental implants of the past were hard to use as replacements for these large molars. They not only didn’t fit properly, but they did not function like molars.
MAX tapered implants are as full as your molars. They are total diameter dental implants. In Houston, dental implant specialist, Dr. Jonathan Penchas, uses the newest addition to the dental implant family the MAX Implant System.
After removing the molar, the Max system replaces it. Its larger size is ideally suited for replacing molars.
Patients Love MAX Implant System
Our patients love MAX tapered implants because they can be placed into their jawbone the same day the dentist removes the molar. That’s right. No more going for weeks with a hole in your mouth. Place the molar dental implant in the jawbone the same-day results in quicker healing and a better fit.
Specialized Training is Required
The MAX tapered implants for molars are different than traditional implants and require an experienced oral surgeon with specialized training to place them correctly in a person’s mouth.