Implant Procedures and Services

Over 25 Years of Creating Beautiful Smiles

Dental Implants

Dental implants are an increasingly popular tooth replacement option due to their permanence, durability, and natural look and feel. Since they are placed directly into the jawbone, they not only fill the gap in your smile, but also can improve your oral health at the same time.

Implant Information
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Free Implant Consultation

Includes exam and x-rays (3D image not included)

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All-On-4

If you’re missing a full arch of teeth, but don’t want to move forward with a denture, consider All-On-4 implants as your treatment of choice. All-on-4 installs a permanent denture in your jaw, clipped by four implants that have the potential to last for many years to come.

Permanent Dentures
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Sinus Augmentation

If you’ve been told that your upper jaw is insufficient to support a dental implant, Dr. Stearns offers sinus augmentations for better implant placement. Through a state-of-the-art procedure, a bone graft in the sinus cavity creates a better foundation for the dental implant to be placed. Learn more about this unique procedure.

No More Limits

Dental Implant FAQ

Got a burning question about dental implant procedures in Englewood, NJ? We got the answers here at Dr. Stearns’ office. Check out our FAQ to see if we’ve answered your question. If not, feel free to contact us and we’ll be happy to take your questions.

Your Implant Questions
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Bone Grafting & GBR

If your jawbone has been depleted due to tooth loss, we can apply new bone material to trigger the bone to regenerate, and also target areas where bone regeneration is sorely needed. This creates a better platform for your dental implant to be placed, and a better chance at success for your implant.

Bone Regeneration
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Early Removal of Wisdom Teeth

Wisdom teeth are molars that erupt later in a person’s life, between the ages of 17 and 21. Oftentimes, these extra teeth are not needed, and can pose some serious health risks if not removed in time. Learn more about how we can detect and remove wisdom teeth before they reach the damaging stage.

Goodbye Wisdom Teeth

Computer-Guided Implant Surgery

While dental implants are an increasingly popular tooth replacement option, they are now becoming easier and more efficiently placed thanks to advancements in technology. Dr. Stearns utilizes computer-guided implant surgery to ensure that his patients’ implants are placed comfortably, so they look and feel natural.

Perfectly Guided Implants