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Implants

Are Dental Implants Right For You?

Implants are natural in appearance and enhance a patient’s smile while restoring function. They replace missing teeth and provide a fixed solution to partial or complete dentures. 
Dental implants, artificial roots and teeth (usually made of titanium) surgically positioned into the upper or lower jawbone, look very natural and enhance or restore a patient’s smile. They replace missing teeth and provide a fixed solution to partial or complete dentures. Occasionally, normal wear and tear requires implants to be re-tightened or replaced, but most dental implants are very stable, strong, and durable for many years.

All on four

The All-On-4 system strategically angles four implants in the upper or lower jaw bone, rather than positioning them straight up and down. This relieves stress points on the implants and gives each more strength so four implants are able to support more load than through previous methods. This system is more affordable than many traditional forms of implants because it relies on fewer implants to secure a full arch. It is also an excellent option for patients with a limited amount of bone and is a non-removable option with teeth that can be attached immediately.

What does getting dental implants involve?

Dental implants require a number of visits over the span of several months in order to be properly placed. The process involves an initial surgery to create molds of the bone, gum tissue, and teeth spacing as well as, if necessary, placing “posts” to hold the artificial teeth. After a few weeks of rest, the artificial teeth are fitted in one or more fitting sessions that can span up to two months. Following one more healing period, the artificial teeth are permanently installed. Once the dental implant treatment is finished, we will give further care instructions to properly care for your implant. As with any dental treatment, proper oral hygiene, good eating habits, and regular dental visits will all aid the life of your implant as well as overall good oral health.

Immediate Implant Placement

When a tooth is lost or needs removing, there are many advantages to replacing it with a dental implant immediately. In many cases, these teeth are functional after placement! First, a single tooth can be replaced with an implant and crown (the attached replacement tooth) on the same day. Thus, the patient avoids worries surrounding appearance issues with the space of a missing tooth.

When one or more teeth are missing in a row, one implant can often support a bridge of teeth. This can also be attached the same day the tooth (or teeth) are removed in many cases. Another benefit of same-day implant placement is the preservation of the gum contours. When a tooth is lost, the arch of gum tissue and “points” formed by gum tissue between each tooth begin to flatten out within days. When an implant is immediately placed and the tooth attached the same day, the natural contours of the gum tissue can be preserved.

Preventing bone loss is an additional advantage of immediate implant placement. When the implant can be inserted as soon as the tooth root is removed, there is no risk of ‘resorption.’ Resorption occurs when tooth roots are no longer present to provide stimulation to the bone. Without this, the bone begins to shrink, or ‘resorb.’ It is a fact that the teeth adjacent to areas of bone loss have the greatest risk of being the next to be lost.

Traditional Dental Implants

Removable – Certain types of teeth attached to dental implants can be removed for easy cleaning and maintenance. These are mostly full arches that are attached to several strategically placed upper or lower implants. Some patients opt for removable types since they require less implants and can therefore be more affordable.

Fixed – Non-removable teeth are more appealing to those who want the feeling of having their ‘own teeth’ back again. These are fixed to the implants and are brushed in the mouth, flossed just like real teeth, and do not come in and out.

Step by Step

Procedure for Dental Impants

Step 1.

3D XRAY

(CT)

Step 2.

Surgical Guide Fabrication

(Optional)

Step 3.

Tooth Removal and Grafting

(if tooth present)

Step 4.

Implant Placement

(Optional)

Step 5.

Impression for Implant Abutmnet and Crown

Step 6.

Delivery of Implant Abutment and Crown

AVAILABLE BUNDLES

Bundle Pricing Options

IMPLANT OPTION 1.

$ 3495
As Low As $89/Month
  • Without
    Extraction
TOTAL SAVINGS OF $1,995

IMPLANT OPTION 2.

$ 3950
As Low As $101/Month
  • With Extraction
    and Bone Graft
TOTAL SAVINGS OF $2,351
Bundle price must be paid in full prior to beginning treatment. Bundle pricing includes CT, Surgical Guide (if needed), Extraction, Bone Graft, Dental Implant, Abutment and Porcelain Crown.

What if I have Dental Insurance?

We will file it on your behalf and help you get the maximum benefit for these services. However in order to take advantage of our package pricing the full package amount must be paid prior to beginning treatment.

Any payment we receive from your dental insurance carrier will be paid back directly to you!

Our In-House Membership Plan

No Insurance? We’ve got you covered.

100% Inclusive Membership Plan!

Includes:

Cleanings • Exams • X-Rays • Special Discounts on other Treatments

Plans to Fit Any Budget

Plans Starting at

ONLY $33/Month

REST EASY WITH

Enhanced Comfort Dentistry

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