Dental Implants and Overdentures
|•||Missing one or many teeth
|•||Reduced ability to chew and enjoy favorite food
|•||Esthetic and social impact|
|•||Fixed and reliable long-term dental implant-born crowns and bridges
|•||Healthier lifestyle and better nutrition
|•||Esthetic improvements not just limited to the new beautiful smile itself, but also a more youthful appearance by providing facial soft tissue a proper support and contours|
|•||Cone Beam Computer Tomography CBCT
|•||Virtual treatment planning and guided dental implant placement
|•||Immediate implant placement on the day of the tooth removal and immediate temporary crowns and bridges to avoid any removable dentures|
Replacing a Missing Tooth with a Single Tooth Implant
A natural tooth is anchored into the jawbone by its tooth root. Tooth roots attach firmly to the jawbone and keep your teeth stable when chewing foods.
Traditionally, if you were missing a tooth or if one needed to be extracted, the healthy teeth on either side of the missing tooth would be cut down and the whole thing replaced with a three-crown “bridge.”
Dental implants are the modern alternative. Instead of cutting down two perfectly healthy teeth, your periodontist inserts a dental post (dental implant) into the jawbone to replace your missing tooth root. This post becomes solidly fixed into your jaw as the bone heals (like a natural tooth root). Your general dentist then places a crown onto this artificial tooth root that feels and functions like your natural teeth.
Quite simply, dental implants are the most natural replacement for missing teeth.
Dental implants are changing the way people live! With them, people are rediscovering the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh and enjoy life.
Set For Success with a Single Tooth Implant
The Success Rate of Dental Implants
After their healing period, the success rate of dental implants is between 94% and 98%. If you are a non-smoker with good oral hygiene, the percentage is closer to 98%.
How Long Will Dental Implants Last?
Dental implants become fixed to the jawbone. Though the life span of a dental implant will vary with each patient, many have lasted for over 30 years. With good oral hygiene and regular cleanings, dental implants can last a lifetime. In contrast, the average life span of a traditional fixed bridge is between 10-15 years.
A critical question in determining whether an implant can be placed is, “Is there enough bone to support the implant?” Fortunately, advanced bone regeneration techniques now make it possible to place many more implants than just 10 years ago.
Am I a Candidate for Dental Implants?
Dental implant treatment begins with an evaluation by your general dentist who will determine if you are a good candidate for this procedure. If they feels dental implants might be possible, they will send you to us for a placement evaluation.
Single Tooth Implant Expertise You Can Trust
Our experienced team has placed thousands of implants over the years. Not only do we use the latest technology and tools, but we work hard to stay ahead of the newest skills and techniques in the industry.
If you need a dental implant surgery, then it makes sense to choose a clinic with vast experience. You can feel good knowing that we are skilled and practiced. We pay close attention to every detail to ensure quality results for every patient.
The Cost of Dental Implants
When you choose Glen Perio, you can feel good knowing that your smile restoration plan is always personalized to your needs, with treatment customized to each patient. Our team is highly specialized and experienced in every aspect of dental implants and periodontal treatments.
One thing that makes our clinic unique is the transparency in pricing. We'll provide a clear cost breakdown before the treatment. You never need to worry about surprise fees.
As we are designing your smile, this price will be determined based on several factors and surgical requirements that will affect the overall cost:
Your price will include everything needed for the treatment plan, including the pre-exam, initial placement of the implants, creation of the tooth restoration, and post-surgical checkups to ensure the fit of your prosthetics. The most effective way to learn more about the cost of dental implants is to schedule a free in-person consultation with our team. We’ll answer your questions without any pressure or obligation to move forward with the services.