$1999 One Full Dental Implant
Includes Implant, Crown & Post.
Free Consultation & Free Nitrous With Treatment
Once your jawbone has had time to heal, life-like crowns or bridges will be placed on top of the posts to provide you with a beautiful, filled-out smile. You will be able to eat and talk like you would with natural teeth, and each crown will feel and look natural – so no one will be able to tell you had any implants put in. Give us a call today for a Free Consultation!
Dr. Reiter has many years of experience and advanced training in dental implants and can provide you with a beautiful smile for life. When you come in for a consultation, we will take X-rays to determine the health of your mouth and jaw. After the implants are set in place of your missing teeth, there is a waiting period of 3-6 months for the implanted posts to naturally fuse with the jawbone. Once the posts are fused with the jawbone, the final restorations are attached. With the help of cone beam computed tomography and 3D planning for your dental implants, your smile will look just like you have always hoped it would. Take advantage of our Implant Offer to receive Free Nitrous with your treatment!
If you’re missing one or more teeth, you are probably a good candidate for dental implants! Almost any adult in good health whether they were simply born without a tooth or lost one or more teeth due to injury, decay, gum (periodontal) disease or infection is a good candidate. Dental implants are also a great option for anyone who doesn’t want the drawbacks of, or can no longer wear, removable dentures.
The difference between traditional dental implants and mini dental implants is the size of the implant itself. Mini dental implants are simply a few millimeters smaller in diameter than conventional dental implants. However, both of these types of implants are made from titanium that naturally fuses to your jawbone through a process known as osseointegration. Mini dental implants are most commonly used to stabilize bottom dentures, but the smaller-diameter implants can be used in different areas of your mouth.
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