Dental Implants – It’s Time To Get Your Smile Back!

One way that you can have a beautiful smile even if you have teeth that are damaged or that are missing is with dental implants. The process does take some time to complete, but the results are worth the wait as you will have teeth that look and function like those that are natural. It’s normal to be nervous about the procedure, but our doctors will make you feel as comfortable as possible while you’re at the office.

The first step is for us to take X-rays of your mouth to determine the extent of the damage to your teeth and the amount of work that needs to be done. Your gums will be examined as well as your jawbone to determine if any grafts need to be performed before the implants are placed. An impression is then made of your mouth. This will give us a better idea as to how the final product should look. The mold that we complete is usually sent to a laboratory that will make the crowns that will be placed over the implants.

Single Tooth Replacement

A single, well-placed dental implant can make it look and feel like a tooth never went missing at all! A small, titanium post is placed directly into the jawbone to mimic a tooth root, and this is used to support a new porcelain crown that shows within the smile. Because this new tooth will have the same two-part structure as the natural ones surrounding it, it will seamlessly blend in both aesthetically and functionally.

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Multiple Teeth Replacements

Traditionally, the only way to replace multiple missing teeth involved using a bridge or partial denture, both of which put stress on the surrounding teeth that can wear them down over time. With an implant bridge, however, we can fill in larger gaps in the smile while preserving more of a patient’s natural dental structure. Two implant crowns are placed on either side of the missing ones, and these are used to support prosthetic teeth that replace them. Compared to a regular bridge, implant bridges look more natural, have a more secure fit, and can be trusted to last longer.

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Missing All Teeth

Do you have a denture that you just can’t trust to stay in place? Dental implants can help you enjoy a security and function a traditional removable denture simply can’t match. Using multiple implant posts, your dentist can attach a set of prosthetic teeth directly to your jawbone just like natural ones. Not only do implant dentures fit better than regular ones, but they also restore much more of a patient’s bite strength, enabling them to enjoy a more varied (and healthier) diet.

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Understanding Dental Implant Cost

Dental implants are the most state-of-the-art tooth replacement available today, and this causes many people to believe that they may be too expensive for their budget. While implants do indeed cost more upfront compared to traditional dentures and bridges, they are actually the most cost-effective option thanks to their durability. Regular dentures and bridges typically need to be completely replaced every 7-10 years, while dental implants, with the proper maintenance, can easily last for 30 or more. Over the long-term, this results in a much lower cost for a patient. If you have been struggling with a set of ill-fitting dentures or are in need of replacing teeth that were recently lost, let one of our doctors evaluate your situation to determine the best treatment option. Contact us today in Englewood!

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Sometimes, teeth need to be extracted before the metal posts are placed in your jawbone. This is often done at the same time the posts are implanted. An anesthetic of some kind will be used, but the exact type won’t be determined until we can see your teeth and how much work needs to be done.

After teeth are extracted and your gums are cleaned, we will drill a small home in your jawbone where the metal post will be positioned. This post will be the root of the tooth. Once the posts are positioned, your mouth will need to heal for a while. Your dentist can give you temporary dentures or crowns to wear so that you don’t have metal posts sticking out of your jawbone.

Once the bone has healed, it’s time to place the crown. This is the part of the implant procedure that you’ve been waiting for as it means you will have a smile that looks natural. An abutment is placed first, followed by the crown. After making sure everything is secure, you’ll be able to see your new smile. Avoid eating anything hard until your mouth heals. Afterward, you’ll be able to enjoy almost any kind of food and use your teeth like your natural ones.

  • The price of dental implants can vary greatly, just give us a call to learn more

  • The dental implant procedure is simple and has a very high success rate

  • Dental insurance can make the costs of dental implants much more affordable, especially for full mouth procedures

  • Dr. Pearson is a local, top-rated implant dentist, he will explain all of your options in detail during the initial exam

  • If you are having problems with your current dental implants, we can help fix or replace them

  • We are one of the best dental implant offices in the area based on Google reviews

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Experience Our 5-Star Dental Implant Care in Englewood, CO Today!

To receive help with dental implants for yourself or a loved one, schedule an appointment today by calling us at 303-744-5000 or by clicking here to use our convenient online form. We offer same-day appointments and have dental implant professionals on staff for your convenience.

During your appointment, our team will be happy to answer all your questions about our treatments, our office, our flexible payment options, and anything else you may want to know about us! Call today – we can’t wait to help you get the smile that you deserve!

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