All-On-4® Dental Implants
All-on-4® dental implants are permanently installed in your jaw and function like your natural teeth. They’re stable and provide chewing power similar to your natural teeth.
What Are All-on-4® Dental Implants?
The All-on-4® implant system is one of the best dental implant systems available. All of our dentists use this system in order to provide you with the best dental implants available in .
How Do All-on-4 Implants Work?
The All-on-4 implants are surgically implanted, which provides the most secure installation possible. The implants are placed at different positions in the jaw and in such a way that only four are required to securely hold a full set of artificial teeth. You can brush, clean, and floss them just as you would natural teeth.
How Much Do All-on-4 Dental Implants Cost?
We know that cost can be a significant factor when considering dental work. However, because of their stability and the streamlined installation procedure, the All-on-4 implants can ultimately be more cost effective than other types of implants. Call our office in for more information on the All-on-4 system.
Our dentists in offer several types of implants because we know that one system won’t work for every budget and dental need. Call our office in to schedule a consultation about dental implants.
How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
The cost of dental implants will vary according to the individual. Your dental needs, your insurance, and whether you take part in a dental discount plan will all affect the cost of your dental implants.
What Is a Single Implant?
When you have a single implant placed, it’s installed in your jaw in the place where the tooth was missing. Within two to six months, your jaw will have healed and a crown will be attached to it. Your crown will look like your natural teeth.
We use CBCT X-Ray technology which greatly improves accuracy for both implant surgery and root canals.
An implant-supported bridge is ideal if you have several missing or badly damaged teeth. This option restores your beautiful smile and is provided by all our dentists, so call us today in to schedule an appointment.
Where Can I Get An Implant Bridge?
Our office in installs many implant-supported bridges, so call us to schedule a consultation.
How Much Do Implant-Supported Bridges Cost?
Your cost for an implant-supported bridge will depend on your unique dental needs, the materials used, and your insurance coverage. Call our office in to schedule a consultation for an implant-supported bridge.
Implant supported dentures can provide the convenience of dentures without the annoyance of adhesive.
How Long Do Implant-Supported Dentures Last?
Implant-supported dentures can last many, many years with proper care. They’re an excellent choice for those who have a significant number of teeth missing, but you should maintain proper dental hygiene just as you would with your natural teeth.
How Much Do Implant-Supported Dentures Cost?
The cost of implant-supported dentures will depend on your unique needs, the type of material chosen for your dentures, and your insurance coverage. You’ll be provided with a cost estimate that will include these factors during your consultation in our office in .
A periodontist is a specialty dentist. He or she has undergone additional training in preventing, diagnosing, and treating dental disease.
How Can A Periodontist Help?
A periodontist can help you prevent dental diseases such as gingivitis, and help you maintain good oral hygiene. He or she can also install dental implants and treat any disease or inflammation that you may have.
Mini Dental Implants
What Are Mini Dental Implants?
Mini dental implants are an option for those who want to replace lost teeth but choose not to have conventional restorations. These mini implants have the same structure as dental implants but are smaller in size. They are a great option for those who may not have enough bone mass in their jaws to receive full-sized implants, or do not want to have an invasive surgery for traditional dental implants.
How do Mini Dental Implants Work?
Mini implants can replace missing teeth. This does not require invasive surgery and takes much less time than traditional dental implants do. Mini dental implants can also secure loose and lower arch dentures. This two-part mini implant has a titanium post with a ball on the end, and a socket with a rubber O-ring that attaches the tooth and the post.
What is the Difference Between Dental Implants and Mini Dental Implants?
Mini dental implants are usually offered to those who do not have enough bone density to support the size of traditional dental implants. This is a great option for older patients and those who suffer from tooth loss. A traditional dental implant has a diameter of 4.3-6mm whereas as mini dental implant is half the size. These may not last as long or be as strong as your dental implants, so make sure to speak to your dentist before making a decision.
What is a Sinus Lift?
Also known as a sinus augmentation, a sinus lift is a procedure adds bones to your upper jaw near the premolars and molars. In order to add the bone to this area, the sinus membrane is “lifted”.
Why Do I Need a Sinus Lift?
There are a variety of reasons why one may need a sinus lift. This is done when someone does not have enough bone height in the upper jaw for dental implants to be positioned properly. When you have suffered tooth loss,the bone begins to be absorbed back into the body slowly over time. If the bone is lost surrounding the maxillary sinus, close to the upper jaw, a dental implant may not be able to be placed. The sinus cavity is unique to each person, and the sinus can change as time progresses. Bone loss can also occur due to periodontal disease. Come in for a consultation and evaluation before deciding if you need a sinus lift.
How Does a Sinus Lift Work?
A sinus lift begins with a cut to the gum tissue of the roof of your mouth, near the back., A small circle is then cut into the bone. This piece is put into the sinus cavity and allows the space to be filled with bone graft material. This regenerates bone loss.