Dental implants provide a modern, attractive, and long-lasting solution to replace missing teeth. Nicknamed “nature’s rival,” dental implants look and feel like natural teeth. If you have an incomplete smile, Dr. Dandois can return your oral comfort, function, and appearance with dental implants. He conveniently performs every step of this state-of-the-art restorative solution in order to replace single teeth and secure dentures, partials, and bridges.
Dental implants can provide you with a unique set of benefits that you simply can’t get with other replacements. Patients enjoy these most popular advantages:
Missing dental structure can affect you in ways like misalignment of teeth, wear and tear on existing teeth, and jawbone deterioration. Dental implants not only preserve your jawbone, but they keep your remaining teeth healthy and in place.
Candidates for dental implants need sufficient jawbone mass and good oral health. To begin the dental implant process, Dr. Dandois will personally handle the surgical placement of your new implants into the jawbone. These posts will function as tooth roots to secure your replacement teeth. You’ll receive one post in the socket of each missing tooth or a few strategically placed to attach a prosthetic. Our office offers both traditional implants and mini implants, depending on the patient’s unique needs and current level of oral health.
Once your implants are stable, he’ll mount your custom crowns, denture, partial, or bridge. Dental implant placement and restoration doesn’t impact surrounding tooth structure, so you retain more of your natural smile.
We use dental implants to successfully replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or even your whole smile. The type of dental restoration best for you will depend on how many teeth you’re missing:
If you’re missing a single tooth, Dr. Dandois can use an implant-retained crown to replace it. This replacement seamlessly blends in with your smile to create a healthy looking, feeling, and functional set of teeth.
Are you missing multiple teeth consecutively? An implant-retained dental crown can be used to replace multiple teeth in a row by using dental implants on either side for a secure restoration. Dental bridges literally bridge the gap to complete your smile.
If you’re missing all or most of your teeth, implant-retained dentures are the right option for you. Using multiple strategically placed implants, Dr. Dandois can anchor your dentures to give you a secure and stable restoration. Now you can replace all of your teeth at once with a powerful bite at the same time.
The cost of your dental implants will vary depending on multiple factors, which is why it’s hard to give a precise estimate. The number of implants you need, where you need them, and the condition of your oral health are some of the variables that contribute to price. Additionally, your restoration will need to be accounted for, which will also depend on the number of teeth you’re missing. Contact our office for a consultation, where Dr. Dandois can give you a fair estimate after examining your mouth.