The Teeth Implants Procedure
Your smile can be restored to its former brilliance with our dental implants! With years of experience and thorough attention to detail, Dr. Anderson can provide you with comfortable and natural-looking implants that can last for years.
Are Dental Implants Necessary?
Many patients are wary of getting artificial teeth due to concerns of comfort, appearance, or cost. However, allowing severely damaged teeth to remain in the jaw can lead to more serious infection affecting the whole mouth. Further, not replacing teeth that have been knocked out or have fallen out can leave your gum and bone tissue unprotected.
Schedule a consultation with us to discuss how dental implants can improve your appearance while also protecting your health. If you have concerns with our dental implants cost, we can work out a plan with you to help you get the treatment you need.
Our Dental Implant Procedure
When having your dental implants installed, you can trust our dental implants dentist, Dr. Anderson, to pay careful attention to your comfort and unique aesthetic. Here is what you can expect during our dental implant procedure:
- First, your teeth and mouth will be examined to determine the best placement and sizing for your dental implant. We will use digital X-rays and advanced measuring techniques to ensure optimal results.
- Then, we will install the titanium dental implant into your jaw. We will then allow time for your mouth to heal and your implant to fuse with your jawbone. This usually takes about a month or two.
- Finally, we will place your replacement teeth or dentures. Our artificial tooth caps and dentures are made of durable material and are customized to match your other teeth.
If there are any problems with your artificial teeth, we will work to correct them and make sure your implants are comfortable and functional.
Dr. Anderson is always looking forward to helping patients recover confidence in their smile. Call us today to discuss getting dental implants to replace your missing or damaged teeth.