Complimentary Dental Implants Consultations
Do you need dental implants? Are you missing one or more permanent teeth? Do you want the longest lasting, most natural replacement? Have you been told that you are not a candidate for implants? Were you told you needed a bridge or a removable denture?
If you fall into any of those categories or are simply interested in getting dental implants, we offer complimentary consultations. During your visit with our Brandon, FL dentist you will:
- Be educated on your unique oral structure through the use of cutting-edge technology
- Learn what options are available to you
- Get any questions answered directly by one of our Doctors of Medicine in Dentistry
FREE Second Opinions!
Imagine not getting told all your options or what is best for you individually? Well, we see it all the time from patients who come from other dentists to get a second opinion which is why we will offer free second opinions to anyone who wants one. Making a decision to get your dream smile should not be taken lightly and we want to make sure you know everything about your future investment. The better you understand your options, the better decision you can make so we strive to first educate you before we suggest a procedure.
What are Dental Implants?
Brandon dental implants replace the root of a tooth with post that are inserted into your jaw bone to provide a strong, fixed foundation that allow dentists to mount replacement teeth onto the post. The posts, which are made out of titanium, are surgically anchored into the jawbone that recreates the feeling of having natural tooth as they will not slip or shift while inserted into the mouth.
Complimentary Implant Consultations & Seminars!
Slide to see the before and after dental implant surgery.
Are you a potential dental implant candidate?
The ideal dental implant patient is healthy, wealthy and wise.
How healthy? If you do not have uncontrolled diabetes and you have a healthy immune system, you are probably healthy enough. Today, most implant surgery is minimally invasive, minimally traumatic and success is highly predictable.
How wealthy? Complete implant treatment, from surgery to final restoration, can be in the thousands, depending upon many factors, such as available bone, number and location of missing teeth, and fixed or removable restoration.
How wise? In the long run, implant treatment provides highly predictable, long-term health and function. It is usually superior to conventional restoration in terms of service longevity and often represents higher value in the long run.
Please call us today to schedule your FREE implant consultation.
Single tooth implants
If you're missing a tooth and want the very best Brandon, FL dentistry has to offer, you could be the perfect candidate for single-tooth implants. Single-tooth implants act as tooth roots for replacement teeth. They are securely anchored into the jaw and topped with a dental crown for the very best in look, feel and function. Single-tooth implants offer several advantages over other tooth replacement options, such as dental bridges and partial dentures. Surrounding teeth and the jawbone are better preserved. Single-tooth implants are also easier to clean. And they can also outlast bridges and dentures by about 10 years!
Why dental implants?
Depending on the individual patient, ordinary bridges and dentures can be uncomfortable or even painful depending on sore spots, gagging, or other dental issues. One of the benefits of dental implants in Brandon, FL is that no other teeth need to be prepared or ground down in order to be attached to in order to hold the new dental implant securely in place.
How long will dental implants last?
Will proper maintenance and dental hygiene, dental implants can last a lifetime. As with natural teeth, regular brushing and flossing, a proper diet, and regular visits to the dentist help ensure that the tooth will last for decades to come. The crown for the implant, or the artificial tooth that is attached to the post may need to be replaced from time to time due to normal wear and tear. Typically, crowns lasts for over ten years will proper care.
How much do dental implants cost?
Dental implants typically cost more than other methods of tooth replacement and most insurance carriers will cover some of the costs. Complete implant treatment can range widely depending on many individual factors such as location and number of missing teeth, and availability of bone. Our office provides both surgical and restorative implant solutions. When considering how long dental implants last for, dental implants often present the most cost efficient option for a patient in the long run.