FREE Dental Implant Consultation
We want to make it easy for anyone suffering the pain of tooth loss to find the right solution to restore their smile. If you're considering dental implants as a permanent solution for your tooth loss, get all of your questions answered during a FREE dental implant consultation with our Stapleton dental team. Consultation includes a dental exam.
At Town Center Dentistry & Orthodontics, we want to help every patient love their smile. If you are suffering the pain of tooth loss, consider restoring your smile with comfortable, natural-looking dental implants.
Are Dental Implants Right For Your Smile?
Are you missing one or more of your teeth? Regular brushing, flossing, and preventive checkups allow some people to maintain their natural smiles for a lifetime. However, sometimes our teeth just can’t keep up with the wear and tear of our busy lifestyles!
If you’ve lost a tooth (or teeth) due to injury or decay, dental implants could be the right solution to help repair your oral health and rejuvenate your smile.
Tooth loss can be caused by a variety of situations: oral trauma due to an accident or altercation, illness, stress, age, decay, genetics, and more. Sometimes it’s just bad luck that causes someone to suffer the loss of a tooth!
Even though the reason for tooth loss varies, what everyone wants as the solution remains the same: their natural, healthy smile back.
Dental implants are often the best solution for anyone facing tooth loss because they:
- Look Natural: You don’t want a replacement tooth that looks fake, drawing even more negative attention to your smile than a lost tooth. Instead, imagine being able to experience your smile the way it was before tooth loss!
- Don’t Hurt: A replacement for your lost tooth (or teeth) needs to fit in your mouth easily, allowing you to enjoy any food without irritating your gums or adjacent teeth. Once healed, dental implants are a pain-free, permanent solution!
- Are Easy To Take Care Of: Dental implants are permanent - no slipping dentures or removable bridges! You can take care of your dental implants the same way you do your natural teeth: simple brushing and flossing.
- Keep Your Mouth Healthy: Bulky dental appliances can cause bone loss and irritation to your gums, as well as increase your risk of periodontal disease and tooth decay. Dental implants remove that risk because they fit perfectly within your natural smile.
- Can Last A Lifetime: Your dental implants are created to last the rest of your life! No other tooth replacement solution can make that claim.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
Modern tooth restoration has never been better! Dental implants are titanium posts implanted in your jaw that act as artificial “tooth roots”, permanently anchoring your new tooth, bridge or denture. Each implant is topped with a dental crown, providing a chewing surface and restoring the appearance of the missing tooth.
What Type Of Dental Implant Do I Need?
At Town Center Dentistry & Orthodontics we offer several types of dental implants to our patients suffering from tooth loss. A consultation with our Denver dentists can help determine what type of dental implant will work best for your smile.
Single Dental Implant
If you’ve lost a tooth due to decay or trauma, a single dental implant can be the best way to help you smile with confidence again. Your natural tooth can be replaced with a single titanium dental implant and natural-looking dental crown.
A dental implant will replace your natural tooth’s root and surface, allowing you to smile, speak and enjoy your favorite foods just like you could with your natural tooth!
Implant Retained Dentures
Implant retained dentures can significantly restore the quality of life for many patients. Our Denver dental patients can be more confident during their daily activities with the superior chewing and speaking functions our durable implant retained dentures provide.
Using mini dental implants, our dental team can install your prosthesis in just one appointment, with minimal surgery.
How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
The simple answer to how much dental implants cost is this: it depends. Just like any surgery, there are numerous factors that can influence the cost of dental implants. We can provide you an accurate estimate after a consultation. Considerations include:
- The quality, amount, and location of bone. If you require bone grafting, the total costs associated with your implants will be higher.
- The number of teeth that need to be replaced and the type of dental implant that will be used.
- Dental insurance. Some insurances cover only parts of implant treatment, or have a waiting period for eligibility.
If you’re concerned about the cost of dental implants, call our Denver dental practice to schedule your consultation.
A consultation allows us to spend time with you to understand your oral health goals and financial considerations, while giving you the best possible information about dental implants.
Whether you’re on a budget, have a fixed income, or aren’t sure if your dental insurance covers dental implants, we have a variety of financing plans available to you.
Dental Implant Restoration
Problems with dental implants are rare, but they can happen. If you notice your dental implant has loosened, is causing your gum to swell, or the crown on top of your implant is cracked, call Town Center Dentistry & Orthodontics right away!
A dental implant can’t fix itself and if you try to treat it at home, you could end up causing more damage to your mouth.
Schedule Your Dental Implant Consultation With Town Center Dentistry & Orthodontics Today!
If you have question about dental implants, restorative dentistry, or any other services Town Center Dentistry & Orthodontics offers, give our Stapleton office a call.
Questions About Dental Implants?
A consultation with Dr. Brett Kessler is the perfect way to answer all of your question and determine if dental implants or any of our other tooth loss solutions could be the best choice for your smile!
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