Dental Implants & Periodontics in Deer Park

All-On-4® Dental Implants

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What Are the Advantages of All-on-4® Dental Implants Over Traditional Dentures?

All-on-4® dental implants are a permanent solution for someone missing all or almost all of their upper or lower teeth. The implants are fused with the jawbone and you treat them just like natural teeth. And, because they anchor into your jawbone, you can eat the foods you did when you had natural teeth, which is something that you cannot do with traditional dentures.

Will Dental Insurance Cover All-on-4 Dental Implants?

Dental insurance rarely covers dental implants of any kind, even though it would be cost effective. You will learn what your All-on-4 dental implants cost will be after our dental implant specialist creates a customized treatment plan for you, which takes into account any preliminary procedures that you may need, such as extractions.

Dental Implants

What Does an Implant Cost?

Your cost for one dental implant depends on any procedures that you may need beforehand and your insurance coverage. Your dental implants cost will also include the type of implant requested, and if getting more than one implant, the number of implants needed. If you lost a tooth in an accident, your medical insurance may cover a dental implant. Call our office today to schedule your initial appointment.

Do Single Dental Implants Feel Like Natural Teeth?

Yes, dental implants feel like natural teeth. When you chew, you will have the same sensation as you did with a natural tooth because the implant mimics a tooth root. It feels so real that you may forget that you have an implant.

Implant-Supported Bridge

Why Should I Consider an Implant-Supported Bridge?

If you have several adjacent teeth missing or damaged beyond repair, consider an implant-supported bridge. You will not only replace the teeth, but you will replace some of the tooth roots as well. Unlike a traditional bridge, the healthy teeth on each side of the bridge do not need crowns. Initially, an implant-supported bridge might require more invasive dental procedures; however, you will be able to keep your other natural teeth.

What Is the Price of an Implant-Supported Bridge?

The price of an implant-supported bridge will vary from patient to patient. The price depends on how many pontics (artificial teeth) that the bridge contains, along with other factors. Call our office to schedule a consultation to receive an estimate of the total cost for your implant bridge.

Implant-Supported Denture

What Are Implant-Supported Dentures?

This is a type of full or partial denture attached to implants, which supply the support for the denture. Partial implant-supported dentures have a distinct advantage over traditional partial dentures; the partial denture has to get support from healthy teeth, which can loosen the healthy teeth over time. Full implant-supported dentures give the patient teeth that never slide while chewing or speaking, something that a traditional full denture cannot match.

What Are Implant-Supported Dentures?

This is a type of full or partial denture attached to implants, which supply the support for the denture. Partial implant-supported dentures have a distinct advantage over traditional partial dentures; the partial denture has to get support from healthy teeth, which can loosen the healthy teeth over time. Full implant-supported dentures give the patient teeth that never slide while chewing or speaking, something that a traditional full denture cannot match.

What Is the Average Price for an Implant-Supported Denture?

There is no average cost; we tailor our patient’s cost for an implant-supported denture based on their oral health, the materials used, and whether they need any extractions or additional treatments beforehand. Contact our office to arrange a consultation and preliminary exam. Without an exam, we cannot provide an accurate estimate of your anticipated cost.

Periodontist

How Do Periodontists Differ from General Dentists?

Periodontists have received additional education focusing on the gums. They treat advanced cases of gum disease and complete cosmetic periodontal procedures in addition to placing dental implants. If you need a periodontist in your local community, contact us to schedule an appointment.

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