Dental implants are an outstanding permanent dental solution for patients with one or more missing teeth. Dental implants are surgically placed in the jaw, and the titanium posts essentially serve the function of a tooth root. A range of customized restorations, such as crowns, bridges, and dentures, can be attached to the implant, together providing a lifelike feeling and appearance, and fully restored functionality. Dental implants are incredibly durable, and with proper care, can offer a lifetime of support for your prosthetic teeth.
At Dental Associates of New England, we are proud to use advanced technology to place your dental implants and custom craft your restorations. Our crowns, bridges, and dentures are made from high-quality materials so they will blend in seamlessly with your smile. Our patients can also enjoy the convenience of having their entire dental implant procedure, including their surgery and restoration placement, all performed at one location.
Dental implants offer a number of benefits, including lifelong durability and improved stability for restorations like dentures. Most importantly, implants guard against jaw bone atrophy - a natural reaction in the area surrounding missing teeth. As with any surgery, dental implants do carry some degree of risks, but they are rare and can be reduced by choosing experienced surgeons that use advanced placement technology and dental implant systems. Here at Dental Associates of New England, we are proud to have an exceptional staff that uses innovative techniques to reduce risk and improve healing.
There are a number of factors that will affect the individualized cost of a dental implant procedure. For example, total treatment cost will be determined by the total number of implants needed, sedation option chosen, and even what type of implant system a patient chooses. If you are considering dental implants and have questions about treatment cost, our friendly and knowledgeable staff can speak with you about your treatment and financing options.
Many people who are missing one or more teeth are eligible for dental implants. Candidates should otherwise be in good health, have no periodontal disease, and have sufficient jaw bone density to support an implant. For patients who do not have a strong or large enough jaw bone, we can perform a bone graft to strengthen the jaw and improve your chances of being approved for candidacy. In fact, thanks to our surgical expertise and comprehensive range of services, most of our patients can receive dental implants and enjoy all the benefits they provide.