Do you cover your mouth every time you smile or laugh because of missing or damaged teeth? Dental implants and restorations can help.
Dental implants are recognized as the best way to replace just one tooth or an entire arch of teeth. Plus, implants can last a lifetime.
John D. Meola, DDS, of Dental Associates of New England in Boston, MA, can place dental implants to restore your smile and oral health.
Afraid of the Dentist? We Offer Calming Sedation
Dental appointments can make some patients very nervous. That is why we offer safe, calming sedation dentistry to make your experience at our Boston or Waltham, MA, dental offices as stress-free and pain-free as possible.
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Benefits of Dental Implants
With proper brushing and flossing, your implants could last a lifetime, while our top-quality restorations could last well over a decade.
More Attractive Appearance
Your face can look sunken and aged when you're missing several teeth. Implants-supported restorations can fill out your smile and face.
Better Jawbone Health
Implants actually encourage healthy jawbone growth as tissue fuses around the titanium rods. This can prevent bone resorption.
Improved Quality of Life
Once restorations are attached to your implants, speaking, eating, and chewing abilities should be greatly improved.
How Implants Are Placed
To maximize your benefits, we only use the finest quality implants from established companies in the United States.
Frequently Asked Questions
Many people who are missing one or more teeth are eligible for dental implants. Candidates should be in good health, have no periodontal disease, and have sufficient jaw bone density. For patients who do not have a strong jaw bone, our dental specialists can perform a bone graft to strengthen weakened tissue. It is also best to be a non-smoker, as tobacco can inhibit healing.
Many factors affect the individualized cost of a dental implant procedure. Implants are not usually covered by insurance but certain aspects of your treatment could be. If you are considering dental implants and have questions about treatment cost, contact our friendly and knowledgeable staff for answers. We happily accept CareCredit® financing to help with out-of-pocket costs.