Advanced Dental Care of Pembroke Pines
1601 N Palm Avenue, Suite 104, Pembroke Pines, FL 33026
If you’re searching for the best way to renew your smile, check out our options for dental implants in Pembroke Pines. Implant technology enables patients to talk, chew and smile with as much confidence or more than if they still had all their natural teeth. We hope that you will call us today to learn more about this exciting dental restoration method.
A dental implant is a tooth-replacement option that is implanted into the jaw. Rather than resting on the gum like a denture, the prosthetic tooth is supported by a titanium post that mimics a tooth’s natural root. Your jawbone and gum tissue heal around the implant, fusing it into place. The result is a replacement tooth that looks and functions very much like a real tooth with a root. Depending on your needs, you can get one implant or a full mouth of tooth implants.
Your dental implants cost is likely to be higher than the cost of dentures or a bridge. That said, many patients look at their dental implants cost as an investment that’s very much worthwhile. Implants help you to retain the health of your jawbone and the integrity of your facial contours. Because every patient has an implant treatment plan that is customized to their needs, the price can vary widely. Please call us to schedule a consultation, and we can tell you what your specific cost is likely to be.
A growing number of insurance companies provide dental implants insurance, but it’s still relatively uncommon. If your dental insurance plan doesn’t generally include dental implants insurance in its coverage, it’s possible that they might make exceptions, depending on why you need your teeth to be replaced. No matter what the details of your insurance are, we strive to make affordable dental implants available to our patients by offering customized solutions and flexible financing options.
The dental implants procedure is usually a team effort that involves you, your dentist and your periodontist all working together to make your smile dreams come true. Each treatment plan is designed to meet the patient’s unique needs, but there are a few steps that are common to many dental implants procedures:
1. Existing teeth are removed as necessary
2. The implants are placed into the jaw
3. Your mouth is allowed time to heal
4. Your prosthetic teeth are put into place
Are you wondering why you should choose implants over regular dentures or bridges? Implants impart an array of benefits. For example:
Implants allow for a range of choices when it comes to restoring missing teeth. Here are some of the types that are available:
Any of the above types of implants can be used to support a single implant or an implant-supported bridge or denture.
After your dental implants procedure is complete, any discomfort that you might feel should be minimal. In most cases, it can be relieved with non-prescription painkillers. Your dentist might prescribe antibiotics or a special antibacterial mouthwash to assist you during your healing process. You may receive temporary prosthetic teeth to wear while your implants are healing fully.
An ideal candidate for tooth implants has healthy gums, sufficient depth in their jawbone to support the implant and a dedication to maintaining good dental hygiene. Even if you don’t think you meet all those criteria, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with us. There is likely to be a dental implant solution that will work for you.
Dental implants are designed as permanent solutions that can last a lifetime with proper care. Don’t forget the basic rules of good oral hygiene; they still apply! Maintaining healthy, infection-free gums is essential for keeping your implants securely in place. Once you’ve received your implants, your dentist will give you detailed instructions for taking the best care of them. If you’re a smoker, it’s a good idea to quit or cut back to give your implants the best chance of long-term success. Please reach out to us today to find out more about dental implants in Pembroke Pines.
Call our office at (954) 417-6146