Advanced Dental Care of Riverview
13018 US Highway 301 S, Riverview, FL 33578
Gum disease, decay, and even accidents can lead to tooth loss. If you are one of the millions of Americans living with missing teeth, it is time to learn more about dental implants in Riverview. Our experienced dentists can use the dental implants procedure to restore your smile and your confidence. Call today to find out if dental implants are right for you.
Unlike dentures that simply sit on the gums, endosteal implants are held in place by screw-shaped titanium posts inserted into the jawbone. If you do not have enough existing bone to support an endosteal implant and a bone graft is not feasible, you may be a candidate for a subperiosteal implant. Subperiosteal implants are embedded in the gum but are not anchored into the jawbone.
We understand that cost is a major concern for most of our patients; however, you should not assume that implants are too costly. We offer a number of cost-effective implant options to suit most needs and budgets. The actual cost of the procedure can vary from patient to patient based on the complexity of the dental issue and the type of implant required. To get a better idea of your dental implants cost, you should call our office to schedule a consultation. Our dentist can assess your dental needs, determine which implant option is most appropriate for you, and provide you with an outline of your dental implants cost.
Most insurance providers do not offer dental implants insurance; however, our staff can work with you to make your dental implants as affordable as possible. Call our office today to find out about our convenient financing options and payment plans.
The dentist will prepare the implant site by administering a local anesthetic to numb the area. The technique used to insert the implant post can vary based on the type of implant; however, the process normally involves several steps. The posts are implanted during the first appointment. Most patients experience only minimal discomfort following the procedure, which can usually be controlled with over-the-counter pain relievers. The implant sites then have to heal for several months to ensure that the posts are fused into place. You then return to have the porcelain crown attached.
Implants offer significant benefits over traditional dentures. One primary advantage is that they can be customized to your exact needs. For example, our dentists can fit you with an implant-supported bridge, a single implant, or even mini implants based on your dental issues. Implants also have a more natural look and feel than dentures, which makes it easier to speak and eat with confidence. Implants are easier to care for than dentures, so you will enjoy better oral health. Implants can also protect your remaining teeth by reinforcing the jaw structure.
Immediately after your procedure, you need to follow the instructions provided to you by your dentist to prevent complications and ensure that you heal properly. Once you have healed, you just brush and floss normally. You will also still need to see your dentist for regular cleanings and checkups.
With the wide range of implants on the market, there is an option for virtually everyone. Even if you have insufficient jawbone density for traditional implants, our dentists may be able to find an implant option that will work. The best way to find out if you are a candidate for implants is to schedule a consultation with one of our Riverview implant dentists.
Just like natural teeth, implants do require basic care and maintenance. How long your new teeth last can vary based on the location of the implants, the overall condition of your teeth, as well as your dedication to good oral hygiene. Implants are durable enough to withstand normal wear and tear. In most cases, implants last anywhere from 10 years to a lifetime. Implants are truly a dental wonder and have changed the lives of millions of individuals suffering from tooth loss. Take the first step toward a better smile by calling our office today to schedule a consultation with one of our implant dentists.
Call our office at (813) 280-0121