Are you missing one, multiple, or most of your teeth? If so, you’re probably missing out on your favorite foods, social events, and even smiling in photos. Thankfully, dental implants provide an exceptional and highly regarded solution as the “gold standard” for tooth replacement!
With their long-lasting benefits, dental implants can improve your oral health, rejuvenate your smile, and restore dental functionality for many years to come. At Marina Hills Implant and Dental Centers, our dentists, Drs. David and Russell Diehl and Dr. Joseph Weber specialize in dental implants, offering you the opportunity to achieve a new and confident smile, along with an enhanced quality of life through this permanent solution.
Dental implants are composed of three parts – the post, abutment, and restoration. The post is secured in your jawbone, while the restoration mimics your missing teeth, and the abutment joins the two parts. Because they’re secured in your jawbone, single and full-mouth dental implants are incredibly versatile.
Achieving successful and long-lasting results with dental implant treatments requires the expertise of our highly skilled dentists and the utilization of advanced surgical technology. Our dentists bring extensive experience in performing dental implant procedures for various cases, ensuring exceptional care for our patients. At Marina Hills Implant and Dental Centers, we employ state-of-the-art technologies and utilize premium materials to guarantee the highest quality outcomes.
Dental Implants, whether you receive a single implant, multiple implants, or full-mouth dental implants, are considered the most versatile smile restoration solution as they can replace any number of missing teeth. Our single dental implants are designed to support a crown to replace just a single tooth while our multiple implant option consists of a bridge of teeth that is set on top of one or two dental implant posts.
Dental implants can even modify your dentures with implant-supported dental implants by setting your dentures on top of implant posts so you can enjoy a fixed smile that has the option to be removable or permanently fixed. If you’re missing most or all your teeth, our full-mouth dental implant solutions may be the treatment for you! This option replaces all your missing teeth with as little as four dental implants.
At Marina Hills Implant and Dental Centers, we specialize in personalized dental implant and full-mouth dental implant treatments that restore dental health and enhance confidence. Our dentists will conduct a comprehensive consultation to discuss your medical history, concerns, and smile goals using digital X-rays to assess candidacy. The goal of our consultations is to take you from you are now to where you want to be. Once your treatment plan is perfected, we’ll place the information into our guided surgery technology, administer sedation, and begin surgery.
Our dentists will place 4-6 dental implants with our All-on-X dental implant protocol into your jawbone at a 45-degree angle and top with the abutment. Once dental implants are placed, we’ll attach your temporary restoration, so you never have to be without your perfect smile! Once your mouth has healed through a process called osseointegration where your dental implants fuse with your jawbone, we’ll place your final restoration. With proper home care and regular check-ups, your new smile could last a lifetime!
While dental implants can restore your smile and enhance your self-confidence, they do come with a heavier initial price tag. However, they are the closest thing to natural teeth, so this cost is immediately matched by the improvements you will see in your smile.
Because we want everyone to experience these transformative effects, we do everything possible to make the dental implant cost affordable. We’ll file your insurance claim on your behalf and provide a variety of financing options to help break your payment down even further. Affordable smiles are our top priority and believe everyone should experience these life-changing effects!
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