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what are dental implants

The basics of dental implants

Dental implants are titanium or ceramic posts that are surgically inserted into your jawbone. They serve as substitutes for the roots of missing teeth and act as anchor points to support crowns, bridges, abutments, and dentures. Implants offer a secure fit while restoring normal chewing function and aesthetic appearance.


Why choose dental implants?

Dental implants replace missing teeth with artificial roots and a crown to achieve a strong, natural-looking smile. They can provide stability for dentures and bridge or direct restoration of single tooth gaps. They also help maintain your facial structure, prevent bone loss in the jaw, reduce gum recession and improve speech as well as chewing ability. Implants last for years with proper care making them an excellent solution for restoring your perfect grin.

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Should you consider dental implants?

A good candidate for dental implants is someone with healthy gums, enough jawbone density to support the implant, and who follows a regular oral health routine. Additionally, some medical conditions may prevent you from becoming a suitable candidate for this procedure; these include uncontrolled diabetes or poor overall health which could lead to healing complications following surgery.

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How much are dental implants in Frederick?

Our Frederick dental implant center offers various financing options to make dental implants affordable for our patients. The total cost of dental implants consists of various factors, including consultation fees, implant placement, custom-made dental crown, and other related procedures. Please contact us for further information on pricing and financing options suitable for your budget.

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Dental implant procedure

In dental implant procedure, the dentist surgically places a titanium post into the jawbone where natural tooth roots used to be. Then, over several months in a process called osseointegration, this post fuses with the bone making it strong and stable. Afterward, an abutment is attached to hold and support your artificial tooth or teeth in position. Finally you will receive replacement teeth that look natural and feel comfortable – just like real ones.

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Dental implant care

It's important to brush your dental implants daily with a soft bristled toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste. Flossing regularly helps remove plaque from around the implant. You should also use an interdental cleaner, like a water flosser or implant pick, to get between teeth once per day and follow regular check-ups with your dentist so they can keep track of how well you're caring for them. Lastly, avoid certain foods that may be too tough or sticky on the implants so as not to put undue stress on them.


Could you explain the various types of dental implants?

Dental implants come in three different types: single, multiple and full-mouth. Single tooth dental implants involve replacing a single missing or damaged tooth with an artificial one. Multiple tooth implants use several connected prostheses to replace multiple teeth while full-mouth dental implant replacement provides a new set of artificial teeth that span the entire mouth.

Why are dental implants expensive?

Dental implants carry a high price tag due to several factors, including the advanced technology and materials used, the expertise of dental professionals, and the multi-stage process involved. High-quality titanium or ceramic implants are costly, and the specialized training required for dentists performing the procedure adds to the expense. Additionally, the multi-stage process, often involving bone grafts and healing periods, results in higher overall treatment costs.

How can I make dental implants fit my budget?

To make dental implants more accessible, we can implement several strategies. First, offering flexible payment plans and financing options will ease the financial burden for patients. Second, providing educational resources and consultations can help demystify the process and alleviate concerns. Third, by collaborating with insurance providers to cover a larger portion of implant costs, we can further reduce barriers to treatment.

Understanding dental implant pain

Dental implants do not cause pain during the process as local anesthetics are generally used to numb the area. However, you may experience some discomfort or feel pressure while the implant is being placed in your jawbone. Afterwards, there can be slight soreness and tenderness near your gums—this should dissipate in a few days. Rarely, patients will experience more significant or long-lasting pain but this can usually be managed with antibiotics and/or over-the-counter anti-inflammatories like ibuprofen (following medical advice).

Dental implant substitutes

Alternatives to dental implants include bridges, which use remaining natural teeth for support; dentures, which are custom-made removable false teeth; and Maryland bonded bridges, which are fixed partial dentures made of plastic gums and artificial teeth.

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