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  • Master's Hand Dental

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    935 W Exchange Pkwy Ste 300

    Allen

    TX 75013

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  • Albuquerque Modern Dentistry

    StarStarStarStarStar

    2800-A Coors Blvd NW

    Albuquerque

    NM 87120

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  • 6 Day Dental - Allen

    StarStarStarStarStar

    1205 W McDermott Dr Ste 120

    Allen

    TX 75013

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  • ForwardDental - Appleton - Ballard

    StarStarStarStarStar

    3030 N Ballard Rd

    Appleton

    WI 54911

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  • Anaheim Hills Dental Group

    StarStarStarStarStar

    5731 E Santa Ana Canyon Rd Ste A

    Anaheim

    CA 92807

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  • Puyallup Modern Dentistry

    StarStarStarStarStar

    12005 Meridian E Ste 102

    Puyallup

    WA 98373

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  • Water Tower Dental Group

    StarStarStarStarStar

    2231 Michigan Ave

    Arnold

    MO 63010

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  • Bright Now! Dental - Arvada

    StarStarStarStarStar

    7985 B Wadsworth Blvd

    Arvada

    CO 80003

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  • Smile Line Dentistry - Antioch

    StarStarStarStarStar

    3220 Lone Tree Way Ste 102

    Antioch

    CA 94509

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  • NE Heights Modern Dentistry

    StarStarStarStarStar

    5901 Wyoming Blvd NE Ste W

    Albuquerque

    NM 87109

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Frequently asked questions

What types of dentists specialize in dental implants?

Several kinds of dentists have the proper knowledge to perform implant procedures. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons specialize in dental surgeries, which allows them to carry out more complicated procedures. Prosthodontists work in the field of tooth replacement, such as dentures, bridges, and implants. They know how to achieve aesthetically pleasing results. Periodontists focus on gum disease, which often leads to tooth loss. Therefore, these specialists typically obtain extra training in implant placement. General and cosmetic dentists also perform dental implant procedures if necessary.

How can I find a great dental implant specialist?

Choosing from many implant specialists may be overwhelming. Teeth replacements are often expensive, so it’s important to find a trusted dentist who accepts your insurance and won’t cost you a small fortune. Authority Dental can help. Contact us via phone or our online form, and we will match you with great specialists near you who comply with your requirements.

How much do dental implants cost?

The cost of dental implants can vary greatly depending on the type of replacement and the experience of the dentist. For a single tooth implant, you’ll pay a couple thousand dollars. Prices for a full arch start at $10,000 but can easily go two or three times higher.

Are dental implants worth the price?

Placing a dental implant demands a lot of precision and skill, obtained through years of training. The dentist must also have training in administering anesthesia. Teeth implants are made of durable and safe, yet expensive materials. The overall cost of the dental implant process is quite steep, but it’s considered the best method for replacing missing teeth.

Who can get dental implants?

Dentists recommend dental implant procedures for people with good general oral health and gum condition. The ideal candidate has a strong jaw bone, without a history of bone loss or abscess. Don’t worry if your oral health is not perfect—many obstacles to a perfect smile can be easily treated. Consult your case with an implant specialist.

Is dental implant surgery painful?

Implant dentists are gentle, and your comfort during the process is their priority. The procedure won’t start until the corresponding area in your mouth is completely numbed. You shouldn’t feel any pain during the drilling—only mild pressure at times. After surgery, you may experience moderate soreness for a couple of days. Persisting pain is a red flag that you should consult with your dentist.

How long does it take to get dental implants?

Dental implant surgery takes up to two hours. However, the whole process lasts much longer. The initial consultation, extractions, bone grafting, placement, and recovery can take from several months to two years in total. Same-day implants are possible, but not everyone is a good candidate. Dentists recommend one-day implants mostly for patients with good general and dental health.

Do I need bone grafting before the implant procedure?

In most cases, it’s not necessary. Nevertheless, dentists recommend bone grafting to patients that suffer from bone loss. In these cases, their jawbone is not dense enough to provide sufficient support for implant abutment and needs to be strengthened.

Do dentists refuse dental implants to patients who smoke?

Most dentists won’t recommend getting dental implants if you’re a smoker. The reason for this is that smoke harms gums and bones, weakening them long before the implant procedure even starts. Additionally, nicotine prevents the bone from fusing with the implant. In order to get implants, you’ll have to quit smoking for at least a couple of months before and after the procedure. If you are not ready to stop smoking, some dentists may refuse to perform the operation. The failure risk is too high.

What is the success rate of tooth implants?

Dentists from our datebase are excellent specialists, which means dental implant procedures are very safe. According to studies, the success rate for non-smokers is 98.6%. Modern technologies and additional procedures, such as bone grafting and sinus lifting, eliminate most risks of implant failure.

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