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Dental implants have made life easier for those who have lost one or more teeth or who need dentures. Made of titanium, both Endosteal and Subperiosteal implants serve as an alternative to conventional bridges and dentures. Because they look and feel more like natural teeth, they can be used to replace missing teeth to create healthy, strong and attractive smiles.

Types of Dental Implant

Dental implants are small titanium posts that are placed into the jaw bone (through surgery) to serve as artificial tooth roots. Once the implant has successfully integrated with the bone, an abutment is screwed into the implant to provide a surface where the tooth crown will be cemented.

We offer dental implants in Phoenix, Arizona, including these two types:

The Endosteal dental implant is surgically placed into the jawbone and is used as an alternative for patients who have bridges or removable dentures. In just a few months, the implant securely attaches to the bone. This successful osseointegration makes the implant able to withstand the same biting and chewing forces as a healthy, natural tooth.

The Subperiosteal dental implant is secured on top of the jaw so that the posts protrude through the gum to hold the prosthesis. These types of implants are used for those who are unable to wear conventional dentures.

Benefits of Dental Implants

No matter which type you need, there are several benefits to choosing dental implants over other tooth replacement options:

Jaw Bone Health

The nice thing about new dental implants is that they do not affect bordering teeth and, because they maintain bone mass, dental implants can help prevent additional tooth loss and prevent that sunken look so prevalent in those who are missing teeth. Plus, dental implants are made of titanium. This material, when it osseointegrates with the jaw bone, can strengthen the area and even stimulate bone growth, thereby preventing many oral problems, in future.

Durability

While dentures and bridges are more affordable than implants, they are often more expensive over time as they require repair and replacement every five to ten years. On the other hand, dental implants can last a lifetime, especially with proper placement and care.

Improved Quality of Life

Attached with a tooth crown that looks and feels like a natural tooth, a dental implant allows you to eat the same food you have always enjoyed. It also eliminates the possible embarrassment and daily hassles that come with wearing traditional dentures.

Getting a Dental Implant in Our Phoenix Practice

Our cosmetic dentist (AZ), Dr. Ginger Price is a specialist in dental implant reconstruction, dental implant restoration, dental bridge placement, and dental crown placement. After an initial examination to assess your teeth, gums and bone structure, she will be able to give you an idea of how long the process will take to complete. She can give you an estimated recovery time and detail the necessary oral hygiene to ensure optimal long term results.

To learn more about the benefits of new dental implants that are durable and long lasting and repairs or dental reconstruction, contact our office today today. Ph (602) 468-1135.

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If you are seeking a family cosmetic dentist, we are a popular choice for residents living in the Arizona areas of Biltmore, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale, Litchfield Park, Anthem, Mesa, Apache Junction, Tempe, Queen Creek, Carefree, Cave Creek, Flagstaff, Payson, Prescott, Tucson, Casa Grande, Gilbert, Chandler, and Fountain Hills.

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“Our whole family is patients of Dr. Price. She goes out of her way to make her patients feel special. What’s more, it’s authentic! If you are looking for excellence, served with superior comfort and care, Dr. Price is the only dentist to see.”
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Phoenix, Arizona 85016
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