Single Dental Implant

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Single Dental Implant procedure
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Single Tooth Dental Implants

Single tooth dental implants involve the installation of a titanium implant, which looks very much like a screw, into the jawbone. Over a period of two to six months, this titanium implant will fuse with the jawbone to actually become part of your mouth. This process is known as Osseointegration. While you're waiting for this process to develop, a temporary tooth replacement option can be put in place, so you can have the use of a good temporary solution.

Once the fusion between implant and jawbone is complete, a replacement tooth or crown, will be prepared by your dentist and attached to an abutment, which is a small metal post. When the entire process is complete, you'll have a very solid foundation for your new tooth, and you'll be able to enjoy a restored smile and full functionality of your mouth.

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Healing Time for a Dental Implant

The healing process is generally different from one patient to the next, but generally speaking it will be necessary for a number of months to elapse. This is because the process of osseointegration is taking place, wherein the titanium implant is actually fusing with your jawbone to become part of your mouth. This healing time is very important, because it will provide a solid anchor for your replacement tooth, and since it's a permanent part of your mouth, it will probably never need replacement.

Benefits and limitations of single implant treatment

  • Benefits of Single Implants
    Probably the most important benefit of having a single implant installed is that it becomes a permanent part of your mouth, and will likely last your entire lifetime. That means it will be an extremely solid foundation for the replacement tooth which gets installed, and you'll never have to worry about any slippage in your mouth. When your smile gets restored, and you have full functionality for biting and chewing, as well as speaking clearly, you'll also probably become much more self-confident. It's no exaggeration to say that this kind of confidence can lead to a whole new outlook on life.
  • Limitations of Dental Implants
    Despite the tremendous advantages imparted by dental implants, there are some downsides which at least some patients have experienced. As with any type of surgery, there's always a risk of infection, although your dentist will take steps to prevent this. There could also be delayed bone healing, damage to other teeth, or nerve damage which occurs during surgery. The success rate of single tooth implants is overwhelmingly positive however, with 96% of all cases considered extremely successful.

When are single-tooth implants used?

Single tooth implants are indicated when a patient has lost perhaps one or two teeth in the upper or lower arch. It's also best if a candidate patient has sufficient jawbone to allow for the titanium implant to be easily installed. In some cases, it's still possible to build up an inadequate jawbone so as to proceed with the implant.

Before & After

Actual Patients: Dental Implants

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At Shahbazyan DDS Cosmetic & General Dentistry, we offer single dental implants to patients, or any of the other possible types of implants. We also provide virtually all kinds of general dentistry, and even some forms of cosmetic dentistry. Let our years of experience help you achieve better dental health, and provide you with the kind of smile you've always wanted. Contact us today, so we can setup an initial consultation, and get you started on the road to better dental health.
You should contact us at Shahbazyan DDS Cosmetic & General Dentistry, where we can arrange for an initial consultation, and answer any questions you might have about the procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the cost of a single tooth implant?
A: When it's only necessary to install a single dental implant, the cost to a patient might be between $1,000 and $3,000, although it could cost an additional $500-$3,000 to have the abutment and the crown installed with it. Typically, the cost for the entire installation of an implant and crown will be somewhere between $1,500 and $6,000. There is a special offer at Shahbazyan DDS; Available For New Patients only starting at $1699. Contact us to Grab your offer now!

Q: What are the options for a single tooth replacement?
A: A patient actually has a number of options when a single tooth needs to be replaced. You could have a single tooth dental implant put in place, or you might choose to have a partial denture installed. A denture will always be the least expensive option, but it will come with a few disadvantages, such as a lack of solid anchoring. Of course, you could also choose to do nothing, but this could cause surrounding teeth to begin leaning in the direction of the missing tooth, and eventually cause oral issues.

Our Technology

CEREC Technology allows us to provide our patients with Same Day Restorations.
No more messy impression materials or hassle with annoying temporaries! CAD/CAM Technology offers our patients the opportunity to have a beautiful restoration designed, fabricated and delivered in a single appointment! Here’s how:
Using, CEREC Technology, we are able to take a photo scan of your tooth with a special laser camera that safely captures the anatomy of the prepared tooth and renders it as a 3-dimensional image.

We then customizes your crown, inlay or onlay using your digital “impression” and 3D imaging software while you relax with a magazine or music headphones.

After the doctor approves the final design, the CEREC milling system employs CAD/CAM technology to shape your restoration from a high-strength, metal-free ceramic or composite block in a shade to match your smile. This eliminates the repeat visit after sending the impression off to a lab, as this is now able to be done right in the office while you are in the chair!

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