Our team at Roots Dental is here to help you smile with confidence again. Take the quiz to see if you are a candidate for dental implant treatment.
The cost of All-on-implants can vary depending on a variety of factors, including the type and number of implants needed, the complexity of the surgery, and any other treatments that may be necessary. On average, All-on-implants treatments tend to cost more than traditional single tooth due to their advanced nature. However, many patients find this cost worth it due to their increased durability and longevity compared to traditional dentures.
All-on-dental-implants are a swift procedure that can often be completed in just one visit to the dentist’s office. This means you can get a full set of teeth replaced in a single appointment, eliminating time spent dealing with partial dentures or waiting for multiple appointments or surgeries for other dental implants. Moreover, since All-on-dental-implant posts are placed at once during the same procedure, there is less risk associated with each step and less overall recovery time associated with your treatment plan.
The healing process for an All-on-denture treatment typically takes 3-6 months before complete recovery is achieved. However, you will hopefully be healing with teeth fixed in place. During this period, patients can expect some swelling and pain at the site of the implant placement, although this will diminish after several days post-surgery. Additionally, dietary restrictions such as soft foods should be followed while recovering from the procedure in order to give adequate time for proper healing and integration between your mouth’s existing bone structures and the newly placed titanium posts before more strenuous activities such as chewing are resumed. After several months following initial placement, your dentist will assess how well your body has integrated with these new titanium posts to determine if you’re ready for your final restoration.
Getting an implant involves a minor surgical procedure, during which your dentist will insert the implants into your jawbone. Be sure to follow the post-operative care instructions we provide you with to ensure a comfortable recovery.
You will visit our office 3-4 times during your dental implant treatment experience. The full process includes your initial consultation, treatment planning, surgery, and follow-ups to check on your progress.
Yes, our team provides nitrous oxide sedation to patients undergoing implant surgery to ensure a painless and relaxing experience.
Missing teeth make it difficult to properly eat your food, leading to digestive problems and nutritional deficiencies. After you lose a tooth, your jaw will also begin to shrink, which will cause your facial muscles to sag.