Multiple Tooth Implant
If you have ever experienced substantial tooth loss, have multiple teeth that are missing, decayed or damaged, this could alter the appearance and functionality of your mouth. You may be a good candidate for multiple tooth implants. Our team at Dennis Bradshaw Dentistry strives to provide our patients with the very best in restorative dentistry procedures. We can provide you with a completely new smile through the use of multiple tooth implants. Multiple tooth implants may be needed for a variety of reasons. Tooth decay that has affected a majority of your teeth or substantial tooth loss are the most common reasons that warrant them. However, significant dental trauma as the result of an accident or traffic crash can make multiple tooth implants needed. Whatever the cause of your missing teeth, we can help.
Other Multiple Tooth Restoration Options
If you have a combination of missing and damaged teeth, our team can combine restoration options. If you have a gap in your smile as a result of missing consecutive teeth, our team can utilize an implant-supported dental bridge to fill the void left by missing teeth. Our professionals can utilize dental crowns to restore and protect your damaged teeth. These cumulative restorative efforts can provide you with a bright, complete smile. If you are missing an individual tooth, we can also place a single tooth implant. One of the advantages of dental implants is their versatility in replacing missing teeth - single teeth, multiple teeth, or a full arch replacement. Dental implants are considered the preferred choice for replacing teeth. They are a sturdy and permanent solution, unlike dentures that can slip or loosen, and need to be replaced every several years.
Dental Implant FAQs
How Long Does a Dental Implant Procedure Take?
The number of implants being placed, the intricacy of the case, and the pre-implant procedures influence the duration. On average, the process can take three to nine months to complete, since several stages are involved including implant surgery, healing, and placement of crowns or dentures.
How to Relieve Pain from a Dental Implant
Follow the dentist's recommendations for pain management guidelines, which may include over-the-counter pain medications and applying an ice pack to the outside of the cheek. This will help minimize swelling and alleviate discomfort.
Why Does My Dental Implant Hurt When I Chew?
Dental implant pain while chewing can be caused by various factors, such as improper positioning of the implant. Further, an infection or inflammation around the implant, or an issue with the restoration placed on top of the implant can cause pain while chewing.
How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
Tooth implants involve several procedures to complete successfully. After the surgical placement of the implant screws, the crowns are placed. Crowns are likely to cost $800 to $1,500 per tooth while implants range from $3,000 and $4,500 for every single tooth. The implant materials and number of teeth being replaced influence the price. Dennis Bradshaw Dentistry understands every individual's unique needs and offers world-class dental care services. Call (509) 547-9549 to find out how our dentist can help replace your missing teeth.