A dental implant is a small titanium post that is surgically placed into the jawbone, providing a foundation for a replacement tooth or teeth. Placing an implant is a common surgical procedure performed by your highly trained dentist at Aspen Dental.
With over 1,100 convenient locations nationwide, there’s an Aspen Dental office that’s on your corner and in your corner when it comes to exploring tooth replacement solutions. Visit your local Aspen Dental office or schedule an appointment today to speak with one of our dental implant professionals.
Most patients experience only mild discomfort during and after the implant procedure. To ensure ease during treatment, pain medication is distributed if needed. Your Aspen Dental care team is here to always keep you comfortable. Please note that pain tolerance varies from patient to patient.
The implant process can vary depending on your personal needs, but it typically takes a few months to complete, given the bone can take up to 6 months to heal. This includes your initial consultation, implant placement surgery and then the placement of the final restoration.
While dental implants are a great option for many patients, they may not be suitable for everyone. Factors such as bone density, overall health and lifestyle habits can impact a patient’s candidacy for implants. Meet with an Aspen Dental dentist near you to determine if dental implants are the right choice for you.
Dental implants offer the best long-term value for your smile replacement needs. Completing your implant journey will take several months to ensure your bone has enough time to heal after your implants are placed. Additionally, they cost more upfront—but with proper care, you can enjoy 25+ years of wear.
Yes, dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth, multiple teeth, or even an entire arch of teeth. Your Aspen Dental dentist will work with you to determine the best care plan based on your individual needs.
There are 3 main types of dental implants: endosteal implants, subperiosteal implants and zygomatic implants. The difference between each type is the material used and the procedure to secure them. The most common procedure is the endosteal implants, involving the small titanium post being secured to the jawbone. Your Aspen Dental care team can discuss which option is right for you.