If your jawbone can support them, dental implants are likely a great option to restore your teeth.
Dentures and bridges are methods of replacing your natural teeth, but they have their disadvantages. With dental implants, you will get as close as possible to having your own natural teeth in your mouth again. You can get one tooth restored or an entire arch. Since they are the best option for tooth restoration though, many are concerned with the cost.
If you are thinking about getting dental implants, you should probably think about it as a health investment. Your oral health will improve – and so will your mental health. Having a permanent smile that looks and feels like your natural one can give you the confidence and self-esteem that may be lacking with missing teeth.
How Much Will It Cost?
Dental implant procedures vary from person to person, so there is no set price on how much it will cost. We will go over everything with you during your consultations.
During your visit, Dr. Senft will need to determine if any procedures will need to be done before placing your dental implants. This may include extractions or bone grafting. The number of teeth needed to be replaced will also factor into the cost. If you only need one or two implants, it will be less expensive than replacing a full arch.
At South Florida Sedation Dentistry, we only use the best for our patients in order to give them the best smile they can get. That means our dental implants use the best materials. All of these factors will be discussed with you before any work is done and we’re here to answer any questions you have along the way.
Why Should I See Dr. Senft?
Dr. Mitchel Senft has years of experience with placing dental implants and graduated from the Misch Implant Institute. The knowledge and hands-on expertise he has gained makes him a perfect candidate to place your implants.
Dr. Senft uses the finest technology, such as nSequence®, which will guide him during the procedure. He is also able to restore implants with an overdenture, or with dentals crows and bridges. At South Florida Sedation Dentistry, we want your smile to feel whole again.