SE MI's Best Prices for Dental Implants!
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If you’re missing groups of teeth, it’s nearly impossible to enjoy life. A sagging cheek and jaw can make you look older and certainly makes it hard to eat the foods you love. At My Family Dental centers, you have options. You’re no longer limited to a partial, denture or bridge to replace your missing teeth – unless we both decide that is truly your best choice.
Implant Supported (Snap On) Dentures
You may have also noticed changes in how your teeth fit together or even your appearance. Implant supported dentures from My Family Dental are a more permanent option to traditional dentures. They offer the comfortable, secure tooth replacement solution you need to enjoy a healthy, attractive smile.
Starting at $399 (per surgical placement), our FDA approved dental implants are more affordable than you think!
The $399 covers the surgical placement of one dental implant for an average savings of $1,350 per implant!
All On Four Teeth-In-A-Day
The All-on-4® or All-on-6® implant technique is a permanent implant option, that allows our patients to overcome extensive tooth loss, problems with their current dentures or go right from extractions to tooth replacement in a single day. Our doctors strategically place four dental implants within the jawbone.
A dental implant is a small, sturdy, titanium screw like post that is placed into your jawbone. Once the bone in your jaw has grown around the dental implant, it acts like the root of a natural tooth. Then a crown, bridge or denture is put in place.
Dental implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth that will keep you smiling for life. They are very durable and can last a lifetime, however, they do require the same attention as natural teeth. It is important to brush, floss and continue with regular dental check-ups. Patients like dental implants because they never slip or shift in your mouth while eating and speaking.
Reasons you may be a candidate for, or consider dental implants:
- Replace one or more teeth.
- Provide support for a partial denture.
- Enhance chewing comfort.
- Gain confidence while smiling, talking and eating.
- Regain overall confidence.
- Improve appearance.
- Improve the support and stability of full upper or lower denture.
Without the presence or the root system of a natural tooth, the jaw can shrink and your remaining teeth can shift and start to lay down. The shrinkage will make you look much older than you are, and the shifting teeth will cause occlusion problems with your bite (or the way your teeth come together.) Occlusion issues cause problems with eating properly as well as possible pain and tenderness.
The cost of a tooth replacement with dental implants is dependent on several factors, including the number of teeth being replaced, and the number of dental implants required to support the new teeth. If there is not enough bone to support the implants, some additional procedures may be necessary, like a bone graft or sinus lift. This will ensure the long-term health of your dental implants.
On average for Southeast Michigan, a single surgical dental implant costs $1750. We are offering that same single surgical dental implant to you for just $399 per surgical implant. This is an average savings of $1350 per implant!
Dental implant candidates are generally people who have one or missing teeth due to an injury or decay. The determining factor will be the amount of available bone to support the implant.
Your overall health is more of a determining factor than your age. If you're healthy enough to have a tooth extracted, then you're probably healthy enough to receive dental implants. There are, however, certain chronic diseases that may prevent you from receiving dental implants. We will be able to assess your health history when you come in for your FREE consultation.
Dental implants provide a more natural look and feel than dentures and dental bridges. Reason being, when an entire tooth (along with crown and root) is missing, your jawbone shrinks and causes your face to look older. Dental implants can stop this process where a traditional dental bridge or dentures cannot.
Dental implants preserve your natural teeth. With a traditional bridge, the teeth on either side of the missing tooth/teeth are ground down and used as anchors for the dental bridge. A dental implant eliminates the need to change those healthy teeth.
Dental Implants are a permanent solution, whereas dentures and dental bridges are temporary. There are no removable parts with a dental implant, so there is no worry of losing or breaking anything. The dental implant is permanent and stable, and does not need any adjusting as does a dental bridge or dentures. Dental implants are intended to be with you for life.
Dental implant supported teeth look and feel natural. You will be able to eat and drink whatever you like without any complications or discomfort. The most wonderful improvement, will be how you feel about your smile and your overall appearance. If you were self-conscious or embarrassed by your smile, your self-esteem will soar as you smile your way through the rest of your life.
When dental implants are used in combination with modern restorative dentistry, their appearance, comfort, and function will most likely surprise you. When done correctly, they are hard to tell apart from your natural teeth.
The dental implant will feel natural in every way and after a brief adjustment period, you won't even know that it's there. Chewing, biting, and talking will all be natural and comparable to your natural teeth.
The surgical placement of a dental implant is generally a six-month commitment. The bone and gums need time to heal before placing the permanent crown. But fear not- you will not have to walk around with a gaping hole where your tooth should be. We will give you a temporary tooth that looks real until your healing is complete.
As with any surgery there is some discomfort and a healing process. Most patients share that they were much more comfortable than they had anticipated. Your dentist will prescribe medication to ease the discomfort that may occur.
It's normal to have some slight bruising and swelling of your gums and soft tissue. This can typically be treated with an ordinary pain reliever. Most patients are able to return to work the next day.
You will take care of your new teeth just as you should your natural teeth; by brushing and flossing at least twice a day, and coming into the office every six months for a hygiene appointment.