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A missing tooth or multiple missing teeth can happen for a variety of reasons. There's no need to worry; dental implants are the ultimate replacement solution.
In place of the missing tooth, a metal post is placed where the root was. Once it's securely fused with your jawbone, a crown (AKA your new tooth) is placed on top to replace your missing tooth. The result? A beautiful smile!
Our office works closely with the area's expert implant surgeon to place the implant safely. Then our team crafts the beautiful crown to complete your smile.
Explore the benefits of dental implants:
Ill-fitting dentures or worn down crowns don't look natural, but custom-crafted dental implants are made to look as if they were your natural teeth.
Each dental implant has a crown that is made just for your mouth! The size, color, and shape will be made to complement your facial aesthetic.
Your dental implant will fuse in place with your jawbone and feel like it was your own tooth. This allows you to eat all the foods you typically enjoy, without worrying about your mouth's functionality being affected or discomfort.
Schedule a dental implants consultation with our award-winning Centennial dentists today.
Dental implants are custom made for your mouth to fit comfortably and to restore your missing teeth effectively. They're the #1 dentist preferred method of replacing teeth.
Beyond the look of your smile, a missing tooth can cause bone loss and affect the functionality of your mouth. Dental implants fix this by providing the tooth structure you need.
The restorative dentistry treatment is made to replace missing teeth permanently. With proper care, your dental implants will last a lifetime and keep you smiling with full confidence.
We make excellent dental care a breeze with easy appointments, hassle-free referrals, and a team that truly cares!
Our modernized office and personalized care mean you're in good hands!
At Homestead Dental, our patients come first in everything we do. At the first meeting, we'll examine your smile and discuss your goals. We'll also answer any questions that you have.
There's no pressure in moving forward until you're 100% comfortable with the dental procedure.
View our amazing results!
‘‘Never-ending good practice, professional attitudes, helpful staff, superlative dentistry in every facet of this practice. They are THE BEST!
Howard F., Actual Patient
The cost of dental implants depends on your specific needs. Considering they're a permanent solution to missing teeth, the benefits of dental implants will far outweigh any initial cost.
Schedule a consultation to discuss your treatment and receive an estimate.
A person who is missing multiple teeth or even one tooth may be a candidate for dental implants.
A metal post will be placed where the root was to fuse with the jawbone, so an adequate amount of bone is needed in the jaw. Additionally, a person should be in reasonably good health and free of gum disease.
If you're considering replacing your teeth, contact us, and our dentists will determine the best restorative dentistry option for you.
The procedure shouldn't cause you pain. At Homestead Dental, we'll ensure your comfort before, during, and after the procedure.
If you feel mild discomfort afterward, which is common with many dental procedures, you can generally relieve this with over-the-counter medication.
Dental implants are designed to be a permanent teeth replacement solution. They can last for many years, even a lifetime with proper care.
Be sure to brush and floss daily, and visit your dentist regularly for cleanings and check-ups.
How long they last depend on your health, habits, and how your dentist places them. We'll refer you to a top implant surgeon for expert placement, and then create the perfect crown to complete your smile.
Our Centennial dentists offer restorative, cosmetic, family dentistry, and more. View all our services here.
We also work closely with oral surgeons and other local specialists to give you the best in dental care.
Our Centennial dental office proudly serves our surrounding communities, including Highlands Ranch, Englewood, Lone Tree, Greenwood Village, and Littleton.