Implant Placement: Our doctors are the only Board Certified Implant Dentists in Denver, as Diplomates of the American Board of Oral Implantology, who both place and restore dental implants.
Implants are replacement for dental roots. They produce a solid foundation to support fixed or removable substitute teeth.
Are There Advantages To Dental Implants?
There are many benefits to implants, such as:
- You will have an improved appearance. Your dental implants will look and feel like your own teeth. Because implants integrate with your bone, they are permanent.
- You will likely notice an improvement in your speech. Poor-fitting dentures can cause your teeth to slip in your mouth creating slurred speech. When paired with implants, dentures gain stability, and enable you to speak worry free.
- You can expect improved comfort. Because implants become part of you, they get rid of the irritation of removable dentures.
- Eating becomes easier. Slipping dentures can make eating difficult. Your dental implants work just like your own teeth, enabling you to eat your favorite foods confidently and pain free.
- Your self-esteem will improve. By getting back your smile, or preventing “laughing out” your teeth, you feel more confident and even better about yourself.
- You can also expect an improvement in your oral health. Dental implants do not require the reduction of other teeth like a tooth-supported bridge does. Because your other teeth are not modified to support the implant, even more of your own teeth are left intact. This greatly enhances your long-term oral health. Individual implants also allow easier access between teeth making it easier to keep the space between your teeth clean.
- With good care, your implants can last a lifetime.
- Do you like convenience? Your dental implants eliminate the embarrassing hassle of removing your dentures, in addition to the need for messy adhesives to keep your dentures in position.
Before and After Dental Implants
Can Anyone Get Implants?
Generally, anybody healthy enough to have a routine oral surgery can be considered for dental implants. You want to have healthy gums and enough bone to support the implant. You must have good oral hygiene and maintain regular dental visits. Heavy smokers, those struggling with uncontrolled chronic disorders like diabetes or heart disease, people who’ve had radiation therapy to the head and neck, need to be assessed on an individual basis. If you’re considering dental implants, give us a call to see if they are right for you.
Does Insurance Cover the Cost of Dental Implants?
Generally, implants are not covered by dental insurance plans. Questions about your own personal needs and how they relate to your insurance can be discussed with us and your insurance provider.
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