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Dental Implants — Pembroke Pines, FL

The Most Detailed Tooth Replacement Treatment Available

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When you’re trying to replace teeth, it’s important to keep in mind that traditional methods only replace the tooth partially. Bridges and dentures only fill the gap in your smile and do not address many of the underlying issues that come with tooth loss. In contrast, dental implants in Pembroke Pines take tooth replacement a step further, ensuring that eating your favorite foods, smiling, and maintaining oral health is easy and seamless. To schedule your first implant consultation, give Dr. Friedland’s dental office a call today!

Why Choose Friedland Family Dentistry of Pembroke Pines for Dental Implants?

What Are Dental Implants?

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Dental implants are meant to act as prosthetic roots, which means they effectively replace all parts of the tooth in order to create a seamless replacement in nearly every single way. This not only provides you confidence when chewing your favorite foods and smiling, but it also ensures your future oral health is being protected from problems like bone resorption. Dentists often recommend them to replace teeth over other options because they provide the best long-term solution for missing teeth. And, since they can be used to replace any number of teeth, they are significantly more versatile as well.

The Dental Implant Process

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While many dental offices will have you visit another dentist offsite to complete the surgical portion of your implant treatment, Dr. Friedland and his team want to make the entire treatment process as convenient as possible. This means every step of treatment, from the placement to the restoration, is performed entirely in-house. While Dr. Friedland is capable of providing dental implant placements, his in-house periodontist is prepared to manage more complicated implant cases, including All-on-4 and sinus lifts to help patients be eligible for treatment.

How Long Does the Implant Process Take?

Once the dental implant post has been placed into your jaw, it will undergo a process called osseointegration. The surrounding bone tissue will gradually fuse with the biocompatible titanium post, which is what will eventually give your new tooth its impressive comfort, function, and longevity. Typically, it will take several months after your surgery to move on to placing your final restoration.

Benefits of Dental Implants

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Dental implants in Pembroke can give you a new lease on life. Apart from their ability to provide greater stability and full functionality, you can expect to enjoy your smile for significantly longer than if you go with a traditional tooth replacement method. If you’re ready to get started, or you want to learn more about the many benefits associated with dental implants, contact us today.

Who Dental Implants Can Help

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Dental implants are a great choice for anyone with missing teeth! Since they replace the missing tooth’s roots and stimulate blood flow in the jawbone, they’re the healthiest tooth replacement option available whether you’re 19 or 99! You’ll typically need to have three things to be a good candidate for dental implants:

Tooth replacement means restoring all of the teeth that you need, not simply individual teeth. Thankfully, dental implants allow you to do exactly this. Whether you’re replacing a single tooth or an entire arch, here’s how we get it done.

Missing One Tooth

Replacing a single tooth requires a single implant to be placed into the jaw and then given several months of time to heal. Once the implant has fully integrated with your bone tissue, an abutment can be placed, which gives the dental crown a stable foundation. Finally, a porcelain crown is placed on top for the most optimal esthetics possible.

Missing Multiple Teeth

If you have multiple consecutive teeth to replace, a dental bridge can be customized to fit on top of a pair of dental implants. By replacing teeth in this way, there’s no need to modify existing teeth to hold a bridge. You can also achieve all the benefits that you’d expect from dental implants, despite coming in a bridge form.

Missing All Teeth

Full and partial dentures can both easily be customized to fit with dental implants. Typically, four to six implants are used to hold a denture. Alternatively, an all-on-4 treatment can replace an entire arch of missing teeth with just four titanium posts strategically placed in the thickest areas of your jawbone. What’s more, you can enjoy your newly rebuilt smile the same day as your surgery! During your consultation, we’ll review your health to determine if all-on-4 implants are a good choice for you.

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Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

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At Friedland Family Dentistry of Pembroke Pines, we know the impact that having an incomplete smile can have on your confidence. That’s why we offer advanced, affordable dental implants to replace the entire structure of missing teeth. Not only does this restorative treatment offer a variety of unique benefits, but the beautiful results that we’re able to achieve are truly priceless. Below, we’ve outlined some of the basic factors that can impact the cost of your procedure and all of the hassle-free ways you can pay.

Preliminary Treatments & Dental Implant Surgery

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One great benefit of the dental implant procedure is that the cost can be spread apart across several appointments that take place over the course of multiple months. Keep in mind that some treatments may be needed ahead of time before dental implants can be placed confidently. Here are some separate parts of the dental implant procedure that can incur different fees to make paying for the procedure manageable:

Are Implants Worth The Financial Investment?

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Patients and professionals will agree that dental implants are well worth the investment because of all of the unique benefits that they offer. Unlike traditional restorations that have a lifespan of between five and 10 years, dental implants are designed to easily last 30 years, but can last up to a lifetime. Not only does this make them a more cost-effective tooth replacement solution in the long run, but it can also save you several trips to the dentist due to loose-fitting or damaged dentures and bridges.

Does My Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

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Unfortunately, many dental insurance providers don’t cover the cost of the implant procedure. This is largely due to the fact that they still consider it a “cosmetic” treatment. However, at Friedland Family Dentistry of Pembroke Pines, we offer several easy ways to pay, including financing through CareCredit. In some cases, medical insurance will also provide coverage for certain stages of the implant process, like preparatory procedures. Our team is more than happy to help you learn more!

Dental Implant Post- Op Instructions

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Some patients feel up to continuing on with their normal daily activities after their dental implant surgery. However, we typically recommend that you plan to take it easy for the rest of the day. It’s normal to experience some slight bleeding, swelling, and fatigue for a few days after your surgery. We’ll give you pain medication that will help ease any discomfort you may feel once the anesthetic from your surgery wears off. As you recover, it’s important that you eat soft, nutritious foods, stay hydrated, and brush around the implant site carefully to promote faster healing.

Maintaining & Caring for Your Dental Implants

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Not only do dental implants look and feel just like a natural tooth—they can be cared for just as easily as well! You won’t need to change your daily dental routine or buy any special products or cleaners. Simply continue to brush, floss, and rinse with mouthwash every day to keep your dental implant beautiful, strong, and firmly in place for decades to come.

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