MULTIPLE DENTAL IMPLANTS - ALPINE DENTISTRY, UT
Restore Your Smile Permanently
Experience A New Life With Permanent Dental Implants
A life with multiple missing teeth is never an enjoyable life. Chewing and talking become uncomfortable. Also, the remaining teeth can move and shift into the gaps. Missing teeth can also cause you to have jawbone loss, affecting the way you look. Consider multiple dental implants to restore your smile.
If you have missing teeth, you may feel ashamed or shy about your appearance. Missing teeth might even lead you to change the way you speak or smile to hide the gaps from view.
If you have one or multiple missing teeth, our dental team at Alpine Dentistry can help you. The dental implants we can provide you will restore the look and function of your teeth. It will also make them healthy for life.
Dental implants replace your tooth’s roots, providing a life-long foundation for replacement teeth. We insert the implants (titanium posts) into your jawbone. Then, a few months later, we attach dental crowns or bridges to the posts to replace your missing teeth.
Are you looking to improve your appearance, speech, and self-esteem? If so, please reach out to us at Alpine Dentistry. We can provide the help you need to restore your smile permanently.
If you are afraid of dental treatment, we understand. You are not alone! We can offer you many options to make sure you feel no pain during your surgery.
Know Your Options
What Are Your Options for Replacing Teeth?
If you have more than one missing tooth, we have some options to restore your mouth’s look and function. Tooth replacement options for you will include: Removable partial dentures consist of a gum-colored base with replacement teeth. This dental appliance rests on your gum tissue and clasps onto your remaining teeth. A tooth-supported bridge is an artificial tooth (or teeth) that spans a gap where one or more of your teeth are missing. We usually place a crown on either side of your missing tooth as anchors for the bridge. The whole bridge looks like your natural teeth.
At Alpine Dentistry, we offer you the above teeth-replacement options. However, we often recommend implant-supported crowns or bridges. These replacement teeth are ideal if the remaining teeth are not strong or healthy. Implant-supported bridges attach to the dental implants we place into the jawbone. These appliances fully restore your teeth’ natural look and function. Unlike removable dentures, dental implants will prevent bone loss. Implants will also keep your remaining teeth from shifting.
Removable Partial Denture
Removable Dental Bridge
Personalized Treatment with Multiple Dental Implants
Stage 1: Your Personalized Consult
1. Review your medical history
2. Decide on the best sedation for your needs and
3. Discuss the prosthesis (artificial teeth) you need before the process; you may be unsure about certain aspects of the treatment. Your dental team at Alpine Dentistry will be happy to answer all your questions. Next, you will move forward with the pre-implant dental exam. After examining your mouth, your dentist will take a CBCT scan and photographs. We use these images to create surgical guides and your prosthesis.
Stage 2: Your Placement Surgery
Stage 3: Recovery And Restoration
Affording Your Multiple Dental Implants
Dental implants cost more than tooth-supported bridges and partial dentures. However, your new implants have the same qualities as natural teeth for a higher price. You will also never need to replace, adjust, or fasten your implant-supported dentures. Like natural teeth, your implants will never cause discomfort or gum irritation.
If you can’t afford an upfront payment for dental implants, the good news is that we can help. At Alpine Dentistry, we offer flexible financing options through CareCredit and Mountain America Credit Union.
Dental implant and denture costs are all-inclusive and include your First consultation, all the needed scans, sedation as well as post-op treatments. If you have several missing teeth, our dental implant treatment may be the ideal solution for you. Be sure to contact us and schedule a visit to learn more about this permanent dental solution.