Jupiter Dental Group
175 Toney Penna Drive, Suite 105, Jupiter, FL 33458
For patients who have experienced tooth loss due to decay or injury, dentures are often an undesired option. Our implant specialists consult with patients to determine if dental implants are a suitable treatment option.
Many patients prefer getting dental implants in Jupiter due to their natural appearance and durability. Below, we’ll give you the information you need to know to determine if affordable dental implants are the best treatment for you.
Dental implants are a surgical alternative to removable dental prosthetics, such as dentures. Unlike dentures, dental implants are permanent and provide a very natural-looking replacement. Dental implants are made of the strongest medical materials and provide a long-lasting, natural tooth replacement.
Our flexible financing options are available to assist patients with the dental implants cost. Typically, dental implants are more costly than removable dentures or bridges due to the durability of the material and implant process.
Dental implants cost will vary from patient to patient. Factors that affect cost include any other required treatment, materials used in the dental implants, and the type of dental implants procedure used. Our dental implants specialists will provide a consultation to give you a breakdown of expected costs for your dental implants procedure.
Most insurance providers do not yet offer dental implants insurance. Though the dental implants procedure may not be fully covered by your insurance plan, other related procedures and treatment may be. Our specialists on dental implants in Jupiter can review your plan to see if you have dental implants insurance and determine exactly what dental implants cost will be covered. With our flexible financing, most patients who want affordable dental implants are able to get them.
There are two dental implants procedure types. Endosteal dental implants involve embedding a post directly in the jawbone. Subperiosteal dental implants, on the other hand, involve bonding the post to the top of the jawbone, under the gum. Treatment is equally successful with endosteal implants and subperiosteal dental implants, and the most effective technique will be employed based on your specific restoration needs.
After the post is implanted, the incision must be allowed to heal, which may take several weeks. At a follow-up appointment, the dentist will place the crown, which acts as a cap over the post and looks like a natural tooth. The crown fills in the space between teeth, restoring a healthy smile and allowing you to participate fully in daily activities again.
Dentures are a traditional restoration option that has been successful for decades. False teeth are suctioned to the top of the gumline, but they sometimes slip out or are unsuitable for eating certain types of food. Additionally, dentures wear out after years or can break and require repair or replacement. Patients report feeling a lack of confidence in dentures that impacts quality of life.
Dental implants, on the other hand, provide a long-lasting, natural-appearing solution. The materials used in construction are even stronger than natural teeth and designed to last for decades. Since they are surgically implanted, they will not slip out. The crown color is matched to the adjacent teeth, and patients are very happy with how natural dental implants appear.
Unlike other restoration options, dental implants do not require special care once healing is complete. Good dental habits, including regular brushing, flossing, and preventative appointments will keep dental implants beautiful for decades.
Dental implants are a good restoration option for most patients who are missing teeth due to injury or decay. To find out more about dental implants in Jupiter, schedule a consultation with our implant specialists. They will review your jawbone health and medical history to determine if you are an implant candidate.
With good oral hygiene habits, dental implants can last anywhere from decades to the rest of your life. They do not have any expected replacement or repair timeframe, and provide a permanent solution for patients with missing teeth.