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Miami Beach Dental Center
333 Arthur Godfrey Road, Suite 818, Miami Beach, FL 33140

For decades, the primary treatment for missing teeth has been dentures. These removable prosthetic teeth make it possible for patients to eat and participate in everyday life again. Unfortunately, dentures do not last as long as natural teeth, and some patients complain that the appearance of dentures is unnatural.

For increased peace of mind, patients in Miami Beach have started exploring dental implant options. These restorative alternatives provide a near-permanent solution to teeth missing due to decay or injury. If you are interested in getting dental implants in Miami Beach, review the general information below and schedule an appointment with our implant specialists to determine if dental implants are the right solution for you.

What Are Dental Implants?

Technological advances have provided new techniques in dental restoration, and affordable dental implants are among the most beneficial of these new options. Dental implants are replacement teeth that are surgically implanted for a long-lasting, secure fit. The crown fills the gaps between teeth with a natural-looking “tooth” that makes eating and speaking easy again.

Dental Implants Cost

The dental implants cost is affected by a variety of factors, including the materials and type of dental implants procedure used, any other related procedures you may require, and any dental implants insurance coverage you may have. After a consultation, our team will provide you with a personalized quote.

Our patients report that implants are a great personal investment due to their longevity, natural appearance, and secure placement in the mouth. Despite any extra dental implants cost, many patients prefer getting dental implants in Miami Beach, and our in-house financing provides additional payment options for any budget.

Insurance and Dental Implants

Few plans provide complete dental implants insurance coverage, but this is not a significant barrier for most of our patients in Miami Beach. Our flexible financing options make budgeting for dental procedures far more feasible, even for those without dental implant coverage.

Schedule a consultation with our implant specialists to obtain a personalized dental implants cost estimate that includes a breakdown of which procedures will be covered by your insurance and which will need to be paid out-of-pocket or financed.

A Typical Dental Implants Procedure

Your dental implants will be completed in two dental appointments. During the first appointment, your dentist will surgically implant a post in your jawbone. For an endosteal implant, the post will be embedded into the jawbone. For a subperiosteal implant, the post will be attached to the top of the jawbone, under the gum. After either an endosteal or subperiosteal implant, the area will need to heal before your dentist proceeds.

Once the incision area around the post heals, your dentist will schedule an appointment for your crown. The crown is the tooth-like cap that covers the post. It will be made to match your natural teeth, but made of much stronger material. Once the crown has been attached, the dental implants procedure is complete.

Benefits of The Dental Implants Procedure

Compared to other restoration options, dental implants are considered the most natural in appearance and the most durable. Since the color of the crown matches your nearby teeth, most people can’t tell the difference. The materials used in dental implants are long-lasting and require little repair or maintenance.

What our patients love most about dental implants is how secure they are. Since they are surgically implanted, patients never have to worry that they will fall out at an inopportune moment. Our patients report significant improvements in their personal and professional lives after their dental implants procedure.

Caring For Your New Dental Implants

One of the best benefits of dental implants is the ease of care after the procedure. While there will likely be some discomfort during the healing process, it is usually easily managed with over-the-counter pain medication.

Once healed, dental implants are as easy to care for as your natural teeth. Regular brushing, flossing and dental visits are all that is needed to ensure your dental implants stay strong and beautiful.

Am I a Candidate for Dental Implants?

Nearly any dental patient who is missing teeth can benefit from dental implants. Key suitability criteria include good jawbone health. To find out if you are a candidate for dental implants, schedule a consultation with one of our implant dentists. They will assess your situation and make the best recommendation for you.

How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

Due to the cost of dental implants, most patients want to know how long they can expect them to last. The fact is that with good oral hygiene habits, your dental implants can last anywhere from 10 years to the rest of your life. Dental implants are durable and long-lasting, and they provide the most permanent solution to missing teeth.

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