Life-Changing Dental Implants
The lifestyle transformation you’ll achieve with dental implants is virtually unattainable by any other restorative option available. They’re so much more than a new set of teeth; they can bring you a higher quality of life, where eating, speaking, and smiling never again cause you pain nor worry. With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime, providing you with nearly all of the same function and beauty as that of natural, healthy teeth.
Dental implants take the place of your natural teeth, including their function and stimulation of the jaw bone, and appear natural with today’s high-quality materials. All these features set dental implants apart in restorative dentistry as one of the best solutions for missing teeth, and are the reason they’re considered the gold standard in tooth replacement. We think you don’t deserve anything less.
Your Custom Dental Implant Options
Dental implants are one of the most versatile tooth replacements available, able to replace any number of missing teeth. They can support a dental bridge or dental crown to replace one or more missing teeth in a row. Dental implants can also be used to increase the stability of a modified denture, which snaps securely to the implants placed in the jawbone. For patients with many or all missing teeth, dental implants can permanently support a full, fixed bridge of artificial teeth. Your options for full mouth dental implants include acrylic, a thimble bridge (metal frame with individual crowns), or zirconia, which provides the greatest long-term aesthetics, strength, and function. Full mouth dental implants make it possible to eat any type of food with life-like, strong teeth. In all cases, dental implants improve your ability to eat comfortably, feel confident in a complete smile, and live an overall healthier and better quality of life.
Single Dental Implants
Implant Supported Bridge
Implant Supported Dentures
Full Mouth Dental Implants
Dental Implant Treatment Process
Your dental implant treatment at Cape Dental Care is personalized to your specific oral health needs and smile goals. You’ll first complete a consultation with our implant dentist, where we’ll discuss your dental and medical history, take digital x-rays, and create a custom treatment plan. If you need tooth extractions or bone grafting, we’ll be able to determine if these need to be completed before your implant surgery or if they can be performed in the same surgical visit. Next, using our state-of-the-art CAD/CAM software systems, we’ll digitally design your new restoration and virtually map out where to place the dental implants in your jawbone.
Based on these digital designs, we can create your custom surgical guide and have it 3D printed right in our onsite dental lab. In highly esthetic cases, we can also use this software to provide you with a smile simulation so you can see how your new smile with dental implants will look!
The next phase of your treatment involves dental implant placement surgery. With advanced technology and relaxing sedation dentistry, this surgery is comfortable and efficient and can be completed in just a few hours. During surgery, each dental implant post will be placed in strategic locations in your jawbone with assistance from the surgical guide to avoid nerves while optimizing longevity and aesthetics. In many cases, we’re able to attach a temporary tooth or set of teeth at this same appointment. Our dental lab allows us to provide temporary full arch restorations, hand-crafted for a perfect fit by our skilled lab technician. You’ll be able to leave our office with these teeth attach to the dental implants so you can begin enjoying their benefits immediately! As your mouth heals over the next three or more months, you’ll be able to eat comfortably and enjoy restored smile aesthetics until you receive your permanent, custom-made dental implant restoration.
Why Choose Dental Implants?
Dental implants provide numerous advantages over other tooth replacement options. Unlike dentures, dental implants are permanently secured in your jawbone and act like artificial tooth roots (implant posts). They are permanently fixed and stable enough to restore over 99% of natural biting and chewing power. Unlike dental bridges, dental implants do not require healthy teeth to be present to support the restoration. Dental implants only need proper jawbone density to remain secure and strong, where they will in turn provide stimulation to keep the bone healthy. For this reason, implants are one of the preferred solutions and virtually all patients who come to Cape Dental Care are candidates for dental implants.
The Lasting Benefits Of Dental Implants
Making Dental Implants Affordable
Along with lasting, life-changing advantages, dental implants also come with a higher initial cost than traditional alternatives. But as the closest thing to natural teeth, the higher cost of dental implants is immediately matched by the dramatic improvements to your self-esteem, oral health, and systemic health. This boost in the quality of your life cannot be understated. We recognize these transformative effects which is why we do everything we can to make your dental implant treatment in our Cape Coral, FL implant practice affordable. We bundle our dental implant treatment costs, with no surprise fees and offer a 5-year warranty on all our dental implants. We’ll also file your insurance claim on your behalf and connect you with leading financing companies that can break your payment down into manageable monthly payments. We’ll make receiving dental implants from an experienced implant dentist in Cape Coral, FL affordable! Don’t wait to find out how.
Our Patients Tell The Story Best
A Dental Implant on my front tooth made it possible to smile again
With my Implant Supported Dentures, I feel confident to be in pictures again
Dental Implants After Bone Grafts
I felt such joy when I saw my smile again after getting my dental implants
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