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Dental implants have made huge strides in terms of aesthetics, quality and success rates in recent years. And, with low payment options and no money down financing, dental implants have become surprisingly affordable.

Many people become self-conscious because of missing teeth, failing teeth, or chronic dental problems. Dental implants last much longer than other dental restorative work and allow people to keep their teeth where they belong – in their mouth.

The fact is, dental implants have become one of the best alternatives to tooth restoration. They fit, feel and function much like natural teeth and can literally improve a person’s life, their ability to eat, and their appearance. They are a perfect solution for the patient who would otherwise have to resort to lesser alternatives that often lead to additional extractions and ill-fitting dentures.

Dental implants consist of titanium and other materials that are compatible with the human body. They start as posts that are surgically placed in the upper or lower jaw and function as a secure anchor for a replacement tooth.

The dental implants procedure consists of four basic steps:

  1. A comprehensive consultation and evaluation to determine the viability of a dental implant and to treat any pre-existing conditions that may impede success
  2. Implant placement of a titanium post as a secure foundation for the replacement tooth
  3. A full mouth impression for the creation of a custom crown by a dental lab, to look and feel like a real tooth and fit naturally with surrounding teeth
  4. Implant crown placement of the replacement tooth

Dental implants are cosmetically designed to blend in with other teeth. They are stable, strong and are the most natural-looking, natural-feeling replacement for missing teeth.

Dental implants can be surprisingly affordable, especially when provided by a dental office with low payment plans and no money down financing. You’ll want to speak with your dentist about your options, but if you’re considering a dental implant for a missing tooth, most patients say it’s the best decision they’ve ever made.

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