Have questions about dental implants and whether they’re right for you? We’re pleased to offer a free implant consultation, which includes an X-ray. Call (303) 214-9195 to schedule your consult.
Dental implants are one of the most exciting breakthroughs to occur in modern dentistry! Thanks to improved materials, technology, and techniques, more people are candidates for implants than ever before, and the cost of implants is more affordable than it’s ever been!
Dental implants can be the perfect solution for a single missing tooth and multiple missing teeth. Implants are also a great alternative to dentures.
The primary types of dental implants are described below:
Single Tooth Implants
Singe tooth implants are used to replace a single missing tooth. A single tooth implant consists of one implant post and one crown on top of it, connected through a tiny abutment part. Single tooth implants are a great choice if you’ve lost a tooth (or teeth) to accident, injury, illness, gum disease, decay, or heredity (a permanent tooth never emerged). Whatever the case, opting for a dental implant instead of a traditional bridge is often the best choice.
Multiple Teeth Implants
Multiple missing teeth can be replaced using a combination of implants and a bridge. For example, if you’re missing multiple teeth in a row, fixed bridgework can be fabricated, which will be supported by implants on either end.
Dentures Supported By Implants
Implants can be placed to stabilize dentures and to help prevent bone loss (which can lead to changes in your smile and/or the contour of your face.
All On 4 Dental Implants
A full arch of dentures (upper or lower jaw) can be anchored permanently into your mouth, thanks to all on four dental implants/dentures.
Mini Dental Implants
For people who aren’t candidates for regular implants, mini dental implants could be a possibility. Mini dental implant posts are about half the size of regular implant posts and work well in narrow spaces and with small teeth.
If you find that you have more questions about the different types of dental implants, please call (303) 214-9195, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Our dental office is in Lowry, near 1st and Quebec. We accept most types of dental insurance, and we also offer payment plans.