In the past three decades, dental implants have emerged as the premier tooth replacement in the world, loved by dentists and patients alike. Compared to every other restoration, they provide the most reliable, durable, and natural-looking results available today. Whether you are missing a single tooth or require a full denture, the team at Summit Boulevard Dental can help you reclaim your smile with this state-of-the-art solution right here in Reno. To learn more about dental implants in Reno and schedule an initial consultation, contact us today.
Each year, millions of Americans choose dental implants to replace missing teeth due to their range of benefits, such as:
Whether you are embarrassed by a noticeable gap in your smile from a single missing tooth or are tired of worrying about your dentures slipping when speaking with others, you can talk to a dentist in Reno about dental implants.
Dental implants are the only tooth replacement solution that restores a missing tooth from the roots up. A small titanium post that is surgically inserted into the jawbone, implants provide outstanding support for an artificial crown. You will be able to restore both your appearance and dental function when you replace a missing single tooth with a dental implant.
If you are missing multiple consecutive teeth, an implant-retained bridge can help! Unlike traditional bridges that rely on adjacent healthy teeth to remain in place, implant-retained bridges offer superior support by attaching to implants placed in the jaw. This modern dental prosthetic also reduces the amount of pressure placed on artificial teeth by spreading it across the bridge.
Millions of patients around the country have to deal with uncomfortable and unreliable dentures on a daily basis, but with dental implants, we can finally help those in Reno have a set of teeth they can rely on. With implant-retained dentures, the prosthetic teeth are secured directly to the jawbone via multiple dental implants, creating a fit and security that a removable prosthetic simply can’t match. Even better, implant-retained dentures can also help patients regain much more of their bite strength compared to regular dentures, enabling them to enjoy a more varied (and typically healthier) diet.
In the past, if a patient had a thin or brittle jawbone due to longstanding tooth loss, they were usually not eligible to get dental implants. However, thanks to mini implants, now even more people can finally fill in the gaps in their smile. As the name indicates, mini implant posts are smaller and thinner than traditional implants, which makes them better for shallower bone, but they can still be used to support a denture that fits and lasts much longer than a traditional one.
With the All-on-4 procedure, we can literally replace an entire row of missing teeth in just one appointment. For this procedure, four implants are strategically placed into the mouth, and these are attached to a denture that very same day. It’s quick, it’s reliable, and patients are amazed at how much of a difference it can make. In a single appointment, we can drastically improve a patient’s appearance, speech, and ability to eat at the same time.
At Summit Boulevard Dental, we can complete every step of the dental implant treatment process, saving you time, money and the hassle of running across town to an outside specialist. While most other practices have to refer out for the implant surgery step of the process, our team can take care of it in-office in order to make your implant journey as smooth and easy as possible. Stay with a team you trust from start to finish when you choose to undergo implant treatment at Summit Boulevard Dental.
There is no one-size-fits-all cost for dental implants since every smile is unique. The overall cost of your dental implants will depend on a range of factors, including the number of implants needed. Important to note is the fact that while dental implants may cost more initially than other tooth replacement options like dentures, they are still a wise investment. Dental implants last longer than any other traditional dental prosthetic – with proper care, they can even last a lifetime!