dental implants

If you are missing teeth, you are not alone…

69% of adults aged 35-44 have lost one or more of their permanent teeth

lifetime tooth replacement

Majidian Dental can give you a reason to show your smile. If you’re missing one or more of your permanent teeth, dental implants could be a lifetime tooth replacement option. Modern dental implants offer the most reliable, cost-effective, and permanent tooth replacement treatment.

Lasting Benefits of Dental Implants

  • Strong and beautiful 
  • Designed to last a lifetime 
  • Matches natural teeth 
  • No impact to surrounding teeth, unlike bridging 
  • Eat any foods you like! 
  • Feels like your natural teeth

Why Are Dental Implants So Popular?

Every year, more than half a million people get dental implants. That’s not a surprising number considering that nearly 100 million people and two-thirds of middle-aged adults have lost at least one tooth.

Why are dental implants becoming the most popular tooth replacement option?

1. Implants provide a permanent solution

Dental implants are designed to replace teeth for a lifetime. The titanium used in dental implants is fused to bone through osseointegration, providing a strong root for your tooth replacement. With this strong foundation, dental implants will provide bite stabilization while maintaining facial shape.

2. Implants are cost-effective

Dental implants are a one-time expense, while bridges and dentures have to be replaced every seven to 15 years. The dental implant cost is not insignificant, but dental implants will last a lifetime with proper care. Over time, dental implants may save you money.

3. Implants look great

Unlike your natural teeth, dental implants will not decay or get cavities. While brushing and oral hygiene are still necessary for gum health, dental implants won’t have the risk of tooth decay like a natural tooth. With proper care, implants last a lifetime.

4. Implants promote oral health

Unlike the teeth you were born with, modern implants do not decay or get cavities. Bacteria and food particles still need to be brushed away to maintain healthy gums, but oral hygiene is much easier as implants behave like normal teeth. Also, unlike a tooth-supported bridge, dental implants do not require reducing other teeth to support the implant. With more of your teeth left intact, implants lead to better long-term oral health.

Dental implants offer a cost-effective, permanent, health-focused, and beautiful solution for missing teeth. If restoring your smile is something you’ve considered, we’d love to offer you a complimentary implant consultation.

implant-secured dentures

Wouldn’t it be great if your dentures fit snugly and stayed in place? We use strategically placed dental implants to create a customized, implant-retained denture that snaps securely into place. The result is amazing stability that restores natural function.

Benefits of Dental Implants with Dentures

Stronger Fit

Implants prevent slippage and hold dentures securely in place.

Stop Bone Loss

Implants prevent bone loss from denture use and help maintain your natural facial structure.

Less Pain

Implants eliminate painful sore spots caused by denture pressure points.

Speak Clearly

Implants secure dentures allowing you to naturally pronounce words.

Fact or Fiction: Popular Misconceptions about Dental Implants

1. i'm too old.

Although osteoporosis and other age-related jawbone issues impact how implant treatment is accomplished, implants are designed for patients of all ages. If you’ve spent many years dealing with the challenges of dentures, now may be the time to for you to experience permanent tooth replacement.

2. they're painful.

With today’s modern sedation and/or anesthesia, the treatment itself will be pain-free. You may experience some tenderness for a few days following surgery, but we have some simple solutions to help you through it. The discomfort will soon be gone and you’ll have a permanent tooth in its place.

3. any dentist will do.

Not all dentists have the advanced education and clinical skill to effectively place dental implants. Proper implant treatment requires a clinical professional who has invested the time to master the intricacies of precision implant dentistry. Whether you choose our team or not, please find someone with advanced implant training and experience.


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