Do you have missing teeth or failing teeth? If so, dental implants might be a perfect fit for you. A strong alternative to bridges or full dentures, implants provide a long-term solution and offer you more functionality and comfort.
Unlike dentures, dental implants are designed to last a lifetime, making them cost-effective and easy to maintain.
In addition to permanence, dental implants can also restore your ability to speak and eat normally, while eliminating tooth shifting and preventing expensive dental issues down the road. A titanium anchor is attached to the jawbone to secure the implants, allowing them to look, feel, and function like natural teeth.
If you’re suffering with dentures or failing teeth, dental implants could be the lasting solution you need. Replacing missing teeth is essential to both your oral health and total body health. With dental implants, your smile doesn’t just look and feel better – your overall quality of life is enhanced.
The Dental Implant Process
Every patient is different, and every course of treatment is different. Keeping that in mind, before you schedule a dental implant consult, you may want to consider:
The entire implant process takes anywhere from three to six months and can last you a lifetime.
The total implant cost depends on a variety of factors, such as the number of teeth being replaced and procedures required to ensure long-term health.
And the result is a smile that closely mimics natural teeth with restored function that allows a healthy diet of hard-to-chew foods.
If you are interested in learning more about dental implants and the potential cost range, please contact or call our office in Marietta today for more information on dental implants. We provide a complimentary consult to determine the best procedure option for you and give you an idea of the overall treatment plan investment.
Dr. Patel not only offers continually current state-of-the-art treatment options to all his patients here in Georgia, but he also stays connected to giving back and serving patients around the world with needs for dental care. He annually travels to foreign countries to provide dental services to children, elderly, and every age in-between in parts of the world where these services are not available to people that live there, through the highly respectable Flying Doctors of America program, of which Dr. Patel is a member of the board. Dr. Patel and his staff are consistently improving and implementing the newest technologies through the top seminars across the country. He is also a graduate of the Hornbrook Advanced Cosmetic Dentistry Continuum, which only about 5 percent of dentists worldwide have completed.