From the experience of your dentist to the cost of your procedure, we encourage you to look at every detail and learn as much as you can about dental implants before choosing a dentist. Here are 10 things to consider before getting a dental implant.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
To begin the implant process, a metal post is surgically positioned into the jaw. This post will act as a permanent “root” for the implanted tooth. Once it is in place and the surrounding bone and tissue have healed, the restoration is completed with a beautiful crown that looks, acts and feels like a natural tooth.
Dr. Michael S. Connally
When considering dental implant placement, it’s important to choose the most experienced hand. Dr. Michael S. Connally has been placing implants successfully for many years and can handle both simple and complex cases.
BENEFITS OF DENTAL IMPLANTS FROM Michael S. Connally, DDS
Dr. Michael S. Connally is a dedicated doctor who pays extraordinary attention to detail and will ensure that he provides only the best results for you. He has additional specialty training in implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, endodontics, conscious oral sedation, and orthodontics. He has been placing implants for many years, and can restore dental implants in-office and does so with high-quality results that look and feel natural.
A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD
We dont want the cost of an implant to keep you from receiving the treatment you need. Our team of fers various financing options to make dental implants more affordable, and we will work with you to create a payment plan that meets your needs and budget.
We use a top-of-the-line implant material that on the market with the latest breakthroughs to ensure the best possible results for our patients.
WE TREAT YOU LIKE FAMILY. As with any treatment you receive at our office, we will look after you from start to finish. Our caring team will remain attentive to your needs, work at a pace that is appropriate for you to ensure your comfort and confidence through each step of your procedure. You will be treated like family
A PLAN IN PLACE. Placing a dental implant is a form of surgery, and with any surgery it is typical to experience various forms of discomfort including swelling, bruising, pain and minor bleeding. We have post-procedure tips to share to ensure your recovery goes as smoothly as possible, and if appropriate, we will can prescribe medication to lessen any pain.
WE HAVE A SOLUTION
While dental implants are highly successful, occasionally an implant will fail to fuse with the bone. We don’t hide details like this from our patients. If by chance your implant fails, we have a plan in place to remove the implant and clean up the bone. With your needs in mind, we may recommend a repeat procedure down the road.
Dental implants are an oral surgery procedure that typically require multiple visits to the dentist. The implant process involves removal of the damaged tooth, preparation of the jawbone, and placement of the implant, abutment and artificial tooth with healing time in between. Knowing what to expect for each procedure is paramount to your comfort and confidence, and our team will explain the entire timeline before treatment begins.
Missing teeth can make talking, chewing and even smiling difficult. If you’re ready for a full, functional smile, you may be a perfect candidate for dental implants — a permanent and stable solution to missing teeth. Thanks to leading technology, more and more patients are qualifying for dental implant placement. Good candidates include patients who:
One-on-One Doctor-Patient Education — We will explain all the details of your oral health in an easy-to-understand manner and go over the entire treatment process. We will answer any questions you might have.
Customized Treatment Planning — Your treatment will be designed around your specific needs, timeline and budget. We will also review pricing and financial options, if needed.
Intraoral Exam — A thorough exam of your mouth will be performed prior to planning treatment. This will allow us to properly assess your oral condition.