$499 Dental Implants (Surgical Placement only)
The average cost in Michigan for a dental implant is $1750. New You Dental Center offers the surgical implant of those same FDA approved dental implants for a savings of $1,200.
Savings of $1,281.00 per tooth
New You Dental Center:
|Average SE Michigan:|
|Final Cost||$ 2,349.00||$3,630.00|
What is a Dental Implant?
Dental implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth. At New You Dental Center, your dentist will surgically place a small, sturdy titanium screw-like post into your healthy jawbone. The bone in your jaw will grow around the post, securing it as it would a natural tooth root. Then a crown, bridge, or denture restoration can be attached to it.
With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime. Regular brushing, flossing, and dental checkups will keep your implant clean and secure. With good oral hygiene, your dental implants will not require adjusting.
5 reasons to choose dental implants over traditional dentures:
Ability to replace one or more teeth while preserving the teeth next to it.
No messy adhesives or special cleaners.
Replacement teeth look natural- only your dentist will know.
No slipping or pinching while smiling, talking, or chewing.
Implants can last a lifetime without needing adjustments.
Dental implants work with your body to maintain the space of the missing tooth. They never need adjusting. Traditional dentures and bridges simply cover the space, allowing the jaw to shrink or lose shape. This results in poor fitting dentures and an older looking face.
What to expect from the implant procedures:
The surgical placement of a dental implant is usually a 6-month commitment. Your jawbone and gums need time to heal after the post is placed. During the healing time, you will be given a temporary tooth that looks real until your healing is complete.
As with any surgery, there will be some discomfort. You can expect a little swelling and bruising of your gums and soft tissue. We will prescribe you medication to ease the discomfort or you can take over-the-counter pain relievers. Most patients return to work the next day.
The final step to receiving a dental implant is cementing the permanent crown. The crown will be custom made to match your teeth in a local Michigan dental laboratory.
We welcome any questions regarding dental implants and procedures. We want you be as comfortable as possible while we help you gain back a beautiful, confident smile! Call 866-WE-SMILE for more information on dental implants.