Dental Implants Omaha
Dental implants have become an increasingly popular treatment option for patients desiring to replace and preserve their natural teeth and bone loss. In fact, dental implants are the closest thing to natural, permanent teeth and can last for decades with minimal hassle. When you want to replace missing teeth or a broken tooth, you have several dental treatment options available.
Our team of dental implant experts believes that making an informed decision about your oral health and tooth replacement options is imperative! All Smiles Family Dentistry enables a seamless patient workflow by offering in-office dental implants to bring about beautiful smiles. Our in-office dental implants in Omaha, NE eliminate the need for additional appointments outside of the office.
Dental Implant Technology
At All Smiles Family Dentistry, we use state-of-the-art implant technology from The Straumann® Dental Implant System. This helps to ensure your experience is as stress-free and comfortable as possible.
Every mouth is different. Therefore, 3D cone beam imaging is used to provide a full 3D scan of your teeth, soft tissues, and even nerve pathways. This allows for more precise implant placement, dental care, and treatment planning.
The use of breakthrough dental implant technologies allows for most dental implants to be completed under local anesthesia in under 30 minutes. Additionally, most patients are fully restored within a few months. Oftentimes patients do not require any downtime post-procedure and are able to manage pain by taking Tylenol or ibuprofen.
Depending on how many teeth are missing, a patient may choose to have a dental bridge, denture, or implant.
A bridge is when we attach a “fake tooth” to adjacent remaining teeth. This can be either permanently cemented or removable. The average lifespan for a bridge is 5-15 years. If you lose a tooth, many people will opt for this dental implant procedure as a long-term solution.
Advantages of dental bridges
Dental bridges can:
- Provide a realistic and natural-looking remedy for tooth loss.
- Restore proper chewing and speech function.
- Safeguard neighboring teeth from moving into the space created by the absence of teeth
For those patients who are missing most of their natural teeth, a denture or partial denture is an option. Dentures are completely removable and often require an adhesive to stay in place, which needs to be cleaned daily. Dentures will need adjusting over time as the jawbones shrink and change shape due to the lack of tooth stimulation.
Dental implants are ideal for patients desiring both esthetics and function. Implants are tiny tooth-shaped titanium screws (much like those used in orthopedic procedures for knee or other joint replacements). They replace a missing tooth root in the jaw bone and have an anchor to attach a crown or dentures, depending on the patient’s needs. This procedure is well-tolerated by patients (less discomfort than an extraction!) and can be done easily with local anesthesia or under IV sedation.
Teeth dental implants look, feel, and function like natural teeth. They’re great for a variety of situations, all the way from a single tooth replacement to helping permanently stabilize a wobbly denture.
Affordable Dentist Omaha | Dental Implants
At All Smiles Family Dentistry in Omaha, we take pride in doing everything we can to help you fit dental implants into your budget. By offering all dental implant services under one roof, we are able to pass the savings on to our patients. If you’re interested in discussing the cost of dental implants or whether you’re a good candidate for implant dentistry, please call All Smilies Family Dentistry today at (402) 502-7000!
Our experienced dental implant team collaborates with Mayo Clinic-trained oral maxillofacial surgeons for treatment plans. This helps us deliver the best possible implant outcomes – all at the best price for our Omaha dental implant patients. Contact our friendly staff with questions regarding payment options and dental insurance coverage on dental implant surgery.