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Dental Implants – Lovell, WY

Rebuild Beautiful Smiles

If you have teeth missing from your smile, you may find it very difficult to be proud and secure in the way you look. Many people consider a smile a first impression, and if you are not sure of the way you are presenting yourself to people, it could have many negative effects both professionally and personally. You may have considered dentures as a solution, but having a new smile that is more permanent and stable may appeal to you more. Dr. Lance Anderson understands the discomfort and embarrassment his patients go through with having teeth missing, so he wants to be able to give them the full, radiant smile they deserve using dental implants.

How Do Dental Implants Work?

What is an implant in Lovell? A dental implant is a small titanium cylinder that serves as a synthetic tooth root, which is placed directly into the jaw. The procedure itself requires a minor surgery, but most patients report feeling very little pain both during or afterward. Unlike other dental offices in an around Lovell, Dr. Anderson is actually able to perform this part of the procedure himself, ensuring you’ll be able to rebuild your smile while always working with the same doctor and team you trust.

One the implant is in place, the jawbone will naturally grow around and bond with it to create an extremely sturdy base for the replacement teeth. This bonding process, known as osseointegration, takes place over the course of 3 – 6 months. Once Dr. Anderson feels that you are ready, he’ll invite you back to the office to have your permanent new teeth (restorations) placed.

Benefits of Dental Implants

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Dental implants in Lovell offer more advantages than any other tooth replacement option. Some of their most outstanding benefits include:

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Indications for Dental Implants

Whether you are missing one tooth, several teeth, or all of your teeth, dental implants may be the ideal treatment for you.

Missing One Tooth

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An implant-retained crown is what we can use to restore a single missing tooth. It consists of three parts: the implant itself, an all-porcelain crown, and an abutment. The crown replaces the tooth above the gum line and is connected to the implant via the abutment. Once the crown is in place, it should be virtually indistinguishable from your other teeth. We’ll shade it to blend in with the rest of your smile, and it will also be just as strong so you can eat all of your favorite foods without a second thought.

Missing Multiple Teeth

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In the case of a few missing teeth in a row, we can use implants to form a bridge. Two implant crowns will be placed on either side of the gap in the mouth, and these will be bonded to prosthetic teeth to close it. This will not only restore the appearance of the smile, but it will also prevent the remaining teeth from drifting into the gap.

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Missing All Teeth

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If you’re sick and tired of your uncomfortable, unreliable dentures, dental implants can offer you a solution as well. Using just a few implants placed at strategic locations throughout the jaw, we can replace an entire arch of teeth. Implant-retained dentures are superior to their traditional counterparts in a number of ways:

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Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

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Every patient’s case is unique, so we won’t be able to give you an estimate for your dental implant cost in Lovell until you visit Dr. Anderson for your consultation. Some of the factors that go into determining the price of your smile restoration include:

Dental implants are not the cheapest option to replace missing teeth, but they do offer the best value. Their stability, beauty, and superior function make them a truly worthwhile investment that will serve you well for decades.

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Connective Tissue Grafting

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Gum recession is one of the most common symptoms of gum disease, and in addition to affecting the appearance of your smile, it can also make your teeth much more likely to experience decay, become loose, and eventually fall out! With this procedure, Dr. Anderson can use your own healthy gum tissue to restore the areas where it has been lost. In the end, it will give you a renewed, healthy, and beautiful smile.

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