Replace missing teeth or fix a broken tooth with a dental implant from Cairn Dental in Golden, CO.
Restoring Smiles with Dental Implants
Cairn Dental treats patients with broken or missing teeth by providing quality dental implants in Golden, CO and the surrounding areas. A great dental implant is the foundation for a replacement tooth that appears and feels like your natural teeth. When Cairn Dental provides a patient with a dental implant, we’re providing them with the opportunity to eat comfortably, and smile with confidence.
Dental implants can be completed with a variety of methods thanks to technological advancements over the years. Depending on your situation, we will recommend the treatment that is most effective for you. Another benefit of dental implants: they prevent bone from deteriorating in areas where teeth are missing. Once you speak with the experienced dentist at Cairn Dental about implants, you’ll realize how much of a difference they can make in your life.
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Frequently Asked Questions
More often than not, your dental implants will be stronger than your natural teeth, and just as functional. Dental implants start with a titanium device implanted into the jaw bone by an oral surgeon to support an artificial tooth (or teeth). Once your dental implants are complete, you’ll be able to continue enjoying your favorite foods thanks to your healthy, beautiful replacement teeth.
The average length of treatment for a dental implant ranges from three to six months. A dental implant may take longer when jaw surgery and bone grafting by an oral surgeon are required. Most of the time for treatment is spent waiting for the bone to completely fuse with the implant below the gum line. Once that is complete, the remainder of the treatment in our office is fairly quick. But you won’t go without your teeth — dentures or partials can be worn over the implants while they fuse with the bone.
This question requires knowledge of your specific situation — making it more complicated. However, in getting the answer, you’ll better understand your dental care priorities. The actual cost of dental implants depends on the quality of the bone foundation for the implant, the number of teeth needing to be replaced, the type of implants, and the total number of implants necessary. Once these variables are understood, the total cost of your implant can be more accurately determined. The average cost for standard dental implant crowns can range from $1800 to $2500 per fixture, but there are many other costs that can contribute. The dentist at Cairn Dental has the expertise to determine the best course of action should you be interested in dental implants.