Looking for a Local Tooth Implant Dentist in Maryland?
We are a One Stop Dental Implant Center. Teeth Implants are the Best Way to replace teeth. Our Implant Specialists Permanently Replace a Tooth or a Full Mouth of Teeth with Implant Teeth. Our Implant Doctors do Implant Surgery and Implant Crowns. Tooth replacement is one service performed by one dentist at one location – Cosmetic Tooth Colored Implants are not available.
The best way to replace a tooth is with a dental implant. Tooth colored and metal free Zirconia teeth Implants are now an option. A single tooth is replaced with a single implant that permanently supports a single replacement tooth. Read More…
Our Zirconia Implant Doctors place metal-free zirconia implants. Zirconia Implants have been called the Cosmetic Dental Implant because they are white and tooth colored. The natural or holistic dental implant. Holistic and Biological Implant Dentists have been waiting for a metal free implant options for years. Read More…
The Implant Process starts with 3D X ray or Cone Beam / CBCT Imaging by an ICAT for Implant Planning and Safety
Tooth Implant Surgery without a 3D Xray is like pretending the earth is flat. It is necessary to see all 3 dimensions of the jaw to avoid hitting and damaging vital structures such as nerves. The ICAT will show a 3D image of your entire upper and lower jaws for purposes of implant teeth planning. The system is a new and state of the art system for implant imaging. If Need be we offer Natural Bone Grafting and PRF Platelet Rich Plasma for generating the bone and gum needed for implants.
Preservation of Mouth and Facial Structures and Facial Muscles. Your face will not shrink and sink in if you have dental implants. Implants stimulate bone and prevent bone loss.
You will maintain healthy chewing and digestive function. Loss of teeth results in people swallowing food whole. Unchewed food in the stomach, gets stuck, ferments and causes digestive disease. There is no greater immediate negative impact on health than tooth loss.
Maintain healthy attractive smile.
When Should a Tooth be Replaced with a Dental Implant?
A tooth is best replaced the day it is extracted – Immediate implant placement. The best way to avoid expensive Gum Grafting and Bone Grafting is to prevent Bone loss and Gum loss by never going without a tooth or Dental Implant. Our Implant Doctors can provide complete tooth replacement services including Implant placements and Zirconia Teeth. We Offer Titanium and tooth-colored non-metalic Zirconia Implants.
Our Implant Specialists will carefully choose the Tooth Replacement option best suited to your needs and situation. We Accept all major Dental Insurance, Credit Cards and also offer easy financing options such as 12 months Interest Free Financing.
Dental Tooth Implants vs Conventional Dentures:
Dentures Pros and Cons:
causes bone loss and thinning of jaw bone and facial structure
reduces chewing function
reduced normal healthy digestion
reduces normal B12, Folic Acid and Albumin levels
poor stability. dentures may become dislodged during eating and talking
sticky denture adhesive may be difficult to remove and be uncomfortable
bulky acrylic prothesis covers the entire inside of mouth
food does not taste the same
sinking in of facial structures
Permanent Teeth Implants Pros and Cons:
Secure confident smile
maintains jaw bone
normal biting forces comparable to natural teeth
healthy normal digestion
maintains B12, Folic Acid and Albumin
No denture adhesive
Smaller more comfortable prothesis that does not cover the entire mouth
can be permanent and stay in your mouth
enjoy all foods again
Dentures are the cheapest way to replace teeth, but…
The least expensive way to replace a mouth of teeth is with conventional dentures. Dentures are not stable, meaning they become dislodged while eating and sometimes even when talking. Dentures are only 20-40% as functional as natural teeth and dental implant dentures. Many denture wearers suffer from weight loss, constipation and acid reflux. Teeth are responsible for chewing food into smaller pieces, so nutrients can be absorbed and enter the body. When food is not properly chewed it gets stuck in the stomach, ferments, causing indigestions, acid reflux, bloating, constipation and malnourishment.
Tooth Replacement with Dentures causes bone loss and aging
When teeth are removed and not replaced with implants, there is loss of bone, shrinkage of facial structures and facial muscle atrophy. One of the quickest ways to look 10-20 years older is to have your face sink in and collapse after a full mouth of extractions and dentures.
The advantages of seeing a teeth implant professional for implant supported replacement teeth are: 80-100% of chewing function as natural teeth, minimal loss of bone, no sinking of facial structures, maintenance of digestive health, improved cosmetics, removal of all dental infections.
What are Implants for Teeth? What are Tooth Implants?
A tooth implant or dental implant is a piece of titanium, zirconia or ceramic shaped like a root. The new “root” made by various pharmaceutical companies come in several different sizes and shapes. Implants are placed into the jaw where the patients bone and gum grows around and attach after a healing period. Once the implant has healed (2-4 months) a dentist can place crowns, bridges or an entire mouth of teeth.
How Much do Implants Cost?
The “implant” or the root placed by the dentists can cost $1500 – $3000 depending on the kind of implant, who is placing the implant and where it is placed (i.e. Maryland vs NYC)
How Long do dental implants last?
If placed properly in a health patient, an implant will typically last a lifetime
Can anyone get dental implants?
Any health person, with adequate bone who is not allergic to the material is a good implant candidate.
Will dental insurance cover dental implants?
Many insurances will cover 30-80% of the implant cost. Call our office at 301-770-2270 and we will determine your insurance coverages
Are dental implants permanent?
Yes. most implants will last a lifetime and are permanent.
Do Implants stay in the mouth? Can dental implants fall out?
Implants do stay in the mouth and should not fall out during eating or talking or in general. The exception is implant overdentures which are designed to be taken in and out by the patient.
How much is one tooth implant? How much is one dental implant?
the implant root is $1500 – $3000 depending. For a single tooth, the implanted root will need an abutment and crown. Most patients think “tooth” when they hear “implant”. The implant is the root depending, the dentist will place crowns, bridges, dentures, etc. For single teeth you will pay for implant, abutment, crown at the very least. Sometimes it is necessary to have gum and bone grafting too. but if all is need is implant, abutment and crown, the cost is $3500 -$6000 depending on the kind of implant, who is doing it and where the service if performed.
Who does dental implants? What kind of dentist does implants?
generally implant surgery is done by a general dentist with implant training or a gum specialist (periodontist) or oral surgeon. No one dentist kind “specializes” in dental implants. A good general dentist may be the best option, since general dentists can be trained in implant surgery as well as crowns, bridges and dentures.
Who can get implants?
Any healthy person with adequate bone and who is not allergic to the implant material
How much are full mouth dental implants?
to replace an entire mouth of teeth with dental implants costs between $30K – $80K depending on whether the supported teeth are crowns, bridges or dentures. It also depends on the kind of implants (zirconia vs titanium), who is performing the service and where the procedure is being performed. It also depends on how many teeth need to be removed and whether or not there is the need for gum or bone grafting. The best thing to do is come in for a consultation and we will determine you options, how long it will take, how much it will cost and whether or not your insurance will pay anything.
Does Getting Implant Surgery Hurt?
What is the Recovery Period for Dental Implant Surgery?