Dental Implants – Sioux Falls, SD
Life-Long Restoration of Beauty and Function
When it comes to today’s reconstructive solutions for tooth loss, there’s no option that’s more revitalizing, natural-looking, or durable than dental implants. At Family Dentistry of Sioux Falls, our dedicated team can help you regain both a complete and strong smile as well as your self-confidence by guiding you through this life-changing procedure. We craft high-quality, customized restorations that feel and function just like your natural teeth. Contact our Sioux Falls, SD practice today to schedule a new patient appointment.
Benefits of Dental Implants
Dental implants have become a popular replacement solution because they offer benefits that you simply can’t get with other options:
- With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime.
- They look and function like natural teeth, allowing for you to eat all of your favorite foods with confidence. This also enables you to eat a more nutritious diet.
- The maintenance for dental implants is similar to your natural teeth.
- Dental implants are the only tooth replacement that restores your tooth’s root and its crown.
- Dental implants prevent jawbone deterioration from missing teeth because they provide your bone with the stimulation it needs to stay healthy and strong.
- They improve your confidence by giving you a complete and natural-looking smile.
Indications for Dental Implants
At Family Dentistry of Sioux Falls, one of the reasons that we offer dental implants is that they can be used to replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or even your whole smile. Here are the types of restorations that we may recommend based on the number of teeth you’re missing.
Missing Single Tooth
If you’re missing a single tooth, an implant-retained all-ceramic dental crown can provide seamless structure and function without requiring nearby healthy teeth to be significantly altered. This restoration is custom-made to look and feel like your natural teeth.
Missing Multiple Teeth
Are you missing multiple teeth consecutively? We may recommend an implant-retained dental bridge. This prosthetic literally bridges the gap in your smile using a dental implant on either side, allowing for the extra-stable and beautiful restoration of multiple teeth.
Missing All Teeth
For greater areas of coverage, an implant-retained denture can be more cost-effective while still providing valuable stability and permanence. This option is best for patients who are missing all or most of their teeth.
Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants
The cost of your dental implants will vary depending on a wide-range of factors. In order to get a proper estimate, contact our office to schedule a consultation. Dr. Kari Bolen or Dr. Brandon Wilcox will examine your mouth, checking your oral health, the number of teeth you’re missing, and where you’re missing them. In order to give you an estimate on the total cost of your procedure, you must consider the restoration in addition to the implants themselves. Once these factors are determined, we will be able to give you a more precise cost of your treatment.