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Affordable Dental Implants at Morris Family Dentistry

We offer dental implants for a single missing tooth or all the way to full-mouth replacement. For those that have missing teeth or dentures, the benefits of dental implants can be amazing. Dental implants are almost always a better option than dentures alone, as they are aesthetically and functionally superior to dentures. We believe dental implants should be seriously considered as the first option to replace failed or missing teeth. While they may be more expensive than other treatments initially, over the course of just a few years they achieve a much higher return on investment.

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Three Parts to a Dental Implant Crown

  • The implant: A screw that serves as a root for your new teeth. (see picture above) This is permanently rooted in your jaw and prevents bone loss acting as a surrogate root.
  • The abutment: A permanent connector that supports and holds the tooth.
  • The prosthetic tooth: Usually made from porcelain, the new tooth will allow you to eat, smile, and speak in the same manner is if it were a natural tooth.

Pricing and Options

It is a dentist’s responsibility to explain your options before extracting teeth. Implants can be used to support a single crown when one tooth is missing, to increase the chewing strength of dentures by giving them something to snap onto, or to support a full row of teeth.

ServiceOthers FeeOur Fees
ServiceConsultOthers Fee$165Our Fees$0
ServiceX-RayOthers Fee$130Our Fees$0
ServiceImplantOthers Fee$2,337Our Fees$1,995
ServiceAbutmentOthers Fee$975Our Fees$702
ServiceCrownOthers Fee$2,000Our Fees$1,674
ServiceDentureOthers Fee$3,836Our Fees$2,471
ServiceBone GraftOthers FeeUp to $2,500Our Fees$865

The Benefits of Dental Implants

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Before and after: Full mouth fixed bridges on dental implants
Enjoy Life Without Worrying About Your Teeth!

There’s no need to stay home or feel uncomfortable in public with a loose denture. Your smile will look beautiful and you won’t have to worry that missing teeth will limit your ability to join in the fun, or that removable dentures will loosen or fall out when you talk, eat, or laugh. Teeth restored with dental implants let you live your best life.

Retain Your Natural Face Shape, and Smile

A face without teeth can sag and appear sunken. Dental implants allow you to maintain your natural features.

Protect healthy bone. When it is not supporting a natural tooth or implant, the jawbone deteriorates, losing its strength and firmness. It is important to know that facial bones provide support to overlying cheek, nose, lips, and skin. Atrophy of these bones directly affects those overlying structures and results in facial collapse and premature aging.

A denture or bridge cannot protect from bone loss because they are not anchored in the jawbone like implants. Implants stimulate ‘bone remodeling,’ a natural biological process in which bone cells are continuously broken down and built up (similar to the layers of our skin cells, but slower). This implant stimulation maintains volume, density, and shape of facial bones.

You can achieve the best result with dental implants if you plan for them before the tooth is extracted. The amount of bone loss in the early months after extraction can make implant placement much more complicated.

Alleviate Pressure on Other Teeth

When missing teeth are not replaced with implants, the remaining teeth have to do more work, and consequently are at higher risk of decay, fractures, and infections. This is especially true with bridges or dentures, as the anchor teeth are overloaded and weakened. Additionally, bridges and dentures make flossing more difficult which can compromise oral hygiene and result in tooth decay. Research shows that individuals with dentures or bridges are more prone to periodontal disease.

Built to Last

Dental implants are a long-term solution. Traditional, tooth-supported dental bridges only last five to seven years (with proper care it can be more than ten), but at some point they will need to be replaced. Dental implants can last a decades when properly placed and cared for.

Eat and Speak Freely

Dentures are bulky and cover large surfaces in the mouth, including the palate. This may interfere with tongue movement, resulting in impaired phonetics and speech. Dentures can also make it hard to eat the foods that you love. Because they don’t have the same chewing efficiency of a natural tooth or implant, denture wearers are often limited in their diet. This can cause a lower intake of fruits, vegetables, and high-fiber foods.

All in all, restoring proper dental function to patients by using implants creates a healthier, happier individual.


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