Do you have a gap in your smile as a result of losing one or more of your natural teeth? Unless addressed, this gap could soon mean serious trouble for your smile’s health and appearance. If you’ve ever considered dental implants to address your missing teeth, then you may want to take advantage of your Kansas City, MO, dentist’s February Special!
Our Latest Special Offer
When you replace one or more missing teeth, you’re investing in the health, function, and yes, beauty, of your smile. Addressing tooth loss helps protect your smile from a host of complications, such as an aged appearance, further tooth loss, trouble eating and speaking, and related jaw joint disorders, like TMD and bruxism. For many however, the price of dental implants can give pause. Which is why throughout the month of February, we’re offering a special on implant placement. If you schedule a visit and start treatment this month, each new tooth is only $2,600. That price includes the entire process, including planning, placement, a temporary restoration, and your final crown, which allows your tooth to blend with your smile.
Are They Right For You?
Do you have one or more missing teeth? If so, then contact our team to schedule a consultation. We will examine your smile carefully, employing advanced technology to assess the cause and severity of your tooth loss. If you have lost significant amounts of jawbone tissue, which happens as the body stops supplying nutrients the jawbone around a lost tooth, then you may first need bone grafting or sinus augmentation to ensure your smile is ready to secure one or more replacement teeth. Once in place, remember that they can last for decades, possibly even a lifetime, with proper care and attention!
Placement and Restoration
The process begins with planning. After we choose the optimal placement area, we schedule an oral surgery to insert the new tooth root, the implant, into the jawbone. After osseointegration takes place and bonds this new tooth root with the jawbone, we add a restoration, usually a crown, to the tooth. The crown not only looks natural, but can also absorb serious bite forces. You then have a new tooth or teeth that blends with your smile and also allows you to eat your favorite foods. Since the new tooth root stimulates the growth of jawbone tissue, this also helps prevent further tooth loss or an aged appearance.
Have You Lost a Tooth?
We don’t want your tooth loss to lead to serious problems for your smile’s health and beauty. To learn more about addressing minor and severe cases of tooth loss, then schedule a consultation by calling Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry of Kansas City, MO, today at 816-897-4288.