Dental Implants IN MONTCLAIR, NJ
Dental implants can be an ideal solution to replacing damaged or missing teeth. They can restore not only the functionality of teeth but can provide a great, new look as well. Dental implants are a standard cosmetic dental option offered at Montclair Dental Spa. Schedule a consultation or call us today to see if dental implants are the right option for you.
Regain Your Smile With Dental Implants
People tend to assume that the gap left behind after losing a permanent adult tooth can remain empty. The reality is that an exposed tooth socket faces the risk of infection, can cause teeth to shift out of alignment, and can cause other issues as well. With a dental implant, we can help patients avoid those oral health issues.
If you are looking for a sturdy, lasting, and discreet replacement tooth, then call us today to learn more about our dental implant procedures and see if a dental implant is the right solution for you.
Our Process to Your Winning Smile
Using modern technology and our extensive experience we identify any and all problem areas for treatment.
Working closely with you, we create a tailored plan to help you regain the smile of your dreams.
When it is time, we will guide you through the implant placement while making sure you are safe and comfortable.
As with your natural teeth, implants require proper home care and regular dental appointments to maintain your great smile.
What To Expect With Dental Implants
If one or more of your teeth fall out, you may qualify for dental implants as a way to permanently replace the missing teeth. We will examine your mouth and jawbone to determine if the procedure is right for you. Once you are cleared for the procedure, the staff at Montclair Dental Spa will take an impression of your mouth to create a new tooth in a dental lab. Each synthetic tooth will match the size and shape of the surrounding teeth, along with having a perfect color match so no one can tell the difference.
Which Dental Implant Solution Is Right For Me?
ALL-ON-4 DENTAL IMPLANTS
Starting as low as $375/Mo*
*All-On-4 Dental Implants come with 1 year maintenance for eligible patients. Non immune or risk factor patients are eligible for a lifetime guarantee on the implants. Financing available for qualified patients!
All-on-4 dental implants use a full arch to replace the entire upper or lower set of teeth in the mouth. Using our 3-D imaging technology, we strategically place four dental implants into the jaw in areas with the most available bone. Patients that have experienced some degree of bone loss, can still qualify as a candidate for the All-on-4 dental implant procedure. Once the implants are placed, we fit you with a temporary bridge that can be used immediately after surgery. After the dental implants have had time to heal and settle into their final place, a fixed bridge that can be removed by one of our Montclair dental implant specialists, will be created and permanently attached.
The All-on-4 dental implant technique will give you permanent teeth that look, feel, and function just like real teeth and with this technique, there is no plate covering the roof of the mouth, so speaking and eating are more natural and comfortable than with a traditional denture.
FULL MOUTH DENTAL IMPLANTS
Starting as low as $675/Mo*
*Full Mouth Implants Per Arch Includes Placement Of Implants, Precision Attachment & Prosthesis. Total Payments Per Arch Starting From $34,000 - Financing Available For Qualified Patients!
Full arch dental implants look, feel & function more like your natural teeth than dentures & stay permanently in place. All on 4 dental implants, All-on-6, or mini-dental implants are a great option for full upper or lower smile restoration. Often they can be placed without the need for extensive bone grafting and are an excellent tooth replacement alternative to dentures.
IMPANT SUPPORTED DENTURES
Starting as low as $275/Mo*
*Implant-Supported Denture (Per Arch) includes Placement of Implants, Precision Attachment & New Denture. Total Payment Starting from $17,500 - Financing Available for Qualified Patients!
Stabilized or Implant-Supported Dentures can be removable (snap-in) or permanent (screw-retained) both offering comfort, support & strength. Stabilized dentures may be the right option if you are struggling with uncomfortable, painful, or ill-fitting dentures. Implant dentures provide more support and strength. They can snap-in or be permanent dentures. In some cases your existing denture may be able to be modified to be supported by implants.
SINGLE DENTAL IMPLANTS
Starting as low as $100/Mo*
*Single Implant Includes Implant Placement, Abutment, & Crown. Total Payments Starting From $1,995 - Financing Available For Qualified Patients!
Single dental implants are the perfect solution to replace a previously extracted tooth or tooth damaged by decay or trauma. Enhance your appearance and protect your smile from harmful effects of missing teeth. Available in both Titanium and Zirconia.
See Our Patient Results
This Was the Best Dental Experience I've Ever Had
They did everything to ease my fears, treated me like family, turned on the massage chair then kept checking on me to make sure I was OK. This was the best dental experience I've ever had. I felt so comfortable like I was home with family.
I Felt Nothing the Entire Time and Felt Taken Care Of
I felt valued and respected. Everyone involved was kind and considerate. Everything was done in a timely fashion and the doctor was very thorough. This is the first dental experience I have had where I felt nothing the entire time and taken care of.
I Smile with My Mouth Open and People Notice
I walked into a place with good people that took care of me... Before, I was always a closed mouth smile. It was a self-defense mechanism to hide my teeth. Now, I’m much more open to speak, I smile with my mouth open, and people notice that.
Frequently Asked Questions
Generally, this is not a good idea. We find that it is generally much better not to attach implants to teeth. We frequently attach implants to each other, which can improve strength and works well. So in a case like this, although it may be more expensive in the short term to place two implants instead of one, the long-term success is likely to be much better with the two implants.
In most cases, with the new options available today in the field of dental implants, some form of treatment is possible. We encourage people to get help as soon as possible if they are already having some problems with their current situation. These problems include excessive use of denture adhesives, chewing only soft food, unable to taste some foods, constant mouth sores, unhappy with the appearance of one's teeth and bite position (in some cases the nose and chin getting closer together). The sooner we correct the problems with dental implants, the more choices one has available for treatment. If you have any or all of the above symptoms, implants can very well be the answer for you.
It is not necessary to have an implant for every tooth that is being replaced. The number of implants necessary to provide support depends on the type of implants used and the type of teeth (removable vs. non-removable) that will be attached to the implants. A thorough oral exam and panoramic x-ray is all that is necessary in most cases, to determine which implant can be used and how many must be used. Sometimes additional X-rays or CT scans are used in more complicated cases.
Because of the advances in the field of implantology, there are now more choices and techniques. It is rare for a person to not be able to receive an implant or a combination of implants. Today, we have available many types of implants designed to accommodate multiple problems.