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Dental implants cost

The cost of treatment for a single implant could range from $1000 to $4000 and up depending on the person's requirements and the number of implants. There are too many factors that make it impossible to provide an exact amount without a proper dental examination. 

Some dental insurance plans cover dental implants and we can help you find out.

We also offer 0% financing with super affordable payment plans that make it easy to get the treatment that you need, contact us for more information.

You can apply today and find out right away if you get approved, there are no risks and is super easy.

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What are dental implants?

Dental implants are small titanium posts that act as artificial tooth roots for missing teeth. The posts are surgically placed into and fuse with your jawbone so a restorative piece—such as a dental crown, bridge, or denture—may be attached.

Once the implant has healed with the jaw, a connective piece called an abutment is attached. Finally, your restoration is connected to the abutment and your implant is fully secure.

Benefits of Dental Implants:

  • Implants work to permanently replace one or more missing teeth.
  • Full functionality can be restored to your smile.
  • No adhesives are necessary with dental implants.
  • Your implants can be made to match the exact shade of your natural teeth.
  • With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime.

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Single Tooth Implant

If you have lost a single tooth due to an accident or from periodontal disease, that one tooth can be replaced using a dental implant. Your new tooth will look and function just like your other natural teeth.

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Multiple Implants

Dental bridges are composed of two or more dental crowns, with false teeth in between. The bridge will be attached to your implant or natural tooth in two or more places, and the false teeth will fit snugly into the remaining gaps.

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Full Mouth Implant

You do not need a dental implant for each and every one of your missing teeth. All you need is four precisely placed implants on the top of your mouth, and four on the bottom, to restore your full smile.

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Am I a dental implant candidate?

The key to being an implant candidate is maintaining optimal oral health. From the jawbone itself to your gums, your full mouth will be evaluated before dental implants are recommended. Some factors to consider include:

Jawbone Density: In order to support a dental implant, you must have enough bone density in your jawbone. If the bone is too thin or weak, the implant will not have enough support and will likely fail. If this is the case for you, there are steps to increase bone density, such as a bone graft.

Gum Health: Much like bone density, the state of your gums plays a role in implant candidacy. While having a periodontal disease does not automatically disqualify you, it must be under control before moving forward with the procedure. A gum graft may be performed before dental implant placement if deemed necessary.

Dental Hygiene Routine: A commitment to maintaining a rigorous dental hygiene routine is critical. While your restoration placed over the implant is not a living tooth, it must be treated with equal care. Brushing twice-per-day for two minutes at a time, flossing daily, and incorporating an alcohol-free mouthwash is a solid foundation for a healthy smile.

Lifestyle Habits: The healing process involved with dental implants can be quite extended. The use of tobacco or drinking excessively can inhibit the healing process and cause unnecessary complications. It’s critical to share this information when creating your treatment plan.

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Understanding the dental implant procedure.

The process of placing dental implants occurs over a series of steps:

Step 1: We’ll conduct an initial consultation where we will thoroughly inspect your oral health and take any necessary X-rays. Once your eligibility is determined, we will schedule your visit to have dental implant surgery.

Step 2: The next step is undergoing surgery. During this procedure, an incision will be made to give our team access to your jawbone. Next, small holes will be drilled into the bone and the implants will be placed for healing. After your procedure, you will need several months for the implants to fuse with your bone and become sturdy enough for an attachment.

Step 3: Once your jawbone has properly healed, the connective structure (abutment) can be placed on top of the implant. This is used to connect your restoration to the dental implant. Whether you’re receiving a dental crown, dental bridge, or full dental implants, your restoration can be placed at this time.

Step 4: A follow-up appointment may be scheduled to fully assess the comfort and fit of your restoration once you’ve had some time to adjust to the new addition.

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Dr. Nourian

Dr. Somayeh Nourian is the principal dentist at Kiwi Dental focusing on restorative, cosmetic and dental surgeries. With over 14 years of experience as a family dentist, she has earned the trust of many families to take care of their oral health.

She graduated from the University of Ottawa with a bachelor of Biochemistry and earned her dental degree from the University of Toronto in 2006. She has a passion for dental surgeries including dental implants and gum grafts and is currently part of the Ontario Dental Implant Network.

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Dental Clinic Location

We are located inside of the North Oakville Medical Building beside the Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital by the intersection of Dundas and Third Line.
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