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Dental Implants In Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley’s best dental implants. We offer a complimentary consultation with a 3D Xray to see if dental implants are right for you.

Missing one or more teeth can be embarrassing and make it difficult to eat.

Dental implants are a great way to replace missing teeth and improve your smile. They look and feel like your own teeth, and they’re permanent – so you don’t have to worry about them falling out or getting lost.

We offer a free consultation so you can learn more about dental implants and see if they’re the right solution for you. Our experienced team will work with you to create a treatment plan that meets your needs and fits into your budget.

Schedule a complimentary consultation with 3D X-Ray today!!

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The Reasons For Dental Implants

1.Get Your Smile Back

No one will know you have dental implants. You will have a beautiful and natural looking smile.

2. Eat Normally

Replace missing teeth with strong and durable implants and be able to eat the foods you want to eat.

3. Regain Confidence

Feel more confident when talking to people as your no longer have to think about your smile.

4. Permanent

Long lasting and permanently fixed in your mouth so you don't have to worry about losing them.

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FAQ

Frequently Ask Questions

When it comes to dental crowns and veneers, there are a few things that patients should know. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about these two popular dental treatments:

Dental implants are small titanium posts that are surgically placed into the jawbone to serve as a long-term replacement for missing teeth. The posts act as a root system, providing a secure and stable foundation for artificial teeth, such as bridges, crowns or dentures.

Ideal candidates for dental implants will be in good general health with adequate bone density to support the implant and who have healthy gums free of periodontal disease. It is important to have realistic expectations about the results of the procedure and to understand that individual results may vary from patient to patient.

Unlike traditional options such as bridges or dentures, which can lead to costly and extensive follow-up treatments, dental implants provide a longer-term solution with improved quality of life benefits over time. Dental implants also help maintain or improve your jaw's strength, promote natural bone growth, fit securely in place and may last a lifetime with proper care and maintenance.

The amount of time it takes to get your new teeth after getting dental implants depends on how many teeth you need replaced as well as which type of restoration you choose (e.g., bridge, crown). Typically, if you opt for an implant supported bridge or denture it will take four to six months from start to finish due to the healing process associated with fully integrating the implant into the jawbone before attaching any restorations; this is called osseointegration. If you choose individual crowns instead of a bridge or denture it typically takes two months from start to finish due to less healing time required between each stage of treatment.

For dental veneers, the first step is also to have your tooth prepared by your dentist. This involves removing any damaged tissue and shaping the tooth so that the veneer can be fitted properly. Next, an impression of your tooth will be made in order to create the veneer. Once the veneer is ready, your dentist will bond it to your tooth with a special adhesive.

Both dental crowns and veneers can give you the beautiful smile that you desire. However, it is important to consult with your dentist to see which option is right for you based on the condition of your teeth.

Although considered safe overall, there are still some potential risks associated with getting dental implants including infection at the implant site, nerve damage leading to temporary numbness near or around the lips/mouth area and sinus issues if placing multiple upper level implant posts too close together (this could also require an additional surgical procedure). Additionally, not all patients respond positively when receiving local anesthesia prior to having their procedure done so it's important they discuss all potential side effects prior their decision-making process with their dentist or oral surgeon beforehand.
       It should also be noted that those who smoke cigarettes frequently can experience slower healing times or even failure with their implant post(s) altogether in some cases - making it very important that patients consider quitting smoking before opting for any oral surgery procedures involving dental implants if possible; however more research needs to be done in this area before definitive conclusions can be made either way currently so its always best check in directly with your dentist beforehand just in case!

With proper care, dental implants can last many years — up to 25 years or longer! It all depends on the individual’s lifestyle factors and oral hygiene habits (i.e., brushing and flossing). Regular dental checkups will help ensure that your implant is performing optimally and being properly cared for over time.

In addition to restoring your smile and providing you with strong teeth that look great aesthetically, dental implants can also improve your overall oral health significantly by preventing bone loss in your jaw caused by gaps from missing teeth; helping you maintain proper bite alignment; stabilizing dentures; improving speech patterns; preserving facial structure; aiding chewing ability; enhancing confidence levels; improving nutrition intake due to improved chewing functionality; reducing gum recession and other oral health complications caused by missing teeth; and even potentially increasing lifespan due to better overall oral health maintenance from having restored teeth!

Why Choose Us

A better day starts with a better smile.

Highly Trained Dentist

Each year Dr. Rodda goes above and beyond the required continuing education requirements to hone his skills and acquire new ones in order to serve his patients the best he can.

State-of-the-Art Office

Our new state-of-the-art office offers the latest in dental care technology. This allows us to give you the highest level of care possible in Paradise Valley. Learn more about our technology below.

After Hours Emergency Care

When you have a dental emergency we know that you need help now! That's why we offer 24/7 emergency hours. Contact us immediately to speak with an associate.

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