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Missing teeth can cause other teeth to start shifting and lead to other dental problems. Missing teeth can also cause great discomfort when eating or self-consciousness when talking. Finding a solution to a missing tooth can help you regain your confidence and restore your smile. If you are in search of dental implants in Marion County or Doral, FL, call our office today to set up a free consultation. Let us help you put together a treatment plan to help you get a complete and confident smile!

What’s Involved In Dental Implant Treatment?

The procedure of placing dental implants is composed of 3 parts: placing the implant itself into your gums, then the abutment followed by the dental crown. Each part has to be placed at different times due to the healing process that needs to happen in between. The entire treatment process can take up to several months before the placement of an implant is fully complete. This may seem like a long time, but it is well worth it!  By taking the time needed to properly place an implant, the result will be a lasting replacement for your smile.

Advances in sedation dentistry have made dental appointments stress-free and comfortable. At our office we offer nitrous oxide and oral sedation for our patients. During your dental implant procedures, you will feel relaxed and aware, but not anxious about your treatment. As these sedation dentistry treatments can change with new developments, we are constantly devoted to learning and perfecting the most recent dental sedation techniques at our practice.

If you are missing one or more teeth, dental implants may be the perfect solution for you to restore your smile. Dental implants are the premier choice to restore missing teeth because they look and feel just like your natural teeth, and with proper care, dental implants can last for a lifetime. Call our office today to schedule your free consultation. Dr. Harper will examine your teeth and discuss the best next steps for your oral health.

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At your free consultation, Dr. Harper will examine your mouth and your jawbone so that we can help you determine if the procedure is right for you. He will discuss with you the best options to replace your missing teeth and if you are a candidate for dental implants. If you choose to complete dental implant treatment, our highly trained staff will take an impression of your mouth so that your implants can be created in a dental lab. Along with ensuring a perfect color match, each of your dental implants will be made to match the size and shape of the surrounding teeth.  A replacement tooth, or crown, doesn’t decay like a natural tooth, so teeth restored with dental implants can’t get cavities! You must still continue to brush, floss and care for your implants and your surrounding natural teeth and gums in the same manner as natural teeth. Regular professional dental check-ups and cleanings are also essential to maintain the longevity of your dental implant. 

What Are The Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants look, feel and function just like a natural tooth. With proper care and upkeep, they will last for a lifetime.

Dental implants do not require any special care. Just brush and floss twice daily and visit your dentist twice a year to maintain your implant.

Dental implants can be color matched to match your surrounding teeth. No one will even know that you are wearing an implant!

Dental implants keep your face from looking haggard or sunken in, which often happens when teeth along with their roots are missing.

What Others Are Saying

“Just awesome! Everyone’s incredibly friendly and very professional. I drive 255 miles one way to have my Dentist (Dr. Harper) work on my teeth. Best dental hygienists too! Thank you!”

Diana R., Google

“I have been a patient for many years. It has always been a wonderful experience with all the staff members. Dr. Harper and his staff are always very caring and concerned  about my dental issues. I wouldn’t want to go anywhere else for my dental work.”

Ida B., Google