Dental Implants – Queen Creek, AZ • Gilbert, AZ
Top-of-the-Line Tooth Replacement
When a tooth goes missing, it’s not just the visible crown that disappears, but the supporting root structure below it as well. In the past, most tooth replacements only bring back the crown, but this makes the new teeth much less stable compared to natural dental structure. Thankfully, dental implants fully address this problem, using artificial titanium tooth roots placed within the jawbone to support the replacement teeth above the gum line. For patients who are hoping to permanently put their tooth loss behind them, there is no better option, and they can get everything they need right here at Queen Creek Complete Dental. Our state-of-the-art practice offers efficiency, comfort, and long-lasting, high-quality results. To learn more and schedule a consultation with Dr. Jafari, contact us today.
Why Choose Queen Creek Complete Dental for Dental Implants?
- Digital Implant Placement Guarantees a Fast & Pain-Free Procedure
- Treatment Designed to Look Great & Last for 30+ Years
- Can Replace One Tooth, Multiple Teeth, or an Entire Smile
Because dental implants restore 100% of a missing tooth, they offer many advantages over traditional bridges and dentures:
- Implant patients are able to eat whatever they like because their new teeth are rooted within the jawbone, meaning they won't slip over time.
- Every implant root is topped with a custom-made restoration that’s personally designed by Dr. Jafari, giving them a natural appearance that fully restores someone’s smile.
- Dental implants actually stimulate the jawbone and prevent bone loss, preserving the foundation of the remaining teeth.
- When placed by a highly-trained dentist like Dr. Jafari, implants can be incredibly durable, lasting 30 years or more.
Indications for Dental Implants
No matter how many teeth you are missing, if you have a relatively healthy mouth and strong jawbone, you can get dental implants. Dr. Jafari can design your treatment to suit your individual needs:
Missing One Tooth
A single implant root can be placed into the jawbone, and this will be topped with a brand new crown. Unlike with a regular bridge, the nearby teeth don’t have to significantly altered to make room for the prosthetic.
Missing Multiple Teeth
Consecutive missing teeth and even those located throughout the mouth can all be replaced using a minimal amount of implant roots that are attached to a bridge or partial denture. These implant-retained prosthetics fit more comfortably compared to removable ones. They have a more stable fit as well.
Missing All of Your Teeth
For patients with an unreliable full denture, it can be directly attached to their jawbone using just four to six implants, which means it will more reliably stay in place. We can also provide a completely new implant-retained prosthetic if necessary, creating a denture that is smaller yet enables a patient to have a stronger bite compared to a traditional one.
With the All-On-4 procedure, Dr. Jafari uses just four strategically placed implants to fully restore an entire row of teeth in a single appointment. The implants are positioned where the jaw is naturally thickest to maximize a patient’s bone density, and then they’re topped with a custom, lifelike denture.
Start to Finish Convenience
Dr. Jafari one of only a few dentists in the area who can both place and restore dental implants in his practice. He also does so using the latest technology and techniques so that his patients' valuable time and comfort is prioritized. After taking a CT scan of a patient’s mouth and jaw, he can create custom surgical guides so he’s able to easily place a patient’s prosthetic roots in the perfect locations. Then, using CEREC technology, he can mill someone’s brand new teeth out of high-grade dental porcelain right in our office. This approach ensures a patient is able to get everything they need in the most convenient way possible.
Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants
Every dental implant treatment has to be completely customized to meet the needs of the patient, so the cost of the procedure is always different from person to person. Even though implants tend to be more expensive upfront compared to removable bridges and dentures, their superior aesthetics, strength, durability, make them an excellent, long-term investment. Most traditional prosthetics have to be completely redone every five to seven years, while implants can endure for decade after decade, helping patients save thousands on periodic maintenance alone.