Dental Implants in Winter Garden, FL

Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. The implants are tiny titanium posts placed into the jaw bone where teeth are missing, actually integrating to become part of the bone. As the bone bonds with the titanium, it creates a strong foundation for artificial teeth to be placed.


Why implants?

Implants are our first option to replace missing teeth when possible because they can be placed without adjusting any adjacent teeth. They also preserve natural tooth tissue by avoiding the need to cut down teeth for conventional bridgework. Anyone who has lost teeth regains the ability to eat virtually anything and smile with confidence, knowing their teeth appear natural.  

Evaluation for Dental Implants

When deciding if implants are the best option for you, the most important factor is finding out if you have adequate bone for an implant to be placed. We’ll assist you by conducting a dental/radiographic examination along with a review of your health history. During these consultation visits, your specific needs and considerations will be addressed by us or a specialist referred by our practice to decide if implants are right for you. At Titus Dental, we only restore dental implants. We do not place them. 

Dental Implants FAQ

Are you considering dental implants? If so, you may have some questions about the procedure. Below we’ll answer some of the most common questions about dental implants. Keep reading to learn more!

How much do dental implants cost?

The cost of dental implants varies depending on the location, type of implant, and surgeon. On average, dental implants can range from $1,000 to $3,000 per implant.

Do dental implants hurt?

Most people report that dental implants do not hurt. However, some people may experience slight discomfort immediately after the implant is placed. This discomfort is typically mild and can be treated with over-the-counter pain medication.

How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants can last for many years, but their lifespan varies from person to person. Proper oral hygiene and regular dental checkups are essential to keeping dental implants healthy and functional.

Can I get dental implants if I have gum disease?

People with gum disease may be able to get dental implants, but they will need to undergo treatment for their gum disease prior to implant placement. Failure to treat gum disease may increase the risk of implant failure.

Can I get dental implants if I have a history of cavities?

Yes, people with a history of cavities can get dental implants. However, it is important to have healthy teeth and gums prior to implant placement in order to reduce the risk of implant failure.

How long does the implant process take?

The implant placement process typically takes one to two hours. However, the entire process, from consultation to final restoration, can take several months.

Are dental implants reversible?

Dental implants are not reversible. If you decide you no longer want implants, you will need to have them removed and may experience some damage to the surrounding teeth.

If you have any other questions about dental implants, be sure to ask us!. They will be able to answer any questions you have and help you decide if dental implants are the right choice for you.


Key Benefits:

Implants last a lifetime and feel as comfortable as your natural teeth.

They prevent bone loss by filling out the empty space in the jaw and ultimately prevent facial sagging and premature aging.

Dental Implants

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