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Dental Implants – Melbourne, FL

The Best Way to Replace Missing Teeth

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Are you searching for something to reliably take the place of your missing tooth? Or teeth? Dr. Cedric Chenet, Dr. Derek Chenet, and Dr. Veronica Yu can help! For patients who would like to receive a permanent substitute for one or more missing teeth, one that has the most lifelike and longest lasting results available, we may recommend that you take advantage of our affordable dental implants.

Benefits of Dental Implants

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  • Improved appearance
  • Greater confidence
  • Prevents teeth from shifting and resulting in a misaligned bite
  • Improved oral health as a result of continued jawbone stimulation
  • No chance for decay
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • A restoration that can last 30+ years with proper care
  • Greater functionality while eating, chewing, and speaking

Indications for Dental Implants

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The versatility of dental implants is what makes them a popular and superior method of tooth replacement. Whether a patient needs one, multiple, or all their teeth replaced, dental implants can restore a smile and improve a person’s facial shape, resulting in an enhanced appearance and increased confidence.

Missing Single Tooth

Patients who are missing only one tooth can benefit from an implant-retained crown. There is no need to alter natural, healthy teeth, as our team will be focused solely on placing the implant in the vacated socket, which will be topped with a metal abutment and custom-made dental crown. 

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Missing Multiple Teeth

If multiple, consecutive teeth are missing along an arch, an implant-retained bridge can be put into place. Instead of being fixed over healthy teeth, the customized restoration will sit on top of two titanium posts that are surgically placed into the jawbone and create a solid foundation for a new and improved smile.

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Missing All Teeth

Dentures replace an entire arch of missing teeth, but many patients struggle to find a proper fit that is both comfortable and reliable. Traditional prosthetics can slip or slide around at the most inconvenient of times. Patients who are eligible for dental implants can now rejoice — implants can provide far superior stability for a complete or partial denture. What’s more, because they stabilize the jawbone and promote better oral health, implant-retained dentures can also help you maintain your youthful facial structure for longer.

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Mini Dental Implants

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When dental implants must be placed in areas where there is insufficient bone structure or if there is a tight squeeze in the jawbone, mini dental implants can provide wonderful stability for a tooth replacement. Just like the name implies, mini dental implants are very similar to the traditional type — just smaller. Because their placement is simpler, they are also a good option for patients who may not have been eligible for dental implants in the past.

All-On-4 Dentures

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All-on-4 is a method of securing a complete denture using as few as four dental implants. Thanks to the strategic placement of each individual implant, which helps to draw the maximum support from the jawbone, All-on-4 provides significant security for a complete denture in the upper or lower jaw. This treatment can actually be completed in a single day, which is why All-on-4 is often referred to as Teeth-In-A-Day.

The Cost of Dental Implants

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When you are planning for dental implants, the cost of the procedure is a big factor to consider -- and the final price tag will depend on a few things in particular. During a consultation, Dr. Chenet will consider how many teeth you are missing, where along the jaw they are located, and other factors to give you an estimate for what you can expect to pay. Once we have a number in mind, we can discuss ways to make your dental implant procedure fit squarely within your budget.

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