Our Expertise Makes the Difference
At NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery, we are devoted to giving you the most choices over your dental care. Our patient consultants and experienced implant dentists will go over all your options to help you find which one is best for you. We also provide the most affordable dental implants in Saint Helens, OR, thanks to our flexible financing options and top-of-the-line technology. We’ll be here to guide you every step of the way!
Your Choices for Dental Implants in Saint Helens, OR
Single Dental Implants
If you’re just looking to have one or two missing teeth replaced, single dental implants are an ideal, permanent solution. Custom-made to match the rest of your mouth, single dental implants are the next closest thing to natural teeth. The post of the dental implant even provides stimulation to your jawbone, improving bone growth.
Implant Supported Dentures
If you want the convenience of removable dentures but without the need for adhesive, consider implant supported dentures. These full mouth tooth replacements snap onto two or more dental implants that are surgically installed into your mouth, offering you a more natural look and feel than traditional dentures.
All-on-4® Dental Implants
All-on-4 dental implants are attached to a series of four dental implants in your jaw. They allow you to replace an entire arch of teeth in as little as a day. They can last for decades or even a lifetime, and you take care of them as you would take care of your natural teeth.
What to Expect at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery
When you first visit our Saint Helens, OR office, you’ll be welcomed by one of our patient consultants. This consultant will be with you for your entire journey. You’ll also receive a complimentary 3D cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) scan of your mouth and jaw before you meet your doctor. The doctor will answer all the questions you have, and go over your options with you. Unlike some other practices, we provide a wide range of customized treatments for every individual situation. Before you leave your consultation, we’ll give you an exact price quote for your dental implant procedure in Saint Helens, OR. We never add extra costs or secret fees!
Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Implant Surgery
We realize that visiting a dental office isn’t always a priority. We take pride in making your dental visits with us as comfortable and personalized as possible! If you’re visiting because of a dental emergency, we may alter the following process, but in general, you should expect:
What is a dental implant?
A dental implant is made up of three parts: a titanium or ceramic post, an abutment and a restoration. Built to function like natural tooth roots, dental implants provide bone support and a stable foundation for a single dental crown, a dental bridge, a denture or a full arch prosthesis.
Who is a candidate for dental implants?
Many patients are candidates for dental implants already or can qualify after receiving preparatory treatments like bone grafting and tooth extractions. Candidacy is more accurately determined after a comprehensive consultation and evaluation with an implant dentist.
How much does treatment cost?
The cost of dental implants is based on many factors, including how many teeth are missing and for how long, the types of materials used and what additional procedures are needed. Our team can help you apply for dental financing and will file insurance claims on your behalf to help you afford treatment.
How long is the treatment process?
Dental implant treatment can range from a few months to over a year. In many cases, implants can be surgically placed soon after the consultation and treatment plan are complete. For patients needing bone grafting, this may be a separate procedure requiring several months of healing before dental implant surgery. After dental implants are placed, healing can take three or more months before optimal integration is achieved and a final restoration can be permanently attached. In many cases, patients can wear a temporary restoration during healing.
How long can I expect dental implants to last?
Dental implants can last for decades … and they have the potential to last for the rest of your life! Along with your health habits, surgical technology and clinical experience ultimately affect the longevity of your implants. Choosing an experienced implant team like ours at NuSet Dental Implants and Oral Surgery provides more precise and accurate surgery that better guarantees the long-term success of your treatment.
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