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Dental Implants – Fargo, ND

Tooth Replacement That Lasts for a Lifetime

Dental implants basically allow our team to recreate an entire missing tooth from the roots up, which is something no other treatment can accomplish. In the end, a dental patient receives a prosthetic that looks, feels, and functions like a real tooth in every way they can imagine, and they only need to brush and floss to take care of it! Dental implants have revolutionized how dentists are able to reverse tooth loss, and at Cornerstone Dental, you can now get this state-of-the-art solution to permanently close any gaps you have in your smile.

Why Choose Cornerstone Dental for Dental Implants?

Benefits of Dental implants

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Dental implants involve placing a small titanium post into the jawbone to mimic the root of a tooth, and this provides the foundation for a new crown, bridge, or denture. This approach brings several advantages compared to other replacements:

Indications for Dental Implants

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After giving you an oral exam and taking X-rays of your jaw, our dentists can determine whether or not dental implants would be a good option for you. If they are, they can help you decide which of the following restorations would be the best fit for your needs:

Missing Single Tooth

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A dental implant-supported crown can be placed between two healthy teeth without affecting them at all. This is a much more conservative approach compared to a traditional bridge in which the surrounding teeth have to be shaved down to support the prosthetic.

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Missing Multiple Teeth

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A small number of implant roots can be used to support multiple crowns, a partial denture, and even a bridge that replaces up to three teeth in a row. Compared to regular dental prosthetics, implant-retained ones have a stronger fit, more natural appearance, and have been shown to last much longer as well.

Missing All Teeth

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For patients missing all of their teeth along a single arch, instead of replacing each one with an individual implant, we can use just four to six implants to secure a full denture. Implant dentures are not only more stable than regular ones, but they also help a patient recover much more of their bite strength.

How Dental Implants Work

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At your average dental office, you would be forced to visit multiple doctors and offices in order to get dental implants. If that already sounds stressful, then you’re far from alone! Thankfully, at Cornerstone Dental, our dentists have the training and experience to complete the entire procedure from start to finish. Dr. Goodwill can place a patient’s new roots, and then she or Dr. Majidian can restore them using custom-made restorations. That way, a patient can rebuild their smile while working with the same trusted team the entire time.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

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Our dental implant treatment plans are personalized for every patient based on their unique needs, and because of this, the cost of the procedure can vary quite a bit from person to person. While implants do tend to have a higher cost upfront compared to traditional bridges and dentures, they are an investment that can easily last for decades, meaning a patient will save thousands in the long run because they won’t have to periodically redo their teeth (regular bridges and dentures typically have to be completely redone every five to seven years on average).

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