Why doesn't my prosthesis work anymore?

Over the years, the bone resorbs due to the absence of natural teeth. The oral condition is severely compromised as the denture support collapses. The malfunction of the prosthesis is the result of a poor foundation.

Are dental implants for me?

Implants are suitable for most people even when the patient has very little bone or poor health.

What are the other options?

If you choose not to have implants, some people are forced to use an adhesive. It all depends on the condition of your mouth.

What are the risks of an implant treatment?

There are very few risks associated with the treatment. The most common is the loss of an implant, which has a 2% chance of rejection. If necessary, we will replace it.

What is the pain associated with implants?

Patients are often surprised to find that implants do not hurt.  The gums, on the other hand, are sensitive. The treatment may cause discomfort.

Will I be without prosthesis between treatments?

Absolutely not, we have several procedures that will allow you to never leave the clinic without your prosthesis.

How long does the surgery last?

Depending on the treatment, surgery can last between one and three hours.

When can I go back to work?

You can return to work the same day, although we suggest waiting until the next day.

How much do the implants cost?

The price varies depending on the method and plan you choose. Treatment plans will be proposed to you and you will be able to make an informed decision. We want to offer you the best price without compromising the quality of the treatment. 

We also offer a financing plan.