WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS?
Permanent solution for tooth loss
Dental implants represent a common procedure of permanently replacing missing teeth without affecting neighboring teeth.
Placing dental implants is a surgical procedure. Board certified Oral and maxillofacial surgeons are the recognized experts in providing surgical care in the oral cavity. With the help of dental implants, we can fully remedy toothlessness and thus strongly improve chewing and speaking abilities as well as restore a beautiful smile. Implants can also serve as carriers of a fixed dental bridge or denture.
Dental Implant Placement Process
Understand The Surgical Procedure & Timeline
A dental implant is an effective option for a suitable candidate to replace a missing tooth.
However, it's important to understand that you're committing to a very long process that can take as long as 6-8 months or more to complete. Learn more about the dental implant placement and timeline of the surgical procedure.
Different Types of Dental Implants
Using The Highest-Quality Materials
Since dental implants are implantable medical devices, we believe that quality is of the utmost importance and we refuse to compromise when comes to your oral health. We're proud to use Nobel Biocare's products and treatment materials, giving patients fully functional and natural-looking restorations that aspire to last a lifetime. Below are a few of the dental implant procedures we offer at our practice, along with other alternative solutions to fit case and budget needs.
Our office offers payment & financing options, allowing you the freedom to make the best decision about your treatment options. For your convenience, we accept VISA, MasterCard, and Discover as well as cash and debit cards. We also accept CareCredit when out of pocket expense exceeds $1,500. To learn more about CareCredit and how to apply, visit www.CareCredit.com. Click below to learn more about our payment policy and financing options.
Roanoke Oral Surgery is in-network with several dental insurances carriers and with Medicare. Please call our office or your insurance carrier to find out if we are in-network with your carrier. All co-pays and unmet deductibles will be expected to be paid at the time of service. Any remaining balance after your insurance claims are processed is solely your responsibility. Click below to learn more about our insurance policy.