Dental Implants in Winter Garden, FL
The key to restoring your comfort, confidence, and life.
Get a Natural, Healthy Smile with Dental Implants
High-quality implants for single, multiple, and full restorations at Winter Garden Smiles.
Looking for the best way to replace missing, broken, or damaged teeth? Look no further than dental implants!
Winter Garden Smiles offers the latest tooth replacement technology, providing a full, healthy smile that looks and feels completely natural. Our innovative dental implants provide a permanent restoration that fuses with the jawbone, offering a long-lasting solution to tooth loss. We use only the highest-quality Biohorizon dental implants, and our options include single, multiple, and full restorations.
Dental implants are ideal for replacing teeth lost from:
Dental implants can improve your life in countless ways, whether you’re missing one or multiple teeth. At Winter Garden Smiles, our team of experts will help determine if dental implants are right for you.
Contact us today to learn more about this life-changing treatment option and to schedule a consultation.
Rediscover Your Smile with Winter Garden Smiles' Dental Implants
Expert care and high-quality implants for improved quality of life.
Winter Garden Smiles offers personalized care from a team of dental implant experts who use advanced technology to ensure comfortable and effective procedures.
The practice uses only high-quality Biohorizon implants and offers a range of dental implant restorations to restore your smile, regardless of how many teeth you need to replace.
Winter Garden Smiles’ dental implants can improve your quality of life by allowing you to eat, speak, and smile with confidence. We also provide personalized treatment plans and sedation dentistry for a comfortable experience.
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Are Implants for You?
Why should you choose the number one tooth replacement option?
The benefits of dental implants include:
The Dental Implant Procedure
After the necessary prep, including tooth extraction and checking for adequate jawbone, a titanium post is safely inserted in place of the tooth root. In time, this implant fuses with the jawbone to provide structure for the new tooth.
Next, an abutment is placed on the dental implant. This component serves as the connector between the metal post and the tooth replacement, a.k.a., the crown. The abutment holds the new tooth safely in place.
The tooth replacement is a custom-crafted crown designed to match your existing teeth’s appearance and age. This restoration is the final part of the dental implant, completing your smile at Winter Garden Smiles.
Discover Your Options for Dental Implants at Winter Garden Smiles
From single implants to full-arch restorations, we've got you covered.
A single implant is a dental implant that is used to replace a single missing tooth.
An implant bridge is a dental restoration that replaces two or more missing teeth. This type of bridge involves two or more dental implants placed into the jawbone and topped with custom-made dental crowns.
Full Arch, All-X Over Dentures-Fixed and Removable
Full-arch dental implants replace an entire arch of teeth (either upper or lower).
The All-X Over Dentures system is a type of full arch implant that involves four to six dental implants placed in the jawbone, topped with a custom-made denture.
FAQ About Dental Implants
- What are dental implants? Dental implants are the best way of replacing a missing tooth. It is a small post, usually made of titanium, which is inserted into the jawbone. An abutment is placed on top of the dental implant, which connects it to a replacement tooth. Dental implants can hold a prosthetic tooth or bridge.
- Who is a good candidate for dental implants? Most people are good candidates for dental implants. Dental implants can replace one, multiple or all your teeth. Talk to your dentist about your dental needs.
- What are the advantages of dental implants? Dental implants behave like natural teeth. Dental implants can last a lifetime and can prevent jaw deterioration. Dental implants will also improve your nutrition and will make you feel more confident about your smile. Dental implants can restore a person’s ability to chew.
- What are the disadvantages of dental implants? Like any minor oral surgical procedure, there is a risk of infection, inflammation, and pain, but your dentist will discuss how these can be managed for your specific situation. If there is no available bone to place the implant, then bone and gum grafting procedures may be required, which can increase the cost of your treatment. However, the upfront investment can pay off in the long term.
- How much do implants cost and does insurance cover the cost? The cost of replacing a single tooth with a dental implant is almost the same as replacing it with a regular fixed bridge. Dental implant treatment may qualify for some insurance coverage, but situations vary. The cost will vary by patient needs, bone quantity, and region. Our dentist will make an assessment based on your unique needs.
- What is the success rate of dental implants? The success rate of a dental implant varies from individual to individual and depends on the patient’s health and habits. For a healthy individual with good oral hygiene, dental implants have reported success rates above 90-95 percent.
- Do dental implants last? Unlike natural teeth, dental implants are not susceptible to dental disease such as Decay (caries), however, the health of the gums is vital to maintaining lasting implant success. Routine home care by the patient and regular professional cleanings and check-ups are essential for dental implant sustainability. Each patient is different, and success relies upon diagnosis and planning, medical history, and a variety of other factors.
- What is All-on-X? This full mouth tooth replacement is a specialized dental implant procedure where as few as four implants can replace an entire arch of teeth, eliminating the need for a mouth full of dental implants.
- Are dental implants removable like dentures or do they stay in your mouth? No, dental implants are fixed solidly in the bone and allow teeth to be replaced in a manner that is closest to natural teeth.
- How do dental implants help if I have full dentures or partial dentures? Implants are mostly used in patients who wear full dentures or partial dentures. Dental implants can be used to provide retention and support for a removable implant overdenture, which basically snaps on the implants. Therefore, the partial or full denture does not move and reduces the dependency on denture adhesives/denture glue. Dental implants can be used for a fixed denture, where a patient’s dentures are fixed/bolted to the implants through titanium components. Only the dentist can remove this from the mouth.