SINGLE DENTAL IMPLANT - MADISON MISSISSIPPI

Reason to Smile Again

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Reclaim Your Missing Teeth—and More

If you’re missing teeth, or are about to be, you’re facing several challenges. Those gaps aren’t only embarrassing, they make it difficult to eat and speak naturally and comfortably. Your jaw health, and your self-confidence, may start to decline. A receding jawbone leads to further tooth loss. As we said, challenges. There is one proven solution that can help you overcome all of them. Dental implants look, feel, and perform just like real teeth, and are made to last for many years. We also offer bridges and partial dentures to restore your smile. However, for lasting results we recommend dental implants in Madison, MS.

Key Dental Group has the advantage of having an exceptionally educated and experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeon on staff full-time. He’s a dental implant specialist who completed four years of advanced training during an oral and maxillofacial surgery residency after dental school. He’s prepared to treat even the most complex implant cases. He’s also one of two members of our team who are licensed to administer IV sedation during surgery. Our team is prepared to provide end-to-end dental implant treatment, from placement to tooth extractions to bone grafting to restore your jawbone as needed, here in one convenient location.

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Dental Implants are the Best Option for Missing Teeth

The Smile Restoration Process

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Step 1: Consultation

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Step 1: Consultation

Our team can quickly determine whether you’re a candidate for a dental implant during your free consultation. Even if you aren’t, we can typically make you eligible with a few additional treatments. Beyond this, our team will get to know you, discuss your smile goals, and conduct a comprehensive examination of your mouth. Having a complete picture of your dental health will enable us to plan your placement procedure for the following visit.

Step 2: Placement

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Step 2: Placement

After you’re sedated our team will perform any initial procedures to prepare you for implant placement, if needed. We’ll then surgically insert an implant or implants into your jawbone. Essentially artificial tooth roots, these will act as anchors for your new restorations or crowns—the visible part of your teeth above the gums. Finally, we’ll top your implants with temporary crowns so you can leave our office with a full set of teeth. You should be able to eat and speak comfortably soon after! And you’ll look great, too.

Step 3: A Life Restored

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Step 3: A Life Restored

In the months after your placement procedure your implants will gradually—and permanently—fuse with your jawbone. Once you’ve finished healing you can come back to our office to have your final restorations put in. While many practices only place implants or restore them, we do both! There’s no need to go anywhere else for dental implants in Madison, MS. With your new teeth in place, you’ll be ready to face life confidently again. Now that’s a reason to smile!

A New Smile You Can Afford

Dental implants are the only permanent tooth replacement option. Since they aren’t living tissue, they never develop cavities and their crowns never lose their shine or color. With all of their advantages, you might think they’re not an affordable option. They are! We work with leading third-party financing companies to break your total cost into manageable monthly payments. We also file all dental insurance claims for you and work to ensure you get your maximum benefit. And we have an exclusive in-house savings program to help you afford treatment. You can afford that new smile you want!

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Dental implants are much more than new teeth.

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