Single Dental Implants - Abilene, TX
A Tooth You Can Count On
Why Dental Implants Are Ideal
If you’re living with a single missing tooth, a dental implant is the tooth replacement you can count on. A dental implant is the man-made alternative to a natural tooth and is designed to look, function, and feel exactly the same. In fact, it’s made up of all the same parts—the titanium post acts like a tooth root and the dental crown acts like the visible portion of the tooth.
Working together, they’ll create a restoration that will make you wonder if you ever had a single missing tooth in the first place! You won’t need to resort to a dental bridge, which damages natural teeth, or live with a removable partial denture. Choose a dental implant in Abilene, TX and enjoy its health and functional benefits for years to come.
Choose the Experienced Team
As expected, dental implant treatment requires great skill in the planning, surgical, and restorative phases to ensure the ideal aesthetic and functional outcome and ensure its longevity. Our implant dentist, Dr. Robert Leedy, has spent the last 15+ years focusing primarily on dental surgery and smile restoration with dental implants. Implementing the latest surgical technologies and materials into every treatment, he and our team consisting of a cosmetic dentist and specialized prosthodontists have the expertise to place and restore your dental implant right in our own state-of-the-art practice.
All our patient cases are unique, but we encourage you to read more about what to expect with dental implant treatment as well as how you can afford to have your smile restored with this permanent solution.
The Steps to a New Tooth
Step One: Consultation and Planning
Step Two: Dental Implant Placement
Step Three: Final Restoration
Count on Affordable Treatment
A dental implant is costlier than a dental bridge or partial denture, but it’s the only option that doesn’t harm adjacent teeth and has the potential to last the rest of your life! We consider this solution an investment in your smile—its health, function, and beauty.
By completing all phases of your treatment in our office, we can bundle your treatment costs and streamline your care, without sacrificing the quality of our work or the materials we use. Our single tooth implant fee begins at $4,900. This is an all-inclusive fee that includes, extraction, a bone graft or sinus lift, dental implant materials, advanced healing, sedation, and treatment from a team of specialists.
We’ll help you afford your treatment through third-party financing from CareCredit®, LendingTree®, or Compassionate Finance™. Additionally, we can file insurance claims on your behalf so you can maximize your benefits. Rest assured, you can afford a dental implant and get your complete smile back!
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