Dental implants replace your broken or missing teeth

Dental ImplantsDental implants serve as tooth roots to become a base for permanent or removable teeth. The implant is an attachment which bonds to the jawbone to become a sturdy base for new artificial teeth, called crowns. Dental implants are nearly as strong as natural teeth and are a long lasting method to replace teeth. An implant functions just like a natural tooth and has the same look, feel and strength as a normal tooth. New and innovative technologies have made dental implants more affordable and accessible than ever!

Patients interested in dental implants should schedule a consultation at a Tru Family Dental location. A skilled and trained implant specialist will guide you through the implant process and evaluate your unique situation. During the consultation, your dentist will walk you through the process and ensure you have healthy gums with plenty of bone to keep the implant in place. We’ll discuss exactly how much dental implants cost, learn about third-party financing options, discuss next steps and answer any questions you may have.

Why dental implants?

  • Implants are the preferred way to restore missing teeth, prevent any further tooth loss and create strong bone structure.
  • Dental implants restore chewing ability, allow you to eat everything and improve nutritional habits.
  • Modern techniques have advanced implants, making the process easier, more affordable and available to more patients.

Schedule an appointment for a consultation today at one of our locations. Implants are affordable than you may think, and monthly payments are available. Tru Family Dental implant specialists undergo comprehensive education and training in the very latest implant dentistry techniques and technologies.

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Dental implants are a highly effective dental restoration option to replace a natural tooth. An implant preserves the natural bone and stands on its own with great stability.

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