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Dental Implant Services

Our dental implant services are safe, effective, and personalized to your needs.

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Ceramic Dental Implant

Ceramic dental implants provide a metal-free, biocompatible, and white tooth replacement that can brighten your smile.

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Full Mouth

There are several types of full arch implant supported restorations, and they all have distinct considerations. However, all approaches will show a marked improvement when compared to the constant hassle and discomfort of conventional dentures or a mouth of broken-down teeth.

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Multi-Tooth Implants

In some instances a patient may be missing several teeth, but has healthy teeth surrounding the space.

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Single-Tooth & Mini Implants

An implant that restores a single tooth is an excellent replacement choice, as the restoration will look, feel, and function just like a natural tooth.

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Ozone Surgical Disinfection

Our ozone surgical disinfection offers a strong bactericidal effect that keeps you protected from infections during and after your procedure.

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Immediate Dental Implants

At Minnesota Dental Surgery, we have the capability to place immediate implants for all types of teeth the same day they are removed.

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Your teeth are composed of a crown and root. The root acts to hold the crown by being embedded in the bone. Like tooth roots, dental implants are support structures that interface biologically, or integrate, with the bone of the jaw to support a dental restoration. The type of dental restorations can range from single crowns, bridges, or even complete dentures. The linker from the dental restoration to the implant is known as the abutment. Abutments and implants are made from either zironia or a titanium alloy, both of which securely fuse to the bone under the gums.

Although there are other tooth replacement options available like dental bridges and dentures, the reasons why dental implants are the regarded as the best standard of care are numerous.

  • Implant restorations are fixed in place, and not loose, like dentures
  • Implants preserve bone like teeth and resist bone shrinkage, which can make you look older
  • Dental implants allow for restorations that look, feel, and behave like natural teeth
  • Dental implants enable you to chew, smile, talk, and look completely natural, which instills social, psychological, and physical well-being

Some insurance policies cover dental implants, but many do not. Some policies may pay for a portion of the cost, but you still may have to pay some out-of-pocket expenses. Each insurance policy is different, so you can either check with your dental insurance provider, or call our staff to determine your expected portion.

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What Comes Next

Home Care After Dental Implant Procedures

Following the placement of a dental implant, you may have some questions about what to expect and how to take care of the site.
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Minnesota Dental Surgery & Implant Center brings highly trained skills often found in a large dental surgery center to a friendly neighborhood office environment. Our licensed dentists have special training in various dental procedures including dental extractions, implants, and sedation.

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