Our Implant Solutions
Dental implants are a great permanent solution for replacing missing or extracted teeth. Beyond restoring the completed look of your smile, implants play a critical role in helping maintain your oral health. Whether you’re missing one tooth or an entire arch, the staff at Triad Cosmetic Dentistry of Archdale offers dental implant solutions to replace missing teeth and give you the smile you’ve always wanted.
What are Dental Implants?
Dental implants replace lost teeth from the root to the crown, while seamlessly blending into your smile.
- Restore one or more teeth.
- Replace full arches with implant-supported dentures.
- Secure snap-in removable dentures.
Dental implants look, feel, and function like your natural teeth. Whether you are getting a single tooth replaced or a more extensive restoration, getting started is simple.
Our Unique Process
We use CBCT technology to digitally create a 3D model of your mouth. This gives us greater visibility, aids us in precision, and allows us to deliver successful and predictable results. Use of CBCT technology helps us provide high-quality treatment that will surely give you the smile of your dreams. We are delighted to answer all of your questions and discuss different treatment options so that you can find the restorative solution that is right for you.
Follow the link below to learn about the implant process at our Archdale office and discover how dental implants can change your life.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is dental implant surgery painful?
Triad Cosmetic Dentistry uses the latest in dental technology, including the Anutra Local Anesthetic Delivery System to minimize any discomfort or pain during your procedure. This allows us to enhance the speed and effectiveness of dental anesthesia to ensure you’re completely relaxed.
What are the benefits of dental implants?
Not only are dental implants the most durable tooth replacement option, but they offer a range of benefits. Dental implants are crafted to blend perfectly with your natural smile and restore your ability to chew and speak properly. Best of all, implants are the only restoration that protects the jawbone from further bone loss.
How long does the dental implant process take?
The entire dental implant process can take anywhere from three to nine months, depending on how many implants you need and the condition of your mouth. Fortunately, we can complete each patient’s procedure entirely at our Archdale office within a series of appointments.
How much do dental implants cost?
The overall cost of a dental implant procedure varies from patient to patient depending on several factors. This may include the number of implants needed, any supplementary procedures required, and how much their insurance will cover.
If you have good oral health, you’ll be able to receive dental implants right away. However, if you’ve lost any bone or have advanced periodontitis, we’ll have to rehabilitate the health of your mouth prior to inserted implants.
Can any dentist perform implant surgery?
No, in order to understand how to properly place dental implants, dentists must have obtained specific implant education and extensive training. Without this advanced knowledge, a general dentist may risk the success of your newly restored smile.
Luckily, Dr. Keith MacDonald is a qualified implant dentist with a fellowship with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (AAID).
His son, Dr. Daniel MacDonald is also a part of continuing education programs for implantology and is a fellow of the Triangle Dental Insititute for Implant Dentistry and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
Are dental implants more effective than dentures?
Yes, dental implants have become the most popular restoration treatment today. They’re capable of lasting up to a lifetime with proper oral hygiene and regular dental visits, whereas dentures need to be removed and shift around when you eat and speak.
If I have gum disease, can I still get implants?
If you have gum disease and are seeking to get dental implants, taking care of your infection first will help increase your eligibility for implant treatment. Restoring the health of your gums will increase your dental implant’s success and fewer problems will arise in the future.