Why Choose Us for Dental Implants in North Dakota?
- Free consultation
- Ease of working with our office
- In-house lab
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The Guide Will Show You:
- Dental Implant Options
- Average Pricing
- Factors That Affect Eligibility
- And More…
Types of Dental Implants
If you are missing multiple teeth, or you have a dental bridge that needs to be replaced, dental implants are an ideal solution. Dental implants look and function like a traditional tooth, making them an easy solution for patients seeking a long-term, permanent solution for missing teeth. Fixed bridges and removable partial bridges are commonly used for multiple tooth implants. Using implants to support a bridge will aid in keeping the jawbone from deteriorating and provides a functional and comfortable solution for missing teeth.Learn More
Patients with several missing teeth or those with a complete denture are excellent candidates for all-on-four dental implants. All-on-four dental implants will place four to six implants on the same day and will include an all-acrylic set of teeth for a single arch. We recommend all-on-four dental treatments for patients in need of multiple replacement teeth because fewer implants to be placed, allowing the restoration to be more affordable.Learn More
A single tooth implant is placed into your jaw using a screw or cylinder. The bone will then bond with the implant, creating an anchor for an artificial tooth. Dental implants can take upwards of six months to complete based on the way your bone bonds with the implant and the way the body heals. After the initial procedure, we will uncover the implant and attach the permanent crown to the implant. Your smile will once again be restored and you can continue routine oral health habits to keep your new implant looking great and lasting for many years.Learn More
Am I A Candidate For Dental Implants?
Dental implants have continued to rise in popularity over the past decade. Individuals missing one or more teeth can restore their smile with the use of dental implants. A dental implant is an artificial tooth that is designed to hold a replacement tooth or bridge, which is supported by a titanium post directly inserted into the jawbone. At Bismarck Advanced Dental and Implants, we specialize in two types of dental implants: endosteal and subperiosteal. Most people are familiar with the endosteal dental implant, as it is the one used to surgically place the implant into the jawbone. The subperiosteal implant is designed for placement on top of the jaw, versus being surgically embedded into the jawbone. We recommend dental implants because they are an effective and long-lasting solution for individuals missing teeth. To qualify as a candidate for dental implants, we will review your oral health history and determine if you have certain factors that will improve the success rate of a dental implant:
The gums must be in good health for a dental implant to last. The dental implant is connected with the gums in the mouth and patients dealing with periodontal disease will not be considered an ideal patient for dental implants. If you are struggling with gum disease, we recommend contacting our office for an evaluation.
Healthy Bone Density
The other thing we will discuss is your bone density. Patients must have a healthy jawbone for the dental implant to attach securely in the bone. If there is not enough bone density, we can discuss bone grafts as a way to strengthen the jawbone and improve the success of a dental implant.
Dental implants are one of the most successful dental surgeries; however, patients do need to be in good health for the implants to remain successful. If you have diabetes and other health conditions, we need to be aware so we can determine if a dental implant is right for you. Good dental implant candidates typically are in good health and care for their teeth and gums daily.
It is important to pay attention to your oral health habits. If you do have minor issues, contact our office to discuss treatment options. Our goal is to ensure your dental implant treatment will be successful and will improve your life. For more information on the dental implant process and candidate requirements, contact Bismarck Advanced Dental and Implants today.
Meet the Doctors
Dr. Derik Hoerner
Dr. Derik’s overwhelming commitment to passion and excellence has led him to create Bismarck Advanced Dental and Implants. As a one-of-a-kind dental office in Bismarck that utilizes 3D dental implants and an onsite dental lab, we are able to create personalized dental restorations from dentures to crowns and veneers to implant restorations.Learn More
Dr. Christopher Klym
Dr. Klym focuses on each and every clients’ best interests and genuinely cares about their overall health. He tries to ensure that clients are comfortable and brings his unique passion to the job every day. He is particularly passionate about several facets of dentistry, including the use of technology, dental sleep medicine, and esthetic dentistry.Learn More
Step One – Consultation With Our Dental Expert
When you come in for a consultation, you will meet with Dr. Derik Hoerner, our dental implant specialist, to discuss the implant process and answer any questions you have about dental implants. This step will determine your candidacy for dental implants.
At Bismarck Advanced Dental and Implants, we place the implant post, as well as manufacture and place the tooth restoration on top of the post. We are trained in all of these expert phases of implant dentistry, which saves you the inconvenience of going to multiple offices for implant treatment.
Step Two – Discussing Your Treatment Plan
Depending upon the scope of work you need, we will set up a comprehensive treatment plan. The plan will include treatment specific to your dental needs which may include bone grafting, along with x-rays. and a scheduled appointment to check on implant progression and how it is bonding with your jawbone.
Step Three – Navigating Finances
We will discuss the cost of dental implants with you after your dental implant consultation. It is difficult to give pricing over the phone because we need to look at your bone density and overall health prior to providing cost information in order to determine which dental implant is right for you. We will discuss financing options, if needed, to ensure you are a candidate for dental implants.