Dental One Associates of Fayetteville
410 N Jeff Davis Drive, Fayetteville, GA 30214

Dental Implants in Fayetteville, GA

Dental implants are the ideal tooth replacement option. Dental implants not only look better and are easier to eat with than traditional dentures and bridges, but they help to maintain your face structure and natural teeth. If you’re looking to regain or create the smile of your dreams, call us today to learn more about dental implants in Fayetteville.

What is a Dental Implant?

A dental implant replaces the roots of the tooth with a titanium screw. The implant then fuses with the bone of the jaw during the healing process. That fusion provides a very secure attachment point for a replacement tooth. You can replace several teeth with dental implants using attached dental bridges or even dentures that stay securely in place on the implants. Implants that use a screw-like post, called endosteal implants, are the most common type. For patients who don’t have enough depth to their jaw, frame-like subperiosteal implants can be a better option.

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

How much dental implants in Fayetteville cost is dependent on a few factors, such as the amount of preparation your jaw requires and whether you receive endosteal or subperiosteal dental implants. The dental implants cost per tooth becomes more cost effective when you replace several teeth in a row that are missing. For example, a partial denture to replace four teeth can be supported by two affordable dental implants. We provide your anticipated dental implants cost to you after our dental implants experts have met with you for an assessment.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

An increasing number of insurance companies offer dental implants insurance. However, the ones that cover the entire dental implants procedure are still in the minority. Even if your insurance company typically doesn’t offer dental implants insurance, they may provide some coverage depending on the reason behind your tooth loss. We help to make affordable dental implants obtainable with options for financing.

Dental Implant Procedure Steps

The dental implants procedure is usually a two-stage process. In the first stage, the implant is set into the jawbone during dental implant surgery. Then you must allow adequate time for the dental implants to fuse with the jawbone. That can take several weeks to months. Once the dental implants are firmly set, your dentist puts an abutment on top of each implant and your new prosthetic tooth or teeth on top of that. The dental implants procedure is now complete, and you can enjoy your new enhanced appearance and improved quality of life.

Benefits of Dental Implants

There are many dental implants benefits compared to traditional bridges and dentures. Some of the main advantages include:

  • Eating just about any food that you want. Chewing isn’t restricted as it can be with dentures.
  • Preserving your remaining natural teeth. Neighboring healthy teeth are not affected by dental implants as they can be with traditional dental bridges that attach to adjacent teeth.
  • Stimulating the jawbone. Dental implants, rooted in your jawbone, help to reduce or even halt the bone loss that’s associated with missing teeth.

Am I a Candidate for Implants?

A good candidate for dental implants has sufficient bone to support the implants properly. If your teeth have been missing for a while, the bone may have started to shrink. However, bone grafts can restore the jaw, allowing dental implants to be placed successfully. Let your dentist know if you are a smoker because that can interfere with proper healing after the dental implants procedure. The best way to determine if you are a dental implants candidate is to schedule a consultation with our office today.

Dental Implants Care

Dental implants care after surgery should involve nothing more than taking pain relievers for minor discomfort and swelling. Most patients can return to their normal activities within two to three days at the most.

Caring for dental implants to optimize their longevity is the same as caring for your natural teeth. You need to practice good oral hygiene through brushing and flossing to keep your gums healthy and jawbone strong.

How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

If properly cared for, your dental implants can last from 10 years to a lifetime. However, precisely how long dental implants will last is influenced by your lifestyle, such as whether or not you smoke, and your adherence to good oral hygiene. To find out more about your options for dental implants in Fayetteville, call or visit our office today.

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Patient Reviews
The faculty and staff were very friendly and very fast!
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On time,, friendly staff
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Great experience
Amanda W.
I have always hated going to the dentist officee, but my experience at Dental One changed all of that. Everyone is so nice. And I need to give a special shoutout to Tyrone—not only did he make me […]
Sheila L.
After having conflicts with my schedule. The office was understanding and worked with me to reschedule an appointment that worked for me. Great people to work with.
Gary M.
Friendly knowledgeable office people and great dentists. They make me feel comfortable and I am not in waiting room long.
Simone T.
Cleanliness of the office, coursety of the staff, and the awesome job Daisy does taking care of my teeth.
Cheneda N.
The skill, demeanor, manner, and empathy utilized in providing my care.
James W.
I have always been afraid of dentist.. Hence the reason I always put stuff off until the pain hit. However, o came across Dental ONE and from the receptionist, like Phyllis, to the doctors, they were […]
Virginia N.
Friendly atmosphere and appointment times are with no long waiting.
Robert F.
All staff were professional, efficient, and customer friendly.
Harry G.
The staff was friendly and attentive to my particular needs even after coming in as an emergency new patient. I would highly recommend this practice.
Lisa F.
I received my new partial plate and it fits perfect and is very comfortable. And as always, everyone was very courteous and professional. Dr. Joe is great.
Donnie K.
Dental One is well Organized; Professional; Friendly; Gentle; and Caring.
Michael S.
My children and I have been patients there for almost 10 years. The staff are wonderful and always take great care of us.
Shakila R.
Very friendly staff. They made the dental process easy for my family and I.
Kisean H.
Staff makes you feel right at home. All very competent.
Michael R.
Awesome services received by Dr. Johanson and his staff on every visit. He really takes good care of his patients and he explains the procedures thoroughly.
Nicole M.
Very thorough.
Kelsie L.
I broke a tooth at work. I called the office immediately after lunch. Dr. Jo and his team worked me in to their schedule.
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Tue. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wed. – 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thu. – 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Phone: (678) 228-8348
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  • Tuesday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Wednesday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Thursday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Friday 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Saturday Closed
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