Dental Implant FAQ - Brookline, MA

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When you have missing or decayed teeth you rarely look and feel your best. If lesser treatments can’t resolve your dental health issues, dental implants are clearly the top choice for a fully restored and flattering smile. As a multispecialty dental practice with award-winning doctors extensively trained in implant placement and restoration, we are the dental implant experts. To help you better understand the advantages of this revolutionary solution, the Dental Partners of Brookline team has compiled this dental implants FAQ. We hope you find it helpful. Remember, the ideal way to get your questions answered is through a personalized consultation here in our Brookline, MA office. Request yours now!

Common Dental Implant Questions

Dental implants look, feel, and perform like real teeth, and are made to last a lifetime. They have three components: a screw-like titanium post that’s anchored in your jaw and takes the place of your tooth root; a strong, natural-looking crown that reliably replaces the above-the-gums portion of your tooth in form and function; and an abutment, which links the two parts. The titanium post permanently fuses with the jawbone a few months after placement.

Using our well-honed expertise and anesthesia we can typically keep you pain-free throughout your procedure. Our skilled team has kept countless patients comfortable while transforming their smiles with implants!

Yes! With bone grafting we can rebuild your jawbone mass and make it strong enough to support dental implants.

Dental implants provide tremendous value with a cost that’s dependent on your unique case. Check our Dental Implant Cost page to see some of the factors that we use to determine your final cost. To learn your specific price and explore our flexible financing options, schedule a one-on-one consultation here at our Brookline, MA office without delay!

No. Dental implants look and function like natural teeth and also require the same type of maintenance. Brush and floss daily as instructed by your dentist and come to our office for regular checkups and cleanings and you may be able to enjoy the benefits of your dental implants for life!

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