Dental Implants in Westford & Bedford
Dental Implants in Westford & Bedford
Do you have missing teeth that are impacting the way you can eat your favorite foods or make you self-conscious about your smile? Do you wear a removable partial or denture that is ill fitting or limits your enjoyment when dining, or in social situations? If your answer to these questions is yes, then we have the team to provide you with excellent solutions. Dental implants serve as strong, stable anchors for highly realistic replacement teeth. One dental implant can support a single crown, while a handful of dental implants can support an entire upper or lower arch of teeth.
Dr Gabriel Boustani is a board certified periodontist and member of our Emerson Dental team who will guide you through the process of obtaining dental implants to restore the function and aesthetics of your teeth. Being a multi-specialty practice, we will seamlessly coordinate all aspects of your implant care without the inconvenience of having to go to multiple offices. We also offer financial planning and will work with your insurance benefits to provide you with the most cost effective way to achieve the smile you desire.
Call (978) 399-0017 to learn more and schedule your appointment.
Regardless of your particular needs, the first step of your treatment is to obtain a comprehensive evaluation. We utilize cone beam scanning technology to create a full 3D digital model of your mouth which provides for highly accurate planning and placement of your new dental implant.
Using biocompatible titanium, your implant will be placed in the mouth and over the next four to six months, your implant will fuse with the bone through a process known as osseointegration. Depending on the location of the missing tooth, you may require a temporary restoration or a removable appliance such as a denture, during this period of healing. Once the implant is fully fused, an abutment post will be attached to secure the final restoration.
Durable and long-lasting, dental implants restore most of the bite strength and relicate the chewing ability of natural teeth. Implants prevent and more importantly, reverse bone loss and sunken appearance associated with dentures. No longer will you have to face the slipping, loosening, and gum irritation that affect so many denture wearers. Whether you choose a removable or permanently attached final restoration, dental implants provide you the security and peace of mind, knowing that you will be able to speak and eat as you would with your natural teeth.
We are have two convenient locations in Westford and Bedford, MA. Contact our friendly staff at Emerson Dental today to schedule your initial consultation and put you on the right path to achieving your beautiful and healthy smile.
Dental Implants FAQ
How much do dental implants cost in the Boston area?
The cost of a dental implant (including abutment and crown) in the greater Boston area is between $5000 and $7000. Several factors determine the cost of a dental implant, including whether you need a bone graft or additional procedures. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.
Does getting a dental implant hurt?
Most patients do not experience pain during dental implant procedures and only report minimal discomfort. When all is said and done, you’ll have a natural, long-lasting smile that will allow you to go about your normal daily activities without sacrifice.
Can dental implants be performed in one day?
Dental implants can sometimes be performed in one day, depending on your anatomy and bone type. Immediate load implants, or same-day implants, allow the placement of a temporary tooth during the same appointment as your dental implant placement.
Are dental implants as strong as natural teeth?
Dental implants are made of titanium and are built to last for many years, or even a lifetime. Implants are the closest thing to your natural teeth. It is a biomedical device to replace your missing tooth or teeth to allow you to function and smile properly.
Are dental implants safe for senior citizens?
There’s no age limit for dental implants. Ideal candidates for dental implant procedures are medically stable senior citizens looking to improve oral function, quality of life, and their smile.
What's the difference between dentures and implants?
Dental implants are a biomedical device that act as an artificial tooth root. They are placed into your jaw to hold a dental prosthesis. Dental implants can hold crowns, bridges or dentures, depending on how many teeth are missing. Compared with traditional dentures, implant-supported dentures are more stable. Implants are the strongest, most reliable option for teeth replacement.