Losing a tooth can impact your confidence and your oral health. Left untreated, gaps in your smile can lead to other serious concerns.
At Cary Prosthodontics, our highly trained dentists can replace missing teeth with dental implants for unrivaled benefits.
See why we often recommend this method of tooth replacement to our Cary, NC, and Raleigh, NC, patients…
What Makes Dental Implants a Good Choice?
We Use Advanced Technology
TO MAXIMIZE THESE BENEFITS
Our dental practice practices digital dentistry and is equipped with state-of-the-art tools that allow us to more precisely plan your dental implant treatment. Combined with our in-house lab, we are able to offer our patients nothing short of life-changing results. Our in-office technology includes:
Dental cone beam computed tomography gives our dentists a 3D map to help plan the best placement of your dental implants.
7 Series Dental Scanner
This remarkable machine allows our dentists incredible versatility, speed, and accuracy when designing your new custom-fitted restoration.
Blue Sky Bio System
Advanced treatment planning software means our dentists can accurately place your implants so you can enjoy better success rates and a quicker recovery.
Stratasys 3D Printer
An in-office 3D printer allows us to print custom surgical guides as well as implant and denture prototypes to ensure the best possible fit and outcome.
Visit Our Top-Rated Office
Are you looking for a dental practice you can trust to provide high-quality care? Our office is regularly rated five stars for the professional and friendly care we provide to our patients. To meet with one of our dentists and start your dental crown process, fill out our online form to request your consultation. You can also contact us by calling our office, serving Cary and Raleigh, NC, at:
Need More Reasons to Choose Us?
When you choose Cary Prosthodontics for dental implants, you can rest assured that our team of dental professionals strives to provide the highest quality service. We specialize in complex case management and have several other differentiators:
- Great Value: Our in-house lab helps us offer the highest quality restorations at lower prices.
- Financing Options: We offer flexible financing through GreenSky® and LendingClub to help keep out-of-pocket expenses to a minimum.
- Convenient Hours: We offer early office hours for your convenience.
- Stress-Free Care: Our office features luxury amenities and sedation options to make your visit as relaxing and stress-free as possible.
- Versatility: We work with all implant types including Nobel Biocare, BioHorizons, Straumann, and Dentsply, so you can choose the material that best suits your individual needs.
Will Insurance Cover MY DENTAL IMPLANTS?
While implants themselves are not typically covered by dental insurance plans, your implant-supported crown, bridge, or denture may be partially covered. Our helpful staff will file your insurance paperwork on your behalf and work with your provider to make sure you receive the maximum benefits from your plan.
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LEARN MORE ABOUT DENTAL IMPLANTS
ADDRESS A RANGE OF ORAL HEALTH CONCERNS
A Missing Tooth
If you are missing a single tooth, our team may recommend an implant-supported crown. For two or more missing teeth in a row, we can place an implant-supported dental bridge at our dentistry practice, serving the Greater Raleigh area.
Widespread Tooth Loss
For patients who are missing most or all of their teeth, a denture supported by dental implants can rebuild the structure of your smile. Depending on your jawbone density, you may qualify for All-on-4® dental implants.
Severely Damaged Teeth
Our dentists always try to save decayed or damaged teeth. That said, there are some situations where removing a patient’s natural teeth and replacing them with dental implants is the best option for restoring their oral health.
Loose or Shifting Teeth
Gum disease, physical trauma, and other oral health issues can lead to loose teeth. If other dental treatments cannot provide the results necessary to save your natural teeth, our dentists may recommend dental implants.
According to the CDC, nearly half of adults 30 or older have some form of periodontal disease. In severe cases of gum disease, removing and replacing the affected teeth with the help of dental implants may restore your gum health.
How Do Dental Implants Protect Your Jawbone?
The roots of a tooth play a crucial role in the health of your jaw as well as the stability of your teeth. Dental roots stimulate nerves in the jaw which signal to the brain that resources are needed in a certain area. When a tooth is lost, the lack of stimulation causes the bone tissue in the jaw to begin to shrink. Left untreated, this condition can affect the stability of the remaining teeth and even change the dimensions of your face.
An implant-supported dental restoration replaces the entire tooth structure. The titanium base generates the same stimulation as natural tooth roots, stopping further jawbone atrophy while providing unmatched stability for a dental crown, bridge, or denture. This means you can restore your smile and protect your dental health with dental implants.
Lost a Tooth?
DON'T DELAY REPLACEMENT
HAVE THREE DISTINCT PIECES
Am I a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?
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Damaged or missing teeth undercut your health, comfort, and confidence. Thankfully, the advanced treatments available at Cary Prosthodontics, serving Cary and Raleigh, NC, can restore the appearance and function of your smile, radically improving your quality of life.
After receiving implants, advanced dentures, or other dental prosthetics, you can once again eat your favorite foods, brush and floss normally, and laugh and smile without embarrassment.
Take the first step towards a fully functioning mouth by scheduling an appointment with our prosthodontists. You can request a consultation by filling out our online form or calling our friendly team at:
Initial Implant Surgery
4 SIMPLE STEPS
Day of Surgery
Our team will numb the treatment area and provide additional sedation if necessary so
that you enjoy a virtually pain-free experience.
One of our dentists will then create incisions in the pre-determined areas where the implants will be the most successful.
Our doctors will use custom surgical guides to identify the precise location to place your implant posts. This ensures the best possible results and a speedy recovery.
When all implants are in place, our team will close the incisions with sutures to begin the healing process.
Get More From Your Dentures
WITH SMART DENTURE CONVERSION
Skip the Traditional Impressions
A Customized Denture
Lasting Results Designed for Your Smile
- American College of Prosthodontics (ACP)
- Academy of Osseointegration (AO)
- International Team for Implantology (ITI)