What Are Dental Implants?
The titanium used is the same biocompatible material that has been used for many decades in knee replacement surgeries and hip replacement surgeries.
The dental implant is placed into the jaw bone, just like where your natural tooth root is, and the bone fuses with the implant. Dental implants can be used to restore your beautiful smile for one or more teeth.
Can I Get a Dental Implant?
Any signs of cavities and decay, and signs of gum disease or periodontal disease must be taken care of first. You also must have enough dense bone tissue to support the dental implant.
If you have suffered bone loss, which is very common after you lose a permanent tooth, your dentist may need to rebuild the tissues with a bone graft before dental implants can be used.
Dental implants are the top choice for tooth replacement. While dentures are a wonderful option, dental implants are permanently anchored into your mouth.
Your new restorations will allow you to enjoy speaking, eating, laughing, and your other day-to-day activities without having to worry about your teeth slipping out of place. Dental implants are made to look and feel like your natural teeth.
They give you a natural beautiful smile, as well as stimulate your jawbone to maintain your facial appearance.
Contact a Sunrise Dental office near you to schedule an appointment for a consultation. We have offices conveniently located in Yakima, Bridgeport Oregon, Pasco, Ellensburg, and all around Washington and Oregon.
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List of Accepted Insurance
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- Assurant (DHA)
- Connection (GEHA)
- Delta Benefit Providers (UHC)
- First Dental (FDH)
- Premier Access
- United Concordia (UCCI)
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