Dental Implants

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Dental Implants in Mississauga

No More Smiling Behind Your Hand

At Tomken Dental we have found that dental implants are truly able to enhance the quality of life for our patients. Dental implants can improve our patients’ overall health, while helping them gain the confidence that comes from a well-functioning smile that looks good and feels natural.

What do dental implants cost?

Losing a tooth can be devastating, not only because it affects the way you look, but also because it can lead to other physical problems that may affect your health and prevent you from smiling with confidence. Dental implants can be a long-term investment that can last decades with proper oral hygiene.

We understand that cost is a major consideration when undergoing any treatment, and we take great measures to accommodate the unique needs of all of our patients.The cost for dental implants in Mississauga can range from $1,500 – $4,000 per tooth on average. Because the dental implant procedure is tailored to the needs and goals of each patient, the total cost of treatment can vary and is based on many factors such as:

• The number of implants necessary

• The location of the implants

• The complexity of your case

• Whether any treatment is required to improve bone density

• The type of restorations and dental materials used

Every case is different so we encourage you to book a free no-obligation consultation with Dr. Ameen to determine what treatment options are available for your unique situation.

What are the benefits of dental implants?

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Improved Appearance

Dental implants look and feel like your own teeth. They become permanent, “perfect” teeth as they are custom made for your unique smile. Implants provide a firm, perfectly sized and shaped tooth (or teeth), without any movement. You can feel good about your perfectly aligned smile.

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Improved Comfort

Removable dentures can often cause discomfort, whereas implants are “woven” into your own jawbone and are much more comfortable. There is no need to ever remove your teeth. Once the dental implants are in place, a crown, bridge, or dentures can be permanently secured to the implant. Chewing food is easy and painless, just as with a person’s natural teeth.

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Improved Bone Strength

When teeth are lost, the bone that supports those teeth can begin to atrophy and weaken over time. If left unchecked, this processed (called resorption) can cause the jawbone to become unstable and can lead to further tooth loss. Dental Implants stimulate new bone growth around the implant, strengthening the bone structure.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental implants aren’t for everyone. The only way to know if you’re a candidate is to come in for a consultation. If you think you won’t qualify, a customized treatment plan may change that. There are also alternative solutions available for you.

Modern dental implants are practically indistinguishable from natural teeth. Your dental implant will be custom made to fit your smile and they look and feel natural.

Your health and comfort are our top priority. The dental implant procedure is completed with such care and precision you’ll experience as little discomfort as possible. With proper aftercare, you can expect minimal swelling and almost no bleeding.

For patients who are not good candidates for dental implants, dental bridges can be a great restorative option to replace one or more consecutive teeth while blending seamlessly with your smile.

You must ask your insurance provider if they cover dental implants. After a free no-obligation consultation, we can provide you with a quote to submit to them to find out how much your out of pocket cost will be.

Care for your dental implants like a natural tooth. Regular brushing & flossing, cleanings & checkups and letting your doctor know if you have any problems.

It is vitally important to replace missing teeth with dental implants promptly in order to prevent health consequences such as bone loss and facial collapse, shifting and drifting teeth, jaw joint problems, difficult in chewing properly and additional stress on the remaining teeth.