A revolutionary tooth replacement option, dental implants can restore one tooth, several teeth, or even an entire upper or lower arch of teeth at once. Patients are selecting dental implants as their tooth replacement option of choice for their durability, permanence, and natural-looking appearance.
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Dental implants are a popular option for patients looking to restore the look, feel, and function of natural teeth. Whether a patient is missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or an entire arch of teeth, dental implants can be an ideal option for many successful candidates. Our oral surgeons at Boulder Oral Surgery specialize in dental implant-based tooth restorations and can formulate a treatment plan with your oral health, preferences, and aesthetics in mind.
How long does the dental implant process take? Visit our Dental Implants FAQ page to find out the answer to patients’ most popular questions.
During the surgical placement of dental implants, your oral surgeon will place the dental implant post into the jaw bone. This post is made of medical-grade titanium and is ideal for fusing with the surrounding bone for a secure foundation through a process called osseointegration. While the surgical procedure of placing the dental implants can be relatively brief — as little as 30 minutes for a single implant — it can take several weeks for the implant to successfully and completely fuse with the jaw bone.
When you come to Boulder Oral Surgery for the placement of your dental implants, our oral surgeons will make every effort to ensure you feel safe, comfortable, and informed throughout your treatment. Dr. Nedbalski, Dr. Chai, and Dr. Luter specialize in dental implant-based tooth restorations. From a single dental implant to a complete All-on-4 restoration procedure, we can design a treatment plan to restore your smile.
Dental implants provide many benefits for patients, such as
Dr. Nedbalski, Dr. Chai, and Dr. Luter at Boulder Oral Surgery are committed to providing the highest standard of care for their patients. The use of the X-Guide system assists in the surgical planning and placement of your dental implants by combining the advancements of cone beam 3D imaging with powerful navigation software. This digital system also allows patients the ability to receive their personalized treatment plan and implant procedure on the same day.
The X-Guide will be used during your surgical procedure. The X-Guide can produce 3D images of your unique anatomy to assist your oral surgeon in the optimal placement of your implants, resulting in a safe, accurate, and aesthetically pleasing placement of your implants.
Benefits of the X-Guide include
Dr. Nedbalski, Dr. Chai, and Dr. Luter specialize in dental implant-based tooth restorations and utilize the most advanced surgical and diagnostic tools to achieve optimum results for their patients, including the X-Guide. With two convenient offices in Boulder and Longmont, we are always happy to meet with you to discuss your treatment plan.
With individualized treatment plans, a welcoming and knowledgeable care team, and experienced oral surgeons, Boulder Oral Surgery is dedicated to providing the finest oral surgery services in the Boulder and Longmont areas. We make every effort to keep the costs of our services down to ensure our patients can receive these valuable treatments.
We take the time to ensure every patient receives a treatment plan that is right for them. This means that the exact cost of a dental implant treatment plan will vary between patients. Factors that can affect the overall cost of treatment may include the addition of bone grafting or other procedures, insurance coverage, how many teeth are to be replaced, overall health, and more. You can learn more by visiting our Financial & Insurance Policy page or simply calling our office with any questions.
The most accurate estimate of your oral surgery costs can be determined after a consultation appointment with one of our oral surgeons. You can contact our office in Boulder or Longmont to schedule an appointment.
Most patients who are healthy enough to receive a minor dental procedure are healthy enough to receive dental implants. This is great news for the many patients who may not qualify to receive other tooth replacement treatments. For some patients, an additional procedure called a bone graft is necessary before receiving a dental implant due to the loss of bone around the gums and jaw. You can learn more about bone grafting treatment by visiting our Bone Grafting page.
Caring for dental implants that have healed is easy. Just brush, floss, and see your dentist regularly!
The time it will take you to recover from your dental implant placement surgery may vary from someone else receiving the same procedure. On average, it takes several weeks for the titanium implant post to completely integrate with the bone — between three and six months. Your age, the condition of your jaw, lifestyle, and more will all play a role in how well — and how fast — you heal.
Dental implants are considered an investment in your oral health and tend to cost more than other options for tooth replacement. At Boulder Oral Surgery, your treatment plan will be unique to you — your insurance coverage, the number of dental implants to be placed, whether other treatments are necessary before receiving dental implants, and more will all factor into the final cost of your treatment. You can schedule an appointment with Dr. Nedbalski, Dr. Chai, or Dr. Luter to learn more about dental implants, your treatment, and overall cost by contacting our practice.
At Boulder Oral Surgery, our surgeons and their team will make every effort to ensure you feel safe and comfortable throughout your procedure. Your options for anesthesia during your procedure, as well as over-the-counter or prescription medications to manage post-operative discomfort, will be discussed during your consultation.
If you are considering dental implants and live in or near Boulder or Longmont, we encourage you to visit us at Boulder Oral Surgery for an in-depth consultation with Dr. Nedbalski, Dr. Chai, or Dr. Luter. Dental implants are accessible to many patients with varying degrees of tooth loss.
Feel free to give our practice a call. We are always happy to assist our patients on their journey toward improved oral health.