Dental Implants in Simpsonville, SC
Complete your smile with the #1 solution for missing teeth!
Dental implants are the closest replacement you can get to a natural tooth – they look, feel, and function just it. Implants allow you to live your fullest life, eating, smiling, laughing, and speaking as you normally would.
What are some other benefits of dental implants?
Read on to learn more about the process and how dental implants can change your life!
What to Expect with Simpsonville Dental Implants
Our dental team proudly offers a top-notch dental implant experience from start to finish. How so?
Our restorative dentists can handle all your dental implant needs, including more advanced cases.
Whether you're missing one tooth or several teeth, our implant dentists can help you smile again with dental implants.
For dental implants to be placed successfully, a certain amount of surrounding jawbone is needed for a healthy anchor. Sometimes missing an upper back tooth causes your sinuses to enlarge, creating an air-filled space and bone-loss. In this case, a surgical procedure known as a sinus lift is necessary to restore your sinus cavity before receiving dental implants.
Bone deterioration is a common result of missing teeth. Sometimes, the bone structure degrades to a point where there isn't enough bone density to support the implant. In this case, our dentists can restore your bone structure via a graft to create a stable foundation for your implant.
An implant is just the beginning of what we can do to restore your smile fully. To ensure a seamless appearance, your dental implant restoration could include a single crown, bridge between implants, snap-in partials, or screw-retained dentures.
We use advanced 3D digital technology to create predictable, precise, and beautiful results. We also use surgical guides for complex treatments.
When properly cared for, dental implants are a permanent solution that can last for decades. To promote the longevity of your implants, come in for regular cleanings and maintenance at least every six months. Your daily brushing and flossing routine is also critical to keeping your implants clean and free from infection.
Chris G., Actual Patient
Have Questions about Dental Implants?
Find the answers in our FAQs below.
- How much do dental implants cost?
Do dental implants hurt?
Dental implant surgery is relatively painless. You’ll be numb throughout the procedure so you won’t feel anything. Our expert team will be caring for you and ensuring your comfort the whole time.
Post-surgery, many patients find that over-the-counter pain medication is enough to alleviate any discomfort, which usually disappears within a few days.
Am I a candidate for dental implants?
Most people with one or more missing teeth are a good candidate for dental implants. When you come in for a consultation, Dr. Godwin or Dr. Boudreaux will examine your mouth and determine if you are a good candidate. He’ll take into consideration a variety of factors, including your age, density of surrounding jawbone, health of your gums, and your overall health.
- What other services do you offer?