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Dental Implants - Hicksville, NY

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Answers to Your Common Questions About Dental Implants

When patients are seeking dental implants, it is understandable for there to be common questions about dental implants and the overall process for surgery. At National Dental’s Hicksville office, we want to be as transparent and open with our patients as possible so they understand every reason they are making the choice to replace missing teeth with dental implants. To help you answer your common questions about dental implants, we offer a free consultation with our doctors and staff. During this consultation, you will be able to ask any additional questions you have, discuss your smile goals and receive a possible dental implant cost estimation. To help ease your anxieties over the procedure, we have created a helpful dental implant FAQ guide. Below, we have answered many common questions about dental implants that we hear.
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Why Dental Implants?

Considered to be the gold standard of tooth replacement, dental implants mimic the form and function of your natural teeth. They can restore up to 99% biting and chewing function, allowing you to eat the foods you love again. With proper care, your dental implants can last you the rest of your life!

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How Successful Are Dental Implants?

When placed by our experienced doctors at National Dental, your dental implants have an over 95% success rate. We utilize advanced technology and guided implant placement to ensure that your dental implants are placed as successfully as possible.

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What is the Dental Implant Cost?

Dental implants are unique to each person’s smile. There is no set cost as price is dependent on your needs. During your free consultation we will be able to evaluate the state of your mouth and help you come up with a treatment plan unique to you and within your budget.

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How Many Teeth Can I Replace with Dental Implants?

Dental implants are so unique that we can replace virtually any number of teeth. Individual teeth can be replaced on a 1:1 basis and we can create implant supported bridges or dentures to replace multiple teeth in a row. Even a full-arch of missing teeth can be restored with All-on-4® solution!

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Do I Qualify for Dental Implants?

In order to have dental implants placed, patients should be in good overall health, have adequate jaw bone volume and not be affected by gum disease. Our team can help assist you in improving your condition and chances to have dental implants after a free consultation with our team.

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Can I have Implants Placed the Same Day as Tooth Extraction?

In many instances, yes, you can have a tooth removed and an implant placed at the same time. We also have multiple full-arch solutions that can help you receive a fixed bridge of new teeth quickly.

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Will There Be Complications?

At National Dental, we have a team of experienced dentists and utilize the most advanced technology with every implant procedure. This minimizes the chances of any complications, but our team is capable of handling even the most complex of concerns. We can also treat patients who have received dental implants at other locations and who may be experiencing concerns.

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How Long Will My Dental Implants Last?

When placed by our experienced team, your dental implants can last you for many years. With proper homecare and routine checkups and professional cleanings, most dental implants can last you the rest of your life.

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How Do I Care for My Dental Implants?

Dental implants are easy to take care after they have healed. Proper care involves simply brushing the teeth and gums twice a day and flossing daily. We recommend you keep regular dental checkups and cleanings to be sure no complications are developing.

Do You Have a Different Question?

Schedule your free dental implant consultation online or by calling our office at (516) 629-5086 to talk with our doctors and team.