Are You Looking for Mini Dental Implants Near Delray Beach?

Posted on: April 17, 2017

Dental ImplantsPalm Beach Dentistry places mini-dental implants near Delray Beach and if you have been looking for an innovative solution to your tooth loss – this is it. Mini implants have been one of the most revolutionary advances in restorative dentistry in the recent past and Palm Beach Dentistry is an industry leader. While mini-dental implants use exactly the same method to become part of the bone as conventional implants, the difference in size is the what distinguishes them. Traditional dental implants measure anywhere from 3.5mm to 6mm in diameter, whereas their mini counterparts measure less than 3.0 mm in diameter that we can place in much narrower areas of the bone.

Approved by the FDA, mini-dental implants consist of the same Titanium alloy as the traditional ones. Mini implants make dental restoration accessible to millions of people who are not good candidates for regular dental implants due to a lack of bone density in the jaw. Mini implants are, therefore, a very good option for patients who are uncomfortable with removable dentures and want something smaller, lighter, more comfortable and permanent.

Are Mini Dental Implants Expensive?

Because placing mini dental implants involves less drilling of bone, there is also less surgery, less postoperative discomfort and less recovery time. Mini dental implants also add the benefit of reducing the cost to the patient.

Are Mini Dental Implants As Strong as Conventional Ones?

Mini dental implants are either just as strong as conventional ones or may even be slightly stronger. Regular implants are hollow in the center so that the abutments can be attached with a screw, whereas mini implants are solid throughout.

How are Mini Dental Implants Placed?

We can execute the placement of the implants quickly in a process that involves local anesthesia or light sedation to help make patients feel more comfortable during their treatment. Using a precise, minimally invasive surgical technique, we implant the mini titanium fixture into the jawbone. After placement, the head of the implant protrudes from the gum tissue providing a strong, solid foundation for securing the dentures. It is a procedure that does not involve any sutures, and the recovery time is much shorter than that of full-size dental implants.

Additional Advantages of Mini-Dental Implants

Some of our patients cannot afford regular implants that tend to be very expensive. Mini dental implants are far more economical and offer a solution to this problem. They are easier to manufacture than their traditional counterparts because the titanium screw is much smaller in size. This makes them a far less costly option for those individuals looking to replace a missing a tooth, or teeth.

Simultaneously, regular dental implants require several visits to our office, extensive surgery that may involve expensive bone grafts, and numerous weeks of recovery time. Whereas, placing a mini dental implant is relatively simple, and far less invasive. They can often be fitted in one or two visits, which means it is possible that you will leave our dental office with an incredible smile after only one or two appointments, rather than visiting us over the course of several months.

If you have been told you in the past that you are not a good candidate for traditional dental implants, perhaps because your jaw is not wide or dense enough, or if you simply cannot afford traditional implants, you can now replace missing teeth with affordable permanent ones that look, feel, and function just like your natural teeth did. For more information, call (561) 225-2057 and schedule your consultation.


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