Tooth loss can make simple tasks like eating and speaking difficult and make you feel self-conscious about your smile.
Drs. Martin and Derek Farnsworth can replace missing teeth and improve your quality of life with state-of-the-art dental implants.
Find out why dental implants are one of the best restorative options for our patients in the Mesa, AZ, region...
So What Is a Dental Implant?
The Importance of Your Dental Implant Provider
While a dentist's skill and experience are always important, they're essential for successful dental implant treatment. Implant placement surgery is a complex restorative procedure that requires the steady hand of a well-trained professional. Drs. Martin and Derek Farnsworth have education in advanced restorative dentistry and have been recognized in the field, including being named one of "America's Top Dentists." We ensure consistently successful results and unparalleled patient satisfaction using the highest quality materials and latest dental technology.
Get started on your treatment today with a team you can trust at Las Sendas Dental Health. Schedule a consultation at our Mesa, AZ, office by sending a message online or by calling:
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Your Treatment Timeline
The process of getting implants requires multiple visits to our Mesa, AZ, practice over several months, but unlike many dentists, we perform the entire placement process from start to finish. Here are the steps involved in your treatment:
We can provide you with a temporary restoration to wear during the osseointegration period.
Maintaining Your Dental Implants
You will receive detailed care instructions when your treatment is completed, but most dental implant maintenance is straightforward.
One of the biggest advantages of implants is that they are anchored in the jawbone and treated much the same way as natural teeth. Unlike removable dentures that require rinsing after meals and soaking overnight, it's unlikely you'll need to incorporate additional steps into your dental hygiene routine. Just brush and floss daily and attend regular checkups at our Mesa practice.
As a patient of Las Sendas Dental Health, I am impressed by the friendly administrative team, the comfortable waiting room, and the patient amenities. The investment that the practice’s dentists have made in dental care technology, and the professional expertise of my hygienist Taryn, gives me the confidence that I’m receiving first-rate care.View on Google
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Are There Any Downsides to Implants?
Dental implants are generally considered the most beneficial method of tooth replacement and are low-risk for qualified patients. While there is a chance of complications, as with any surgical procedure, dental implants have an overall success rate of up to 98%.
The biggest drawback for most patients is the price of treatment. Unfortunately, implants are more expensive than traditional forms of restorative dentistry. However, our Mesa, AZ, practice is committed to keeping our prices fair, competitive, and manageable with financing options through CareCredit® and LendingClub®. It is also important to consider the potential long-term savings of dental implants. Many patients can avoid costly restorative treatments in the future by protecting their oral health and bone structure with implants.
If you have any concerns about implants being right for you, please talk to our team during your consultation. We want to help you make informed decisions about your dental care and, ultimately, find the best treatment for your unique needs.