Dental Implants in Jacksonville, FL
At Dental Arts of Florida in Jacksonville, FL you will receive expert care from Drs. Fred Tepedino and Tracy Riemland. Both are experts in general and cosmetic dentistry, and Dr. Fred is also a highly experienced dental implant doctor. Numerous patients have written highly positive reviews about service they have received at Dental Arts. If you’ve been considering a dental implant, contact Dental Arts for an initial consultation, and take the first step toward a better smile.
Individual TeethRenew Your Confidence. Whether you need single teeth replaced or are thinking about a bridge replacement, we have the expertise to get your smile back to where you want it.
Snap-On DenturesGet a Better Fit. Unlike traditional dentures that rest on gums, our Snap-On Dentures are anchored by implant snaps to your gums to provide the most stable, comfortable denture.
Full Smile ReplacementTeeth in One Day! Screw-Retained Dentures can help you achieve a new, full set of teeth that are more comfortable, stable, and healthier to wear.
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- Acts like your natural tooth. You do not feel the difference.
- Implants can last a lifetime, with proper care and good oral hygiene.
- Minimally invasive. Your adjacent teeth are untouched (unlike conventional bridges).
- Provide stability and comfort, with no adjustment necessary after placement.
- A secure fit. Eliminate the need to use denture adhesives
- Provide confidence in chewing and speaking
- Uninhibited talking and laughing
- Easily removed for cleaning and hygiene
- Avoid irritation and inflammation of the gums; a common problem for dentures
Full Smile Replacement
- Hybrid implant denture
- A solution which comes closest to natural teeth
- Permanently secured onto 4 or more implants
- Restores chewing function and taste sensation
- Smile confidently
Jacksonville Dental Implants near MeWhen googling ‘dental implants near me’ or ‘implant dentist near me’, you should find Dental Arts of Florida in your search results. Assuming you live somewhere near the area around Jacksonville, our practice should appear near the top of your list. This means you won’t have to travel far, either for your initial consultation, or for the procedure itself. Our dental implant dentist has performed the procedure numerous times, with consistent success. Being an implant dentist requires special skills and knowledge, and that’s what you can count on at our practice.
Dental Implants: FAQ
Q: What is the best age for dental implants?
A: The jawbones are not fully developed until at least the late teen years, and sometimes into early adulthood. This means younger people are not ideal candidates for dental implants. On the other hand, there is really no upper age limit for implants, and it is fairly common for people in their 80’s to have implants installed.
Q: How do I care for dental implants?
A: Good care for dental implants includes brushing at least twice a day, using a soft-bristled toothbrush. Flossing is also recommended, and an occasional mouthwash will be beneficial.
Q: How successful are dental implants?
A: It will depend on the specific location where an implant was installed, but speaking generally, the success rate of a dental implant is higher than 98%. With normal dental hygiene, implants can last an entire lifetime for the patient.
Q: What are the advantages of dental implants?
A: Implants function just like normal teeth would, and they often last a lifetime. They prevent bone loss, and avoid the possibility of premature aging of the facial area. They can also help you avoid the development of gum disease.
Q: What is a dental implant procedure like?
A: It may be necessary to build up your jawbone so it can support an implant. If that is not necessary, an anesthetic will be administered and then an incision will be made in your gums. Then holes will be drilled into the jawbone and a post for the implant will be installed. After the implant is installed, it will begin fusing with the jawbone, and when that process is complete – usually after several months – an abutment will be installed so it can support the new tooth or crown.
Q: How much do dental implants cost per implant?
A: For most patients, the cost per implant will be in the neighborhood of $1,500 to $2,000, but it could go as high as $4,000. It may cost more depending on the part of the country you live in, and the cost may also increase if you need jawbone supplementation.
Why Choose Dental Arts?
Uncompromising Dedication to Our Patients
- Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon on staff
- Experience treating complex cases
- Weekend and evening surgery appointments
- All treatment in one location
- Most PPO insurance accepted
- Care Credit accepted
- No interest financing up to 12 months*
- Extended payment options *
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