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Affordable Dental Implants
As your trusted Idaho Falls dentist, it is our job to tell you when a tooth cannot be saved despite your excellent oral-hygiene practices and commitment to routine exams and cleanings. Whether you’re facing an extraction or have lost teeth because of an unexpected accident or decay, at Premier Dental Care, we offer implant dentistry and dental implants — a permanent, restorative solution that will give you back your beautiful, natural-looking smile.
What Is a Dental Implant?
In implant dentistry, a dental implant consists of a small, screw-shaped, titanium post that replaces the root of a missing tooth. It is covered by a porcelain crown that looks and feels just like your old tooth. It requires a minor surgical procedure in which the post is inserted into the jawbone where the missing tooth once was and is left to heal for a set period of time. While it heals, the bone fuses to the implant, and then the tooth-like crown is attached.
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Why Dental Implants?
Implant dentistry is quickly gaining popularity. Dental implants have a 95 percent tooth-replacement success rate and correct even the most severe problems associated with missing teeth. They are a safe and effective method for replacing missing teeth with new, natural-looking, permanent teeth, and they help preserve the tooth-supporting bone that naturally deteriorates when a tooth is lost, thereby sustaining the integrity of your facial structure.
For many, dental implants offer a much-needed reprieve from ill-fitting, uncomfortable dentures or retainers with false teeth. At Premier Dental Care, we offer three primary tooth-replacement options. Depending on the number of missing teeth, certain implant options work better than others:
Single-tooth replacements have the highest success rate, and because they will never decay or need root canal treatments, they are the best long-term investment for replacing a single tooth.
Multi-tooth replacements are similar to bridges and are commonly used when three or more teeth in a row are missing. A bridge must connect to a natural tooth, which often becomes weak and starts to decay. With tooth implants, the surrounding teeth are not affected.
Implant-supported dentures replace entire jawlines along the top or bottom (or both) rows. These dentures lock into place so they will not shift around in the mouth or fall out during jaw movement.
Dr. Brett Jacobson, DDS
Dr. Ron Fuller, DDS
I have been going for many years. I have full confidence in the work they do. The staff is wonderful. They make you feel like family and take extra steps to make your anxiety go away. Dr Jacobson is the best. Always answers your questions with what options are available. I would never go anywhere else
Some of the most patient people I have ever met. I'm completely terrified of the dentist and they talked me through everything. Answered my million questions and never once seemed annoyed. Even called to check on me after I got my tooth removed to make sure I was ok. Never has a dentist called to check on me.
The only dentist I've ever allowed to continue on this long in my care. The entire staff and atmosphere is wonderfully relaxing. With as many problems my teeth have, never did they make me feel judged for it. Their goal is to help you make your mouth exactly how you dream it to be, whether it be through 2 appointments or 10. They'll help you work with your insurance and do the hard part for you. Wouldn't go anywhere else!
2685 Channing Way
Idaho Falls, ID 83404
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