Dental Implants in Great Falls, VA
Dr. Dahman’s expertise and precision in implant procedures will have your dental implants looking natural, completely undetectable and exactly like your normal teeth. An implant is the longest lasting, most lifelike solution to restoring a missing and heavily damaged tooth.
You’ve lost a permanent tooth, now what?
Loosing a tooth is rarely fun. Whether deep-rooted decay caused your tooth to loosen, or an accidental fly ball to the mouth knocked out multiple teeth, adult tooth loss does happen. Fortunately, Dr. Dahman has placed hundreds of successful dental implants and after precisely replacing your missing tooth nobody will be able to tell you had been missing a tooth at all.
What is the best way to replace missing teeth?
We always want to preserve your natural teeth whenever possible, however sometimes a tooth is simply too damaged to save. When this occurs, the preferred method to restore function while protecting your surrounding teeth is with a dental implant. A successful implant from and experienced dentist will be natural-looking and restore your brilliant, full smile.
Are dental implants my best option?
If you are in northern VA, and considering a dental implant to replace a missing tooth we have the experience to help you determine that. Call us for a consultation and Dr. Dahman will gauge your oral health to make sure you’re the best candidate for a dental implant or if another restoration solution such as a bridge or denture might be a better option for you preferable. During your visit, we’ll go over the pro’s and con’s of each restoration option and answer all of your questions.
What to expect from your dental implant treatment.
Dental implants are different for everyone and the amount of time the implant process takes can depend on many factors. Generally, dental implant procedures involves a few steps that include:
- Placing a post
- Allowing time for post to fuse into the bone
- Placing the crown/cap
How much does a dental implant cost?
The cost to replace a missing tooth dental implant can vary depending on which tooth needs to be replaced, and any underlying bone, gum or oral health issues you may have. While there are always outliers, typically the cost of our dental implant treatments fall somewhere between $5,000–$6,000 for the surgical placement of the implant and the crown.
Will my dental insurance cover my dental implant?
Most individual dental insurance policies exclude dental implants from coverage. Whether you have employer sponsored or individual dental insurance, your policy is likely to have a “missing tooth clause, meaning they will not pay to replace any tooth that was missing prior to them issuing your dental insurance policy.
If your dental insurance does end up covering a small percentage of your dental implant treatment, consider yourself lucky, you are one of the few. We find people who rely on their dental insurance to help cover a dental implant end up paying between $1,664 and $4,589 out of pocket. This is after their dental insurance.
How to save 30% on your dental implant.
If you recently lost your dental insurance, or even if you have never had dental insurance, becoming a member of our dental savings plan can help you save big on your dental implant treatment. Patients with our Dental Savings Plan typically save between $1,767 on the regular cost of this treatment alone. If you’re considering a dental implant, and don't have dental insurance, our Dental Savings Plan is a great option. Unlike dental insurance, there is no waiting period and no limitations on the amount you can save.
Read more about how our dental savings plan can help you.
Results of Dental Implants
Your new dental implant will feel, look, fit and function like healthy, natural teeth. With Proper care, your dental implants will outlast most other restoration options. They will not slip or move when you talk, laugh or eat. Your speech will be natural, as will the shape of your face and smile. Your implants will not only restore normal oral function, they will help stimulate bone growth and protect your other teeth.
Great Care. Great Smiles.
Take your next step towards a healthier smile.