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Dental Implants

Your smile. In good hands.

Kansas Perio and Dental Implants is committed to providing each patient a fully functional and attractive smile they can be absolutely confident in. Using innovative technology and proven treatments, our expert team evaluates each patient and develops a customized treatment plan.

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Procedure

How dental implants work.

After your consultation and evaluation, Dr. Moxley or Dr. Wagle determine what type of implant and pre-implant procedures are necessary for your condition. The first step in dental implant installment is creating an artificial tooth root by planting biocompatible titanium fixtures into the jawbone. These act as a stable base for the implant. Once the fixtures are in place, the replacement teeth are affixed to the post as a permanent solution for a functional smile.

  • Single Implant

    Dental implants are a high quality, lifelong solution to missing teeth. When both a tooth and its root are damaged, a one-piece implant with an all-ceramic crown can be used for nearly immediate loading.

  • Fixed Bridge & Full-Arch Replacement

    For patients missing multiple teeth, a fixed bridge or full arch may be anchored to the dental implants. Fixed bridges or full arches can help prevent further bone loss, preserve the integrity of the patient’s facial appearance and offer a strong, fully operational mouth to last a lifetime.

  • All-on-4®

    All-on-4 is the quick, innovative option for full mouth reconstruction. For patients missing multiple or all of their teeth, All-on-4 eliminates the need for an implant for each tooth. Consisting of just four strategically placed fixtures, this in-and-out procedure can take only one day, reducing preparation, recover time and cost.
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Alternatives

Explore your choices.

For patients who want an alternative to dental implants, we offer both traditional dentures and anchored dentures. These removable fixtures are a quick, less expensive solution to missing teeth, but lack the stability of an implant and are often considered uncomfortable by patients.

Next Steps

Are dental implants for you?

Do you have a missing tooth or teeth that need replaced? You may be an ideal candidate for dental implants. Contact us today to learn the best treatment for you.

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