Multiple Dental Implants - DERRY, NH

Multiple Missing Teeth?

No More Gaps in Your Smile

A single missing tooth can be troublesome but multiple in a row can hinder your ability to eat and speak and can even lead to bone loss. One of the biggest concerns for most of our patients’ is their drop in self-esteem as a result of the gap in their smiles. Dental bridges and partial dentures can fill this gap, but they often have to harm surrounding, healthy teeth in order to do so. Taking pride in the high-quality solutions we offer our patients, we have the training and technology to offer a more long-term option that restores your health and your aesthetics—dental implants.

Drs. Erik and Karen Young have decades of combined experience offering smile restorations. Patients with dental bridges and partial dentures often require modifications or additional treatment as a result of associated tooth decay. That’s why Derry Dental Associates began offering dental implants. The gold standard in tooth restorations today, dental implants are preferred by patients and doctors alike. If you’re considering a tooth replacement solution to fill the gaps in your smile, see what dental implants in Derry, NH can do for your smile, your health, and your life!

Why Choose Dental Implants?

  • Long-term solution that can last for decades
  • No need for adjustments
  • Restores jawbone health
  • Leaves adjacent teeth unharmed
  • Speak without difficulty
  • Eat what you desire
  • Smile with confidence

Three Easy Steps to a Complete Smile

Step 1: Consultation and Preparation
It all starts with your consultation. Here, we’ll get to know you and your unique needs as well as evaluate your health. We’ll discuss all your tooth replacement options until we find one that’s right for you. Most are already candidates for dental implants, but some may require preliminary treatments before they’re ready to receive their dental implants, including a tooth extraction or bone grafting. We offer these at the same practice, and they can often be done within the same surgical appointment as your implant placement for your convenience. We’ll use our in-house cone beam CT imaging technology to capture highly detailed and three-dimensional images of your mouth and treatment site. Using these we’ll create a treatment plan unique to you and even walk you through it. We want you to feel as confident in your treatment as we are, so we’ll keep you informed and comfortable every step of the way. Next step, placement!
Step 2: Dental Implant Placement
Before you receive your dental implants, we’ll make sure you feel relaxed. With a nurse anesthetist at our side, we can administer any level of sedation from local to even general anesthesia. Once you feel comfortable, we’ll place your one or more dental implants into pre-planned surgical sites. Each implant is placed at the precise depth and angle to ensure lasting functionality and aesthetics. Once secured, we’re frequently able to attach your temporary restoration in the same visit! Working similar to a dental bridge, we’ll attach your temporary bridge of teeth to a foundation of dental implant posts. You’ll leave our office without a gap and with a confident, functional smile!
Step 3: Healing and Final Restoration
After your implant is placed, the treatment site will need three or more months to heal. During this time, your implant post, which is made of biocompatible titanium, will form a lasting bond with your jawbone during a process called osseointegration. This is what makes your dental implants so secure. Once healed, you’ll return to our office to receive your final restoration. Your final bridge of new teeth will not only be created to ensure you can eat the foods you love again, it will also blend seamlessly with the rest of your smile offering long-lasting, natural-looking results!
patient calculating the cost of dental implants

Making Dental Implants Affordable

Dental implants can restore your oral function, bone health, and smile aesthetics and it can do so for decades to come. But with all those benefits, many assume their cost will be outside of their budget. We encourage you to consider the long-term investment dental implants will turn out to be. Instead of returning for adjustments to your partial dentures or fillings for the adjacent teeth supporting your dental bridge, dental implants can eliminate the hassle of all of that and even end up being more affordable in the end. We accept many insurance plans and partner with third-party financing companies to ensure your smile is not only life-changing but affordable. Come find out how we can make dental implants your tooth replacement solution!

Our Patients tell the story best

Say Goodbye to that Gap!

Contact us today to see how dental implants can help.