Dental Implant Surgery

What Is Dental Implant Surgery?

Dental Implant Surgery is a procedure where we go in and replace the roots of problematic or missing teeth with metal posts that allow artificial teeth to be attached to them. We've found that Dental Implant Surgery is a fantastic alternative for people who are not ideal candidates for or would rather not have dentures or bridgework. The surgery itself is very straightforward and we will be more than happy to show you during your consultation every step of the procedure. We have invested in state-of-the-art, cutting-edge 3D-Imaging technology that allows us to provide safe procedures with excellent results, everytime.

Dental Implant Surgery

We provide comprehensive care to help patients achieve and maintain a healthy, beautiful smile. Our implantologist, Dr. Larson, has advanced training and experience in a variety of treatments, including periodontal care, tooth replacement, and cosmetic alterations. Our team uses the latest dental technologies and techniques to deliver the best treatment available without costing an arm and a leg.

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About Our Van Buren, Arkansas Dental Implant Procedures

At the Van Buren My Dentist, our team of professionals provides for all of our patients' dental implant needs. As members of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, we are highly skilled in the surgical implantation of dental implants. As cosmetic and restorative dentistry professionals, we are ideally suited to provide natural looking and durable replacement teeth to be placed on the implant posts.



Benefits of Dental Implant Surgery in Van Buren, Arkansas

Affordable – dentures supported by implants cost less overall than single implants
Dentures supported by implants actually help protect the bone you do have
Eat your favorite foods with ease – no more difficult chewing, slipping or clicking noises
Minimal recovery time – your new smile is functional in just 24 hours
Say goodbye to removable dentures and messy pastes and adhesives
Works with existing bone – most patients can avoid bone grafting
They are easy to take care of – just brush, floss and see your dentist for checkups
Lasting results – dentures supported by implants are durable