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Permanent Tooth Replacement with Dental Implants 

Learn Why Implants Have Become the Gold Standard among Tooth Replacement Options

Facts about Missing Teeth

Some interesting facts about missing teeth:
  • An estimated 178 million people in the United States are missing at least one tooth.
  • 90% of patients without any teeth choose dentures for tooth replacement. 
  • Your diet and lifestyle have an impact on your oral health.
  • More than 20% of adults 65+ have lost all their teeth due to gum disease or decay.
If you have lost one or more teeth because of gum disease, tooth decay, injury, or are having teeth extracted, Mountain View Family Dental may recommend a dental implant in CO as a permanent replacement. We replace missing teeth with single dental implants and implant supported dentures, such as the All-on-4® dental implant procedure. 

Paying for Dental Implants

If you're considering having dental implant surgery to replace one or multiple missing teeth, you may be concerned about cost. Complete the form below to download our FREE Paying For Dental Implants article!


Replace One or More Teeth with Dental Implants

Dental implants are a viable, preferred solution for patients missing one or more teeth. A missing tooth can not only affect your bite but will also lead to jaw bone loss. Implants replace the entire tooth structure and fuse with the jaw bone, eliminating the risk of bone loss. Single dental implants can be used to replace multiple missing teeth within the mouth.

Key Benefits of Dental Implants

We use high-quality materials and the latest techniques to place a dental implant in CO. Many patients enjoy the fact that they have a fully functional and natural-looking tooth replacement when choosing a dental implant. The implant is strong, durable, and capped with a crown crafted with the appearance of surrounding teeth. Since the implant looks very natural, it is a favored solution for replacing teeth permanently.

Advanced Technologies for Optimal Results

We use the latest tools and technologies to ensure dental implants are placed successfully the first time and to reduce the risk of infection (peri-implantitis). The implant is resistant to decay and attaches to the jaw bone securely. Once fully integrated in the bone, your dental implant should last your lifetime with proper care.

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