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Dental Implants by Dr. Anderson

Living with missing teeth can be difficult, interfering with your ability to chew and speak properly and impacting your self-confidence.

Dr. Gregory E. Anderson is a board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon who can perform safe, precise dental implant placement

Why should I undergo dental implant surgery with Dr. Anderson in Garland and Logan, UT?

Implant-supported crowns

Fully Restored Function

Using titanium dental implant posts, Dr. Anderson can completely restore function to your smile. Dental implants are anchored into the jawbone to serve as a durable, long-lasting foundation for your dental crown, denture, or bridge.

Expert Surgical Care

As a board-certified oral surgeon, Dr. Anderson has extensive knowledge of the jaw and surrounding structures. Additionally, he has undergone thorough training to provide highly precise placement. This allows for the best possible outcome and minimizes patients' risk of complications.

Unparalleled Value 

In practice for over 20 years, Dr. Anderson is able to provide Garland and Logan patients with the highest quality care. While his fees are about 20 to 25 percent less than other surgeons, he still uses the latest technology for the best results and unparalleled value.

Illustration of jaw and dental implant

Dental Implants Are a Proven Tooth-Replacement Solution

Certain Factors  Can Affect Your Ability to Heal Properly 

Thanks to advancements in technology and surgical techniques, virtually anyone with a missing tooth is a good candidate for dental implants. However, there are certain lifestyle factors and medical conditions that can affect the success of your dental implants, including: 

Reduced Jawbone Tissue 

When you lose a tooth, your jawbone almost immediately begins to recede. Because deficient bone tissue can create an unstable surface for your dental implants, Dr. Anderson can perform a bone graft to add volume and density to your bone tissue

Tobacco Use 

Smoking is known to inhibit your body's natural healing process and has been linked to an increased risk of implant failure, so Dr. Anderson will typically recommend that you quit smoking prior to your surgery. 

Existing Oral Health Concerns 

Other than missing teeth, you should be in otherwise good oral health in order to qualify for dental implants. Conditions such as periodontal disease can cause peri-implantitis and implant failure

Uncontrolled Diabetes 

If you are a diabetic patient, high glucose levels can increase your risk of complications during surgery and prolong your healing. Discuss your medical history with Dr. Anderson so that he can make the proper recommendations for treatment. 

The Dental Implant Proces Can Take Several Months

Dr. Anderson will coordinate with your primary dentist and perform the surgical portion of your treatment. When it is time to receive your restoration, you will return to their office.
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The doctor will assess your candidacy and discuss your lifestyle, concerns, goals, and budget. 

Implant Placement

Small incisions will be made in your gums and the dental implants will be surgically placed in the jaw.

Healing Period

During this four- to six-month period, the implants will fuse directly with the jawbone.

Abutment Placement

A small connector piece will be attached to each implant, which can then be used to secure the restoration. 

Second Healing Period

During this period, the gums will heal around the abutments. This usually takes a few weeks.

Attachment of Restoration

Once you are fully healed, your dentist will provide a permanent implant-supported crown, bridge, or denture.

Recovering from Dental Implant Surgery

Immediately after dental implant surgery, you should rest for the remainder of the day. However, many patients are able to return to work the next day. For the first few days, it is normal to experience some discomfort, swelling, and bleeding. To minimize your risk of complications, you should: 

  • Eat a soft foods diet for the first few days
  • Gently rinse your mouth with salt water several times per day
  • Avoid spicy and acidic foods 
  • Exercise caution when brushing around the implant site
  • Take any medications as prescribed

Full recovery typically takes about four to six months. In the meantime, you may need to attend one or more check-up appointments so we can monitor your progress.

Smile before and after restoration is attached to dental implant

Implant-Supported Restorations Are the Next Best Thing to Natural Teeth 

Because dental implants provide a direct connection between your jawbone and dental crowns, bridges, or dentures, they are widely considered the most natural-looking way to restore missing teeth

Implants also allow your restorations to function just like natural teeth. This is especially important for patients who are receiving implant-supported dentures because dental implants eliminate any slipping or clicking that can occur with conventional dentures. 

Once your treatment is complete, you can enjoy your favorite foods and smile with confidence once again

A Trusted Solution

"When performed by a trained and experienced dental implant dentist, dental implant surgery is one of the safest and most predictable procedures in dentistry." American Academy of Implant Dentistry

Invest in Your Health and Well-Being

The cost of dental implant treatment is dependent upon several factors and varies significantly from patient to patient. While traditional restorations are more affordable upfront, it is highly recommended you receive dental implants if you qualify. Dental implants offer several benefits that traditional methods do not, offering greater value for your health and quality of life for years and even decades to come.

Treatment with implants is not typically covered by insurance. However, Dr. Anderson allows patients to finance their treatment with both third-party and in-house payment plans

Breaking Down the Cost of Dental Implants

Size and Quality of Restoration

The number of missing teeth will determine which type of restoration is right for you–a crown, bridge, or denture. Typically, larger restorations and high-end materials cost more. 

Number of Implants Needed

One implant is not required for every missing tooth. However, the number of implants will vary from patient to patient depending on the type of restoration, existing jawbone density, and other factors.

Preparatory Procedures

If you need several teeth extracted, treatment for gum disease, or bone grafting to strengthen the jaw, these procedures will increase the cost of your overall treatment

Sedation Options

In some cases, patients may only require local anesthetic for their dental implant procedure. However, if you are undergoing more extensive surgery, sedation may be recommended.

Doctor's Experience

While many dentists provide dental implants, Dr. Anderson offers a higher level of skill and expertise for the most precise placement. This can be invaluable as it can reduce your risk of implant failure.

Far-Reaching Benefits That Can Change Your Life

Regain Confidence in Your Smile

Many patients who suffer tooth loss are embarrassed by gaps in their smile, causing them to hide their teeth and avoid social situations. Dental implants can complete your smile and restore your confidence.

Improve Your Speech and Diet

Trying to eat and speak with missing teeth can be uncomfortable and frustrating. Overcoming these challenges can make daily activities easier and improve your quality of life.

Save Money in the Long Run

While dental implants have a higher up-front cost, they prevent jawbone atrophy and further tooth loss which can require extensive and costly ongoing restorative care. Over a lifetime, implants can minimize the need for ongoing intervention.

Dr. Gregory E. Anderson PC

Gregory E. Anderson PC

Dr. Anderson is an oral and maxillofacial plastic and reconstructive surgeon whose qualifications include:

  • Board Certification by the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Medical College of Virginia School of Dentistry
  • Diplomate of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

He is dedicated to helping patients in Logan, Garland, and surrounding areas overcome facial pain, injuries, and other conditions to improve their quality of life. Learn more about the specialized treatment he can provide by contacting our office online or calling (435) 755-5000.

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