Drs. Grant and Conger
602 Main Street, Dalton, GA 30720

Dental Implants in Dalton, GA

You only get one chance to make the right first impression on colleagues, acquaintances and other individuals of importance in your daily life. Dental implants can provide you with replacements for missing teeth, allowing you to enjoy added confidence in your personal and professional interactions. We offer the most comprehensive services related to dental implants in Dalton and specialize in affordable dental implants that suit your needs as well as your budget.

What is a Dental Implant?

Dental implants replace the roots for missing teeth and are attached either to the jawbone for endosteal dental implants or inserted into the tissue of the gums for subperiosteal implants. Your dentist will work with you to determine whether endosteal or subperiosteal dental implants are most suited to your needs. Most dental implants are made of titanium thanks to its durability and superior strength. These characteristics allow these dental implants to provide solid support for abutments, bridges and crowns.

How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?

Many patients have expressed concern about dental implants cost. While we provide affordable dental implants for our patients, we understand that these expenses can be challenging for many budgets. Dental implants cost different amounts depending on the amount of preparation needed before surgery and the type of procedure to be performed. Our dental implants team will assess your current state of dental health and will provide you with the most accurate estimate possible for your dental implants procedure.

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

If dental implants insurance is part of your current dental plan, you can often defray a large portion of the costs of these procedures. For most individuals, however, dental implants insurance coverage is not available from their regular insurer. We will work with you to provide payment plans for your dental implants procedure and to ensure that you can afford the costs associated with these advanced dental solutions.

Dental Implant Procedure Steps

Knowing what to expect during your dental implants procedure can provide you with greater peace of mind and added confidence during these dental surgeries. Your dental implants procedure will take about two hours. During this time, your dentist will make a small incision in the area of your missing teeth to implant a titanium screw or post into your jaw directly or into the soft tissues deep inside your gums. It usually takes three to six months for these dental implants to become fixed in place and ready for the attachment of an abutment and the permanent placement of a crown or a bridge. This constitutes the final step in your dental implants surgical procedure.

Benefits of Dental Implants

The benefits of modern dental implants are significant:

  • A brighter, more confident smile
  • Easier cleaning for replacement teeth
  • Increased ability to eat and chew effectively
  • Clearer speech, especially for those with previously missing front teeth
  • Stronger teeth and an improved bite

By investing in these modern dental implants and replacement teeth, you can enjoy a greater degree of confidence in a wide range of everyday tasks and activities.

Dental Implant Care

Caring for your dental implants is as easy as brushing and flossing your natural teeth. Dental implants require no special care and support the replacement bridge or crown without added maintenance. Immediately after your dental implants, you may experience some minor pain or discomfort. This can usually be treated with commonly available over-the-counter medications as your dentist recommends.

Am I a Candidate for Implants?

If you are in generally good health and have strong bones and healthy gums, you may be an excellent candidate for dental implants. Even for patients with severe bone loss in the jaw area, subperiosteal dental implants can provide an alternative method for achieving much the same results as endosteal implants. Your dentist will make the final determination regarding your suitability for these procedures.

How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

While no one can predict exactly how long your dental implants will last, most experts estimate the useful life of these implants to be between 10 years and the rest of a patient’s life. This makes dental implants one of the most effective and durable solutions for missing teeth. To learn more about your options for dental implants in Dalton, contact our office to schedule an initial consultation with our expert dental care team. We look forward to working with you to create the most beautiful and brilliant smile possible.

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Office staff, assistants, and Dr. Rausch are all courteous and take time out of their day to check on patients.
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Dr. Grant/Conger has served my family for over 20 years.
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From arrival until departure, all staff treat you like you are part of their family. They show sincere concern for your needs and proper treatment.
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Very helpful and friendly staff
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All of the staff is very friendly. I love Dr. Grant he is the best. Offering Dentrite is also a big reasonI, When I retired, I lost dental insurance when I left my job. My hygienist mentioned […]
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Justin W.
Great staff and service. We have been coming here for over 30 years. Thanks for taking care of us over the years!
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I have been a patient at Dr. Grant’s since 1976 and have always had great work on my teeth there and Dr. Grant and staff are wonderful and friendly always to me and my family who also are […]
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The staff is always so caring and concerned about how I’m doing during any of my dental work. Everyone there goes above and beyond to create a wonderful atmosphere! I wouldn’t want to go […]
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Excellent and speedy service. Not terms usually equated to any medical office visit, but the hygienists are quick at assessing and the dentists are quick at treating.
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Everyone was friendly and showed interest that we were taken care of with least amount of pain possible. Best trip to a dentist ever!
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I love coming to see Velvet. She treats me kindly and is gentle and respectful of my nervousness for dental work. Dr. Grant is always reassuring as well. Receptionist and check out is always […]
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The staff is very helpful and accommodating. They are the best in Dalton!
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I felt very comfortable, the dentist/assistant answered all my questions and concerns
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Paul S.
Everyone is efficient, caring, competent, and professional. Absolutely the best!
Hugh M.
I had forgotten my appointment and they called me. They graciously agreed to let me hurry there and keep my appointment. Also, Melissa is always very thorough and nice. Dr. Grant came by and checked […]
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I’ve been a satisfied patient of Dr. Larry Grant for a long time. Today (3/30) I got the chance to meet Dr. Sammy Carden,who performed a root canal on me. It was a very pleasant experience, and […]
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