Permanent Smile Restoration

Dental Implants in Colorado Springs, CO

The Benefits Of Dental Implants

At Tuttle Family Dentistry, we offer a full range of dental implant services, and we can handle the placement, restoration, and maintenance of single-tooth, full-arch, and “mini” implants. We use BioHorizons implants to ensure the best possible results.

With dental implants from our office in Colorado Springs, you can enjoy a new smile that looks and feels natural and supports the health of your jaw bone. Another benefit of implants is that they are permanent, and will likely last for the rest of your life with proper care. So don’t wait. Contact us now to learn more about the benefits of dental implants, and see if you’re a good candidate for treatment.

Understanding Dental Implant Process

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Implant Placement Surgery

At your implant surgery appointment, your mouth will be cleaned and numbed, and you’ll be sedated. Then, a small opening will be made in the gum and jaw tissue, and Dr. Colt or Dr. Tuttle will place a small titanium implant precisely into this opening. Then, the opening is stitched shut, and this process is repeated for each implant.

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Implant Restoration

When your implant has fully healed, an implant restoration such as a crown, implant-supported bridge, or implant-supported denture will be attached permanently to the dental implant. This completes the procedure and restores your smile.

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Am I A Good Candidate For A Dental Implant?

If you have a healthy mouth and a strong jaw bone, you are likely a good candidate for an implant. If you have chronic oral health issues or a weak jaw bone, you may still qualify, but additional surgeries like bone grafts may be required to restore your smile. Get in touch with Tuttle Family Dentistry now to schedule a consultation and see if implants may be right for you.

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Sedation Available For Implant Surgery

At Tuttle Family Dentistry, we offer both gas-based nitrous oxide sedation and pill-based oral conscious sedation to keep you feeling safe and comfortable throughout your appointment. To learn more and see if dental sedation is right for you, contact us for a consultation now.