Get the smile of your dreams
with dental implants!
Dental implants are a modern innovation that allows us to replace your missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function just like natural teeth. No one will be able to tell you’ve lost teeth–and you won’t notice the loss, either. You’ll be able to smile with confidence, speak clearly, and eat all the foods you enjoyed with your natural teeth. And there will be no additional hassle, either–just brush, floss, and make your regular dental appointments.
They are the closest thing we have to growing a replacement tooth. If you are looking to replace your missing teeth or get rid of your dentures, please call (702) 873-0324 today to schedule a consultation about dental implants in Summerlin, Las Vegas at the office of Dr. James B. Polley.
Dental Implant Benefits
See why so many people are choosing them instead of dentures.
Am I a Candidate?
Most people are candidates–find out if you’re one of them!
Dental Implant Cost
Find out the factors that will determine the cost of your dental implants.
Considering Dental Implants?
Getting dental implants is a big decision. It’s important to consider all the costs and benefits. That’s why we’re providing you with all the information you need to decide whether you should schedule a consultation. You’ll find answers to all these questions:
Most people are candidates for them, but not everyone. Before considering them too seriously, it’s important to understand what might prevent you from getting them.
Dental implants are the tooth replacement option most like your natural teeth. But what does that mean in terms of benefits that set them apart from other tooth replacement options?
Most importantly, you want to know whether your investment will give you natural, attractive results. Find out more about how they look.
Dental implants actually have the ability to last a lifetime–that’s the truth. Find out more about the science and experience of dental implant longevity.
No procedure is without potential risks. Dental implants do have some risks. Find out more about them so you can make an informed decision about them.
Dental implant placement is a highly customized procedure, and it’s impossible to give a quote without a personal evaluation, but you can understand some of the factors that will influence your cost. And, of course, you have to consider whether you might be able to fit them into your budget.
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Understanding the Dental Implant Procedure
If you are unclear about how the dental implant process works, we have provided a full page of detailed information on the dental implant procedure. It provides in-depth answers to questions like:
The dental implant procedure involves a surgery that can be completed in one day and months of healing.
Many people get teeth the same day, but not all do. You’ll find out why.
Although you’ll be back to work in a few days, full recovery can take a long time–learn why.
Recovery from dental implant surgery is typically easy, although some complications can arise.
Depending on the details of your procedure, they can typically be completed within three months, but for some people it may take a year. You’ll learn why.
Living with Dental Implants
What is life like with them? Pretty much like life with natural teeth. That’s what we mean when we say dental implant maintenance is just like for natural teeth. Learn more about:
Cleaning your dental implants is like cleaning your natural teeth. A little bit of extra care to help protect your investment won’t hurt, either.
Most people will just keep their normal appointment schedule, but some people might need to see their dentist more often.
We’ll check your implants the way we check natural teeth, unless there’s a sign of problems. If problems arise, we will do a visual inspection, periodontial probing, check for implant moving, X-Rays, and more if needed.
You should look to make sure the dental crown isn’t discolored or chipped. Make sure the gums around the implant are the same color as around your other teeth, hopefully a healthy pink. Look out for pus-filled sores on your gums near the implant.