Dental Implants

Replace Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

Dr. Aguilar will provide you with the objective details and available treatment options you can have and need for making an informed decision about which combinations of implant dentistry treatment you would gain the most benefit from.

What are Dental Implants?

Dental Implants are man-made “tooth roots” crafted of lightweight titanium, a strong and safe material. Dental implants are the newest and most permanent way to replace missing teeth. Implants are surgically placed into the jawbone. Once in place, these “roots” can then can be used to attach new teeth, as well as bridges, removable partials or dentures.

How successful are Dental Implants?

Dental Implants have a success rate of approximately 95%.

Dental Implant Benefits

  • End embarrassment
  • Renewed confidence
  • Eat whatever you like
  • Talk without denture clatter
  • Smile without reservation
  • Feel good about yourself
  • Be healthier and look better
  • Make dentures secure
  • Improve speech
  • Increase comfort
  • Replace missing teeth

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How long do Dental Implants last?

Dental Implants are connected with the surrounding bone in your jaw. They have a long-term potential and can last a lifetime when properly taken care of.

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Can anyone have Dental Implants?

Yes. In most cases, anyone healthy enough to under go routine dental extractions or oral surgery can be considered for an implant procedure. Patients suffering from uncontrolled chronic diseases, systemic problems or behaviors and heavy smokers may not be good candidates.

Is the procedure painful?

With modern anesthesia, you are unlikely to experience any pain during implant replacement. Afterwards, discomfort will be based on the extent of your procedure. Most patients tell us the benefits of their Dental Implants far outweigh any discomfort they experience.

We can also provide sedation dentistry during the procedure.

How long will it take?

The Dental Implant procedure itself is brief. It takes place in a single visit. This is followed by a healing period during which the bonding of the Dental Implant to the jawbone takes place. Typically, this requires from three to six months. Most patients use a temporary bridge during this period.

Is this an experimental treatment?

No. This treatment has been used for more than 35 years in Europe, and has become an integral part of dental care in the United States and Canada over the past 15 years. Worldwide, hundreds of thousands of people have had missing teeth successfully replaced by Dental Implants.

How much do Dental Implants Cost?

First ask yourself, can I afford not to get Dental Implants?

With missing teeth, loose-fitting dentures or bone loss your quality of life is greatly affected. Inability to chew food properly, unable to eat the foods you like, premature aging (facial collapse, or a sunk-in look to the face), embarrassing denture clatter and worrying about your appearance shouldn’t hold you back from enjoying life. All these problems can be improved through Dental Implants. Click here to read more about

Dental Implant costs vary from individual to individual and are based on different conditions. After your first examination, we’ll accurately assess your dental health and can better answer your questions. Dr. Aguilar understands your concerns. Many patients in our office have the same concerns.

Making dentistry affordable is very important to us. That is why we make every effort to keep down the cost of your dental care. We provide a free private consultation relating to any dental problem of your concern. Also, we will answer all of your questions. We will go over all of the charges in advance and we won’t start any dental treatment without your approval. If you have dental insurance, we will work with you to assure that you receive the maximum benefits to which you are entitled. We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover and American Express.

Will insurance pay for Dental Implants?

Although some insurance plans will cover a portion of the cost of Dental Implants, most will only pay for the procedure if you are replacing a tooth lost as the result of an accident. Our office can help you find out what your dental plan provides.

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Contact us at 504-486-3339 to arrange a private consultation. Learn more about the cutting edge implant procedures that can be applied to your dental need… whether it is a tooth replacement or complete reconstructive makeover. Our practice serves New Orleans and surrounding areas.

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