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Dental Implants in Northwest (NW) Calgary

Complete your smile!

Missing a tooth or teeth? Let our dentists at Market Mall Dental Care help you complete your smile with our dental implant services in NW Calgary! Our goal is to keep your mouth healthy and our patients smiling!

Ready to get started with your new, functioning smile? Contact us at our NW Calgary clinic today.

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What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a replacement artificial tooth. Basically, it is a screw made out of titanium that sits in the jaw where a tooth root used to be. The screw acts as a replacement for that tooth root. It’s slightly hollow so that a post with a special connecting point — called an ‘abutment’ — can be placed into it.

A restoration then connects to this abutment. This restoration might be a single crown, a bridge, or even a full set of dentures.

Your procedure will go as follows:

  • The implant is surgically inserted into the bone socket of the missing tooth. Most patients will require the jawbone to heal and grow around the implant, which typically takes about 12-16 weeks.
  • We take impressions of the healed area. The crow we will attach to your implant is created using this. The new tooth will also match the colour of your natural teeth.
  • The tooth is attached to the implant by cement or is screwed down in place.  

Dental Implants in Northwest (NW) Calgary

Why should I consider dental implants?

The biggest benefit of dental implants is restoring the overall function of a missing tooth. An implant allows us to chew, eat, and talk as normal. They also help shape our whole face.

Because dental implants replace missing tooth roots, they help maintain the shape and functionality of our jaws. There are plenty of options for restoring the crown of a tooth, but only a dental implant gets down to the root. Really, it’s the closest thing you can have to a real tooth in your mouth.

Whether you're missing one or multiple teeth, there are options available to you with dental implants to restore your smile. 

How Long Do Dental Implants Last?

A success rate for an implant is about 98% over 20 years. If you take good care of them and maintain good oral hygiene, they should last the rest of your life.

Rejection of the implant is very uncommon, but can happen in people with rare titanium allergies. It’s estimated that maybe 4% of people have an adverse reaction to titanium. If you suspect you have an allergy, consult with your dentist first.

Am I eligible for a dental implant?

You should be! As long as you are missing an adult tooth, most patients are eligible. Check with our dental team so we can determine this!

There are a few health restrictions for implants that need to be considered:

  • Need to have good bone structure
  • Non-smokers; smoking can cause the implant to fail
  • Severe gum disease and periodontitis can impact your eligibility
  • Diabetes, heart diseases and other conditions may be risk factors for gum disease and surgery

As always, check with our dentists before ruling out implants to ensure you're eligible!

How much do implants cost?

Depending on the complexity of the case, implants can cost $4,000-$6,000 each.

Your full service Calgary dental team, conveniently located at Market Mall.

We strive to always provide you with the best service possible to keep your smile healthy. Whether you require a simple cleaning or a more complex treatment, we're here for you.

Questions? We're happy to help!

Contact our team via phone, online chat or by filling out a form. We will do our best to get you the information you need.

Feeling Anxious? Don't Worry!

We work with you to ensure you understand your treatment. We also offer sedation services to ease your nerves.

Welcoming new patients to join us.

Our team of general dentists and dental professionals are currently accepting new patients to join our dental family. 

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A member of our team will get back to you within 48 hours* with a response. 

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