Single Tooth Dental Implants -Worcester, MA

Restore Your Smile to The Fullest

A single dental implant placed inside of a patient’s jaw.Even if you’re missing just one tooth, it’s more important than ever that you get it replaced. Having a complete smile instead of a noticeable gap can dramatically boost your self-confidence, but it can also prevent future tooth loss! The risk for future missing teeth only goes up the longer you have a gap in your smile, and with dental implants from Dr. Christy Savas, you don’t have to settle for anything less than the best. As an expert in dental implant placement, he can bring your smile back to it’s original luster. To get started, feel free to contact his office today and schedule an appointment!

What are Single Tooth Implants?

A diagram of a dental implant.Dental implants technically consist of three separate parts. This includes the titanium post that integrates with your jawbone, the abutment that attaches to the implant itself, and the restoration that fits on top of the abutment. The abutment acts as a connector between the implant and restoration, ensuring a long-term and stable fit. After Dr. Savas places the implant into the jaw, he allows several months of healing to occur to ensure a lasting bond with your replacement tooth and your jaw. This process, known as osseointegration, is essential for successful treatment.

How is Cost Determined When Receiving Single Tooth Implants?

A woman smiling outside.The cost of dental implants varies from patient to patient, which is why you’ll need to schedule a consultation with Dr. Savas to discuss your needs. Before we begin any stage of your treatment, we’ll show you a detailed breakdown of your costs so that you aren’t caught off guard by your total. Each phase of the procedure comes with its own unique price tag, including the placement of the implant and abutment, the creation and attachment of the restoration, and any preparatory treatments needed to make implants viable. Our office accepts most dental insurance plans as well as CareCredit for those in need of more manageable, monthly payment plans.

Keep in mind that while dental implants do tend to cost more on average than other tooth replacement options, they generally pay for themselves in the long-term. No other solution available today replaces the roots of teeth like dental implants, ensuring that you restore full function to your biting force, prevent the premature signs of aging, and stop early deterioration of your bone tissue. Think of them as a long-term investment for your oral health.

Why Should You Choose Dr. Christy Savas to Place Dental Implants?

An older man speaking to a dental employee.Dr. Christy Savas is fully capable of placing dental implants entirely in the office. In many cases, dentists will only perform the restoration phase of treatment, forcing them to refer the surgical phase to another dentist offsite. With his extensive education in dental implants, he can plan your treatment, perform the surgical stage in-house, and place the restoration. This means you won’t have to travel from practice to practice just to get a single treatment completed.