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What’s your next step? Here are a few things you should consider as you evaluate your dental implant options.

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Perfect Smiles for Less understands that dental implants are a big decision. That’s why we want you to be informed. As you take this big step toward a more perfect smile, here are the answers to some frequently asked questions to consider:

  • How long does Dr. Kaar’s implant technique take?

    • The full-mouth procedure takes about two and half hours per arch. Once your surgery is complete, we set you up with a temporary dental bridge to use while your gums heal and our lab creates your permanent prosthetics. Once the gums have healed, around six months after the surgery, you will return to our office to get your beautiful new smile.
  • What are the advantages of the All-on-4 dental implant?

    • The All-on-4 dental implant provides a permanent, natural-looking teeth replacement that enjoys a 98 percent success rate with patients. All-on-4 look and function just like real teeth. They will not slip or wobble like dentures. In fact, the appearance and performance of these prosthetic teeth is so natural no one but your family dentist will even suspect they are anything but your natural teeth.
  • How do I care for my dental implant?

    • Dental implants can be treated and cared for just like your natural teeth. After your procedure is complete, our dental hygienists will ensure you have all the instructions you need for proper care of your dental implants to ensure functional and aesthetic durability. Proper care for your implants include routine dental exams, daily brushing and flossing, and cleanings to ensure their longevity.
  • Is an All-on-4 dental implant right for me?

    • Probably. If you are missing teeth, have severe periodontal disease or currently wear dentures, you are a candidate for an All-on-4 dental implant. Why not schedule your consultation today?