Dental Implants Replace What Your Smile Is Missing
  • Replace any number of teeth with implants
  • Receive your new smile in comfort with sedation
  • Your teeth will stay in place without denture adhesive

Rebuild Your Smile With Dental Implants in Bloomington

A single missing tooth is enough to become a bigger problem. You could get a dental bridge or dentures if you are missing teeth, but they only address the issue you can see above your gumline. For better oral health, you should replace your missing tooth roots too. By getting dental implants in Bloomington, MN, you can:

  • Bring back your beautiful smile
  • Put power back in your bite
  • Enjoy eating anything you like
  • Prevent bone loss in your jaw
  • Improve your oral health and possibly your overall health
  • Boost your confidence level when socializing

Dr. Kenneth Weddell has been restoring teeth for decades and has completed extensive implant training at the University of Minnesota. He works closely with a skilled oral surgeon for your implant placement. Sedation is available if you’re anxious about your procedure.

Schedule your consultation today by calling 952-679-1365. Your initial exam and X-rays are just $79 if you’re a new patient without insurance. Ask how to join our Weddell Dental Savings Plan (only available for patients without dental insurance) to save 15 percent on your treatment.

Enjoy Dining Out With Teeth That Feel Strong

Stats Image Over a third of people in the U.S. are missing one or more teeth. Source.
Modern implants are posts that are placed in your jaw. The bone bonds to the implants, much like it does to the roots of your natural teeth. Above the gumline, your dental implant restoration will look and feel just like a natural tooth. Unlike other tooth replacement options, implants can actually stop or slow bone loss and even encourage regrowth.

You can receive:

  • Implant-Supported Crowns – For a single lost tooth, put a crown on your implant for a complete replacement.
  • Implant-Supported Bridges – Build your smile back by getting a bridge placed on top of a few implants.
  • Implant-Retained and Implant-Supported Dentures – Attaching your dentures to implants makes them more stable, more secure, and more comfortable than traditional dentures.
  • All-on-4® and All-on-6 – These innovative procedures let you replace a full arch of teeth with as few as four or six implants. You also recover more quickly when compared to other implant dentures.

Your jawbone must have a certain density to hold your implants in place. If you’re not a good fit, we can discuss other tooth replacement options for you.

Invest in yourself by getting dental implants in Bloomington, MN. Get a smile that you can enjoy for decades! Weddell Dental welcomes you to schedule your appointment by calling 952-679-1365 or contacting us online.

Common Questions About Dental Implants

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are small titanium posts that we can place in your jaw to act as artificial teeth roots. They are an ideal way to replace missing teeth, as the implant will fuse with your jawbone and form a base for new teeth. Implants will also help keep your jawbone healthy by stimulating the growth of new bone.

Are dental implants painful?

Our patients usually experience only mild discomfort from getting their new implants. The surgeon will use local anesthesia to ensure your mouth is numb and you don’t feel any pain. Plus, we offer two methods of light sedation to help you relax and eliminate any dental anxiety you may experience as we add the restoration.

How much do dental implants cost?

As you might imagine, the cost for dental implants can cover a wide range depending on several factors. The number of implants, their location, and the type of replacement teeth used all come into play to determine the final cost of a patient’s implant treatment. At an initial consultation, we will work up a treatment plan and give you an estimate of costs.

Can dental implants come loose?

Dental implant failure is very rare. Smokers and those suffering from diseases like cancer, diabetes, and osteoporosis experience a higher rate of failure than other patients. If you grind your teeth, you should get a mouthguard to prevent damage to your implants. It’s important to brush and floss daily to prevent gum infection. The bone supporting teeth can break down in advanced cases of perio-implant disease. This could cause an implant to come loose.

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