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Dental implants are a remarkable solution for patients with missing or damaged teeth. To learn more about dental implants and what they can do for your smile, check out our free e-book.
CBCT stands for Cone Beam Computed Tomography. This advanced scanner provides us with high quality 3D images of your entire mouth. These images allow Dr. Stockdale to anticipate any potential obstacles for your implant placement and plan accordingly.
The results of your CBCT scan also help to create computer-milled surgical guides. These guides ensure that Dr. Stockdale will place your implant in precisely the right location, leading to more effective and longer-lasting restorations.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do dental implants cost?
The cost of dental implants varies depending on the details of your specific procedure such as the number of implants placed, and the type of restoration used. During your initial consultation, Dr. Stockdale will examine your oral health and create a customized treatment plan that will include a breakdown of the estimated cost.
Insurance may cover a portion of the expenses. We recommend contacting your provider prior to your appointment for any questions regarding the details of your coverage. If there are any questions we can answer, don’t hesitate to contact our office by calling (909) 297-1921 and a helpful team member will be happy to assist you.
At Renaissance Dental Care, we offer flexible financing options to help make your treatment as affordable as possible. With flexible financing, you won’t have to wait to get the care you need or feel left in a pinch.
Is the dental implant procedure painful?
The majority of patients report feeling discomfort, not pain. During the surgery, you’ll be under local anesthesia and won’t feel a thing. We’ll be sure to closely monitor you throughout the entire treatment to ensure you’re pain-free and comfortable. Following the operation, you’ll experience some discomfort, but it can be easily managed with over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen and a cold compress to help with swelling.