Dental Implants in Scottsdale, AZ

Whether tooth loss occurs due to trauma, an accident, an infection, an abscess, or because of gum disease, it is devastating in many ways. At Scottsdale Dental Solutions, we use dental implants to replace an individual tooth or multiple teeth or to secure a denture.

Dr. Rajan Sheth is an expert in the field of implant dentistry and believes that no one should feel stuck with dentures as their only option, or face embarrassment over missing teeth. Dr. Sheth completes the surgery in-office and works with a dental lab to complete your dental crown or implant-supported dentures. We ensure that your dental crowns Woman wearing glasses and smiling with dental implants in Scottsdale, AZare shaped and shaded to match your existing teeth and blend in with your smile. No one will ever be able to tell that you have a dental implant because it looks exactly like the rest of your teeth.

If you’re interested in dental implants in Scottsdale, we can help restore and enhance your smile. Talk to Dr. Sheth today, contact us at (480) 536-9050 to get started.

How a Missing Tooth Can Impact Your Life

A missing tooth diminishes your ability to chew, eat, and enjoy your food. You may also notice neighboring teeth beginning to drift, which results in tooth and bite misalignment leading to broken teeth, or a higher risk of developing gum disease or tooth decay. Unfortunately, when you don't replace one missing tooth, it often results in more tooth loss.

We also can’t discount the psychological impact a missing tooth has. You may feel self-conscious about your appearance due to the gap in your smile, causing you to withdraw or even experience depression. Your perception of yourself is part of your joy and happiness, which is why people invest in makeup, clothes, and plastic surgery.

A missing tooth disturbs the balance that exists between your teeth and jaw bone. Both your gum and bone suffer from lack of stimulation, which results in the jaw bone shrinking and your gums receding. This impairs neighboring teeth until they collapse. In fact, having one missing tooth increases your chances of losing more teeth.

When you have one or more missing teeth and receding jaw bone, your face will appear older and wrinkled, and without the support of teeth from the inside, your cheeks will look hollow. Every single tooth counts!

Dental implants from our Scottsdale dentist's office are ideal for replacing one or even multiple missing teeth because they give you the full experience of a natural tooth by replacing both your tooth and your root.

Choose Dental Implants at Our 85254 Dentist Office

Tooth implants provide an artificial root that Dr. Sheth places into your jawbone during a simple surgical procedure. Because your replacement tooth root is made of titanium, it naturally fuses and integrates with your bone because titanium is biocompatible. 

Dental implants can also anchor or support other dental appliances, such as a dental bridge, partial or full dentures. This means that patients missing multiple teeth can receive the benefits that tooth implants provide.

We offer Teeth-In-A-Day dental implants that utilize fabricated porcelain replacement teeth for patients who need to replace an entire arch. 

The Benefits of Replacing Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

Besides replacing your tooth and protecting your jawbone from deterioration, there are several other advantages dental implants offer, including the appearance, feel, and function of a natural tooth. Dental implants look and feel very natural, so no one will ever know you were missing a tooth.

Better long-term benefits for your dental health because we don’t have to sacrifice the integrity of neighboring teeth for support as we do with a traditional dental bridge. The reliability of widely successful treatment since tooth implants boasts a 95 percent success rate. Better longevity since dental implants can potentially last for decades and even a lifetime with excellent home care and consistent dental checkups with Dr. Sheth.

Procedure for Dental Implants in Scottsdale, AZ

When you come in for your dental implant appointment at Scottsdale Dental Solutions, Dr. Sheth will complete a comprehensive examination to verify your candidacy for the procedure. We most likely will use 3-D digital technology to make clear and precise assessments so that our patients never have to waste time or money.

After Dr. Sheth has established that you have the right conditions to undergo a dental implant procedure, the process starts with an anesthetic to numb the site. We work hard to make sure that patients always feel comfortable and relaxed for any dental procedure. Once the area is numb, Dr. Sheth will surgically attach thin titanium posts to the jaw bone, as if they were tooth roots.

Once we successfully complete the implant surgery, the next step is healing so that the dental implant anchors to the bone—making it part of your smile. Once your dental implants have healed, fully integrated with your bone, and become part of your dental anatomy, it is ready to support your new tooth or prosthetic restoration. A dental implant maintains your healthy bone structure keeping it stimulated, which protects your facial structure from the changes that occur with bone loss. 

We think you deserve personalized and dedicated dental care; you should never be treated as just another number. Your oral health is extremely important, and we’re happy that you’re taking steps to maintain it. Our favorite moment in the day is seeing how our patients love their new smiles; nothing fulfills our passion for professional dental care more than watching our patient’s lives improve right before our eyes.

Candidates for Scottsdale Dental Implants

There are several options for replacing a tooth, depending on your unique smile goals and budget. Dr. Sheth can even space out your treatments to make your smile investment more cost-effective. For example, one of our dental implant options is known as zygomatic dental implants, which anchor to your cheekbone instead of the jaw bone.  

Ideally, patients for tooth implants have good oral health with adequate bone and healthy gums. Most patients are good candidates for dental implants, but even if there are some issues, Dr. Sheth can perform procedures to reestablish your candidacy. Dental treatments like bone grafting and root scaling will get you ready for dental implants.

The only way to know if dental implants are right for you is by coming into our Scottsdale dental office and getting evaluated by your implant dentist, Dr. Rajan Sheth.

Caring for Your Dental ImplantIllustration of dental implant post with crown on top at Scottsdale Dental Solutions

You’ve completed the surgery and gone through the healing process. Your dental implants look and feel great, and you’re excited about enjoying them for many years, so you probably want to know how to take care of your investment.

The good news is that caring for your new implants is extremely easy. You simply care for your implants as you would your existing natural teeth. By brushing and flossing your teeth daily, along with regular dental check-ups and exams, you can extend the life of your implants and ensure that they lost for as long as possible.

Get Started with Implants at Scottsdale Dental Solutions!

Dr. Sheth performs all aspects of implant dentistry and oral surgery, including preparatory procedures, such as bone grafting, sinus augmentation, and ridge modifications right here in our Scottsdale dental office. Even if someone told you in the past that tooth implants weren’t right for you, Dr. Sheth can make dental implants accessible for almost every patient.

If you would like to learn more about implant dentistry and how you can get started, contact Scottsdale Dental Solutions today in 85254 to schedule an evaluation with Dr. Sheth.