Tooth loss can make simple tasks like eating and speaking feel like a challenge, which can take enjoyment and pleasure out of life.
Drs. Aaron Gross, Nicole B. Becker, and Dominic Gambino can restore your smile to its former glory with revolutionary dental implants.
Learn why our patients in Hamden, CT, and throughout New Haven County wish they got dental implants sooner.
Life-Changing Benefits of Dental Implants
What Is a Dental Implant?
Restore Your Teeth in One Day
While dental implants may sound complicated, our dentists can actually perform the entire procedure in a single office visit. We use the most advanced technology and implant dentistry techniques to make your treatment as fast and convenient as possible. Our team is qualified to handle every aspect of your care and provide unparalleled service from the comfort of our modern Hamden, CT, office.
For superior dental implant treatment, look no further than Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry of Connecticut. Get started by requesting a consultation with us today. You can reach us at:
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Dr Gross and all his staff are awesome and extremely patient focused me and my family always have a great experience. I have lived in various countries all over the world and Dr Gross is the best dentist I have ever had. I met with Dr Becker on my last visit and she was very friendly and engaging and is a great addition to the practice.View on Google
Optimal Implant Results With Cutting-Edge Technology
Cone Beam Imaging
Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) is a type of digital X-ray that takes precise images of your teeth and bone structure. During a CBCT scan the machine rotates around your head, compiling a 3D picture of your musculoskeletal system. Within seconds we can diagnose any existing dental conditions and carefully plan your implant procedure.
Surgical guides are custom-made components that maximize the accuracy and safety of implant surgery. The surgical guide fits into your mouth and contains strategically placed holes indicating the optimal position for each implant. This reduces the chance of complications and speeds up the length of the implant placement procedure.
What to Expect During Your Implant Procedure
Our dentists can often perform all the steps of your dental implant procedure in a single appointment at our Hamden practice.
Our practice uses surgical guides during implant placement procedures to reduce the risk of complications.
When you leave our office after your implant procedure you will have a fully functional set of teeth. However, we must wait until you recover to complete the final steps of your treatment. Over the next few months, your implants will fuse to your jawbone in a process known as osseointegration. When osseointegration is complete we can confidently design a permanent crown, bridge, or denture that fits the precise dimensions of your jaw.
Can You Believe They Are Not Natural Teeth?
Pictured below is one of our real New Haven–area patients who received dental implant-supported restorations.
Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants
Since dental implants are priced individually, the cost of your treatment is mainly determined by the number of teeth you need to have replaced. While insurance plans often include benefits for your crown, bridge, or denture, they typically do not cover the cost of the implants themselves. However, our practice is happy to offer flexible financing to help keep treatment costs as affordable as possible. We will also work directly with your insurance provider to make sure you get the most coverage from your plan. If you are interested in getting a personal cost estimate for your implant treatment, please request a consultation with your dentist at our Hamden, CT, office today.
Are Implants Worth It?
It is important to understand that dental implants are an investment. While their up front costs are more expensive than traditional tooth restoration options, they pay off in several ways down the road. First, by preventing bone recession implants can save you from developing serious oral health problems and needing expensive future treatment. Certain implant-supported restorations like dentures also last longer than their traditional counterparts, and will need far fewer replacements over the course of a lifetime.
Most of our patients would agree that regardless of the long-term savings, the comfort and convenience of dental implants make them well worth the cost in the end.