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Dental Implants

Dental Implants in Longueuil

We take our time and care when our patients require dental implants. Our dentists are adept at delivering procedures in implantology.

Dental Implant Cost in Longueuil

Your teeth and oral health hold a significant weight in your day-to-day life as it influences a lot our confidence and health in general. We generally want those straight white sets of teeth as one of our main attractive features. We feel that all of our patients deserve an ideal smile, especially if you have any missing, decayed or damaged teeth. At our clinic in Longueuil, we offer superb deals on our dental implants, helping you smile much more often, with an affordable cost! Implants are perfect to regain that confidence lost from a having edentulous space in your mouth and to make better first impressions!

Implants, along with crowns, are designed to blend with your overall dentition. It will be as if you have a regular, natural tooth in place and you will also avoid any phonetics discrepancies associated with tooth loss.

Implants also enable you to restore chewing functions. When properly placed and maintained, implants are long-lasting and will save you countless trips to the dentist. You would be able to eat any food you previously avoided due to missing teeth, without feeling any pain or sensitivity. Let’s dive deeper into implant prices.
Implants Cost at Avenue Sourire
Cost for posterior implants is $4,000, regularly $5,900, that's a savings of $1900! Anterior implants also cost $4,000.

Deal for Implants
Free consultation
Free 3D simulation and scans
Incision-free surgery
Dental implant and crown
(Applies on implants made by BioHorizons). All lab work included. Offer may not be combined with any other sale, promotion, discount or offer. Implants in anterior aesthetic zones: $4000, posterior implants: $4000. Does not include other dental work.

Average Cost of Dental Implants

A lot of factors will dictate the final price of your implant treatment. The most important is how many missing teeth, and subsequently the number of implants needed. The location (anterior/posterior) influences the price and also the need for any dental work prior to implant placement, such as socket preservation, bone grafting or any periodontal disease that needs to be addressed beforehand. Additional tissue conditioning using dental appliances such as crowns or bridges might be planned If you have a decayed or damaged tooth that cannot be restored, then an extraction will be part of the comprehensive treatment. All these scenarios can add considerable cost to the overall treatment.

Of course, your insurance plan and the intricacies of what is covered will dictate how much you have to spend out-of-pocket. Remember however that a healthy and appeasing oral health does not have a price tag! With implantology, you are guaranteed to receive the standard of care and will save money on further complications, in the long run.

So what is the cost? Usually, in Canada, a dental implant can range from $1000 to a staggering $5000. Of course the price varies according to the patient’s specific needs and situation. Note that implants are durable and have a very long positive prognosis. When well maintained in the mouth, they can last for ages and avoid you the trouble of replacing them often.

How Much do Full Implants Cost at Our Dental Clinic?

Welcome to Avenue Sourire, a state-of-the-art clinic where you could receive over $1000 off your dental implant treatment. After benefiting from our free consultation promotion, your case will be analyzed with our precise 3D panoramic X-rays imaging, at no cost for you! We will be fully equipped to screen all underlying problems. Not only are we specialized in incision-free surgery, we also include crowns on the implants, giving a lot of bang for your buck!

Prices start from $4,000. Did you know that our all-inclusive treatment also covers full laboratory analysis? Unfortunately, certain acts like extractions or pharmaceutical care are excluded and the offer cannot be combined with another promotion.

Is a Dental Implant Worth It?

Tooth implants are indeed worth it, they are the standard of care and you won’t regret getting one done. Adults of all ages can have a dental implant installed to restore the form and function of an actual tooth. They work wonders for patients with missing teeth due to caries, infection or trauma and also for congenital dental defects. In certain cases, adolescents can have dental implants.

Here is a list of the advantages of implants:
Enhance aesthetics: An implant, with a crown on it, when well done will completely mask that edentulous area you had. Implants integrate within the bone of your dentition, you will not even notice any dissimilarities with your other natural teeth. Your smile would reach its full potential!
Improves comfort: Implants are fixed permanently in your mouth. Rest assured you would not feel any discomfort similar to when one wears a removable denture since implants offer a great deal of retention and stability.
Quality oral health: One of the best advantages of an implant. You would be in full control of your oral health, especially with individual units. An implant allows you to maintain constant pressure and stimulus on your bone, subsequently preserving bone in that area.
Strengthen self-confidence: Not wanting to smile because of that open hole somewhere in your mouth? Don’t worry, an implant absolutely fixes that issue and also avoids the embarrassment of having a removable denture wobble when you eat or talk.
Pain-free chewing: You will be happy to chew in the area with a previously missing tooth. You would not feel pain on chewing and will be able to enjoy your food stress-free, thanks to implants made of quality material.
Implants have excellent long-term prognosis. They are the perfect investment to replace a missing tooth, but also to avoid any unnecessary treatment adjacent to a missing area.

What is a Tooth Implant?

There is a strong correlation between oral health and overall health. It is imperative to take care of our dental health!

A dental implant is a prosthetic device inserted into oral tissues in order to replicate the function of a root and provide support for a removable or fixed dental prosthesis, like a crown or an overdenture. The main advantage is in the implants capacity to preserve your bone. When an edentulous area is left untreated, numerous issues can arise such as teeth movement, occlusal complications, no bone preservation or periodontal problems.

Why Have a Dental Implant?

Implants are more often being suggested as the first option for filling a missing area.

Below is a list of reasons to have implants:
Better permanent solution than removable or complete dentures
Mimics the root of a natural tooth. They are osseointegrated within the bone therefore are fixed in the dentition
Supports oral soft tissues and help preserve bone
Re-establishment of an amazing and natural smile
Fast recovery period after the procedure
Minimized post-op complications thanks to new technology
Feel free to discuss with your dentist about potential implant treatment in your overall care.

Who is a Candidate for Dental Implant Treatment?

A proper assessment and diagnosis is made before making any decision regarding implant procedure. An ideal candidate for implants should be in good overall health without any contraindications to surgery, has no active cases of periodontal disease, motivated to maintain proper oral hygiene and has enough bone height/width to support an implant.

Tooth Implants Compared With Dentures and Dental Bridges

Implants are increasingly becoming the standard of care in aesthetic dentistry.

One of the main drawbacks of a dental bridge is the dental work needed on the two adjacent teeth, often virgin teeth that should be left untouched. You unfortunately cannot treat boundless missing teeth with dental bridges, nor is there bone preservation. Bridges usually have a shorter life-span than implants, since decay can affect the abutment teeth.

Dentures are much less convenient than implants. They have limited function, especially in terms of chewing force, and limited aesthetics. They lack the stability offered in implants or bridges, and can be quite uncomfortable due to rubbing and wobbling. Dentures do not preserve bone, therefore as your mouth constantly undergoes changes, a new set of dentures would be required after a while.

More reasons to have a dental implant:
Natural appearance: You will feel like the implant is part of your dentition after integrating with your bone. A natural tooth and your implant tooth will look identical.
Improved phonetics: Your speech will not be affected by having implants in your mouth. Indeed, you are at increased chance of conserving proper speech and having less discomfort than with traditional dentures.
Better enjoy your food: Implants are the ideal prosthetic device if you want optimal chewing function.
Implants are long-lasting: When the treatment is successful, and there are regular follow-ups as well as excellent home maintenance, your implant will last you a very long time, sometimes even a lifetime.

Dental Implant Procedure

When placing an implant, you can either perform a flap, which is an incision on the gums to access the bone, or perform a flapless surgery. When the implant is drilled into the bone, an abutment is inserted to facilitate healing of the gums around the implant. After a period of time the implant will fuse within the bone and osseointegrate. In certain cases, we can place a temporary prosthetic material while the implant undergoes osseointegration. The implants are provided by Bio-Horizons.

The surgery is not complex, mostly thanks to the advanced equipment we work with. With local anesthesia, and conscious sedation if needed, the surgery will be done in no time.

After treatment planning the whole case, we use CBCT imaging and a surgical guide to properly place the implant. Implant surgery is so well done today, you could go to work right after the implant placement surgery!

Take advantage of:
Flapless procedure
Minimized bleeding, pain and post-op complications
Rapid healing
CBCT 3D imaging
Surgical guide
How Long Does it Take?
Full implant treatment lasts over a couple of months. It occurs in three phases, which are separated by weeks of healing:

Phase one: Position the implant surgically.
Phase two: Attachment of the post to the implant, providing additional anchor for your new restoration 

Phase three: Placing the permanent crown on the post of the implant.

When the implant is done osseointegration with the bone, an impression, using 3D scanner iTero, is taken to help the lab fabricate the crown or bridge. The prosthetic crown can either be cemented or screwed onto the implant.

Schedule Your Dental Implant Appointment

Schedule a visit to our clinic to receive a guaranteed positive experience in relation to implantology. Don’t hesitate to call us at (450) 445-6161.
The average cost of a tooth implant in Longueuil typically ranges from $1,500 to $3,000 CAD per implant. However, the actual cost may vary based on factors such as the complexity of the procedure and any additional treatments required.
In general, dental implants are considered superior to bridges due to their durability and natural feel. Implants provide better long-term stability and do not rely on neighboring teeth for support, unlike bridges.
With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime. Regular oral hygiene practices such as brushing, flossing, and routine dental check-ups can help ensure the longevity of your dental implants.
While some dental insurance plans in Canada may cover a portion of the cost of dental implants, coverage varies widely. It's important to check with your insurance provider to understand the extent of your coverage and any potential out-of-pocket expenses.
Properly placed dental implants should not damage adjacent teeth. In fact, implants can help prevent the bone loss and shifting of teeth that can occur with traditional tooth replacement options like bridges.
There are several types of dental implants, including endosteal implants, which are placed directly into the jawbone, subperiosteal implants, which sit on top of the jawbone, and zygomatic implants, which are anchored into the cheekbone for patients with insufficient jawbone structure.
While rare, dental implants can potentially cause problems such as infection, bone loss, or implant failure years after placement. However, these complications are often preventable with proper oral hygiene and regular dental care.
Endosteal implants, which are placed directly into the jawbone, typically have the highest success rates among dental implant types. They offer excellent stability and are commonly used for most implant procedures.
Alternatives to dental implants include bridges, dentures, and implant-supported bridges or dentures. Your dentist can help determine the best option for restoring your smile based on your individual needs and preferences.
Oral surgeons or periodontists are typically the most qualified professionals for dental implant placement. These specialists have advanced training and expertise in implant dentistry, ensuring the best possible outcome for patients.

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