Dental Implant FAQs

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If you have missing or failing teeth, dental implants can restore your smile and allow you to eat and speak again with confidence. Not to mention, they’ll keep your smile healthy as well.

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

We understand that making a decision to do restorative dental work can be tough. There are a lot of things to consider, and perhaps some nervousness, too. We want to help you achieve a happy, healthy smile, so we’re here to guide you and help you every step of the way!

If you’re considering dental implants, here are some of our dental implant FAQs to help you. And of course, Dr. Jone can go over any other questions you may have during your consultation.

Are dental implants painful?

During the procedure, Dr. Jone will have a recommended dental sedation option for you, which can also help you relax if you’re feeling nervous at all. Your comfort is our top priority! After the procedure, some tenderness along the gum line is expected. All in all, the discomfort you experience from dental implants is much less than the pain caused by bone loss and tooth decay.

How can I afford dental implants?

Most insurance plans don’t cover extensive restorative work. However, we offer a variety of payment options to work with your budget and dental needs.

  • CareCredit
  • Compassionate Finance
  • Dental Savers Plan

Our Dental Warranty ensures that all of the work we do makes you happy. We stand by our work and want you to feel confident about your new smile!

I already have dentures. Do I really need implants?

If you find your dentures to be uncomfortable, implants can stabilize them and make eating and talking easier! The rubbing of dentures can also cause bone loss, which can be painful and lead to other oral health issues.

Find out more about denture stabilization!

Implants & Stabilization

Find out more about dental implants from Dr. Jone at Pacific Sky Dental in Daly City!

Posted on behalf of Dr. Raymond Jone, Pacific Sky Dental

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