Your Implant Timeline - Concord, NC
A Helpful Guide to Our
Dental Implant Process and Timeline
Restore Your Smile Permanently
with Dental Implants
If you’re living with missing or damaged teeth, this has likely impacted your self-confidence, ability to eat nutritiously and perhaps led to a diminished social and professional life. Gaps in your smile can increase the risk of tooth decay in the remaining teeth, gum disease, jawbone deterioration, and additional tooth loss.
Jawbone loss can result in a sunken appearance and cause wrinkles and fine lines around your mouth and chin. Dental implants are the only tooth-replacement option that preserves and improves bone density and closely matches natural teeth in strength and durability. With that said, getting dental implants isn’t a decision to take lightly. It’s essential to choose a dentist with extensive expertise and a proven track record in the art and science of dental implant surgery.
At Rogers Clark & Associates, we combine decades of expertise and the latest digital technology to deliver life-changing dental implants in Concord, NC. When you entrust your smile to Dr. Robert Rogers or Dr. Chris Clark, your journey starts with a complimentary dental implant consultation that includes an oral exam, diagnostics, and open communication about the dental implant procedure.
What to Expect with Dental Implants
Enjoy Affordable, Life-Changing Dental Implants
Along with long-lasting, transformative benefits, the initial cost of dental implants is higher than other tooth replacement options. As the next best thing to natural teeth, the higher cost of dental implants is immediately matched by the long-lasting, dramatic improvements to your self-esteem, oral health, and systemic health. We’ve seen how dental implants in Concord, NC transform people’s lives. We offer competitive prices and five-year warranties on All-on-X and partner with two third-party financing companies to make this treatment even more affordable!
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