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Dental Implants in North Edmonton

Dental Implants in North Edmonton

A dental implant restores a lost tooth to look, feel, fit, and function like a natural tooth.

What are dental implants?

What are dental implants?

A dental implant is a high-tech replacement tooth mimicking the whole tooth structure. It is a metal screw device surgically inserted into the jawbone and acts as an anchor for an artificial tooth called a crown.

Who Might Need A Dental Implant?

Who Might Need A Dental Implant?

Implants are often the solution if you have one or more missing teeth and damaged or rotting teeth that may be irreparable. The jawbone can deteriorate when a tooth is lost or pulled and not replaced. Dental implants will maintain a healthy bite, keeping each tooth firmly in place while supporting a healthy jawbone and preventing bone deterioration.
If you are self-conscious about the appearance of your smile, a dental implant will help with that. Your ability to eat, smile, and laugh without experiencing discomfort, stress, or holding back is crucial and will significantly influence your life as a whole.

Who Might Need A Dental Implant?
Benefits Of Dental Implants

Benefits Of Dental Implants

  • Natural look: You will enjoy your time without worrying about your teeth, as the implant will retain your natural face shape and smile.
  • Long-term solution: Dental implants may need periodic adjustments but can last a lifetime when properly placed and taken care of.
  • Strengthening the bone: Due to a lack of stimulation, the jawbone in the area left by a missing tooth deteriorates. An implant stimulates natural bone growth and prevents it from weakening.
Dental Implant Restoration

Dental Implant Restoration

A treatment that provides a replacement tooth for a lost one. This tooth is attached to an implanted root, which integrates with the bone over time.

Types Of Dental Implant Restoration:

  • Dental crown- This is the most common implant restoration. The crown is placed over the implant crown with special tools that screw it in place.

  • A dental bridge- A bridge fills the cavity caused by several lost teeth in a row. You may replace multiple teeth with only one or two implants to support a dental bridge. A complete implant-supported bridge is an arch of upper or lower teeth attached to four or more implants.

  • Implant denture- Implant-supported dentures are comfortable, stable, and easily removed.

Dental Implant Restoration

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Ready To Restore Your Smile? A New Journey Awaits

If you have tooth loss interfering with your quality of life, schedule an appointment with a dentist to discuss your replacement options. They can help determine if dental implants are the best treatment for you.

How It Feels

How It Feels

Getting a metal implant into your jaw may seem uncomfortable, but modern techniques have made the process much more tolerable. To ensure that the surgical procedure causes you no discomfort, we will provide a local anesthetic to numb your mouth.

Our modern dental equipment helps us to insert implants precisely and with little tissue disruption. You will have less pain and downtime during recovery. You could feel some discomfort from having to keep your mouth open for brief periods, but that’s about it.

Following the operation, it is common to suffer some swelling, pain, and maybe bruising in the following hours. Fortunately, the discomfort isn’t severe and can be dealt with easily. We will provide you with detailed guidelines for alleviating pain even before the anesthesia wears off. Within a week, you should experience less pain at the surgical implant site.

The success rate of a dental implant procedure varies depending on its location in the jaw, but in general, the success rate is as high as 98%. Implants are very safe, and they may last a lifetime with the correct maintenance.
How It Feels

The Dental Implant Process

The actual implant placement process is much more comfortable than you might imagine.


During your first visit, the dentist will examine your teeth to determine your eligibility for implants. X-Rays and 3D cone-beam CT scans of your jaw will be taken to investigate the condition of the bone tissue. The dental team will also take an impression of your teeth to prepare them for the implant.

Fixing the implant

The surgical area will be administered with a local anesthetic. Once you are comfortable, your surgeon will insert your gum to access the jaw. A hole is drilled into the jaw, and the implant is pushed into it.


Before your dentist can securely put a final restoration, the implant must recover for a few months. Your dentist may make a temporary restoration for you during the healing phase.


Dr. James Jeffery

Your Dental Implants Dentist

Dr. James Jeffery has been practicing in Edmonton since 2003. A graduate of Loma Linda University in California, Dr. Jeffery strives to give the best care that he can to every patient that he sees. Having taken many courses on adhesive and esthetic dentistry, James has a passion for making teeth look great, using the latest techniques, with proven success. Dr. Jeffery has a beautiful wife, and two kids named Michael and Ayvlin. He is an avid reader, guitar player, and computer enthusiast, as well as enjoying the outdoors and taking his kids skating. However, he hasn’t found the time yet to enjoy as much golf as he would like.

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During the examination, your teeth, gums, soft tissues, and bite form will be examined. We usually check your entire mouth. Before we begin treatment, we want to know everything about your smile’s health and beauty, as well as your goals.

Cost Of Dental Implants

Dental implants are a significant expenditure that should be carefully assessed. Each patient’s requirements are unique. With so much at stake, we take your health and safety very seriously and only give the best treatment. So, how much do dental implants cost, and what precisely are you paying for?

A single implant in North Edmonton will cost between $3,000 and $6,000 or more. Full-mouth reconstruction dental implants may range in price from $10,000 to $60,000 or more. A complete set of implant-supported dentures typically costs about $30,000. Remember that no dental business can give you an accurate price over the phone. The dental implant method is complicated and relies on various elements that vary from person to person.

What Determines The Cost of Dental Implant Surgery? Here are some major considerations:

  • The type and quantity of implants required.
  • The materials and supplies employed.
  • The medical-grade equipment utilized and maintained for your convenience.
  • The dental team’s time and expertise will be with you every step of the journey.
  • The surgery’s location and complexity
  • Your healing process. We shall be available to you for as long as you need us.

Every case is unique, so speaking with a dentist and having an oral exam will enable us to analyze your specific condition and present you with several treatment alternatives to explore. We will be delighted to give you a more accurate price.