Our Implant Solutions
Restore Any Number of Missing Teeth
Custom-made dental implants are permanent, natural-looking replacements for your missing teeth. Depending on your smile’s overall needs, we feature a variety of implant solutions to help restore your smile. Dr. Del Kovacevic will find a solution that works for you if you’re missing a single tooth, several teeth, or an entire arch.
If you’re only missing one tooth, Dr. Kovacevic can place a single dental implant and top it with a stunning porcelain crown. Each of our crowns are customized to blend in seamlessly with your surrounding teeth for a natural appearance.
Your dental implant will also function like a natural tooth, restoring your chewing function and allowing you to enjoy all your favorite foods. Best of all, dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care.
If you have missing teeth that are adjacent to each other, a dental bridge is typically the best option. Instead of using a traditional bridge that relies on your surrounding teeth for support, Dr. Kovacevic can secure your bridge with dental implants for improved stability.
If your missing teeth are spread out, we can also replace them each individually with a single dental implant, though this may not be the most convenient option. As an alternative, Dr. Kovacevic can customize a partial denture just for you and anchor it to your jaw with the help of dental implants.
If you’re missing a full arch of teeth, you may feel that your smile is beyond saving. Thankfully this isn’t the case, as Dr. Kovacevic can place a full denture and stabilize it with four to six dental implants.
Unlike traditional dentures, implant-supported dentures don’t fall out or slide out of place so you can eat and speak with total confidence. Dental implants also stimulate healthy jawbone growth to protect your long-term oral health.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will dental implants impact my oral health?
Your oral health won’t be negatively impacted by dental implants. In fact, receiving dental implants can dramatically improve your oral health as well as reinforce the strength of your jawbone. Additionally, your implant dentist will confirm your candidacy for the procedure beforehand to ensure there’s little to no risk of implant failure and to determine which implant solution will fit best with your smile.
Are dental implants a permanent way to fix missing teeth?
Yes! Dentists everywhere consider dental implants to be one of the best restorative solutions because of their permanence. The titanium fixtures that are attached to your jaw slowly integrate with the bone to create a durable foundation for your tooth restoration. While the dental crown on top of your implant will need to be replaced every 15 to 20 years, titanium implants are made to last a lifetime.
How will I know which dental implant solution is best for me?
The best way to know which dental implant solution is ideal for you is to schedule an initial visit with your dentist. They’ll conduct a full evaluation of your smile, which will include checking for underlying issues, taking digital scans of your oral cavity, reviewing your medical history, and other means of evaluating your oral health. It’s highly recommended that you tell your dentist about any questions or concerns you may have so they can better personalize your treatment.
Does dental insurance help cover dental implants?
Most dental insurance companies will either fully or partially cover the cost of dental implants if they’re considered to be medically necessary. It’s recommended that you talk to your insurance company to get a more accurate understanding of your coverage and benefits. Ask your dentist if they provide any financing options to help with any out-of-pocket expenses.
Discover the Ideal Implant Solution for Your Smile!
Dr. Kovacevic can restore your smile no matter how many teeth you’re missing with dental implants. Call our Greensburg, PA office at (724) 836-2433 or click the button below to begin your journey to better oral health. We proudly provide implant dentistry to patients from Fort Allen, Bovard, and South Greensburg, PA.