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Fees for our customized and specialized care :
Our philosophy is we never let cost get in the way for our patients to get the BEST dental care possible. Did you know that cost for dental care will grow exponentially each year you prolong it? Fact is, disease and decay never go away: It only worsens and can cause many other complications to your overall health. Missing teeth cause your jaw bone and gums to shrink thus making any type of restoration in the future much more difficult. If your tooth is not replaced with implants to stimulate the bone, not only will you not be able to chew your foods properly, but you will develop facial wrinkles, making you age much quicker.
While choosing a qualified Implant dentist/office, look for unparalleled experience, unparalleled credentials, unparalleled expertise and proven track record. Don’t get misled by the “low cost” low fee providers who wants to lure you in by marketing $500 implants because there will be additional charges for other parts of implants they are not telling you. You will see that the bitter taste of poor quality lingers long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten. In health care you get what you pay for. We pride ourselves on setting our fees that are very fair. Our fees reflect the level of skill, care, judgment, service, & relationship we provide our patients.We use FDA approved dental implants and perform FDA approved treatment protocols. We use the best materials, use the best labs and invest heavily in advanced continuing education for our Drs and staff as well in technology to deliver 21st century care to our patients.
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No medical insurance, no Medicare, Medicaid or Obama care will cover any part of this specialized care. Dental insurance will cover up to $1,000-$1,500 per calendar year (there is no guarantee of payment). We have various options to make this care affordable for our patients. These will be discussed at your consultation.
1 .Single tooth dental implant:
Fees: All inclusive fees include: $5,500
Extraction of the tooth (if needed)
Bone grafting (needed in most cases)
Surgical placement of the dental implant
Abutment/final porcelain crown
2. All-on-4 (full jaw) dental implants, Teeth -in-a-day, Zygomatic dental implants (no jaw bone solution)- our signature treatment. Non-removable fixed bridge teeth on implants.
Per jaw all inclusive fee includes: $25,000 – $28,000
initial work up and planning of the case
Extractions and alveolplasty (leveling of the bone)
surgical placement of all-on-4 implants
IV sedation anesthesia and local anesthesia and full monitoring.
Fitting of the temporary fixed teeth on the day of the surgery
follow up/post/op visits, any adjustments etc.
All visits to fit the final permanent teeth in 3 mos and the permanent non-removable final teeth.
3. Implant supported dentures (over dentures or snap on dentures) removable denture teeth on implants.
Upper over denture fee includes extractions, 4 implants with bar (temporary and permanent denture): $15,500.
lower over denture fees included 2 dental implants, any extractions if needed, temporary and permanent dentures : $12,500
Includes all visits as All-on-4 but the teeth are removable over the implants but are 60-70% more secured then traditional dentures.
We also provide other dental services such as: cleanings, checkups, tooth color fillings, crowns, bridges, root canal treatment, partial dentures, complete dentures, veneers, invisalign, periodontal treatment and teeth whitening as we are your TOTAL SOLUTION PROVIDER.
Same Day dental implants in Illinois have been around for over 50 years, but it’s only in the last decade or two that they have been recognized for their superior tooth replacement solutions. Now, dentists and oral surgeons on every continent find Same Day dental implants to be the most sophisticated and comprehensive medical hardware for the replacement of teeth, whether a patient has lost one, several or even all of their original adult teeth!
Same Day Dental Implants in Illinois
If you’ve lost several teeth over the years to gum disease, dental decay or even accidental trauma, there are other many dental technologies available to fill the gaps in your smile. Unfortunately, nothing can compare with the benefits afforded by dental implants in Illinois, which, once placed, are virtually indistinguishable in functionality, feel and aesthetics to natural teeth.
So, what are these benefits? And how do Same Day dental implants in Illinois compare with traditional tooth replacement technology? First, let’s take a look at some of the alternatives…
Dental Implants in Illinois: Alternatives for Replacing Multiple Missing Teeth
Traditional Fixed Bridge ~
Many dentists recommend a traditional bridge for patients presenting with several gaps in their dental arch. Unfortunately, however, this tooth replacement method comes hand-in-hand with some very significant disadvantages that can create far more complex and costly problems further down the line. Traditional bridges are even known to cause fracture to the healthy supporting teeth, causing tooth loss.
While, bridges do provide a good cosmetic and functional solution and are easy for dentists to do, they require the sacrificing of the two perfectly healthy teeth adjacent to the gap. With the availability of Same Day dental implants in Illinois, which do not require these teeth to be touched at all, this sacrifice is simply unjustifiable.
Some of the challenges associated with traditional bridges include:
- Excessive physical stress exerted on the two supporting teeth
- The need to grind or file down the two healthy adjacent teeth
- These stresses greatly increase the risk of decay of the supporting teeth
- A high risk of root fracture and the subsequent need for root canal therapy
- Bridges increase a patient’s risk of further tooth loss
- The bone tissue underlying the bridge suffers from atrophy because only the crown of the missing tooth is replaced and not the root.
Removable Partial and Full Dentures ~
The functionality of removable partial and full dentures, which are uncomfortable, loose and unhygienic, simply cannot be compared to that of Same Day dental implants in Illinois, which can be used to support a fully customized prosthetic dental bridge. Removable dentures are typically made out of bulky plastic material and metal, which does not offer a very decent aesthetic solution to multiple missing teeth.
Some of the challenges associated with removable partial and full dentures include:
- The stress placed on the remaining natural teeth, which are used as supports for the denture ‘hooks’ leads to greater problems of tooth mobility (instability) and tooth loss further down the line.
- Partial dentures promote a much higher risk of decay, the need for root canal therapy on the remaining natural teeth and atrophy of the underlying jaw bone tissue.
- Dentures harbor food and bacteria rendering them unhygienic for patients. They also cause chronic bad breath.
- They’re uncomfortable, unattractive and cause great social awkwardness and embarrassment.
- Removable partial and full dentures destroy healthy jaw bone.
Same Day Dental Implants in Illinois: The Difference
- Same Day dental implants in Illinois do not require healthy teeth to be sacrificed. They are free-standing and, just like natural teeth, are supported entirely by the underlying jaw bone tissue.
- Same Day dental implants in Illinois typically do not damage any of the neighboring hard or soft tissues in the mouth, thus preventing the adjacent teeth from sustaining fractures or cavities, or needing root canal therapy.
- Same Day dental implants in Illinois replace both the crown and the root of the missing tooth. By transferring the eating forces directly into the jaw via the root, they prevent the bone tissue from atrophying, keeping it alive, healthy and ‘exercised’.
- Same Day dental implants in Illinois provide much better facial support, which means far more natural smile aesthetics.
- Same Day dental implants in Illinois not only look just like natural healthy teeth, they feel like them too!
- Of all the teeth replacement technologies out there, Same Day dental implants in Illinois come with the lowest risk of further tooth loss. In fact, they actually play a part in preventing further tooth loss.
If you have lost a tooth to accidental trauma, decay, a failed root canal or any of a vast number of reasons, Chicago dental implants offer the very best tooth replacement solution. This is not only the strong opinion of experts in Chicago dental implants, such as Dr. Irfan Atcha, it’s the established standard around the world! A tooth implant in Chicago offers unparalleled benefits and advantages to patients who have lost one of their pearly whites. What are Chicago Dental Implants?
A dental implant is essentially an artificial tooth that consists of a high quality and durable ceramic crown and a titanium root or screw, which is inserted into the jaw bone at the site of the missing tooth. Together, these components – plus the connecting abutment or ‘collar – offer patients a fixed and non-removable replacement tooth that is virtually indistinguishable from a natural tooth. Tooth Implant in Chicago: A Comparison with Dental Bridges The traditional approach to replacing a missing tooth is a dental bridge, which is a structure consisting of three ceramic crowns that have been cemented together. The two outer crowns are fabricated to sit on the healthy teeth adjacent to the gap, which is then occupied by the middle artificial crown.
There are five considerable problems with this approach:
- Unlike Chicago dental implants, bridges require two perfectly healthy teeth on either side of the gap to be ground down to nubs so that they can accommodate the supporting crowns.
- The procedure required to file these teeth down is risky and can end up damaging the once-healthy tooth to such an extent that it needs root canal therapy.
- Unlike Chicago dental implants, bridges can and frequently do lead to the eventual fracture or cracking of the adjacent tooth’s root due to the physical trauma of supporting the bridge. Should root canal therapy fail to save the tooth, extraction becomes necessary.
- Dental bridges almost always eventually decay, often resulting in further tooth loss. A tooth implant in Chicago cannot decay.
- Unlike Chicago dental implants, bridges only replace the visible portion of the tooth – the crown. Without proper stimulation from a tooth root, the underlying jaw bone atrophies and wastes away over time, causing considerable problems for the neighboring teeth and – via a domino-effect of instability – the entire dental arch.
This is not even to mention the problems patients commonly complain about, such as discomfort and the feeling of having something foreign in your mouth. But by far, the most concerning problem with dental bridges is that they require two perfectly healthy teeth to be sacrificed just to replace one tooth. And they almost always eventually lead to further tooth loss. With Chicago dental implants, on the other hand, none of these concerns are a problem… Tooth Implant in Chicago: Benefits for Single Tooth Replacement Chicago dental implants are free-standing artificial teeth and because they rely solely upon the underlying jaw bone for support, as is the case with natural teeth, they eliminate the need to grind down the two perfectly healthy adjacent teeth. Chicago dental implants also replace the root of the missing tooth as well as the crown and this promotes excellent jaw bone health and, in turn, the health and stability of the rest of the dental arch. According to controlled scientific research studies, opting for a tooth implant in Chicago comes with the lowest risk of further tooth loss, when compared to traditional technologies, such as dental bridges. Chicago dental implants really are the smartest decision you can make:
- Strong bite function
- Restored speech
- Great smile aesthetics
- Oral comfort
- Ultimate confidence
Here at our New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center we don’t only offer teeth replacement. Our approach to maintaining our patients’ oral health and hygiene is holistic and includes the three pillars of good dentistry:
(1) restorative, (2) preventative and (3) cosmetic dentistry.
- Preventative Dental Services at the New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center
Prevention is always better than cure! While the New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center offers the full suite of restorative and corrective dental procedures, nothing can rival the strength and durability of your own biological technology. Even the most cutting-edge laboratories cannot produce artificial teeth that are as good as your own! So we do everything possible to help keep your teeth beautiful, healthy and strong for life.
Our preventative healthcare consists of a plan or regular appointments with our Chicago implant dentists, who will perform thorough checks of your teeth, gums and jaw using visual, X-ray and even i-CAT scan technology. At each appointment we will also perform professional cleanings of your teeth, to eliminate any accumulations of disease-causing tartar and calculus. Any signs of decay and infection will be promptly treated by the Chicago implant dentist and cavities filled in order to prevent more serious and costly problems from developing further down the line.
- Restorative Dental Services at the New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center
The restorative dental services offered at our New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center are designed to eliminate the damage done to your teeth, gums and jaw by bacterial decay, gum disease and/or accidental trauma. Examples of restorative treatment include dental crowns, bridges, dental implants, bonding, deep root scaling, periodontitis treatment and root canal therapy. The restorative treatment we offer here at the New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center is incredibly important, not only because it restores the healthy appearance of your teeth (which in turn promotes smile confidence), but because it strengthens weaknesses in the tooth structure that could compromise its health and longevity. Even a small crack in your tooth represents a breach in its defense against bacteria and acid, so it is vitally important that it gets fixed by the Chicago implant dentist.
- Cosmetic Dental Services at the New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center
Last, but not least New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center offers a fantastic array of cosmetic procedures that can correct even the most crooked and damaged of smiles. From teeth whitening, dental veneers and bonding to Invisalign® teeth aligners, crown lengthening and gum grafts. If you aren’t 100% happy with the quality of your smile, speak to the skilled and experienced team here at New Teeth Chicago Dental Implant Center and we’ll make your dream smile a reality.
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