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✅Dental implants: G-Dental clinic in Pembroke Pines FL

Dental implants

There are many reasons for losing teeth:

  • Poor periodontal hygiene.
  • Poor nutrition.
  • Habits (bruxism, smoking, chewing tobacco, etc.)
  • Sports injuries.
  • Extensive caries.
  • Dental trauma.
  • Fear of the dentist.
  • Finances.

What happens when you loose a tooth?

Losing a tooth may affect your self-esteem as well as your health. Losing multiple teeth will increase a potential long-term damage to you oral cavity.

  • Chewing problems.
  • Speech problems.
  • Shifting of the other teeth.

If you are missing teeth it is very important to replace them. Nowadays, there are many options for replacing missing teeth, but one the best and most comfortable are dental implants.

A dental implant is an artificial titanium root that is attached to the bone, where a bridge or crown is placed. It doesn’t require teeth support and it is design to mimic natural teeth.

Parts of an implant:

  • Implant: it is the part that serves as the root of the new teeth. It is a screw that permanently is attached to your bones.
  • Abutment: it is the connector between in the implant and the crown.
  • Implant Restoration (crown, bridges, dentures, etc.): it is the visible part.

Can I get an implant?

You can come to G-Dental for a free Implant consultation. The doctor will advise you on whether you are or not a good candidate for implants.

For a successful implant you need:

  • Good amount of bone density.
  • Strong immune system.


The time frame to complete the treatment depends on many factors, but on average it takes around 4 months to a year especially on cases where the patient doesn’t have enough bone and bone grafting is needed.

When the healing process is almost finished, a piece called healing cap is placed. It acts as collar on top of the implant and helps the surrounding tissues to heal.

A few weeks after, the healing cap is removed to screw the abutment onto the implant. Preparing it to support the crown.

Types of implants

There are several types of implants restorations depending on your needs.

  • Single tooth replacement:

    Used for people missing 1 or more teeth. It’s conformed by the implant, the abutment and a single crown.

  • Implant retained Overdenture:

    Used for edentulous (lacking teeth) patients that need to restore full arch, whether it is upper or lower teeth. Works as an old fashion denture, meaning it is removable but it attaches to implants provided increased support and stability.

  • Fixed, Implant supported Overdenture:

    Used for edentulous (lacking teeth) patients that need to restore full arch, whether it is upper or lower teeth. It is a one-piece framework that screws onto the implant, it is only removable by a dentist. It presents increased similarities to natural teeth.

Benefits of dental implants:

  • Improve appearance.
  • Restore self-esteem.
  • Restore your mouth’s function.
  • Enhance your overall quality.
  • High aesthetic.
  • Durability.

Care for your implants:

  • Maintain a good oral hygiene, brush and floss daily.
  • Visit your dentist every 6 months.
Full Exam + X-rays $50
Cleaning starts in $95
Teeth Whitening starts in $125
Botox Consultation free
Ortho Consultation
(Includes Panoramic X-ray)
Implant Consultation
(Includes Panoramic X-ray)
Wisdom Teeth Consultation
(Includes Panoramic X-ray)


Paying for your dental care has never been easier. We offer payment options to fit within most budgets. Healthcare costs can be costly for most families, which is why we have several options to ensure you receive the care you need. We encourage you to speak with our team to discuss affordable payment options for your dental care.

  • Most dental insurance
  • Essential Dental Plan
  • Care Credit third party financing
  • Cash & personal check
  • Visa, Mastercard, American Express & Discover