One-Visit Mini Dental Implants
Mini Dental Implants are an effective, affordable and efficient alternative for traditional dental implants. They can be placed in one visit and require no healing allowing for your dentures to be put in place immediately.
Dr. Anderson is very knowledgeable and experienced in placing mini implants accurately and safely. He is a very experienced dentist overall and skilled in handling complex restorative cases. Dr. Anderson has many hours of continuing education and is a member of various dental associations and organizations. He has familiarity with a variety of cases and situations and will ensure that you are set up correctly for your implants and that the work is high-quality: long-lasting, functional and aesthetic.
Mini implants consist of very small titanium posts that are placed in one visit. They are gently inserted into the jaw bone, usually without any surgery or incision, and do not require months "to take" and heal. This procedure takes about one hour and generally only requires local anesthetic. Mini implants are also cost-effective, as they cost considerably less than traditional implants.
Stabilize your dentures
Mini implants are used to stabilize dentures to prevent slippage and for optimum comfort.
Dr. Anderson can place your implants and fit or retrofit your dentures in just one visit! Most of the time, the only anesthetic necessary is an injection directly over the position in the gums where each implant is to be placed. Existing dentures can be retrofitted over the newly placed implants and can then be used immediately. Learn more about mini implants and dentures ...
Personal Consultation with Dr. Anderson
Although most people can take advantage of mini implants, it is important to determine if you are a candidate.
A complete dental examination will be necessary to determine if mini implants will work for you and to ensure that you receive the appropriate restorations for your lifestyle and needs.
Dr. Anderson can also discuss with you the pros and cons of the different types of tooth replacement options available and answer any other questions you have.
Call (308) 365-1885 or click here to request an appointment online.