Advanced Dental Implants and Dental Oral Surgery Solutions

If you're looking for a solution to missing or damaged teeth, our Dental Implants may be the perfect option for you. Our procedure involves replacing the roots of your teeth with metal pins that look like screws and then placing an artificial tooth that looks and functions just like a real one. Our specialist, Dr. Kamran Raja, is an expert in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and performs this procedure through oral surgery.
During surgery, the gums are opened and the bone is exposed. The metal post of the dental implant is then placed deep into the bone to serve as the root of the tooth. Our clinic, located in Manassas, offers a well-accepted alternative to dentures or bridges that do not fit well or when a lack of natural tooth roots does not allow for traditional tooth replacements. You deserve to have a beautiful smile again! Don't wait any longer, schedule a consultation with us today to see if Dental Implants are the perfect solution for you.

Parts of a Dental Implant

  • Implant: a titanium post that is inserted into the jawbone to replace the root of a natural tooth.
  • Abutment: a structure that connects to the implant and serves as a support for the dental crown or prosthesis.
  • Crown: the visible part of the dental implant that resembles a natural tooth and is placed on top of the abutment.
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Step-by-Step Guide to Inserting a Dental Implant

At our Manassas clinic, the surgery is performed in a completely sterile field with the assistance of anesthesiologists to provide sedation if required.
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Step 1

In the first step, the implant is placed beneath the gum in the location where the root of the natural tooth used to be. It is then left to heal.
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Step 2

After the implant has healed, the second step is taken: the implant is surgically exposed by removing a portion of the gum that covers it.
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Step 3

The third step is crucial as it is verified that the implant has integrated properly and is correctly connected to the previously integrated abutment.
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Step 4

Finally, in the fourth step, the prosthetic is created and attached to the osseointegrated dental implant once both the abutment and implant have successfully healed.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Curious about Dental Implant Treatment: ? Find answers to commonly asked questions to guide your journey.
  • What are dental implants and how do they work?
    Dental implants are artificial tooth roots made of titanium that provide a permanent base for fixed or removable replacement teeth. They work by integrating with your jawbone, offering strong and stable support for the artificial teeth.
  • Are dental implants safe and how long do they last?
    Dental implants are a safe and effective way to replace missing teeth. With proper care and good oral hygiene, dental implants can last a lifetime. They have a high success rate of around 98%.
  • What is the cost of dental implants?
    The cost of dental implants can vary depending on several factors, including the number of implants needed, the type of restoration, and the location of the dental practice. On average, dental implants can range from $1,000 to $3,000 per implant, excluding the cost of the crown or bridge.
  • How can I apply for a payment plan for dental implants?
    You can apply for a payment plan for dental implants by scheduling a free evaluation appointment with us. During this appointment, our specialist will assess your case, create a personalized treatment plan, and provide detailed information about available payment plans. Call us at (703) 393-9393 to book your free evaluation today!
  • How painful is getting a dental implant?
    The dental implant procedure is typically performed under local anesthesia, so you should not feel pain during the surgery. However, some discomfort and swelling may occur after the procedure, which can be managed with over-the-counter pain medications and ice packs.
  • How do I care for my dental implants?
    Caring for dental implants is similar to caring for natural teeth. Brush and floss daily, use an antibacterial mouthwash, and visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings. Avoid hard or sticky foods that can damage the implant.
  • What are the risks and complications of dental implants?
    While dental implants have a high success rate, there are some risks and complications to be aware of, such as infection, implant failure, nerve damage, and sinus problems. Your dentist will discuss these risks with you and take steps to minimize them.
  • Who is a candidate for dental implants?
    Most people who are missing one or more teeth and have healthy gums and sufficient bone to support the implant are candidates for dental implants. However, certain medical conditions and lifestyle factors, such as smoking, may affect eligibility.

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