Dental Implants

Smile Proudly With Realistic Teeth

  • Relax with your choice of sedation options
  • Access many types of implant treatment
  • Speak clearly, eat easily, & smile freely
Rebuild Your Smile With Dental Implants in Fredericksburg

Rebuild Your Smile With Dental Implants in Fredericksburg

You may have been looking for the best option for replacing your missing teeth. If so, you’ve found it using Fredericksburg dental implants. Moss Family Dentistry has been improving the smiles of our patients for more than 45 years, so we have the experience you can trust. Teeth implants will give you:

  • A beautiful smile to show off in every social interaction
  • More confidence to smile boldly when meeting new people
  • Replacement teeth that help prevent bone loss in your jaw
  • The ability to eat and enjoy all your favorite foods again
  • A younger, more attractive, and more robust appearance

Call Moss Family Dentistry today at 540-732-7374 to schedule a restorative dentistry consultation. Ask our team about our sedation options, which will keep you relaxed during your implant procedure.

Enjoy a Better Quality of Life With Teeth Implants

If you’re fed up with the daily hassles of missing teeth, we would love to help you improve your life. Teeth implants are the preferred way to replace missing teeth. These artificial tooth roots will chemically bond with the bone in your jaw to support several types of replacement teeth.

For most dental implant procedures, your dentist will place your implants right here in our office. We’ll use a 3-D cone beam CT scanner to plan your procedure and computer-generated surgical guides for placing the implants.

Below are some ways we can use implants to restore your smile and bite:

  • Single Implant-Crown Combination – An implant topped with a dental crown will replace a single missing tooth.
  • Implant-Supported Bridge – This bridge anchors to at least two implants to replace several missing teeth in a row. Unlike a traditional bridge, you won’t have to worry about bone loss in your jaw.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – Your dentures won’t slip or pop out of place because we’ll secure them with snaps and balls. You can remove them for cleaning.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – Our most comfortable dentures transfer the forces of biting and chewing directly to your jawbone. These teeth stay fixed in place. You keep them clean with simple brushing and flossing.
  • All-on-4® Dental Implants – With just four precisely placed implants, we can secure a full arch of fixed teeth. An oral surgeon will place the implants, and you’ll receive your replacement teeth at our office.
  • Mini Dental Implants – Minis can be a great option if you’ve lost bone mass in your jaw. They also heal quicker than standard implants.
  • Full-Mouth Reconstruction – Your dentist will create a personalized plan to replace all your missing teeth.

Call Moss Family Dentistry today at 540-732-7374 to schedule your consultation. Enjoy having a full mouth of teeth again! You can also request an appointment online.

Common Questions About Dental Implants
What are dental implants?

Dental implants are small titanium posts that your dentist places in your jaw to act as artificial teeth roots. They are an ideal way to replace missing teeth because the implant fuses with your jawbone to form a base for new teeth. Implants also help keep your jawbone healthy by stimulating the growth of new bone.

Are dental implants painful?

Our patients usually experience only mild discomfort after getting their new implants. Your dentist will use local anesthesia to ensure your mouth is numb and you don’t feel any pain. Plus, we offer sedation to help you relax and eliminate any dental anxiety you may experience.

Can dental implants be removed?

Technically, dental implants can be removed, although it is unlikely you would ever need to have that done. Once your implants have been placed in your jawbone, they completely bond with it and can last for decades, if not the rest of your life. Your replacement teeth that are anchored to your implants have an average life span of five to 10 years.