Meet Newton: Dental Implant Surgery (2:53)
Newton decided to visit an oral and maxillofacial surgeon when his tooth pain wouldn’t go away. Watch his story about undergoing dental implant surgery.
Meet Newton: Why He Chose a Dental Implant (2:18)
The tooth pain wasn’t going away for Newton, and he knew he needed to see a specialist to get the right treatment. Watch as Newton explains why a dental implant was the correct choice for him.
Meet Newton: A Dental Implant Was the Right Solution for Him (:57)
Newton was having problems with one of his molars and was in a lot of pain after a failed root canal. Learn how he decided a dental implant was the right solution for him.
Does Insurance Cover Dental Implants? | AAOMS
Your dental insurance – or even your medical insurance – may partially cover the cost of dental implants. An oral and maxillofacial surgeon (OMS) can provide greater details.
Are Dental Implants Permanent? | Long-Term Dental Health Solutions | AAOMS
Dental implants are a permanent solution to missing teeth for the majority of patients, but dental implants can fail. Learn about the longevity of dental implants and some potential causes for implant failure.
Are Dental Implants Safe? | Pros and Cons of Dental Implants | AAOMS
Are dental implants safe? As with any surgery, there are risks involved, but dental implants offer a safe, long-term solution to missing or damaged teeth.
Full-Mouth Dental Implants | Long-Lasting Alternatives to Dentures | AAOMS
Full-mouth dental implants use multiple titanium implants to provide the foundation for a full set of replacement teeth, offering a long-lasting solution to missing or damaged teeth.
How Much Are Dental Implants? | Dental Implants Cost | AAOMS
The cost of dental implants can vary greatly depending on which and how many teeth are being replaced. A single dental implant can start as low as $1,500 and, when properly cared for, can last a lifetime.
Dental Implant Surgery | Benefits of Dental Implants | AAOMS
Dental implants offer a potentially permanent solution to missing teeth without the damage of a bridge or the day-to-day frustrations of dentures.
Dental Implants vs. Bridges (:15)
Dental bridges can weaken surrounding teeth and may have to be replaced every 7-15 years. Learn more about dental implants, the long-term solution to missing teeth.…
Dental Implants: Find Your OMS (:30)
One in four will lose all their teeth by the age of 70. Learn about the long-term solution of dental implants and see why you should find an OMS today. Visit MyOMS.org.
Dental Implants vs. Dentures (:15)
Dentures can add pressure to your jaw and result in bone loss and pain. Learn about dental implants, the long-term solution to missing teeth at MyOMS.org.