Dental Implants


Dental Implants


Includes implant, abutment, and crown. (A $6,000 value!)
Offer Expires April 30th, 2024


Are you looking for a permanent tooth replacement solution? Dental implants are a great option to replace a missing tooth that feels like a real one. These new teeth can quickly become a permanent part of you smile.


Are you missing one or more of your teeth? If you are considering dental implants in Toronto, we can help you determine if you are a good candidate. We also offer many common preparatory procedures such as bone grafting and sinus lifts to help improve your chances of dental implant success. Dental implants can offer benefits like:

  • Durable, long lasting wear
  • Regeneration of bone density
  • Easier eating and speaking (less denture slippage)
  • Can look and feel more like natural teeth than other restorations

The best candidate for dental implants is in good oral and overall health and has adequate bone density in the jaw.

Regular brushing, flossing, and preventive checkups allow some people to maintain their natural smiles for a lifetime. However, sometimes our teeth just can’t keep up with our busy lifestyles! If you’ve lost a tooth (or teeth) due to injury or decay, dental implants could be the right solution to help repair your oral health and rejuvenate your smile.


Dental implants are natural-looking, permanent tooth replacements. Their parts include a "root," an abutment, and a crown. Titanium posts implanted in your jaw serve as replacement “tooth roots”, providing anchors for your new tooth, bridge or denture. Each post is topped with an abutment that supports a dental crown, providing a stable chewing surface and restoring the appearance of the missing tooth.

In cases of tooth loss, your jaw tends to lose bone mass over time. Dental implants also offer the added benefit of stimulating new jaw bone growth. The biocompatible titanium composition of the implant post allows it to fuse with the jaw in a process called osseointegration, becoming a naturalized part of your oral anatomy.

Dental implants can be used as singular tooth replacements, or multiple implants can be placed to support a fixed, permanent prosthesis such as a bridge or denture. Known as overdentures, implant-retained dentures or hybrid dentures, many patients find fixed denture options more lifestyle friendly than conventional dentures. Because the denture is anchored to the implants, it slips and slides less, causing the wearer less preoccupation.

Image of the parts of a dental implant.


3-d image of how dental implants fit in the mouth between natural teeth. Dental implants are the standard of care for modern tooth replacement. Not only do implants function as independent teeth, but they also have the potential to last for life.

Each implant is made of an artificial titanium root. The titanium promotes new bone growth, allowing the jaw to fuse around the implant, as if it were a real tooth. After this process of “osseointegration” occurs, the implant can withstand a significant amount of weight – more than a natural tooth. This allows us to place a variety of restorations over your implant, including options like:


Replacing an independent tooth with a single implant and porcelain crown will give you the function and appearance of a new tooth. The independent tooth is easy to care for – just brush and floss it as normal!


Are you missing several teeth? An implant supported bridge can allow you to replace up to 3 or 4 teeth at one time – which is 2 to 3 teeth more than a conventional dental bridge.


I'mage of a dental implant post between two natural teeth that is the heart of the new tooth. For a secure denture that fits great all day long, our overdenture option is an excellent choice. Overdentures increase your comfort and ability to enjoy everyday food and conversation with confidence.

If you are looking for a fixed All-on-4 denture, Dr. Jones will coordinate care with a local surgeon for the precise placement of the implants, prior to her delivering the fixed appliance. Otherwise, all implants are placed directly by Dr. Jones herself, right here in our Falls Church dental office.


The simple answer to how much dental implants cost is this: it depends. Just like any surgery, there are numerous factors that can influence the cost of dental implants. We can provide you an accurate estimate after a consultation. Considerations include:

  • The quality, amount, and location of bone. If you require bone grafting, the total costs associated with your implants will be higher.
  • The number of teeth that need to be replaced and the type of dental implant that will be used.
  • Dental insurance. Some insurances cover only parts of implant treatment, or have a waiting period for eligibility.

If you're concerned about the cost of dental implants, call our Falls Church, VA dental practice to schedule a consultation. We'll take the time to determine whether you're a good candidate for implants, and discuss all of your financial options with you.

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