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Dental Implants

Smile Proudly With Realistic Teeth

  • Enjoy teeth that stay put when you talk & chew
  • Relax with dental sedation while we fix your smile
  • Get cozy with pillows, blankets, & dim lighting

Rejuvenate Your Smile With Lawton Dental Implants

At Lopez Dental Associates, you’ll find a great solution to missing teeth: Lawton dental implants. Eating and mealtimes will be a pleasure again, and you’ll feel more confident with a full and beautiful smile. These replacement tooth roots will allow you to:

  • Replace any number of missing teeth
  • Keep teeth in place without messy adhesive
  • Avoid bone loss in your jaw so you look younger and more robust
  • Make better first impressions when mingling and socializing
  • Improve your oral health and total body health

Call Lopez Dental Associates today at 580-246-4488 to schedule a dental implants consultation. Your smile deserves the best treatment it can get! If you’re nervous about visiting the dentist, ask about our sedation options and our comfort amenities that include pillows, blankets, and soothing music.

Change Your Life With Our Skills & Experience in Teeth Implants

The technology behind dental implants has grown by leaps and bounds over the past few decades. Although implants have been around in one form or another for thousands of years, the first modern implants were not used until the 1960s. Today’s teeth implants are usually made from titanium because this metal chemically fuses with your jawbone to form a solid base for replacement teeth.

At Lopez Dental Associates, we use the latest dental technology to plan and perform your dental implant procedure. We’ll begin with digital X-rays and 3-D imaging using a dental cone beam CT scanner. We’ll insert the implants into your jaw with the help of a computer-guided procedure to ensure that everything goes exactly as planned.

We have several ways to use implants to restore your teeth. Options available to you may include:

  • Single Implant With a Crown – An implant-crown combination is an excellent way to replace one missing tooth. It will look completely natural and make your biting and chewing easier.
  • Implant-Supported Bridge – This bridge will replace several missing teeth in a row. It will be anchored to at least two implants.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – These dentures will attach to a set of implants using a system of snaps and balls to make sure they stay firmly in place. You can remove them for cleaning.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – You’ll love our most comfortable style of dentures. These teeth are held in place with a sturdy bar that is attached to implants. This transfers chewing force to your jaw, just like natural teeth. The teeth stay fixed in place. A dentist can remove them if maintenance other than simple brushing and flossing is needed.
  • All-on-4® and All-on-6 Dental Implants – Your dentist can anchor a complete row of teeth in your upper or lower jaw using just four or six implants.
  • Same-Day Smile – Find out if you’re a good candidate for this innovative procedure, which will give you implants and replacement teeth all in the same visit.
  • Full-Mouth Reconstruction – Our team will work with you to develop a comprehensive plan for restoring all your teeth.

Call Lopez Dental Associates today at 580-246-4488 to see if you’re a candidate for dental implants in Lawton. Don’t go through life without a mouth full of beautiful and functional teeth! You can also make an appointment online.

Common Questions About Dental Implants
What are dental implants?

Dental implants are small titanium posts that serve as artificial teeth roots when you’ve lost one or more teeth. We insert them into your jawbone, where they will integrate with your bone and become a sturdy base for replacement teeth. Your dental implant restoration options include crowns, bridges, dentures, and All-on-4® restoration.

Do dental implants hurt?

Having a dental implant placed is not painful because your jaw will be numbed, and you can stay completely relaxed with dental sedation throughout the procedure. Once you go home, you might require pain relievers for a day or two, but most of our patients report only taking over-the-counter medication following their dental implant procedure. Most feel well enough to return to work the day after.

How much do dental implants cost?

The cost of dental implants varies, depending mainly on how many implants you receive. In some cases, you may also need another procedure, like a tooth extraction or bone grafts, to prepare for implants. We’ll discuss the cost with you during the planning stage of your implant procedure so you know exactly what to expect. In addition, financing options can make your care manageable.