Tooth loss compromises the health, comfort, and function of your smile, and it can also make you feel self-conscious about your appearance.
Dr. Amy Creech-Gionis offers state-of-the-art dental implant treatment to restore missing teeth and improve your oral health.
Why do patients of our Carrollwood and Westchase, FL, practice love their dental implants?
What Are Dental Implants?
Tampa Dental Wellness Offers Top-of-the-Line Restorative Dentistry Why Settle for Less?
While most dentists refer their implant patients to outside specialists, Dr. Creech-Gionis is a specialist herself. Having undergone additional training in implantology and I.V. sedation, she is able to perform every step of your treatment, ensuring your results are up to our high standards.
Don't settle for anything less than expert care. Schedule a consultation with Tampa Dental Wellness at one of our conveniently located offices in Westchase or Carrollwood, FL. You can request an appointment online or simply give us a call at:
Replace Teeth with Dental Implants
How Patients Describe Their Experience
Everyone was friendly, caring, and helped me to calm my nerves . My dentist Dr. Leal took her time and explained the implant process. She has pretty voice and her singing calmed me down. I had a great experience and everyone provided excellent customer services.View On Google
Originally scheduled my appointment for the nearest open availability which was a ways out; however, Sabra got me in 2 weeks early!! Everyone was super, super friendly & nice! Michelle was AMAZING and my teeth feel great : )View On Google
More Reasons to Choose Dental Implants
Improve Your Oral Health
A missing tooth can disrupt the positions of adjacent teeth, upsetting your alignment, destabilizing your bite, and increasing your risk of temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder. Implants can prevent these painful side effects.
Maintain a Youthful Appearance
Losing teeth can also permanently change your facial appearance. When tooth roots are no longer present, the jawbone begins to shrink, leading to hollowed cheeks, sunken lips, and wrinkles around the mouth. Because dental implants replace tooth roots, you will be able to retain your bone structure and a more youthful facial appearance.
Eat a Better Diet
Even the loss of one tooth can alter the way you bite and chew your food, potentially leading to changes in your diet. Because implants are fixed in the jawbone, you will be able to confidently chew all the fibrous, nutritious foods that pose a challenge with traditional dentures.
Experience Unbeatable Convenience
Traditional dentures and bridges are removable and require additional daily maintenance. With implants, you do not have to worry about cleaning your restorations after meals, soaking them overnight, or using messy dental adhesives. You simply care for implants like you would your natural teeth.
How Are Dental Implants Different?
"They are patient, gentle and know what they are doing! Highly recommend this dental office to all people who need dental work done whether it’s minor or major! Very affordable by the way." Derrick Roe
Dental Implant Timeline
Dental implants require a few different procedures over the course of several months. While the timeline may seem long compared to other restorative options, the life-long benefits are well worth the wait. Here is what you can expect during treatment at our Westchase and Carrollwood, FL, offices...
Amy Creech-Gionis, DMD, is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.
"There is not a more professional or friendly staff than those at this dental practice. As a patient of more than a few years, I have had cleanings, fillings, a crown and more. All problem-free! Certainly cannot say that about other dentists before Dr. Creech-Gionis. Thankful for finding them!" Lynn D.
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Choosing a skilled restorative dentist to place your implants is crucial to ensure quality results. The team at Tampa Dental Wellness is highly successful with implant procedures on the first attempt, saving patients the time and expense of revision surgery that may be necessary with less-experienced providers. With over 24 years in practice, Dr. Creech-Gionis has the experience and aesthetic eye needed to provide durable and natural-looking results with dental implants.
Don't suffer any longer with missing teeth or uncomfortable prosthetics. Schedule an appointment today at our Westchase or Carrollwood, FL, offices. You can request a consultation online or give us a call at:
Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants
At Tampa Dental Wellness, the cost of dental implants can vary significantly from case to case. The cost of treatment will depend on a number of factors, including...
The Number of Implants
The cost of your treatment will depend heavily on the extent of your tooth loss. Replacing one missing tooth with a single implant and crown will cost much less than replacing all of your teeth with a full set of implant-supported dentures.
Some patients may require bone grafting to restore the density of the jaw prior to implant treatment. In other cases, sinus augmentation surgery may be needed before a patient can be eligible for dental implants. Preparatory work will increase the total cost of treatment.
Sedation is recommended for implant procedures to make the visit easy and comfortable. The level of sedation or anesthesia you desire for your procedure will affect the overall cost of treatment. We offer all forms of sedation dentistry, including nitrous oxide, oral conscious sedation, and intravenous (IV) sedation.
Invest in Yourself with Dental Implants
Not only are dental implants the most comfortable and natural-feeling form of tooth replacement, but they are also the most permanent. In most cases, implants last a lifetime, and the implant-supported prosthetics are good for well over a decade. Therefore, while dental implants cost more up-front than traditional dentures, the longevity of implants can make them the smarter financial investment.
But more importantly, implants are truly life-changing, simplifying your daily routine, increasing your self-confidence, and promoting a more enjoyable quality of life. Consider implants not only an investment in your oral health, but also an investment in yourself.