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Dental Implants in Tampa, FL

Join the 3 Million Americans Who Have Found Freedom With Dental Implants*

Dr. Sarah Jockin has placed more than 2,000 dental implants and is a recognized authority in the field of implant treatment. In our exclusive video, she discusses why dental implants are the true tooth replacement option.

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I love providing my patients with dental implants and helping them overcome their anxiety. Many tell me they wish they had done this years ago

Dr. Sarah Jockin

Why Struggle With the Downfalls and Risks of Missing Teeth?

Having one or more missing teeth is a problem faced by approximately 178 million people in the United States. While common, many are fearful of replacement procedures and settle for uncomfortable, temporary options, instead of choosing more durable and healthier solutions.

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Why Struggle With the Downfalls and Risks of Missing Teeth?

Dental implants have a 98 percent success rate, and in most cases, are the best choice for tooth replacement. Dental implants provide:

  • Stability
  • Improved comfort
  • Health benefits, such as preservation of the jawbone
  • Permanence
  • Improved speech and appearance
  • Increased confidence
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The Facts About Dental Implants

  • Will it Hurt? Some discomfort is common the day of surgery, and some patients experience minor soreness the next day, but many of our patients are surprised at how comfortable the procedure is and how soon they recovered.
  • How Long Does it Take? It depends on each individual and the state of their tooth and oral health. It could be as quick as two weeks, or they could require additional treatments spanning over a period of a few months.
  • Do Implants Last Forever? Like natural teeth, dental implants require proper care. With excellent home care and regular dental visits, your implants could last a lifetime.
  • Will I be Able to Eat? Yes! Dental implants are strong and are meant to mimic your natural teeth. A soft diet may be prescribed during the initial healing period.