Dental Implants Salt Lake City
Our experienced dental implant surgeons provide help you regain a healthy, confident smile. With dental implant centers conveniently located in and around Salt Lake City, you are never far from the professional oral surgeons who can help you with your oral health needs. Fill out our “Contact Us” form or give us a call and we’ll help make your smile as beautiful as ever.
Dental Implant Services
Aspire Surgical provides complete dental implant procedures to Salt Lake City and greater Utah. From our 7 dental implant centers, you have access to the latest technology and techniques from board-certified doctors.
All-On- 4 (Teeth in a Day)
All-On-4 to quickly and effectively restore your smile with implant-supported dentures in just one appointment at one of our Salt Lake City centers. more on All-On-4 Implants.
Implant-Supported Dentures provides you with a stable replacement for your missing teeth and restores your confident, beautiful smile. The first step in anchoring your denture with dental implants is the placement of the implants. The dental implants, which are similar in appearance to screws, are surgically inserted into the jawbone in order to securely anchor your denture. More on Denture Implants.
Single- Tooth Dental Implants
Dental implants provide permanent, stable tooth replacements. Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth or several missing teeth. More on Single-Tooth Dental Implants.
Bone Grafts for Implants
You may need a bone graft if your bone density is insufficient to support a dental implant or another type of treatment. While bone grafts are most commonly needed for implant dentistry, they may also be required for certain types of periodontal therapy when the bone has been lost due to gum disease. more on Bone Grafts.
Cost for Dental Implants in Salt Lake City
The price for dental implants is based on the unique circumstances of the patient. When you meet with our board-certified dental implant surgeons, they can provide you with the procedures need for your situation and the cost for the implant.
While dental implants can cost quite a bit more than dentures or other tooth replacements in the short term, they can be more cost-effective in the long-term. Dental implants are more stable, relatively permanent repairs for your smile. Other, non-implant methods must be revisited, wear out and may need replacement every few years. These additional requirements come with more expenses that can quickly add up.
When you visit our practice, be sure to ask about available financing for your dental implant procedure.