Zygomatic Dental Implants
What Are Zygomatic Dental Implants?
You may be a candidate for this alternative dental implant if you:
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Dental Implants for Patients with Bone Loss
See why patients choose zygomatic dental implants in Kirkland, WA.
Speed up your treatment time
With zygomatic implants, you can avoid bone grafting! Instead of placing the implant in your jaw bone (where bone deterioration has taken place), Dr. Keller places your implant in your cheekbone, which is dense and provides excellent support.
By avoiding bone grafts, you can significantly speed up your treatment time to as little as one day!
Eliminate denture problems
As time goes on, you are more likely to experience denture problems – slippage, discomfort, looseness, signs of aging, etc. – due to bone loss. That is, until now!
With zygomatic implants, you can replace your upper dentures with a brand new arch of teeth. Your new teeth will be permanently placed and custom-designed to look and feel like you were born with them. This process uses Dr. Keller’s Opens new tab to Same Day New Smile™ website Same Day New Smile™ technique.
Get new teeth in one day
Dr. Keller’s other website that discusses his invention Same Day New Smile. Opens in a new window.Same Day New Smile™ is one of Dr. Keller’s famous inventions. Instead of replacing each missing or failing tooth with an individual implant, Dr. Keller places a full arch of teeth using a minimal number of implants (often only four).
Dr. Keller has designed this technique to encompass both traditional and zygomatic dental implants. So even if you have been told you are “not a dental implants candidate,” you can successfully restore your smile at our dental office in Kirkland, WA.
This technique is similar to All-On-4 implants, however, Dr. Keller performs the entire procedure and places your teeth in ONE DAY! You won’t go another day without your smile.
How is this possible? Opens new tab to Dr. Keller’s Same Day New Smile™ websiteClick here to discover how our Kirkland dentist is changing dentistry!
I have had all of my teeth replaced with two bridges consisting of 4 implants per bridge. At first, I was a little skeptical, but my apprehensions were quickly overcome by the professional staff and the answering of all my questions and concerns. All in all, I couldn't be happier with my new set of teeth. I even traveled over 300 miles to get to Dr. Keller's office. It was well worth the trip.
- Steven, Actual Patient
WORLD-CLASS IMPLANT DENTISTRY
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What Can You Expect?
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FAQs About Zygomatic Dental Implants
Answers from our top restorative dentist in Kirkland, WA.
- Do zygomatic implants hurt? No! Before starting your dental implant surgery, we will use our “Wand” computer-aided anesthesia. This will ensure you are numb and comfortable throughout your visit, and most patients don’t even notice it.
We often hear patients say getting a tooth extracted is more painful than a dental implant operation.
The days following your procedure, you may feel some temporary tenderness. This can usually be treated with over-the-counter medication. If you are ever unsure about your symptoms, give us a call, and we will gladly help you: 425-558-1515.
- How long do zygomatic implants last? Zygomatic dental implants have a high success rate. Opens new tab to the article One study concluded the cumulative survival rate of zygoma implants is 96% after 12 years.
With proper care, your dental implants may last a lifetime.
- How much do zygomatic implants cost? The cost of zygomatic dental implants depends on the complexity of your case. The average cost of zygomatic implants is higher than conventional dental implants. However:
Our office is proud to offer you a variety of financial solutions to help you invest in yourself, your health, and your future. Click here to view our payment options.
To find out exactly how much your treatment will cost you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Keller today.