Single Tooth Implant

Missing a tooth and want to regain your confidence? We’ve got you.

Single tooth implants designed specifically for your mouth.

At EON Clinics, we make it easy for you to get a replacement tooth so you can get back to living confidently. While there are several options for restoring a single tooth, a dental implant is the only tooth replacement option that does not compromise the health of your adjacent teeth. It’s the most natural way to fill a gap in your smile and preserve the structure of your remaining teeth.

A typical process for a single tooth.6 Month Average

Healing times vary based on individual factors. From start to finish, the total estimated treatment time for a single tooth implant is 6 months. If extraction and/or bone grafting are needed, it may take an additional 4-6 months.

Your Free ConsultationReceive a free 3-D CT scan and meet with a doctor to learn about the best treatment options for your mouth. We’ll walk you through the entire process, provide your exact cost, and review payment plans.

Pre-Procedure ExamWe’ll gather all the necessary records to custom craft your new teeth. Our care team will put your mind at ease by answering all your questions.

Dental Implant ProcedureYour prosthodontist and oral surgeon will ensure your comfort as they safely place the dental implants. We can provide a temporary retainer for missing teeth in the smile line. After the procedure, your jaw will heal as we custom design your permanent teeth.

Lab Tech Engineers Your Custom TeethOur skilled lab techs craft your permanent teeth using the latest dental technology at our in-house lab. Working closely with your prosthodontist, our lab techs can design and deliver your prosthesis quickly and efficiently.

Post-Procedure CheckupsAs your jaw heals, we’ll ensure you are healing well and check the bite at these appointments. We’ll begin to craft your permanent bridge and it will match the shape, size, and shade of your natural teeth.

New Permanent TeethIt’s the big day! You’ll receive your permanent smile and complete the transformation you’ve been dreaming of. Get back out there and enjoy life again!

My follow-up appointments were the same with the staff—most helpful and courteous. I am so pleased at my new appearance and have recommended EON Clinics to many people.

– Barbara S, EON Clinics Patient

Single Tooth Implant

A single tooth implant is a great solution for replacing a damaged or missing tooth. It will be designed to look like your existing teeth.

Assemble Implant

Our dental implants are built to last.

Our doctors only use the highest quality, medical-grade dental implants to restore your teeth. Made of titanium, these dental implants are biocompatible and do not cause harm to living tissue. Instead, your jaw bone will naturally fuse to your new implant and it will actually become a part of you.

The result? A strong, sturdy base that can last a lifetime and support your custom-crafted smile.

ImplantsAn implant is a screw-like post that creates a stable base for your new teeth. The implant is permanently attached to the jaw bone.

AbutmentsThe abutment will not be visible in your mouth, but functions as a connector piece that secures your new tooth to the titanium implant.

Custom CrownThis is the new replacement tooth that will be visible when you smile. Your tooth will be custom-made to seamlessly match your remaining teeth.

Single Tooth Implants

With no money down and zero and low-interest payment plans, dental implants are surprisingly affordable.


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Why is a dental implant the best solution for replacing multiple missing teeth?

Multi-tooth implants are undeniably the best solution for replacing missing teeth. By placing an implant based bridge, it does the following: it prevents bone loss, it prevents adjacent teeth from shifting and just as important, unlike other types of conventional treatment the implant based bridge does not compromise adjacent teeth due to the process of crowing and bridging them.

How is the dental implant procedure performed?

Many patients are fearful of the process at first, but we assure you, it’s quick and relatively painless! Patients are put out under general anesthesia. Your doctor will surgically insert a dental implant into your jawbone. Four implants are inserted to support a full arch of teeth. Meanwhile, your temporary teeth are crafted at our onsite lab. These temporary teeth are then attached to the implants with connectors or abutments. You’ll leave the day of your surgery with a set of temporary teeth that look natural. Once your jaw has healed in about 6 months, we’ll replace your temporary teeth with a permanent bridge that looks, feels, and functions just like real teeth! This final appointment takes less than an hour and does not require surgery. At this point, you’ll be able to eat anything you’d like!

How long does a dental implant procedure take?

Procedure Timeline for All-on-4 Full Jaw:

From start to finish, the entire dental implant process for an All-on-4 full jaw takes about 8 months. Most of that time is spent allowing the jaw bone to fuse to the implants while wearing your temporary teeth. Like any surgery, your healing period may be shorter or longer based on individual healing factors.

How much are dental implants?

Dental implant costs vary depending on the condition of your mouth and the type of work that needs to be done. That being said, here is the average cost of a single dental implants at an all-in-one center is about $4,500, depending on your specific needs.

It is certainly an investment, but you’ll reap the benefits every single day. With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last a lifetime. EON Clinics also offers affordable payment plans with zero to low interest for those who qualify.

What is included on the cost of dental implants?

Your quote will include everything to get you from where you are now to the placement of the final crown on your implant. All necessary hardware procedural and follow up visits are included in your price quotation – even if you require more visits or additional hardware.

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