Missing teeth can damage your appearance and your oral health.
River Valley Advanced Dental & Implant Center can replace missing teeth with dental implants to restore your smile and preserve bone tissue.
Prosthodontist David Casagrande can renew your smile with implants at our offices in Billings, MT, and Boise, ID.
Don't Wait and Risk Your Oral Health Call our Billings or Boise dental office today!
Even a single missing tooth can cause your jawbone to begin to deteriorate, leading to sunken facial tissues as well as other oral health concerns. If you have remaining natural teeth, you could be at risk of further tooth loss.
Don't wait and put yourself at risk for further dental health problems. At River Valley Advanced Dental & Implant Center, our entire team is here to help you. Dr. David Casagrande has been in practice since 1982, and stays on top of his education so that his patients can receive the best care possible. Guided by state-of-the-art technology, he precisely places each implant for optimal results. You can rest assured that you will receive high-quality care when you chose our dental practice for your implant and restoration needs.
Call us today or request an initial consultation at our offices in Billings, MT, or Boise, ID.
"On October 21, 2105, I had my new set of (implants) on the tops and the bottoms. I haven't stopped smiling since. The other day we ran into another setback (leave it to me to be the first), and as always Dr. Dave and the staff was behind me 100% to make it right. I've never once looked back. Thank you for everything" Charlotte G.
What Are Dental Implants?
Why Choose Dental Implants Over Traditional Prosthetics?
A Lifelong InvestmentWith the proper dental care, implants can last 40 years or longer. Your restoration may need to be replaced occasionally, but the titanium implant themselves can provide a lifetime of benefits.
Retain Your Jawbone
Losing teeth causes the jawbone to atrophy, giving your face a sunken appearance. Implants prevent jawbone atrophy by stimulating bone growth in the jaw.
Traditional prosthetics like dentures can slip out of place when you speak or eat. Prosthetics anchored by implants do not slip out of place. Patients can eat a wide variety of food without worrying about slippage.
The Advantages of Having a Prosthodontist
While general dentists are good at replacing a missing tooth, they may not have a wide range of restorative treatments. A prosthodontist is a dentist who specializes in prostheses and working with missing teeth.
As a prosthodontist, Dr. Casagrande has significant experience fitting crowns, bridges, dentures, implants, and other restorative solutions. Using high-quality materials and the latest technology, Dr. Casagrande can deliver a prosthetic that will blend in with your natural teeth and enhance your smile.
Contact Our Dental Practice Today To Restore Your Smile
A missing tooth can cause embarrassment, as well as difficulty chewing and speaking. While traditional prosthetics will fill in the gaps in your teeth, they lack the strong functionality that comes with dental implants.
As a specialist in prosthodontics, Dr. Casagrande will create a comfortable implant-supported restoration that is secure and matches your natural tooth. The titanium posts provide a lifetime of benefits, eliminating the need for bone grafts and other dentistry treatments.
Contact our Billings, MT, or Boise, ID, dental office today through our website or call:
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Bone-Saving Benefits of Dental Implants
Though stability of your restoration is important, the bone-saving benefits of dental implants are quite possibly one of the most important advantages. When your jawbone loses the stimulation your tooth root once provided, it begins to deteriorate. If left untreated, you could require bone grafting later.
For those who already suffer from bone loss, bone grafting may be required before you can proceed with traditional dental implants. However, some patients may benefit from All-on-4® dental implants, which use four implants placed at strategic angles to maximize the remaining bone structure and stop further atrophy.
Do You Have Significant Tooth Loss? Consider All-On-4® Dental Implants
Why Patients Prefer All-on-4
Placing an implant requires separate surgeries to place the titanium implant and the abutment. Each phase requires its own healing period. All-on-4 dentures are secured by four titanium implants, negating the need for multiple healing periods. After surgery at our Billings, MT, or Boise, ID, dentistry office, patients leave with a full arch of functional teeth.
All-on-4 holds your denture in place, giving you better stability when eating and speaking. While traditional dentures can be slippery and reposition unexpectedly, All-on-4 functions similarly to your natural teeth.
No Need for Preparation
Placing titanium posts requires patients have a specific minimum of tissue in their jawbone. With All-on-4 dentures, patients with low jawbone density can get a new set of teeth without having to undergo a bone grafting procedure.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
The Dental Implant Procedure What to Expect at Our Billings, MT, Dental Office
"River Vally Advanced Dental & Implant Center also has a location in Boise, ID"
The process of placing implants and attaching prosthetics takes several months. Before the final crown, bridge or denture is applied, patients typically receive a temporary restoration. While this treatment takes longer to complete than traditional options, implant-supported prosthetics are the closest alternative to natural teeth.
Visit One of Our Two Locations
In addition to having a dentist's office in Billings, MT, Dr. Casagrande has an office in downtown Boise, ID. Patients who have missing teeth or are in need of a tooth extraction are encouraged to contact either location to learn what Dr. Casagrande can do for their smile.
Both our Boise and Billings dentist's offices are open 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m Monday through Thursday. You can request a consultation directly on our website or call:
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My experiences with Dr. Casagrande have been wonderful. Him and his staff run a very organized and professional practice. They do a great job keeping the patients comfortable and happy. I am very satisfied with my dental services.
It is nice having a dental office that explains everything to you. Whether it be regarding billing and insurance, or the actual procedures, I am always informed. You know what you are paying for and why with Dr. Casagrande.
Is Dental Implant Surgery Painful?
All surgeries come with some level of discomfort and a healing period. Pain during dental implant surgery can be greatly minimized with general anesthesia and IV sedation.
If the thought of oral surgery causes dental anxiety, sedation can keep you unconscious while Dr. Casagrande places your implants. The risks involving anesthesia are very small and our team is specially trained to address any complications that may arise.
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Affordable Financing Available
Dental implants are an investment, and we understand that costs can make treatment seem daunting. We do not want financial barriers to prevent patients from receiving this beneficial treatment. Our Billings and Boise dental practices accept CareCredit® and Lending Club®, which allow patients to finance their treatment, breaking it up into more affordable payments.
I Am Missing Most or All of My Teeth Aren't Traditional Dentures Cheaper?
Initially, yes. However, over time, your jawbone will begin to lose density, giving your face a sunken look. This may also mean you require bone grafting later. While dental implants are a big initial investment, your implants will provide a lifetime of oral health benefits and strong support for your smile.