Dental implants near Plantation and Fort Lauderdale (video) (photos)
We have pioneered dental implant placement with advanced minimal invasive laser techniques for fast recovery in certain clinical cases. In addition, we specialize in sedation and provide an anxiety-free visit with twilight sedation and general anesthesia. We take all major dental insurance and offer payment plan options for your convenience.
We can give you a radiant new smile in one day! We help people in Plantation and Fort Lauradale area look younger and get their smiles back. Patients are rediscovering the comfort and confidence to eat, speak, laugh, and enjoy life again. Patients come to us from Broward County and other cities in South Florida all in search of that perfect smile through dental implants.
Laser and sedation dentistry is what we do. Our specialty in laser implant techniques allows us to save and repair failing implants
You may look younger and feel healthier with dental implants. The procedure is a small titanium post that is placed into the jawbone where teeth are missing. The bone bonds with the titanium implant, creating a strong foundation for artificial teeth. In addition, they can help preserve facial structure, preventing the bone deterioration that occurs when teeth are missing.
Dr. Max Arocha enjoys very much helping patients get a single tooth and several teeth replaced by dental implants. He spends several hours every week replying to emails, answering phone calls, reviewing x-rays received in the mail, performing free exams, and countless complimentary dental implant consultation services.
Our experienced and trained dentist helps patients who have lost a tooth or teeth due to periodontal disease, an injury, or some other reason. Our office is serving the city of Plantation, Pompano Beach, and the Fort Lauderdale area with the placement of dental implants. Dental implants are designed to provide a foundation for replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like natural teeth. The person who has lost teeth regains the ability to eat virtually anything and smile with confidence, knowing that teeth appear natural and that facial contours will be preserved in most cases.
While high-tech in nature, implants are actually more tooth-saving than traditional bridgework, since they do not rely on neighboring teeth for support.
Periodontal disease causes the bone to be lost; if it’s not caught in time, there’s so little support for the teeth that they have to be removed. A Full Denture replaces all the missing teeth in the upper and lower jaw. When the entire procedure is completed in one day, it’s called an Immediate Denture. A Partial Denture is a removable appliance that replaces multiple missing teeth. It can be attached to the teeth with clasps or it can be attached to the teeth with crowns. An overdenture has some sort of direct connection to dental implants. The connection helps secure the Full Denture into place while overcoming the instability and lack of retention of a common complete denture. This is a good treatment option for an individual who requires a full denture but wants to achieve a more stable and less bulky type of restoration.
You know that your confidence in your teeth affects how you feel about yourself, both personally and professionally. Perhaps you hide your smile because of spaces from missing teeth. Maybe your dentures don't feel secure. Perhaps you have difficulty chewing. If you are missing one or more teeth and would like to smile, speak and eat again with comfort and confidence, there is good news! Our dentist in Plantation has one goal and that is to make you look healthier! Under proper conditions and diligent patient maintenance, they can last a lifetime. Long-term studies continue to show improving success rates.
There is no specialty recognized by the American Dental Association ( ADA) for dental implants in the United States. The surgery may be performed under oral conscious sedation, nitrous oxide sedation, conscious intravenous sedation, or local anesthesia by a trained and certified dentist. These types of surgical procedures are mostly performed under IV sedation or local anesthesia.
How much does a dental implant cost in Plantation and Fort Lauderdale
As of 2023 our dental implant cost in Plantation, FL starts at about $2,000 and includes the implant, the surgery, local anesthesia, and follow-up visits.
- A single implant typically costs starts at $2,000 but can be $2,800 or more if additional procedures like extraction, bone grafts, gum grafts, or a sinus lift are needed. The average cost is $2,750 for the year 2022
- Placing an abutment and a dental crown on a single dental implant typically adds an additional cost. The average cost last year was about $2,000 for implant placement, provisional tooth, healing abutment, permanent crown, and all follow-up visits.
Our certified and licensed implant dentist in Plantation is here to help you. Payment plans are available. We are a preferred provider of all major PPO insurance. Look below for our cost and price.
Dental Implants IV sedation in Plantation and Fort Lauderdale, FL
We are a certified intravenous (IV) sedation provider servicing the city of Plantation, Fort Lauderdale, and Pompano Beach. The most obvious advantage of conscious IV anesthesia is to allow the patient to undergo multiple dental implant procedures, all while being sedated. Our facility is Florida board-certified to provide general anesthesia service. Call today for information about how to sleep through your next dental appointment. In general, these sedated patients for dental implants do not want to remember anything when going to the dentist. At our practice, we help patients undergo years’ worth of dental work all while being sedated, in as little as one visit.
Our focus is to replace anxiety with a peaceful and relaxing dental implant visit. As a Florida board-certified in conscious intravenous (IV) sedation Dr. Max Arocha and his team are committed to providing you with a comfortable dental experience for your dental implant procedure.
We offer Sedation Dentistry for dental work including dental implant placement, teeth removal, oral surgery, etc. IV sedation is available for all implant-related dental treatments.
We are known about conscious Intravenous (IV) Sedation, often referred to as Dental Intravenous (IV) Anesthesia or "Twilight Sedation". This is what sets our office apart from other dental practices; Imagine undergoing years’ worth of dental work all while being sedated. Once you have experienced the great benefits of IV sedation dentistry, you may wonder why you waited so long to make the appointment.
We also performed ALL-ON-4 dental implants known as Teeth-in-A-Day for patients who have failing teeth, bad teeth, broken caps and bridges, missing teeth and don't want dentures. This procedure includes teeth removal, 4 dental implant placement, and same-day delivery of set teeth. The cost of ALL-ON-4 dental implants for teeth-in-a-day over 4 implants.
How much is sedation cost for dental implants
- As of 2023 our plantation office Intravenous (IV) conscious sedation costs about $250 $385.00 per visit .
- Oral Sedation (Pill/tablet) cost about $75.00 per visit
- Inhalants Sedation | Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas) cost between $75.00 - $125.00 per hour
- A "non-IV sedation" taking a cocktail of three sedation pills and Nitrous Oxide cost $265/visit
- General Anesthesia cost about $600/hr (maybe less for longer procedures)
Does insurance cover dental implants?
Some insurance coverage may be between 25% and 75% of the total implant fee. Our Plantation office in the Fort Lauderdale area takes all major PPO insurance plans including Delta Dental, Metlife, Cigna, Guardian, AETNA, Humana, Assurant, United Healthcare, United Concordia, and many more. Because our office is in-network with most dental insurance plans we can maximize your savings for dental implant surgery costs. Let us submit claims to the insurance company on your behalf and provide you with a breakdown of the dental implant treatment cost.
The best way to learn more about your coverage insurance policy is to have Maria Sherman call and speak with your dental insurance company directly. This way we can help you determine the estimated out-of-pocket cost of the implant procedure and assist you with a payment plan if you so wish.
Implants are typically more expensive than bridges, but they more closely simulate the appearance and function of natural teeth. Wondering if your insurance plan covers implants and, if so, what they would cost?
PPO and HMO dental insurance enrollees – Before you begin implant treatment, ask your dentist to obtain call the insurance company directly to obtain an estimated cost. This free service ensures that you know, upfront, what the dental plan pays and the difference for which you will be responsible.
Hundreds of implant surgery procedures, in well over a decade, have been performed by Dr. Max Arocha DMD. Serving the city of Plantation, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, and Deerfield beach
Dental implants before and after (photos)
What do the All-On-4 dental implants for teeth-in-a-day looks like? The four implants are screwed into position while applying controlled forces. B elow is what can you expect after having All-on-4 Implant implants completed with teeth-in-a-day prostheses.