9924 Highway 311 S., Archdale, NC 27263

Dental Implants in Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants have become a major advancement in replacing missing teeth, protecting oral health, and enhancing smiles. Advanced implant technology delivers the closest resemblance to one of your own natural teeth.

An implant is made of a titanium fixture, abutment, and crown. The fixture acts as a tooth root and goes through a process called osseointegration which allows the titanium to integrate with your jawbone, adding maximum durability and support for your restoration.

After the gums have healed after placing the implant, the natural-looking, restoration will be attached to the abutment and blend seamlessly with your smile. You’ll be able to eat, speak, and smile with confidence again without worrying about your teeth.

 This video shows you how a dental implant substitutes the root structure of a missing rear tooth, along with the placement of a special healing cap to promote the best result for the final tooth replacement.

Our Dental Implant Solutions

At Triad Cosmetic Dentistry, we want our patients to fully understand all their options when seeking restorative treatment. Explore our different dental implant solutions and see which treatment sounds most fitting for you.

Denture Implants

Have you been living with traditional dentures and can’t quite keep them snug in your mouth while you eat or speak? Implant-retained dentures have become a major advancement in tooth replacement options as they can replace a complete upper and lower jaw. Learn more about this durable solution and how it can improve the comfort of your dentures. 

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Immediate Load Implants

Are you looking to restore your smile in just one day with dental implants? Immediate load implants allow Drs. Keith and Dan Macdonald and Dr. Whaley to place an implant and temporary restoration all in one day. There’s no need to wait for weeks or even months for it to heal. See if you qualify by scheduling a consultation. 

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Permanent Bridge

A full-arch implant bridge is a great option for patients who are missing multiple teeth close together, but still obtain healthy teeth on both sides of the gap. That way two implants can be placed with the support of your natural teeth. 

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Mini Dental Implants

Just as its name implies, mini dental implants are just a smaller version of traditional implants. However, with mini dental implants, not as much bone is needed to be successful. It’s a great option for patients who have suffered greater bone resorption and don’t qualify for a regular-sized implant. 

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Preliminary Treatments

Sometimes, not every patient who wants to restore their smile with dental implants can automatically undergo the treatment process. A supplemental procedure can help patients regain their oral health and prepare them for a successful implant.

At Triad Cosmetic Dentistry, we want to help anyone who is looking to invest in dental implants to be able to receive them. We offer bone grafting and tooth extraction with immediate replacement to improve our patients’ health.

Extraction Immediate Replacement

Teeth that are infected or decayed will need to be removed before they’re able to receive implants. Luckily, we can extract a tooth and place an implant fixture all in the same day with our immediate replacement procedure. 

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Bone Grafting

Bone grafting is a procedure that helps rebuild lost jawbone. When people suffer from tooth loss, their jaw begins to weaken because their tooth root is no longer there to stimulate it. Bone grafts are taken, typically from another part of the patient’s body, and placed in the jawbone so it can regenerate. 

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Choosing an Implant Provider

Here at Triad Cosmetic Dentistry, we achieve a 99.9% success rate on over 700 dental implant placements– which far surpasses the industry standard of 95%. We continue to restore smiles with our attractive, long-lasting, comfortable dental implant solutions are we’re always eager to work with patients to cater to their individual goals.

With a dedicated team, we continue to prove to our patients in Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, and surrounding areas that we deliver unmatchable results.

Dr. Keith Macdonald is an active member of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI), the world’s largest provider of continuing dental implant education. Our patients trust his work and know when they need to restore their smile, that he’s the one to see.

Dr. Daniel has also received a Fellowship at the Triangle Dental Institute for Implant Dentistry where he a completed over 200 hours of implant training. He also loves to travel to learn from new techniques and tips about implantology from dentists around the world.

Our combined skills, knowledge, and commitment shines through in our work, which is why many patients visit Triad for their restorative treatment.

Frequently Asked Questions

When receiving dental implants, you may experience very minimal discomfort during the procedure. Luckily, Dr. MacDonald uses state-of-the-art technology, like our guided dental implant surgery, that reduces your time in the dentist chair, eliminates error, and provides you with a quicker recovery period.

Known as the most durable tooth replacement option and the only restoration that helps protect the jawbone from further bone loss, dental implants offer a plethora of benefits. As they blend perfectly with your natural teeth and allow you to eat and speak with ease, you’ll be eager to shine your smile in no time.

Depending on how many implants you need and the condition of your mouth, the entire process can take anywhere from three-to-nine months. Dr. MacDonald can complete each patient’s procedure entirely at our Archdale dental office within a series of appointments.

The overall cost of a dental implant procedure varies from patient to patient depending on the number of implants needed, any supplementary procedures required, and how much their insurance will cover.

If you have good oral health, you’ll be able to receive dental implants right away. However, if you’ve lost any bone or have advanced periodontitis, we’ll have to rehabilitate the health of your mouth prior to inserted implants.