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Step 2 - Assessment
Measure twice, cut once. We’ll meticulously assess your mouth & plan out your surgery.
Step 3 - Temporaries
It’s the big day! You’ll come in to receive your implant(s) and temporary crowns.
Step 4 - Recovery
Good things take time. Your implants will take 2-3 months to fully integrate into your jaw.
Step 5 - Final Fitting
Temporary out, permanent in. Lastly, we’ll fit you with your strong, beautiful new crowns.
Why Choose Us?
Because we see the big picture
Life isn’t complete with an incomplete smile.
We think about that every time we place dental implants. For us, it’s not just about safely and reliably performing a dental procedure - it’s about helping you get back the quality of life you’ve been missing out on.
With same-day crowns, you feel confident sooner. With advanced techniques like platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) therapy, you heal more quickly. And with flexible payment options, you even have more payment flexibility.
So it’s not just the medical stuff - it’s the big picture of everything you need to have an amazing smile again.
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Dental Implants FAQs
What would you like to know?
What’s the difference between a dental implant and a dental crown?
While a lot of people refer to a dental implant as a full replacement tooth, it’s technically just the part that fits into your jaw. The dental crown is the tooth part that attaches to the top of the dental implant.
How much do dental implants cost in Port Coquitlam?
The short answer: in most cases, it’s around $3000 per tooth for everything. The more nuanced answer is that pricing varies a lot because every patient is different and may need different preparatory procedures or implant materials to achieve a good result.
What’s the cheapest way to get dental implants?
Everyone loves a good deal, but sometimes the saying “you get what you pay for” is true. Instead of compromising your smile by chasing the lowest price, financing can help make quality dental implants more accessible if you’re on a budget.
Can dental implants replace several or all of my teeth?
Yes, dental implants can be used to replace individual teeth, or provide a stronger, more secure fit when using a denture-like solution.
Do I still need to brush my dental implants?
Yes - please do! By properly caring for your implants with flossing, brushing, and regular dental checkups, they’ll last for much longer.
Make your smile whole again with dental implants that feel natural, look amazing, and last a lifetime.