Dental Implants in Miami

How can I replace my missing teeth?

If you’re missing one, or several, teeth, and are looking for a low-maintenance, long-lasting solution, dental implants may be the right choice for you. Able to restore the look and function of your smile and bite, dental implants can enhance your overall appearance and oral health. Dental implants from our offices in Miami and Pembroke Pines are made with durable materials that can last a lifetime with the proper care, and are custom-crafted to seamlessly blend in with the rest of your smile.

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Unlike natural teeth, dental implants aren’t at risk for tooth decay.

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How it works: The dental implant placement and restoration process

The Initial Consultation

First, you’ll visit our office to meet with your dentist for a consultation. After a comprehensive exam of your mouth, along with x-rays, your doctor can assess your oral health needs and jaw bone density to determine if you’re a good candidate for implants. Your dentist will discuss their findings with you, and together, you’ll decide if dental implants are the best choice to restore your grin, or if your smile is in need of another restorative option.

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Your Oral Surgery Treatment

When your treatment is approved, you and your dentist will schedule an oral surgery appointment, and they will provide you with a detailed treatment plan. To begin the procedure, your dentist will create a small incision in the gum line, and place a dental implant into your jaw bone. The implant is a screw-shaped titanium post that bonds directly with your natural bone. Your dentist will then clean, disinfect, and close the incision so the healing process can begin.

Healing & Osseointegration

After the implants have been placed, your gums will begin the healing process right away. To heal completely from the initial surgery, it takes most patients less than 2 weeks. However, it takes between 3-6 months for the implant itself to permanently bond with the jaw bone, in a process known as “osseointegration.”

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Creating the Restoration

You’ll visit our offices several times throughout the healing process to ensure the implant is bonding successfully with your jaw. During the examination, your dentist will take impressions of your bite, which will be sent to our trusted dental lab, where they will craft the custom dental prosthetic that will be affixed to your dental implant.

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Applying the Restoration

Once we have received your completed dental prosthetic, and your implant has finished bonding with your jaw, you’ll return for your final visit in either Miami or Pembroke Pines. During this visit, your dentist will finish up the procedure by attaching the restoration to your dental implant, permanently securing it with dental cement or another adhesive.

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Maintenance & Aftercare

One of the best parts about dental implants is that they don’t require any special care outside of good oral hygiene practices. Be sure to brush at least twice a day, floss daily, and schedule visits to your dentist every six months for routine cleanings and exams. With the right oral health habits, your dental implant can last a lifetime.

Dental Implant Options

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Single Tooth Implants

Single tooth implants consist of two primary parts, and are the most-common type of dental implant. The implant itself is a titanium “post” that is shaped like a screw. A dental crown can be made from a variety of materials and is a tooth-shaped “cap” that attaches to the implant post to complete the restoration.

Single tooth implants are embedded directly into the jaw, where the titanium bonds permanently with the bone. While the site heals, a dental crown is crafted, and is eventually affixed to the implant post via an “abutment.” Crowns mirror the look and function of a natural tooth to blend in seamlessly with the rest of your smile. Made from durable materials, dental crowns can last for decades, while dental implants can last a lifetime. And unlike a partial denture, a single-tooth implant will never move around or shift in your mouth.

Full-Arch Implants

For patients who are missing all, or most, of their teeth, full-arch implants offer a durable alternative to traditional dentures that won’t slide around in the mouth. Your dental prosthetic will be attached to a series of 4-6 dental implants that are placed in each arch, so you can enjoy the look, feel, and function of a brand new smile that will last for years to come.

Because the dental implants act like natural roots to support fixed dental bridges or a set of removable implant-supported overdentures, full-arch implants look and feel much more natural than their traditional counterparts. Permanently bonded with your jaw, full-arch implants allow for prosthetics that will never shift or move when you eat or speak.

Implant-Retained Dentures

Implant-retained dentures are one of the most secure solutions available for those looking for a way to permanently replace a full set of missing teeth. A complete set of dentures is affixed to 4 or more implants that have been placed in your jaw. Implant-retained dentures are not removable at home, so patients can brush and clean their smile like they would their own natural teeth.


All-On-4 dental implants are a great solution for patients who have lost all or most of their teeth. In a single visit, a full arch of your teeth can be restored with just 4 dental implants. Not only are All-On-4 implants a more permanent and natural-looking alternative to dentures, they are also a more budget-friendly solution than replacing each tooth individually.

All-On-6 Implants

Depending on the specifics of your case, one of our dentists may talk to you about All-On-X fix options. In this implant treatment, a series of several implants are used to support a permanent or removable bridge, which restores the entire upper or lower arch of your smile.

Two sets of All-On-X Implants can also be used to restore both arches of your smile. Since your teeth will be held in place by several implants, they can provide better stability and overall outcomes for patients.

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For many patients, dental implants can last a lifetime.

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How are dental implants made?

Dental implants consist of two main parts, the implant itself, and the restorative component. The implant is the screw-shaped titanium “post” that is placed directly into the jaw bone. The restoration is most often a custom-crafted prosthetic like a dental crown, and an abutment, which links the restoration and the implant together. Implant posts, on the other hand, come in various pre-made sizes, ensuring every patient gets an implant that fits their grin. 

After your dental implant has been placed, your dentist will create impressions of your teeth and gums, using either putty or digital scans, and send them to a dental lab, where they will create a dental implant restoration that is made to last. Most restorations are crafted out of porcelain or a durable, natural-looking composite material. Once we receive your restoration, you’ll return to either of our offices in Miami or Pembroke Pines where your dentist will secure your dental prosthetic to your implant, completing the restoration.

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How long do dental implants last?

When dental implants are placed properly, and kept up with good oral hygiene habits, they can last for decades. In fact, it’s common for patients to keep their implants for the rest of their lives. 

On the other hand, although restorations like dental crowns and bridges are made from durable materials, the regular wear they endure from chewing and biting means that they will  likely need to be replaced at some point to ensure your continued oral health.

Can dental implants get infected?

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Although rare, it is possible for dental implants to become infected. A condition known as “peri-implantitis,” an infected dental implant is most often a result of the implant not being cleaned or cared for correctly following oral surgery. 

The best way to avoid the risk of peri-implantitis is to carefully follow your dentist’s instructions for recovery, and to keep up with good oral hygiene habits, like regular brushing and flossing, once your dental implant has healed.

Will dental implants stop bone loss?

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Yes, and they’re the only dental restoration that does so. Bone loss, also known as bone resorption, occurs after losing a tooth, when your jaw stops being stimulated by the natural forces that come from chewing and biting, causing your jaw bone to weaken.

When a dental implant bonds directly with the jaw bone, it acts as an artificial root in that it effectively transmits the pressure of chewing and biting into your jaw bone, providing stimulation to keep your bone from losing density.

Can dental implants be done in one day?

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For some cases, there are several types of dental implants that can be completed in just one appointment. However, the restoration will be a temporary prosthetic to keep your bite functional and to protect the implant site until you’ve finished healing from the placement surgery. The temporary restoration ensures that you will be able to eat and speak normally during the healing process. 

Healing usually lasts between 3-6 months, and during this time your dentist will schedule a series of follow-up visits. They will monitor your healing progress and take impressions of your teeth and gums, which will be sent to our dental lab. The lab will use these images to custom-craft your permanent restoration, a more durable, natural-looking prosthetic than your temporary one.

What Are The Differences Between All-On-4 And All-On-6 Dental Implants?

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The only real difference between All-On-4 and All-On-6 is the number of dental implants used. As the name suggests, All-On-4 uses four dental implants to replace each arch of teeth, while All-On-6 uses six dental implants.

Since All-On-6 uses six implants, it spreads out the distribution of bite pressure and chewing more evenly, and can provide a stronger, more stable base for your prosthetic teeth in some cases. However, it’s not always a better choice, especially for patients who have lost bone density in their jaws and may not be able to accommodate six dental implants.

Both All-On-4 and All-On-6 are fantastic ways to permanently restore your smile. In the end, the best choice for you depends on your own unique situation, and your dentist in Miami or Pembroke Pines will discuss both options with you, and help you choose the right treatment. With these full-mouth dental implant treatments from Amaya Dental, your teeth will look and feel natural, and will last for years and decades to come.

Am I A Good Candidate For All-On-4 Or All-On-6 Dental Implants?

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You may qualify for All-On-4 or All-On-6 dental implants if you have lost most or all of your natural teeth, and you would prefer a longer-lasting and more convenient alternative to traditional dentures. Before you can get treatment, you may need to have any remaining teeth extracted, and additional treatments like gum disease treatment may sometimes be necessary.

One of the benefits of All-On-4 and All-On-6 is that bone grafting is usually not needed for most patients. Because your teeth will be supported by four or six implants, you usually will not need additional treatments to rebuild your jaw bone. However, bone grafting may still sometimes be required in some situations.

At Amaya Dental, we understand that the cost of dental implants can be intimidating, and we believe that everyone deserves the best possible dental care in Miami and Pembroke Pines. That’s why we offer a variety of financing options for our patients. With a payment plan, you can split the cost of your treatment into affordable, monthly installments.

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Titanium is durable, light, and biocompatible.

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