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How Dental Implants Can Restore Your Smile

Although you take care of your teeth, accidents, injury, decay and oral health issues may arise that leave you with gaps in your smile. Regardless of why you have missing teeth, the result is often the same — shame and embarrassment.

When patients come to our Colorado Springs, CO, dental clinic to learn more about dental implants, they often report that their missing teeth affect their self-confidence. You may be reluctant to smile, or you may try to cover your mouth with your hand when you smile or laugh so no one knows you have missing teeth.

This can affect how you relate to others, including friends and family, potential relationship partners and colleagues. You may forego applying for promotions, accepting invitations to speak or give presentations, attending parties and going on dates. But you don’t have to — the team at North End Smiles in Colorado Springs can restore your smile with tooth implants.

How Do Dental Implants Work?

As part of the tooth implant procedure, the post is fastened to the jawbone, and as you heal, the bone fuses with the titanium. This provides a solid, stable surface onto which the artificial tooth can be connected. Once the healing stage is complete, our dentist can attach the abutment and the crown.

Dental implants are a permanent solution for missing teeth — they aren’t removable like dentures. Because tooth implants function like real teeth, you don’t have to worry about issues that could crop up with temporary replacements. You can talk and smile as you naturally would. You can eat anything you want — popcorn, nuts, sticky candy (although we don’t recommend that last option!).

What Are the Advantages of Implant-Supported Dentures?

One of the biggest benefits of implant-supported dentures is their improved ability to eat. A traditional removable denture provides only 10% to 15% of normal chewing function. You can chew soft foods, but anything with crunch or texture like apples or steak should be avoided.

With implant-supported dentures, you will be able to eat a greater variety of foods. Also, the dentures would stay in place without getting dislodged, unlike traditional dentures.

Are Dental Implants the Right Option for You?

Dental implants are an excellent tooth replacement option for patients who live in good oral health. If you have tooth decay, gum disease, or other dental problems, these problems need to be addressed before you can receive dental implants. Our dentist will fully examine your teeth, gums, and mouth to look for any signs of dental problems. We will also take X-rays to see how healthy your jawbone is and to make sure it’s strong enough to support an implant.

If you’re a good candidate for dental implants, your dentist will discuss how the procedure works and what you can expect. Dental implants are permanent, so once they’re placed, you can care for them just like you would your natural teeth.

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Dental Implants FAQ

Dental implants mimic the way a real tooth functions, looks, and feels. While you might think that implants are simply artificial teeth, they’re much more than that. They’re made of three parts: the titanium post, the abutment, and the crown.

When you get a tooth implant, the dentist embeds the titanium post into your jaw. This is different from getting a bridge or dentures, because these methods of replacement teeth simply sit on top of the gums.


Dental implants are superior to bridges because they stimulate the jawbone just like a tooth’s natural root would. Without this stimulation, your jawbone begins to deteriorate, which can affect the shape of your face and mouth. If you have had missing teeth for many years, our dentist may need to perform bone grafting before beginning your dental implant procedure.


Additionally, because tooth implants fill in the space where the root is missing, they help your jawbone maintain its structure. Without implants, gaps created by missing teeth will close over time. Your teeth will shift, affecting your jaw and the function of the surrounding tissues. If this has happened to you, our orthodontist can move your teeth back into their original positions to make room for your new replacement teeth.

Dental implants are a type of treatment that replaces missing teeth and tooth roots with an artificial prosthesis. They are comprised of three parts – the implant itself, an abutment, and the crown. The crown is the visible part of the tooth that is placed above the gum line.

Dental implants are a type of treatment that replaces missing teeth and tooth roots with an artificial prosthesis. They are comprised of three parts – the implant itself, an abutment, and the crown. The crown is the visible part of the tooth that is placed above the gum line.

Most insurances consider dental implants cosmetic dentistry, and as such do not contribute to the cost. However, some insurance plans do pay for part of the cost. Consult with the staff at our dental clinic, and we will help you find out if your dental insurance covers any portion of your tooth implant procedure. Additionally, we can show you how you can save up to 15% on the cost of getting replacement teeth.

Don’t wait another minute to get your smile back. Make an appointment today at our Colorado Springs dental clinic to learn more about getting dental implants.

Dental implants are a type of treatment that replaces missing teeth and tooth roots with an artificial prosthesis. They are comprised of three parts – the implant itself, an abutment, and the crown. The crown is the visible part of the tooth that is placed above the gum line.

Dental implants are a type of treatment that replaces missing teeth and tooth roots with an artificial prosthesis. They are comprised of three parts – the implant itself, an abutment, and the crown. The crown is the visible part of the tooth that is placed above the gum line.

Dental implants are a type of treatment that replaces missing teeth and tooth roots with an artificial prosthesis. They are comprised of three parts – the implant itself, an abutment, and the crown. The crown is the visible part of the tooth that is placed above the gum line.

Dental implants are a type of treatment that replaces missing teeth and tooth roots with an artificial prosthesis. They are comprised of three parts – the implant itself, an abutment, and the crown. The crown is the visible part of the tooth that is placed above the gum line.

To find out more about the dental services offered at North End Dental, call (719) 471-1900 or schedule an online consultation. You can also visit us at 1705 N Weber St, Colorado Springs, CO 80907.

Tooth implants are convenient to clean and maintain — simply brush and floss them as you do your other teeth. They require no special care or attention.

At our Colorado Springs dental clinic, our patients are thrilled by their new smiles. Some are even moved to tears when they first look at their replacement teeth because they can finally smile with confidence again.

Meet our Doctors

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Dr. Scott R. Hill

Dr. Scott Hill completed his bachelor’s degree at Utah State University and then received his Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in 2014. After serving as an associate dentist in Ohio, he then selected Colorado Springs as the right location to settle his family.

Dr. Gregory B. Moore

Upon graduation from Georgetown University School of Dentistry in 1985, Dr. Moore entered a one-year General Practice Residency at Fort Carson. The US Army then sent him to Stuttgart, Germany for four years. After leaving the Army in August of 1990, Dr. Moore purchased an existing practice in Colorado Springs, and has practiced here ever since.

Dr. Crystal Umphlett

Dr. Crystal Umphlett completed her Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2015. She returned to her hometown of Cody, WY and worked for her childhood dentist as an associate for 3 years. In 2018, she relocated to Santa Fe and continued working as an associate before finding her home in Colorado Springs in 2019.

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*Non-insured patients only. Only valid for patients in the absence of periodontal (gum) disease. (D0150, D0210, D1110). These offers cannot be combined with other promotions and are redeemable in the absence of insurance coverage.

New Year New You

20% off on all 
cosmetic services

This includes SureSmile®, veneers, implants, whitening, and our in-office neurotoxin—up to $500 off.

New Patient Special

$99 for Exam, FMX (Full Mouth Series X-ray), and Healthy mouth cleaning.*

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