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Dental Implants

If you have missing teeth, dental implants can replace your lost tooth roots and provide stable support for crowns, bridges, or dentures.

At Dearborn Family Dentistry in Dearborn, MI, dentist Mark Luria places and restores dental implants.

Why are dental implants the best option for replacing natural teeth?

The Advantages of Dental Implants

Implants offer a wide range of benefits, especially when compared to traditional bridges and dentures. Patients who choose dental implants can enjoy:

Natural-Looking Outcomes

Because dental implants fuse to the jawbone, they literally become a part of your anatomy, so they'll never slip or slide. Additionally, our implant-supported restorations are crafted from high-grade materials that mimic the translucency of natural teeth. No one will be able to tell that your smile contains prosthetics.


Better Oral Health

Traditional bridges and dentures only replace the crowns of the teeth, but implants restore tooth roots and provide necessary stimulation to the jaw. Implants prevent bone loss, preserve jaw health, and are able to be cleaned and maintained just like natural teeth.


Long-Lasting Results

Bridges last between five and 15 years, on average. Dentures have a lifespan of seven to 10 years. Dental implants, on the other hand, can last a lifetime with proper hygiene and maintenance.

Schedule Your Dental Implant Consultation

Whether you are missing one tooth or multiple teeth, it is important to restore your smile as soon as possible to prevent future problems. Our team can perform all aspects of dental implant treatment at our practice in Dearborn, MI. We use only the latest technology so our patients can enjoy the benefits of conservative, streamlined dentistry.

We would be happy to answer your questions about dental implants during a one-on-one consultation or at one of our regular dental implant seminars. For more information, or to request a consultation, send us a message online or call our Dearborn office at:

(313) 565-5507

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Replace Missing Teeth with Dental Implants

Dr. Mark Luria of Dearborn Family Dentistry goes over the basics of dental implants, an excellent treatment option for missing teeth. These artificial tooth roots are able to support crowns, bridges, or a full set of dentures. Dr. Mark can discuss candidacy, benefits, and the treatment process in more detail when you visit our Dearborn, MI, practice.

Financing Available

If you are concerned about the cost of dental implants, you can rest assured that we will help you fit this life-changing service into your budget. Our practice offers multiple financing options, including: 


CareCredit® is a financing company that provides monthly payment plans for healthcare expenses. Patients can check if they qualify without impacting their credit score. 

Credit and Debit Cards 

Patients can also make payments directly to our Dearborn office with most major credit and debit card providers to help cover any remaining costs. 

How Do Dental Implants Work?

Dental implants are titanium posts that fuse with your jawbone over time. Once the bone tissue has healed around a post, it can support a crown, bridge, or denture.

Types of Implant-Supported Restorations

Implants can be used to address localized, sporadic, and complete tooth loss. Our dental team will design a fully customized plan to meet your needs. Here are the most common treatment options at our Dearborn dental practice:

Implant-Supported Crowns

If you are only missing one tooth, Dr. Luria can place a single implant and attach a lifelike crown. Unlike treatment with traditional bridges, this involves no alteration to surrounding teeth.

Learn More about Implant-Supported Crowns

Implant-Supported Bridges

While traditional bridges rely on adjacent teeth for support, implant-supported bridges are attached to titanium implants instead. As a result, alteration of the natural teeth is not necessary. Bridges replace a row of missing teeth.

Learn More about Implant-Supported Bridges

Implant-Supported Dentures

Unstable, ill-fitting appliances are common complaints among denture wearers. Dentures can be attached to dental implants so they always stay firmly in place.

Learn More about Implant-Supported Dentures

Find out if you are eligible for this form of dentistry...

Ready to Restore Your Smile?  Talk to Our Doctors About Implants 

For an important procedure like implants, you need experts who know what they’re doing. Dr. Luria and Dr. Allswang are board-certified dentists who have access to the latest training, technology, and techniques as active members of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. They can achieve amazing results from dental implant surgery that rejuvenates your smile. 

You can submit a question to our staff or talk to the doctors in an implant consultation by calling our Dearborn office at: 

(313) 565-5507


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I need to give 10 stars to this office. Yes, I really do. I don't know where to start. Super friendly staff. Kaitlyn did a wonderful job on cleaning my teeth. Dr. Belani is an awesome dentist. I highly recommend this office to everyone. Thank you for being AWESOME!

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Implant Treatment Timeline


Before your dentist can place implants, scans and X-rays must be taken. These images help our doctors determine the most appropriate location for your new titanium implants.

Preparatory Procedures

Our dentists may need to perform procedures prior to your implant surgery, such as tooth extractions, bone grafts, or a sinus lift. These treatments are sometimes necessary for optimal outcomes. 


On the day of your implant surgery, we will administer local anesthesia to numb the treatment area. Nitrous oxide sedation is also available upon request to keep you comfortable during your appointment.

Preparing the Jaw

To access the jawbone, your dentist will make a small incision in the gum tissue. Next, they will use specialized dental instruments to create a pilot hole and prepare the site for your new implant.

Implant Placement

Once the jaw is prepared, our dentist will carefully and strategically place the threaded titanium implant into the bone. We use implants from several different manufacturers, including BioHorizon and Zimmer. We will choose the right type of post for your unique needs.

Healing Period

After your implant surgery is complete, a healing period is required before a restoration can be added. In most cases, it takes about three to six months for the bone to fuse to the implant.

Abutment Attachment

Once the healing period is over, you will return to our Dearborn office so we can attach an abutment – or small connector piece – to the implant. The abutment will connect your implant to your crown, bridge, or denture. Once the abutment is in place, we will take impressions of your bite so your restoration can be custom-designed.

Final Restoration

Once our partner dental lab has fabricated your restoration, you will return to our office one more time so we can attach your prosthetic to your implant. Once this step is complete, you will have a complete, fully functional smile once again.

What Will My Implant Look Like?

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Before Restoration The abutment is connected to the dental implant.
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After Restoration The final crown is attached to complete your smile.

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I have been going there for >10 yrs. all my family. Super great regular care and call in same day. Great highly recommended. Thank you.

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Informational Seminars 

Dental implants are life-changing but are also a significant procedure, so we understand if you have questions about the treatment. Dearborn Family Dentistry hosts occasional seminars to help patients learn more about dental implants, and our office carries educational brochures as well. 

Ready to get started? You can talk to our doctors during a consultation about implants, or you can contact our staff directly with questions about the procedure. Call our Dearborn office at: 

(313) 565-5507

Our practice has served the Dearborn community for over 70 years.

Caring for Your Implants

Dental implants can last an entire lifetime when cared for properly. Follow these recommendations for optimal results:

Brush Twice Every Day

Like natural teeth, implant-supported restorations should be brushed at least twice a day. Use a non-abrasive toothpaste formula. Harsh ingredients can damage your restorations.

Clean between the Teeth

Floss once daily to remove plaque and tartar deposits between the teeth. Ask our dental team for tips and instructions on how to floss with your new implants.

Schedule Regular Checkups

Dental exams and cleanings are essential for the long-term health of your implants. During these visits, we can eliminate harmful bacteria and detect any problems early on.

Preparatory Treatments

Some patients may need additional procedures to prepare for implants. Our doctors at Dearborn Family Dentistry offer these treatments so you can receive all of your implant-related treatment under one roof.

Tooth Extraction

While our dentists do everything in their power to save a tooth, sometimes an extraction is necessary for your health. We can extract a damaged or decayed tooth that’s beyond repair to make room for dental implants. 

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Bone Grafting

In some cases, a patient’s jawbone may be too thin in some spots to secure an implant. A bone graft repurposes tissue and moves it to the desired treatment site so patients can still receive dental implants. 

Learn More About Bone Grafts

Sinus Lift

A sinus lift raises the bed of your sinuses if they are too close to the desired implant site. After lifting the sinus floor, our doctors fill the raised area with a bone graft so your dental implants can be secured in place. 

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Dental Implant FAQ

If you don’t see your question answered below, you can send it directly to our staff for a response. 

Do Dental Implants Hurt? 

With modern technology and techniques, we can make dental implant surgery virtually painless. Patients receive local anesthesia to numb the area, which can be combined with nitrous oxide (also known as laughing gas) to help them relax during the procedure. The local anesthesia should last up to a few hours after the surgery. Any further discomfort is manageable with prescriptions or over-the-counter medicines. 

How Long Do Dental Implants Last? 

With proper care and regular checkups, an implant can potentially last a lifetime. The restorations attached to the implant may have different life-spans; for example, a dental crown typically lasts up to 15 years depending on the material and quality. If you do need a new restoration, we can simply create a new one and attach it to your implant. 

Are There Different Kinds of Implants? 

Yes, like any other high-grade product, there are many different types and brands of implants. We use BioHorizon and Zimmer implants due to the solid studies backing the product and their unique approaches to implant design that can improve recovery time after the procedure. At the end of the day though, we choose these brands because our patients receive the best results.

What is Osseointegration? 

Osseointegration is the process where bone cells attach to the implant surface, integrating it with the jawbone. Most implants are made of titanium due to their biocompatibility and their ability to fuse with the jawbone over time. Osseointegration is an essential part of implant treatment as the bone tissue growth around the implant creates a solid foundation for the restoration.

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Dearborn Family Dentistry

Dearborn Family Dentistry is a comprehensive dental practice that has been serving the Dearborn, MI, area for more than 70 years. We welcome whole families and are available for dental emergencies. Our dentists are affiliated with:

  • The American Dental Association
  • The Michigan Dental Association
  • The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • The International Congress of Oral Implantologists

To schedule an appointment, contact us online or call (313) 565-5507. We hope to see you soon!

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