Losing your teeth was once considered an inevitable and unfortunate part of getting older. But today, we know that tooth loss never has to be a part of the aging process.
Our goal is to maintain or restore your mouth to a healthy state, since tooth loss can lead to numerous physical, medical and psychological issues that can negatively impact your life.
The many negative consequences of tooth loss emphasize the importance of replacing a missing tooth or multiple teeth as soon as possible.
South Florida Center for Periodontics & Implant Dentistry offers the most advanced, clinically proven dental implant technologies for replacing teeth and restoring your smile. As your premier destination in Jupiter for periodontics and implant dentistry, we pride ourselves in being skilled and equipped with multiple methods and technologies to ensure you will receive the best, safest and most predictable treatment available for your specific needs and circumstances.
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★★★★★ “We feel extremely lucky to have Dr. Ganeles and his staff caring for us. They are phenomenal.” – Mark R. (Facebook)
We offer no-interest or low interest payment plans for individuals in Jupiter who qualify and want to pay for their care over time. Click here to learn more or call our office at 561-912-9993.
How do I know that implants are going to work?
We set the stage for success by creating a thorough, customized treatment plan for each patient in cooperation with the restorative dentist. Dental implants have an outstanding success rate. They are designed to last many years.
What is the role of my restorative dentist when I have implant treatment?
Your restorative dentist is a key member of the team. We stay in close communication with your restorative dentist throughout your implant treatment. After you complete treatment in our office, the restorative dentist securely attaches the final restorations to the implants. The result is a natural-looking restoration that allows you to eat the foods you want.
What can be done to minimize the risk of complications?
As with any medical or dental procedure, there is always some risk of complications. Although this risk cannot be totally eliminated, it can be minimized. The doctors at the South Florida Center for Periodontics & Implant Dentistry have years of experience and have placed tens of thousands of dental implants. This depth and breadth of experience is significant. The doctors carefully review the patient’s medical and dental history prior to treatment and work collaboratively with the patient’s restorative dentist. The doctors believe that thorough diagnosis and treatment planning are essential for long-term dental implant success. In addition, the doctors at our modern facility use the latest equipment and materials. Finally, the doctors recommend a maintenance program that includes conscientious home care and regular professional dental visits to help ensure that dental implants will function for many years.