Dental Implants

Free Dental Implants Consultation

Drs. Shvets provide dental implants for $989.*  Call to schedule a free consultation and our team will help layout a treatment plan and explain all of your financial options.  We offer no-interest financing through CareCredit.

*Does not include abutment.

Plantation Palms Dental is honored to offer dental implants so that members of our community can enjoy renewed oral function and long-lasting, easy-to-maintain prosthetic teeth. On top of improving oral function and preserving oral structure, a dental implant can look just like a biological tooth when the right materials are chosen for its construction. If you have lost a tooth or multiple teeth, we strongly encourage you to review your tooth replacement options, including dental implants, by scheduling a consultation at our practice.

Tooth Loss and Oral Health

Tooth loss has lasting effects on our health and devastating effects on our psyche. Not only will losing teeth make eating and speaking far more difficult, it will transform the appearance of the mouth and jaw. Beyond diminished oral function and an aged appearance, tooth loss will damage a person’s mood and self-esteem. Since tooth loss affects the roots of teeth, too, the jawbone will atrophy due to lack of stimulation. Once teeth are lost, essentially a domino effect occurs. One tooth missing leads to more teeth missing. Bone begins to deteriorate at a rapid rate, all the while oral function and appearance suffers.

Meet the Doctors

Gabriel Shvets, DDS

Dr. Gabriel Shvets is originally from Brooklyn, New York and received his degrees from Hunter College and the NYU College of Dentistry with honors in implant dentistry. He is a board certified dentist, licensed in New Jersey and Florida.

Ankita Shvets, DDS

Dr. Ankita Shvets is originally from New Delhi and received her doctoral degree at NYU College of Dentistry with honors in Esthetic Dentistry.  She is a board certified dentist with advanced training in cosmetic dentistry.

How Dental Implants Work

Dental implants provide a unique approach to treating tooth loss that restores oral function, improves the appearance of an incomplete smile and lasts for decades. These biocompatible prosthetics are designed to replace the root systems of teeth so that permanent restorations like crowns can be supported. To accomplish the feat of replacing a missing tooth’s roots, the dental implant is placed into the jawbone where tooth loss has occurred. Patients will then undergo a recovery phase of treatment where the stabilization of the dental implant is monitored.

The stabilization process of dental implants is very important. Dental implants are stabilized when the jawbone fuses to their structure. A dental implant is made from the biocompatible metal, titanium. This metal is what makes dental implants a viable solution to biological teeth. Since the body does not reject titanium as a foreign object and has unique properties that allow bone to fuse to it, implants can serve as replacements for the roots of teeth. Once implants are stable, a patient’s permanent restorations or prosthetic is attached. The implant will be able to support the force and pressure put upon a restoration during meals while the restoration replaces the visible structure of teeth.

Contact Our Office

1837 N. Pine Island Rd.
Plantation, FL 33322

(954) 350-0400

Monday - Friday: 8:30am-6pm
Saturday: 9am-2pm

Benefits of Dental Implants

Implants are advantageous for quite a few reasons. First, implants are incredibly long lasting. They are so durable that they can replace a biological tooth for decades. This means that patients can enjoy a long-lasting replacement tooth without frequent repairs and modifications. Moreover, dental implants support the entire oral health system by preserving jawbone and supporting neighboring teeth by keeping them upright. They are fixed in the mouth and therefore do not require removal for cleaning/soaking and will not move during oral function. When natural looking materials like porcelain and porcelain fused to metal are used to fabricate the implant’s restoration, the replacement tooth (or teeth) will closely resemble a natural tooth.

If you have questions about dental implants or your tooth replacement options, don’t hesitate to call our friendly staff to schedule an appointment for a consultation.


Implant FAQs

What is a dental implant?

A dental implant is a titanium component that is used to replace the roots of missing teeth. The implant actually resembles a screw since it has a ridged texture and gradually widens.

Dental implants are embedded into the jawbone. This is done so that the bone can fuse around the implant over time, eventually anchoring it in place for decades. Once the implant is secured by bone fusing to it, it can then be used to support permanent restorations like bridges or dentures. If multiple dental implants are embedded, a full arch of prosthetic teeth (denture) can be secured to them.

How much do dental implants cost?

The price of having a dental implant placed varies from person to person. Sometimes patients require preliminary treatment like a tooth extraction or grafting procedure to prepare for the implantation process. The materials chosen for one’s prosthetics or restorations also affects the price of receiving a dental implant. Lastly, whether a person has insurance that covers tooth replacement costs will effect one’s out-of-pocket expenses.

Am I a candidate for dental implants?

There are some issues that can affect candidacy for dental implants. While dental implants can help a great deal of people, there are patients who have certain medical conditions, oral health problems, and lifestyle factors who find that dental implants aren’t right for their needs. For example, patients who have a history of periodontal disease might not have enough healthy tissue to support a dental implant. The best way to determine if dental implants meet your needs is to schedule a consultation with our team at Plantation Palms Dental. At your consultation we will perform an oral examination, discuss your needs and health history, and answer any questions you might have.

How are dental implants placed?

Dental implants are placed through a procedure that embeds the titanium implant into the jawbone. After implants are placed, patients will enter a recovery phase of treatment where the process of bone stabilizing dental implants is monitored.

$989 Dental Implant* and Free Consultation

Schedule a free consultation to talk to our dental implant team. Each dental implant is $989 (not including abutment) and financing is available.