A missing tooth causes a lifetime of embarrassment and discomfort, as well as permanent changes to the jaw and tooth alignment, but a dental implant from Clearwater Family & Sedation Dentistry can be the answer to this problem. Dental implants place a new porcelain tooth in the spot where the missing tooth was, helping improve the stability of the bone, the look of the patient's mouth and the overall health of the patients jaw and teeth. This life changing procedure permanently restores the look of the missing tooth, and is available with one simple phone call to us.


Clearwater Family & Sedation Dentistry is committed to helping our patients by using the latest technological breakthroughs and advances in our practice. That is why we offer ANKYLOS, Camlog and Biohorizon dental implants. These implants offer superior esthetics and mechanical stability, helping preserve bone stability and soft tissue while also improving the patient's overall look.

Through ANKYLOS, Camlog and Biohorizon, we are able to offer both single tooth implants and overdentures, which are an option for patients who have lost most or all of their natural teeth. Both are a permanent solution to tooth loss that will leave you laughing and smiling without embarrassment.


Receiving a dental implant from Clearwater Family & Sedation Dentistry is a life-changing procedure that is more affordable than you might think. When you call us to inquire about dental implant cost, you will be surprised how affordable it can be. Your dental insurance may even cover the cost of the procedure. And, with our sedation dentistry options, you can receive your implant with minimal stress and no discomfort. We have different options available, including CareCredit for patients that may need to make payments.

Don't live your life with the embarrassment that comes from missing teeth. Call Clearwater Family & Sedation Dentistry today, and let us help you restore the look of your smile through a permanent tooth implant.


What is an implant?
A dental implant is an artificial root that is placed into your jaw bone to hold a replacement tooth or teeth. In many cases, it is the ideal option for patients who have lost a tooth or teeth due to injury, periodontal disease, extraction or other reasons.

Will my new teeth look natural?
Tooth loss is never easy to accept. But if you are able to replace one or more teeth with something that looks and feels like your own teeth, you might be able to embrace dental implants as the solution you didn't know existed until now.

How long will it take?
After a detailed evaluation and treatment plan the actual placement of the implant will take place in the office. Most implants will remain covered underneath the gums for 3 to 6 months. During this time, the implant bonds to the jaw bone, called osseointegration. After osseointegration occurs, we will uncover the implant and your new teeth will be created and fitted.

Will my insurance pay for implants?
Some insurance companies will pay for a good portion of the implant process. Our team will work with your insurance to ensure your benefits are maximized.

Is the procedure painful?
Most people who have received dental implants say that there is very little discomfort involved in the procedure. Local anesthesia is used, and most patients report that implants involve less pain than a tooth extraction. We also offer IV sedation with the help of our Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist.

How much will my treatment cost?
There are many implant options available depending on every individual situation. Costs vary depending on your personal treatment plan.

We also offer CareCredit, a medical credit card offering interest-free credit to those who qualify.