Dental Implants

Losing adult teeth isn’t just a cosmetic issue—it can lead to serious dental problems, including misalignment of remaining teeth, jawbone deterioration, and changes in facial structure. While these issues are serious, modern dentistry provides effective solutions like dental implants to address them. Dental implants offer a permanent solution for replacing missing teeth, whether you’ve lost one tooth, several teeth, or require a complete set.


  • Natural Look and Feel: Implants provide a replacement that closely mimics the look and feel of natural teeth, enhancing aesthetics and functionality.
  • Prevents Bone Loss: The placement of an implant stimulates the jawbone, preventing bone deterioration that occurs with tooth loss.
  • Enhanced Stability: Implants are anchored in the jawbone, providing excellent stability that improves speaking and eating, with no risk of slipping.
  • Long-lasting Solution: With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime, making them a highly durable choice as a dental restoration options.
  • Improved Oral Health: Unlike bridges, implants don’t require altering the adjacent teeth, which helps preserve the natural tooth structure.
  • Increases Confidence: By restoring the full function and appearance of natural teeth, implants boost confidence and comfort.
Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider Image Slider

What people say
about Us

Permanent Tooth Restoration with Implants

You can have a beautiful smile for a lifetime with our dental implants. They replace 1 or more missing teeth and we fuse them to your jawbone for a permanent dental solution.

Whether you have damaged or decayed teeth, we restore them to look and feel like normal, glistening teeth. We install top-of-the-line implants that last over 25 years. For many of our patients, that spans the rest of their work careers or even their lives.

  • Lifelong Tooth Solution
  • No Dentures Falling Out
  • Brand New Tooth Look & Feel
  • 1 Implant Supports Multiple Teeth
  • Chew Normally Again
  • Implant-Crown Combo
  • Last Longer Than Crowns and Bridges

Get the Perfect Implant Fit

No matter what dental work you came in with, Dr. Smith can turn it around to install implants that give confidence in your smile again. We carry all kinds of removable and permanent implants with our restorative dentistry.

Creating an exact model of your mouth, our team uses advanced 3-D imaging to decide which option fits your tooth. Let our expert team take care of your mouth with several implants to choose from based on your budget and oral health.

shiny tooth


You may only have 1 missing tooth, which our implant dental care can fill.

teeth and molars


Forget fearing that a bridge will break. We fuse a single implant into your bone and gums, connecting several surrounding teeth.



Full-mouth implants fill every gap in your gums for a brand new smile. Show those pearly whites without worry that they will fall out.

dental implant icon

Sinus Augmentation

Dr. Smith raises your sinus jawbone where there’s not enough cartilage. This allows him to install the implant on your upper teeth.

Teeth extraction icon

Ridge Modification

Adding bone grafts into voids where bone would normally be present, Dr. Smith makes it possible to get replacement teeth by opening up gum tissues.

The Implant Process is Simple at EVDP

While the implant process can take several months, it saves you significant money and time in the long run. Our practice philosophy helps you prevent periodontal disease and other oral health issues later by getting an implant now.

We schedule each appointment with minimum to no wait time during the early hours and lunchtime. Whether you’re busy in your career or with your grandkids, Dr. Smith can take care of you as quickly as possible. 

Our professionals take you through the healing process without delay for a white smile in no time.

Woman making notes in a notebook

Implant Consultation

Dr. Smith greets you with warm chairside manners to examine your mouth and review past dental records. Then, he will take 3-D imaging to get you a personalized implant fit.

Lady getting her teeth fixed by a dentist

Implant Placement

On the implant placement, you will come into the dental room so our dental professionals can place the implant. They will give you anesthesia and drill a hole into the tooth roots of your jawbone, creating the perfect fit for the implant.

Woman explaining a denture

Jawbone Growth (3-6 months)

The jawbone must grow for several months in-between implant appointments. This allows the implant to fuse naturally with your actual bone to become a permanent addition.

Doctor with dental tools

Abutment Placement

In addition, Dr. Smith installs a titanium abutment in the mouth once you pass the several-month period. He attaches it to your implant and serves as a docking point for the crown of your choice.

dental implant doctor

Crown Placement

The final part of the implant process is cementing a crown, or artificial tooth, to the abutment. Dr. Smith, similar to your implant, considers your medical history and creates a unique tooth tailored to your mouth’s impression.

Dr. Smith’s Expert Advice on Your Implant

Most dental offices refer you to oral surgeons, periodontists, and other specialists, costing you thousands more. Thankfully, Dr. Smith is specialized in all these areas and installs the implant from the consultation to the crown.

He’s the successor of the late Dr. Brinkman and treats you as a person rather than a number. You can trust our dental professional to advise you on the implant that restores your professional and personal smile.

FAQ for Dental Implants

How much do implants cost?

Dental implants range anywhere from $3,000 to $5,000, which includes all parts of the process. Although you’ll pay more than dentures and bridges, implants last 10+ years longer and are a lifelong tooth solution.

Why can’t I just get a crown? Isn’t that the same as an implant?

No, crowns are not the same as implants. While they do last 10-15 years, they are not fused into the jawbone with titanium abatement or implant. This decreases its life and makes it more susceptible to breaking or falling out.

Do I still need to brush and floss my implant?

Our team highly recommends continuing proper care with your hygiene practices, even with an implant replacement tooth. You don’t want to run into any future gum disease and protect surrounding teeth from plaque buildup.

Join Our Dental Family

Your Smile's Happy Place! Come visit us and see why

Fun atmosphere, friendly staff, and zero dentist nightmares