• How much does a tooth implant cost without insurance?

    Implant fees are always the same price regardless of insurance coverage

  • How are dental implants attached?

    The implant is placed surgically into the bone of the jaw to which it is fused in a process called OSSEO-INTERGRATION. This replaces the natural root of your tooth to which an implant crown is attached with a mini screw that keeps the crown attached to the implant.

  • How long does a dental implant procedure take?

    Dental implants can be done right away after taking out a tooth, 3 months later a restoration is placed on the implant crown/bridge

  • Can I get dentures or implants just because i don’t like my teeth?

    There are many ways to restore a smile, always best to go and consult with a Dental Professional to see your options and often your smile can be improved without such extreme treatments

  • How soon can I eat after a dental implant?

    You can eat the same day as your implant surgery. It is recommended to eat softer foods like fish, pasta or scrambled eggs. You can not eat anything too hard or anything with seeds in it.

  • What is dental laser filling?

    Laser is used to remove all of the decay in the tooth and it’s used to prepare the tooth for restorative material called composite (laser also disinfects the tooth)

  • Do dental implants hurt?

    Most dental implant procedures don’t hurt and the discomfort is minimal

  • Can laser cure gum disease?

    Laser provide the benefit of not only removing the bacteria but also killing them, this will reduce the bleeding and the swelling of the gums and it may eliminate the need of gum surgery. Home care is just as important as dental care

  • How long does it take for laser gum surgery to heal?

    The length for gum to heal depends on the severity of the disease, most healing on the surface takes 2-4 weeks. Deeper pocket areas may take several months to completely heal.

  • Is laser periodontal treatment effective?

    Yes periodontal laser treatment is less painful and more successful with a shorter healing time FDA cleared

If you have a question we haven’t answered, feel free to give us a call at (905) 878-8528 or contact us here.

Milltown Dental

840 Main Street East, Unit 3,
Milton, Ontario, L9T0J4,

Practice Hours:Monday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PMTuesday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PMWednesday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PMThursday: 8:00 AM – 8:00 PMFriday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Additional Information: Alternating Saturdays: 8 AM - 3 PM


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