Dental implants are the choice treatment method for replacing missing teeth. Unlike other types of tooth replacements, dental implants rebuild your replacement tooth from the root up. Each implant tooth uses a titanium steel root that anchors into the tooth socket to support a crown, bridge or denture.

Image of the parts of a dental implant because titanium is extremely biocompatible, it is the material of choice for many types of procedures, including joint replacements. Bone naturally fuses to the titanium root surface, allowing the implant to be stable and function as if it were a natural tooth.



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At Take 2 Dental Implants Studio, we are committed to making sure you get the high quality dental care you need by offering our patients a variety of sedation dentistry options. It is our priority to make sure you receive the best dental care in a comfortable and gentle environment.

Restoring your smile with dental implants should not hurt, which is why we provide treatment that our patients can trust. You can relax during your visit as our doctors always uses the latest treatment techniques to ensure your peace of mind.

What Is IV Sedation Dentistry?

IV sedation dentistry is a safe way to eliminate the fear and anxiety many patients experience during dental procedures like dental implants.

It's important to remember that IV sedation dentistry is not the same as anesthesia you would experience in a hospital. At Alaska Implants, our sedation patients wake up from their dental implant procedure refreshed, with no nausea and no memory of the procedure.

Benefits from IV sedation dentistry include:

  • Sedation takes effect almost immediately
  • IV sedation is safe with a low chance of side effects
  • No overly groggy feeling
  • Multiple dental procedures can be completed in one visit

Is IV Sedation Right For You?

Our dentists recommend IV sedation to patients who need extensive dental work completed (like dental implants), have a strong gag reflex, have sensitive teeth, or experience dental anxiety. At Alaska Implants, we work closely with an excellent dental anesthesiologist to ensure you have a safe and pleasant appointment with us.

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