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Dental Implants Etobicoke

Restore your smile and reclaim your confidence

Dental implants are a reliable and long-lasting solution for missing teeth. At Dental Health Clinic, we specialize in placing dental implants to restore the appearance and functionality of our patient’s smiles. Our experienced professionals use advanced techniques and materials to create a natural-looking replacement tooth that blends seamlessly with your existing teeth. Dental implants are designed to mimic natural teeth’ look, feel, and function, providing a permanent solution to tooth loss that can improve oral health and quality of life. 

Implants are solutions to many issues, as mentioned below;

  • NMissing Teeth
  • NDifficulty Chewing
  • NDifficulty Speaking
  • NShifting Teeth
  • NTooth Loss
  • NJaw Pain
  • NTooth Decay

A Brighter Smile Awaits: The Life-Changing Benefits of Dental Implants

Improved appearance and confidence: Dental implants are designed to mimic the look and feel of natural teeth, restoring a natural smile and improving your overall appearance. They can also help boost your self-esteem and confidence by allowing you to eat, speak, and smile with ease.

Long-lasting and durable: Dental implants are a permanent solution to missing teeth and can last a lifetime with proper care and maintenance. They are made of durable materials that are designed to withstand the pressures of everyday use, making them a wise investment in your oral health.

Improved oral health: Dental implants can help improve your overall oral health by preventing jawbone deterioration, reducing the risk of gum disease and tooth decay, and eliminating the need for removable dentures or bridges. They also do not require any special cleaning or maintenance beyond regular brushing and flossing.



The most effective way to replace a missing or damaged tooth is through a single tooth implant. Though it may be one of the pricier tooth replacement options, it is well worth the investment. This type of implant involves placing a small titanium tube in the vacated tooth space, which is then attached with a crown. The end result is a tooth replacement that looks identical to the rest of your teeth. The biggest advantage of a single tooth implant is that it won’t negatively impact the surrounding teeth like other replacement methods may, and it requires no special cleaning.

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Partial or Multiple Teeth Implants – Dental Implant Supported Bridge Video

Partial or Multiple Teeth Implants

Are you someone who needs a solution to cover multiple missing or damaged teeth but don’t want to go through the hassle of getting an implant for each one or wearing a denture? Look no further than bridge-supported implants. Say goodbye to the process of shaving down healthy teeth, and instead opt for one or two implants to support your bridge. With this method, you can easily replace six or more teeth with just one bridge. Get the smile you’ve been dreaming of without any unnecessary stress or discomfort.

Denture Supported Implant

Individuals who have lost several teeth have the option to use denture-supported implants. With a single denture-supported implant, several damaged or missing teeth can be efficiently restored. This option is more economical when dealing with multiple missing or damaged teeth, especially if located in distinct areas of the mouth. Denture-supported implants have numerous replacement teeth, but they need to be removed daily for cleaning and should not be worn while sleeping.

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Dental Implants are much more affordable then most patients think. Every patient has different needs, and therefore their treatment cost may be more or less than others.

We have made dental implants very affordable offering a starting price of $3,400 per implant. That includes the treatment plans, the implant that is placed under your gum, the realistic crown (artificial tooth), and post op appointments.

In other words, a full case is placed at this price. Dental implants are much more durable and long lasting than bridges or dentures. They also put less stress on your adjacent teeth and your jaw. When discussing the costs dental implants, it is important to remember that this is an effective long-term solution.

Other offices may price there implants differently, please make sure you are getting the quality, price, and attention you deserve.

Finance Options

At the Dental Health Clinic we offer a 12-month financing option for you, without interest. In some cases, we can couple third-party financing with low, in-office monthly installments. Our goal is to make sure you understand all of your treatment and payment options, and that we find the best solution for you. It takes only one minute to determine if you’re eligible for third party-financing.


What services do you offer?

This is a common question that potential patients may have when visiting a general dentistry website. It’s important to clearly list the services offered, such as routine checkups and cleanings, fillings, extractions, and more specialized treatments like orthodontics or root canals.

What should I expect during my visit?

Many patients may have anxiety about going to the dentist, especially if they haven’t been in a while. Providing information on what they can expect during their visit, such as a routine checkup or a specific procedure, can help ease their concerns. Consider including information on how long appointments typically last, what to bring, and any special instructions.

How can I take care of my oral health at home?

Patients want to know how to maintain good oral health in between dental visits. Offer tips on oral hygiene practices, such as brushing and flossing, and provide information on foods and drinks that can impact oral health. Consider including resources like videos or infographics to help patients understand these concepts.