Dental Implants in Portland

Years ago, Portlanders used a coin-toss to decide if the city should be named “Portland” or “Boston.” We don’t recommend using the same technique when it comes to deciding how to replace your missing teeth. Dental implants are the best way to go.

At Timber Dental, we use 3D conebeam imaging to provide computer guided implant placement for accurate, efficient results. Your new implants can be paired with crowns, bridges, or implant-supported dentures to replace as many teeth as necessary.

WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS?

Implants are biocompatible, artificial tooth roots that are anchored inside of your jaw, just like your real teeth. They’re durable enough to support a crown (for single tooth replacement), bridge or denture (for multiple tooth replacement).

Plus, implants last for the rest of your life in the majority of cases. There’s no better investment that you can make when it comes to restoring a healthy bite.

SCHEDULE A FREE IMPLANT CONSULTATION TODAY

Thinking of replacing your missing tooth with an implant? Great idea! Contact our Portland dentists to find out if you’re a candidate for the procedure, what’s involved, and even check out our affordable financing options. Free consultations are available.

Our sedative and anti-anxiety dentistry options are here to keep you relaxed. From nitrous oxide (“laughing gas” inhaled sedation) to oral medication (Halcion), we have options available that are great for adults and kids alike.

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Following the announcement of the freeze in Oregon, we would like to reassure you that we will remain open during this period, following the state’s guidance, with all the relevant additional safety precautions and personal protective equipment (PPE) in place.

Timber Dental has always taken extreme precaution when it comes to infection control and the safety of our patients and team members. In response to COVID-19, Timber Dental is following new guidelines to confidently serve our community. Your safety is our top priority, and we observe all CDC and ADA protocols for infection control. Learn more about our safety efforts.