Life is difficult with missing teeth. Everything you do, from eating to smiling, can become more difficult.
If you are looking for a solution, let dental implants from the practice of John Goodman, DDS, in Kansas City, MO, change your life.
Whether you are missing a single tooth or many, implants restore your ability to chew and smile with confidence. Learn how…
Precise Dental Implant Placement For Optimum Results & Longevity
Our implant team uses the latest in cone-beam digital scanning to plan the precise placement of each implant for optimum results and longevity. Our cutting-edge techniques and proven methods put the smile of your dreams safely within reach at our state-of-the-art facility.
Dental Implants with John P. Goodman, DDS
Dr. John Goodman has provided the community of Kansas City, MO, with expert dental care for more than 25 years. As a dentist who always recommends the best available care for his patients, he often advises that patients with missing teeth undergo dental implant treatment.
Dr. Goodman coordinates with renowned oral surgeons in Kansas City to expertly provide dental implants. His many years of experience have allowed him to form strong familiarity with the area's best surgeons and communicate effectively with them throughout treatment.
Patient-focused care is a pillar of Dr. Goodman's practice. He makes a point of being available to his patients during every stage of implant treatment to create a relationship built on trust so that he can help patients maintain their implants for years to come.
If you are tired of living with missing teeth or slipping dentures, schedule a consultation today with Dr. Goodman. He can review your case and honestly recommend whether dental implants are the best option for you. If you have questions, leave us a message or call us at:
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The Cost of Dental Implants
Dental implants fall under the category of restorative dentistry, and as such most dental insurance plans will cover some or all of the cost of treatment. At the dental practice of Dr. John Goodman in Kansas City, MO, a single tooth implant replacement can cost between $3,500 and $4,500. An All-on-4 procedure to replace a full arch could cost between $25,000 and $40,000.
Although it can seem like a high price to pay, the expert dental care provided by Dr. Goodman and his oral surgeon partners can produce results that last a lifetime. Traditional dentures or bridges may be cheaper initially, but they do not last as long as implants, do not maintain jawbone strength, and are not as secure.
Dr. Goodman and his team work with patients to make treatment as affordable as possible. We will work to ensure you are accessing every available benefit of your dental insurance, and we offer financing plans through CareCredit®.
Why Choose Us? "We give Kansas City a reason to smile"
In practice for more than 25 years, Dr. Goodman has the experience and dental training to achieve optimum outcomes for his patients needing dental implants. He balances cutting-edge technology and techniques with proven methods to ensure a functional and beautiful smile for years to come.
His practice philosophy is summed up in one simple sentence: "We give Kansas City a reason to smile."
◆ Experience & Training
Implant dentistry is a complex treatment that requires extensive experience and training to achieve reliable outcomes. Dr. Goodman has more than 25 years of dental experience and stays current with the latest advancements in the field and hands-on training programs to better serve his patients throughout the Kansas City area.
◆ High Patient Satisfaction Rate
With an average rating of 4.9 stars, patients are vocal in their appreciation of Dr. Goodman's exceptional work and friendly office.
◆ Flexible Financing
In addition to working with your insurer so you get every available benefit, we offer financing plans through CareCredit® so as many people as possible can get the dental care they need.
Can't speak any more highly about Dr. Goodman and his practice. He doesn't try to push you into services that are unneeded and respects everyone's time. Reyn Watanabe
Dental Implants Are Revolutionary
What Are Dental Implants?
"Accurate Diagnosis, Excellent Demeanor"
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Dental Implant Timeline
Treatment typically falls into several phases. However, if you suffer from gum disease or are lacking in jawbone strength, you may require some preparatory treatments for optimum implant longevity.
Before and After
Lifestyle and Health Conditions Can Affect Your Candidacy
Your health and lifestyle choices can affect whether you can be considered a candidate for dental implants. If you are considering implants, the first step is scheduling a consultation with Dr. Goodman so the two of you can go over your medical history, concerns, and your goals. You will also want to let the doctor know what medications you take.
It's important to be upfront about health issues because they can affect how successful dental implants will be for you. For example, if you have undergone radiation therapy for head or neck cancer, that can slightly increase the risk of implant failure.
However, even if you are not a prime candidate for implants now, dental treatments are available that can help you qualify for implants.
Some factors to be considered:
Poor Jaw Density
If you have been missing teeth for a long time, the bone in your jaw deteriorates and may become too weak to support implants. In these cases, we can offer bone grafting to restore the lost tissue and strengthen your jawbone.
Smoking inhibits your body's ability to heal properly and increases the risk of implant failure. If you smoke, you should quit for several months before surgery and plan to stop for good.
Healthy gums are essential for both your natural teeth and dental implants. If you are suffering from gum disease, we offer periodontal treatments to create a healthy foundation for your implant.
Diabetes and other autoimmune diseases increase the risks of surgery and inhibit healing. Be sure to tell the dentist about these health issues. On a positive note, if your diabetes is under control, your success rate climbs to rates equal to those who do not have the disease.