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Dental implants in Miami

Dental Implants in Miami

Dental implants are used to replace missing teeth as the best option.

Get The Smile You've Always Wanted

Sometimes cavities, periodontal disease, or other dental issues can leave you with missing one or multiple teeth. And, if that's the case, you're probably wondering just what a dental implant is!

A dental implant is a root-like anchor to hold a crown or other prosthesis used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. An implant is made out of titanium and is a post that gets implanted into the BONE and is topped with a crown or a cap, a bridge, or either full or partial dentures. ​

At Gemini Dental, with our careful planning, you will be able to get the smile you always wanted with teeth that look as good as new!

Professional, Lasting Implants

Part of the struggle with dental implants is that you need to make sure you're receiving treatment that lasts. Gemini Dental Miami uses the highest quality materials and the latest, state of the art technology to ensure that your dental implant lasts for years.

We'll guide you through the dental process and ensure that you feel comfortable and relaxed at every step of the way.

How We Work

From the moment you walk through our doors, we're here to provide you with an outstanding patient experience. Our doctors' bedside manner can't be beat, making you feel relaxed and comfortable throughout every part of the procedure.

Step One: Schedule An Appointment

To get started with your dental implants, we will need a consultation appointment with the dentist to evaluate your needs and expectations. Some x-rays will be taken. 


In this appointment, you will receive a formal treatment plan for your unique case. 

Step Two: Planning For Dental Implants 

Before getting started with any dental implant procedure, we need to evaluate and plan on a three-dimensional view of the area (Cone Beam CT Scan). At this point, the correct size and position of the implant to be used will be decided. 

Step Three: Implant Placement Appointment 

Actual implant placement. Usually, implants are placed and left for integration to the bone for a period of time (usually from 2 to 4 months).


Sometimes, the placement of temporary crowns is done at this time.

Step Four: Get Your Permanent Crown

Once the implant has been secured in place with the jaw bone (implant integration), we will start the process to fabricate the final crown or bridge that will be held permanently to your implant. 

How Dental Implants Work

Improve your smile today

Contact us to schedule your appointment

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