Due to the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we are following the instructions of the CDC and the MN Board of Dentistry, closing the practice to all cases except emergency cases. During this temporary office closure, we will have availability M-F from 8am until 12pm to treat emergencies for existing patients. If you are a current patient and you are having a dental emergency please call (952)449-9494. Please call ahead as the office will only be staffed on an as-needed basis. We are closely following the situation and recommendations of the CDC and will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Dental Implants

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Choosing a dental office is a big decision because your family's oral health is so important! We welcome you to come in and meet our team, ask questions, and get to know us beforehand. Some of the most common questions we receive are listed here. If you do not see yours, contact us. Our friendly team is always happy to help.

Dental Implants

Missing teeth can cause problems with your health and appearance. When you have missing teeth, you may be limited in the foods you can eat, suffer from shifting teeth, and feel self-conscious about your smile. At Orono Dental Care, we offer a number of solutions to restore your appearance and your bite.

Fixed dental bridge – A pair of specialized dental crowns suspend an artificial tooth to fill the gap in your smile. The artificial tooth acts as a placeholder, but does not protect against bone loss associated with tooth loss.

Partial denture – When you have multiple missing teeth and want to replace a number of them, but cannot have or do not want dental implants, partial dentures offer a reliable alternative. We match your partial denture to your natural teeth so your smile appears seamless.

Complete dentures – We use complete dentures to replace all of your teeth on your upper or lower arch.

Dental implants – Dental implants are the best way to replace missing teeth and retain valuable bone, function, and the integrity of your bite. Dental implants can work individually to replace one or more missing teeth and can also work with dentures to provide extra support and stability.

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