What our patients say about us
  • I had a wonderful experience with Lone Oak. I have a LOT of anxiety about having my teeth worked on and the staff made me so comfortable. My previous dentist retired and I needed to find a new dentist. I knew I needed a crown but was very fearful of trying someone new. Dr. Jordan and his staff did an AMAZING job helping me to relax. I was especially impressed when Dr Jordan called to check on me after the procedure and gave me his cell phone number in case I needed anything. I couldn't be happier with my new dentist and would recommend Lone Oak with no hesitation.
    -Kerrie
  • The first time I went to them I felt very much at home. All of the staff acted very professional and courteous. I feel that my dental exam was very thorough and found problems that I was unaware of. The dental procedure was carried out efficiently, timely and with minimal discomfort. I'm very pleased with the outcome and would highly recommend this practice to anyone. Their dental equipment seems very up-to-date and my dentist very knowledgeable.
    -Bob
  • The staff and Dr Brad were very pleasant and saw to it that I was very comfortable and the procedure was painless. Dr Brad very trustworthy he did just what he said he was doing and he quote the exact amount before he did the procedure. I would recommend Dr Brad and his staff.
    -Mike
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Dental Implants

A missing tooth can be a food trap when eating or a distraction when you smile. Are you afraid to smile fully as it may show that missing tooth? Dr. Jordan and his staff would love to discuss replacing this tooth with a dental implant. During this consultation, we will review your medical and dental history, take any x-rays that we think are appropriate, and examine your mouth to determine whether a dental implant is the right option for you.

What Is a Dental Implant?

Dental implants are posts made of titanium, which is one of the strongest metals on earth. This metal post is surgically placed into your jawbone. After the dental implant fuses with your jawbone over a period of 3-6 months, an artificial tooth is either cemented or screwed into the implant. 

Does Getting a Dental Implant Hurt?

Everyone experiences pain differently, but most of our patients have told us that they have less pain from the appointment when the dental implant is placed than when the tooth was removed.

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Can Dental Implants Hold Dentures in Place?

Dentures that move around can lead to sore gums, decreased chewing ability, or, even worse, a denture falling out in public. When dentures are anchored to dental implants, most of these annoyances and embarrassing moments go away. Schedule your appointment today with Lone Oak Dental to discuss implant-retained dentures. 

When you first meet us, we will examine your current dentures to see if the fit is adequate and to evaluate how much wear and tear they have been through. Sometimes we can use your old dentures, and in other cases, we will need to make new dentures. We will also take a panoramic x-ray, which looks at your jaw bones to determine where the implants can be placed.  

How Many Implants Are Needed for Dentures?

Depending on your goals and the amount of bone available, two to four implants should be placed for each denture. Two implants will prevent a denture from moving around, while four implants will make a denture very secure with minimal movement. 

Typically, two to four dental implants are placed in either the upper or lower arch. After a healing period of three to four months, the dentures will be attached to the implants, and the days of loose dentures should be over! 

If you have one or more missing teeth, dental implants should be your first choice to replace those teeth. One of the greatest advantages about dental implants is that they can’t get cavities. The success rate for dental implants is around 95%, and we expect implants to last 20 or more years with home care and professional cleanings. Contact Dr. Jordan’s team today to talk about implants!