Missing teeth can undermine your quality of life, making even simple tasks like chewing and speaking challenging at times.
At Smile Montreal, Drs. Charles and Patrick Casey can replace missing teeth with high-quality dental implants.
Learn how you can invest in your oral health with dental implants...
"Dr. C. was very approachable, compassionate and thorough..."
My family and I visited Smile Montreal for a consultation. The building was clean and inviting. The staff members were polite, professional and extremely pleasant. Dr C. was very approachable, compassionate and thorough. I would definitely recommend this place. Thanks guys.View On Google
A family run office that has been in business for over 50 years. Both Father and Son Dentists, as well as their Hygienists are professional and remain on the cutting edge of technology. Everyone is caring and friendly. Highly recommended.View On Google
Tooth Loss Is a Common Issue
Restore the Function and Appearance of Your Teeth at Smile Montreal
Drs. Charles and Patrick Casey have extensive training and experience in the fields of cosmetic and restorative dentistry. We receive patients from Canada and around the world who are looking for quality dental implant treatment that will last a lifetime.
At our dental practice in Montreal, QC, we customize your surgery from start to finish using cutting-edge digital technology. We provide optimal implants and can even combine treatments for a comprehensive full mouth reconstruction. To schedule a consultation to discuss the course of implant treatment, contact Smile Montreal online today or call:
A Long-Lasting Investment in Your Smile
The upfront cost of dental implants is typically higher than that of other restorations. However, because they are more durable and long-lasting than other options, implants are well worth the investment. Although the restorations will likely need replacement over the years, dental implants will typically last the rest of your life with proper care. You will simply need to brush, floss, and use mouthwash daily, just as you would for your natural teeth.
Is it important to attend regular check-ups and cleanings following implant treatment. While your restoration will not be subject to decay, gum disease could eventually cause the metal posts to become exposed. Continuing to practice good oral care will ensure healthy long-lasting results for years to come.
Advanced Techbology for Superior Implants
Our Montreal office utilizes the most up-to-date dental implant techniques and materials available. We are one of the few practices in Canada currently using the cutting-edge i-CAT® system to analyze and pinpoint the location of the implant sites. The i-CAT® system is similar to a regular CAT scan, although it produces detailed oral diagnostics without subjecting patients to uncomfortable conditions. The implant procedure at Smile Montreal is more precise and less invasive to the patient, increasing long-term success.
We also work with nSequence® labs, the leader in surgical guides for implant dentistry, to precisely plan and perform your treatment with your unique final restoration in mind. These dental restorations - porcelain crown, dental bridge, or implant-supported dentures - are crafted with the highest quality materials that look virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth.
"His staff is super friendly and extremely helpful."
Amazing experience! A very dedicated and friendly staff. Educational and pleasant visit. I am not a fan of going to the dentist and they made sure I was comfortable in every way. Would highly recommend.View On Google
Dr. Casey is very knowledgeable about all kinds of dental treatments as well aesthetically an awesome job has been done. Always my questions are answered 100%. His staff is super friendly and extremely helpful.View On Google
What to Expect during Your Treatment
"The implants stay in place permanently, so they will look and act like your natural teeth."
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Alternatives to Dental Implants
Dental implants may not always be the best option for a patient. When it comes to tooth replacement, there typically are three options: a removable dental appliance, such as a complete denture or partial denture; a dental bridge; or a dental implant. Dentures are removable and secured in place with the aid of an adhesive, while traditional bridges necessitate a healthy adjacent tooth or teeth for support. However, while dentures and bridges are typically less expensive, most patients find dental implants to be worth the investment for their added convenience and natural-looking results.