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Dental Implant Therapy
Portland, OR

We know that a lot of our Portland patients have questions about dental implants. We have general information below, dental implant FAQ and dental implant videos.

Why Replace Missing Teeth?


Your teeth perform many important tasks. They enable you to bite and chew a wide array of different foods. The teeth help to break down the foods you eat so that your body can more easily digest it. The teeth control airflow and provide a surface for your tongue to hit, allowing you to speak properly. They provide you with your beautiful, confident smile. The teeth also play a significant role in the health and strength of your jawbone.

When you suffer tooth loss, all of these functions, and more are affected. Replacing your missing teeth helps to restore the functions of your missing teeth, as well as the aesthetics of your smile and face. With dental implants, replacing your missing teeth can also stop and prevent the bone loss that occurs after tooth loss, helping to keep your jawbone strong.

Are dental implants for me?


Your teeth are important. They affect your speech, your bite and your confidence. Missing teeth is a problem. Besides the problem you can see, there are problems from missing teeth that you may not. A missing tooth immediately starts to affect the jaw bone, without the stimulation of your tooth the bone actually begins to shrink. The surrounding teeth begin to shift. These changes will cause your mouth, and subsequently your face, to look older.

A dental implant is a titanium fixture that is implanted in the jaw. It can replace a single tooth or it can be a support for a bridge or a denture. With dental implants, the gradual deterioration that takes place in your jawbone from missing teeth is slowed or eliminated.

What is the process for installing dental implants?


Dental implants become more then an implant, it becomes part of you. We use biocompatible titanium screws which Dr. Radakovich places into your jaw bone and with a healing time of about 3 – 6 months a process called osseointegration occurs. Osseoinegration means that this is now permanent. The implant is then uncovered from its temporary cap and Dr. Radakovich places a crown onto the implant. You now have a strong, durable tooth that looks, feels and acts like a natural tooth. We have seen great success with dental implants.

Dental implant and a crown. Dental Implants and a dental bridge. Dental implants as an anchor for dentures.


Am I a candidate for dental implants?


Anyone in reasonable health and missing one or more teeth may be a candidate for a dental implant. At your information appointment at our Portland office, we will discuss any health concerns along with examine your bone structure and review radiographs. Most of our patients are potential candidates for dental implants.

What is the success rate of dental implants?


Diagram showing an implant vs. a tooth.Dental Implants have been very successful. Our patients have been thrilled with the results of looking and feeling better. Most studies show success rates over 90%. Dental Implants off many advantages over conventional methods. Because they are strong and permanent, they are both functional and aesthetic.

Does Dental Implant Surgery hurt?


Placing Dental Implants is a surgical procedure. Surgical procedures do have their discomforts, but most patients have described the pain as being less painful than having a tooth extracted. We perform this procedure with either local anesthetic or intravenous sedation. Dr. Radakovich will discuss your options with you.

During the 3-6 months after the Implant is placed, will I go without teeth?


Dr. Radakovich will discuss temporary cap placement with you. In most instances, temporary teeth can be worn during the healing period.

Learn more about dental implants



Schedule your dental implant appointment


For more information, or if you'd like to schedule an appointment at our Portland office, please give us a call at (503) 455-4673.


Serving NE Portland & the greater Portland area


•  Beaverton
•  Hollywood
•  Inner NE Portland
•  Laurelhurst
•  Mt. Tabor
•  Gresham
•  NE Portland
•  North Tabor
•  Rose City Park
•  Sunnyside
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Office Location:

Joseph J. Radakovich, DMD
Providence Professional Plaza Building
5050 NE Hoyt St, Suite 322
Portland, OR 97213
Phone: 503-455-4673 Fax: 503-230-0344

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Monday: 9AM to 3PM
Tuesday: 9AM to 3PM
Wednesday: 9AM to 2PM
Thursday: 9AM to 3PM
Friday: currently by appointment only

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