Dental Implants in Ashburn

Restore Missing Teeth Permanently

If you’re missing one or more teeth, dental implants offer a permanent solution to restore the form and function of your smile.

30+ Year Lifespan
Simple to Clean & Maintain
Natural Look & Feel

Get Your Smile Back

As an experienced implant dentist, Dr. Gino can help you restore your smile if you’ve lost one or more teeth due to gum disease, tooth decay, or an oral injury.

Long Lifespan

Dental implants will last for 30+ years with proper oral hygiene and many patients keep their implant for the rest of their lives.

Look & Feel Natural

Your implant will never shift or move, and will look and feel just like a natural tooth.


Dental implants are more cost-effective than dentures or bridges due to their long lifespan and incredible durability.

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Missing a Tooth? Schedule Your Implant Consultation Today!

The Basics of Dental Implants

A dental implant consists of a small piece of titanium that will be implanted directly into your gums and jaw. Titanium is biocompatible, which means it has the unique ability to bond  permanently with the surrounding tissue.

Single-tooth implants are the most common type of dental implant. They use a single implant and a dental crown to restore one missing tooth. Mini implants are similar to single-tooth implants, but they are much smaller, so the placement process is less invasive.

The Implant Placement Process

The process begins with a comprehensive consultation, where Dr. Gino will develop your implant placement plan using x-rays* and digital imaging. At your next appointment, your implant will be placed.

Your placement appointment will begin by cleaning and numbing the treatment area. You can also be sedated, if you wish. Then, he will create a precise opening based on your placement plan to insert the implant in your gums and jaw bone. Next, he will clean the area and suture it closed.

You’ll then be sent home to heal and recover. The initial healing process takes only about 2 weeks, but it will take 3-6 months for your implant to full bond with your jaw bone.

*ADA CODE D0210 or D0272 or D0274

The Implant Restoration Process

After your implant has been placed, you’ll come in for several follow-up appointments to check your progress. During this time, Dr. Gino will take dental impressions and images of your mouth, and begin developing your implant restoration, (typically a dental crown).

Once your mouth has fully healed and your implant restoration has been created, Dr. Gino will check the implant restoration to ensure that it fits properly. Then, it will be bonded into place, completing the procedure.

The Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants have a long lifespan of 30+ years. They also do not require any special care beyond regular brushing and flossing, and routine oral exams and teeth cleanings*. In addition, your dental implants will look and feel completely natural and will never shift or move.
Dental implants help preserve your jaw bone and prevent bone resorption. Because they function like an artificial tooth root, they stimulate your jaw when you chew, eat and bite. This keeps your jaw strong after tooth loss.

*ADA CODE D1110 or D1120. Not Valid in cases of Periodontal Disease.

Dental Implants Frequently Asked Questions

Am I a Good Candidate for Dental Implants?

If you are missing one or more teeth but have a healthy mouth and strong jaw bone, dental implants may be right for you. To find out if you’re a good candidate, schedule a consultation with Dr. Gino today! During this visit, he will assess your smile to determine whether your jaw and gums are healthy enough to support an implant.