Dental Implants

Dentist in Trinity, FL

Dental implants are a safe, durable replacement for missing teeth. Dental implants function and appear like natural teeth. Trinity Dental Arts is committed to ensuring your optimal comfort and quality care. We use the latest techniques to ensure efficient, stress-free treatment.

Dental implants may be paired with replacement crowns for full tooth replacement. They may also be used to anchor dentures. Dr. Xhoana Gjelaj will recommend your teeth replacement plan based on your individual needs and preferences.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants are an aesthetic, effective solution for tooth loss. There are many great benefits to choosing dental implants. Dental implants can:

  • Restore your smile
  • Improve your oral health
  • Improve your speech
  • Improve comfort
  • Improve function
  • Protect healthy bone structure
  • Provide a long-term tooth replacement solution


There are several factors that Dr. Xhoana Gjelaj will consider before recommending dental implants. Some of these include:

  • Adequate bone support to anchor the implant
  • Healthy gum tissue
  • Sinus and nerve location
  • Overall health, including any chronic illnesses

In some cases, Dr. Xhoana Gjelaj may recommend advance treatment for your upper or lower jaw. Your individual plan is based on your unique needs and goals for your healthy smile.

Be sure to let us know about any medications you are taking. Your health and safety are paramount.

To see if dental implants may be right for you, contact Trinity Dental Arts for a consultation.

Cost and Benefits of Dental Implants

What do dental Implants Cost?

The cost of a dental implant or implants will vary based on which teeth are being restored and how many. For example, front teeth are often more difficult to restore with implants, and special custom parts are needed that are more expensive. Sometimes bone grafting or a sinus lift is needed prior to the implant placement, adding surgical procedures to the treatment.

In Florida, single tooth implant treatment for a molar, including surgery to place the implant and the prosthetic restoration on top of the implant, ranges around $4500-$6,000. This total cost can go up if bone grafting is required or you have an infection in the bone or gum tissue.

If you compare and find fees that are unusually low, it could mean lower quality non-brand implant parts, offshore labs, and inexperienced doctors are involved.

Dr. Gjelaj is highly trained and experienced in all aspects of implant dentistry and performs the entire procedure herself. She is also Double-Board Certified Implantologist (DICOI and DABOI). From your very first consultation to the creation and final placement of your implant crown, everything will be done here in our office. She also performs any needed procedures to ensure a successful implant such as a bone graft or sinus lift. Because you are not sent to another office for surgery, she is fully familiar with your entire oral health condition, and she can pass on cost savings due to her in-office Galileos 3D CT-Scan imaging and in-office CEREC CAD/CAM milling technology. Not only do her patients benefit from the efficiencies of one doctor performing all procedures with the latest technology, but they also benefit from the precision. Best results are ensured.

The cost of implant treatment may seem like a lot until you consider the following:

  1. The benefits of the implant restoration,

  2. The long term potential cost savings of an implant over a removable bridge or denture, and

  3. The various stages and materials involved in the treatment.


Your investment in a dental implant gives you biting strength and stability. It also:

  • Helps prevent bone loss,

  • Helps keep teeth from shifting,

  • Helps keep your bite correctly aligned,

  • Helps prevent wear on your remaining teeth — and

  • Helps prevent changes in your facial structure.


Dental implants have an extremely high success rate today – over 98%. They are also surprisingly affordable when compared to the common eventual need to replace your prosthesis if you wear a bridge or partial denture. Because your jaw bone, gum tissue and bite are healthier with an implant, and because an implant eliminates the potential of damaging surrounding teeth when a bridge or partial denture are inserted and removed daily for cleaning, etc., you are maintaining better oral health that can preserve your natural teeth, eliminate more extensive dentistry, and also improve the overall health of your body.


Replacing a missing or injured tooth or teeth with dental implants involves a series of steps:

  1. Diagnostic workup, including imaging,

  2. Implant and other materials selection based on your oral health circumstances,

  3. Bone grafting or sinus lift, if required, to establish sufficient bone, followed by a period of healing,

  4. The placement of the implant in the jawbone, followed by a period of healing, as the bone grows around the implant, anchoring it firmly,

  5. The placement of an abutment to connect the implant to the prosthesis,

  6. Gum healing around the abutment,

  7. Design and manufacture of your custom prosthesis — crown, bridge or denture (in the case of multiple missing teeth),

  8. The placement of the prosthesis on the abutment, and

  9. Any needed adjustment of the prosthesis.

In addition to the doctor’s training, knowledge, skills, and judgment, you will be paying for the time spent on diagnostic workup and the clinical procedures, the implant materials, the prosthesis materials and the lab time fabricating your restoration.


Dr. Gjelaj is a Fellow of the Misch International Implant Institute, Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, Diplomate of American Board of Oral Implantology, and Master of the Academy of General Dentistry. She focuses on quality treatment and results. She wants her patients to be fully satisfied. She wants their exquisite dentistry to predictably last. This is why patients drive from long distances to have her replace their missing and injured teeth.


Dr. Gjelaj offers a complimentary consultation with imaging.

  • Free Consultation

  • Free 3D CT Scan of Jaw and Teeth

  • Free Intraoral Photos

  • Learn about the procedure.

  • Find out what is possible for you!

Dr. Gjelaj is offering this at no-charge.  If you went elsewhere for all of this, it could easily cost you $700 or more for the imaging and consultation.

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