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Dental Implants

Enjoy a natural-looking smile and all of the advantages that come with it.

Dental implants are the strongest, most reliable tooth replacements available today and are customized for comfort and functionality. Our expert team will ensure you have a stress-free experience and a lasting smile to prove it.

What are our patients saying?

“Dr. Ben Lawlor took the time to listen to my concerns, my past dental experiences elsewhere, and to make me feel 100% comfortable before he ever touched my tooth. An extraction and two dental implant placements with NO pain and almost no discomfort...This was hands down the best dental experience!”

How it Works

Meet Dr. Lawlor to have a 3D scan of the problem tooth.

A 3D surgical guide will be planned to ensure perfect placement.

The implant is placed in a simple visit.

Your jawbone will require a healing process of 4 to 6 months.

Once your crown is designed and ordered, it is placed and secured.

Learn more about dental implants.

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Qualified

Qualified

Dr. Ben Lawlor, DDS, FAGD, FICOI, LVIF, is a fellow with the College of Oral Implantologists and has been named one of America’s Top Dentists for three consecutive years.

Payment Options

Payment Options

We bill most dental insurances and accept credit cards or CareCredit as forms of payments. Unfortunately, we don’t accept MaineCare. Any questions? We’re here to help, just contact us.

Friendly

Friendly

Our office feels both familiar and inviting, our team is skilled and dedicated, and our approach promotes long-term solutions over emergency care with a no-judgment attitude!

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