Dental Implants in Oshawa, Ontario

A dental implant is a titanium post that’s surgically placed beneath your gum’s surface, in your jaw. Once securely set into place, a period of healing is required, to take advantage of titanium’s unique bonding properties. After new bone has developed and fused and integrated with your implant, your prosthetic can be used to securely anchor a restoration (such as a crown, bridge, or denture) in place.

3D illustration of how dental implants with a bridge are attached to the jaw.Your dental implant surgery will be done in our Oshawa practice, where we offer a variety of sedation options to keep you comfortable.

Replacement Solutions

With one or more dental implants, we can securely anchor your…

  • Single Crown Restoration
  • Dental Bridge
  • Full Arch Denture

If you already wear dentures, but suffer from a poor fit, we may be able to retrofit your appliance to snap into a new set of dental implants.

Without proper oral hygiene, it is possible for the implant to fail, due to peri-implantitis infections. Fortunately, a well-maintained implant has about a 98% success rate, with 2% of implants failing due to infection, faulty placement, or unknown reasons.

Alternative Options

Woman smiling and biting on a fork is not worried because she got perfectly installed dental implants.Have you been told that you have too little jaw bone material, to be a good candidate for traditional implants? At Dr. Gold’s Source Dental, we also offer mini-implants to support your restoration. This petite version of traditional implants allows us to offer an alternative, yet durable, retainment option for your prosthetic smile.

Paying For Dental Implants

Our Oshawa team is happy to work with you to find a payment plan that works for you and your budgeting needs. We work with DentoPlan, a 3rd party lender, to make affording your new implants easier. Call our office to schedule your dental implant consultation today.

At Dr. Gold’s Source Dental, there are two programs of treatment with Invisalign. If your teeth need only mild correction, you could possibly only need 10 trays, or 20 weeks of treatment. A more moderate treatment would need more trays and could extend up to a year or two.


OSHAWA CENTRE (West Entrance) 419 King St W, Unit 2180 B Oshawa, Ontario L1J 2K5 CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS