Incredible Dental Implants

Are missing or broken teeth hindering your ability to smile and eat? With dental implants, you can finally eat, feel, and live better again.

What are dental implants?


A dental implant consists of three parts: the titanium post, abutment, and crown. The process starts off with the titanium post fusing with the jawbone through a process called "osseointegration." Once healed, the abutment and crown are fitted onto the post, looking like natural teeth.


At Hillside Dental, Dr. Rosenberg and our highly skilled team have received the extra training to make sure your dental implant treatment is as pain-free as possible.

98% Success Rate!

The success rate of single dental implants has been reported in scientific literature as up to 98 percent.


"When I recommend the best dental implant solution for you, the implant will look and function like your natural tooth. You'll have the confidence and comfort to eat better and laugh again. Your successful implant will have you smiling…beautifully!"

— Dr. John Rosenberg

We are ready to help!

Our dental implants system in Tucson is minimally invasive, allowing you to spend less time in the dental chair.

Unlike traditional implants, our minimally-invasive dental implants system give you the same quality results with less discomfort.

Receive fewer appointments, saving you time and money.

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Avoid full surgery. Placing the implant takes 15 minutes with little to no post-operative pain.

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No more slipping dentures. Enjoy more stability.

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Have the ability to speak and chew again.


Read through our Dental Implant FAQs

At Hillside Dental, we offer 3 different implant procedures.

If you are missing one tooth, Dr. Rosenberg can do a single implant placement. Using minimally-invasive techniques, Dr. Rosenberg will place the post in the area of the missing tooth, followed by an abutment and crown. The result? A natural looking smile restored back to its form and function.

If you are missing several teeth in the same area as your mouth, fixed bridge would be the best implant procedure. Depending on the number of missing teeth, Dr. Rosenberg will place multiple implants in the appropriate areas and attach the replacement teeth. These implants will serve as a stable support for the bridge.

If all of your teeth are missing, a full-fixed denture would be the solution. A full denture is crafted and then attach to your implants, promoting full stability and function. This eliminates the worry of slipping or noisy dentures.

Dental implants are very competitive on cost, but it's well worth the investment. Implants look and function like your natural teeth, allowing you to keep them for almost a lifetime.

We do understand every financial situation is unique. We will work with you to make sure you are getting the right treatment needed at your own financial pace. To make your life easier, we do offer financing through CareCredit.

Our minimally-invasive dental implants consists of two phases: the surgical and restoration phase. The surgical phase is a minor, painless procedure where the titanium post is placed in approximately seven minutes. During this phase, we will make sure you are numb and even offer sedation dentistry.

For the restoration phase, we will place the crown or denture to complete the implant procedure. Again, we have many amenities to help you feel comfortable throughout the entire procedure.

Dental implants are long-lasting, even permanent restorations. However, this can only happen if you perform proper oral hygiene techniques - just like you would your normal teeth. This includes daily brushing, flossing, and regular dental exams.

Simply put, you get less healing time. Minimally-invasive implants use fewer dental tools and do not require large incisions into the gums, resulting in almost zero post-operative pain and faster healing times. Our patients consistently tell us they didn't experience any pain after the procedure.

With traditional techniques, this requires a specialist to make a large incision to open gum tissue, and then drill a hole into the jawbone where the implant will be placed. This usually results into longer appointments, longer healing times, and probably more post-operative pain.

Placing the implant takes as little as seven minutes to complete. This means that our minimally-invasive implant procedures can be completed in two appointments.

Do you have any more questions?

We would be happy to answer them.