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Dental Implants

Tooth loss can have a serious negative impact on your self-confidence, dental function, and long-term oral health.

Dr. Mark L. Newey can replace missing teeth with dental implants at our Clearfield, UT, practice.

Why choose dental implants over traditional tooth restorations?

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a revolutionary treatment where we place a titanium implant in gums. The implant fuses to your jawbone and becomes part of your oral anatomy. When it heals, it is topped with a custom-made restoration, repairing the gap in your smile and restoring your dental function. 
Image showing how the implant is placed in the jawbone, how an abutment is attached to the implant, and how a crown is secured to the abutment

Do You Have Missing Teeth? Contact Our Clearfield, UT, Office Today

Dental implants are a superior option for replacing missing teeth. Whether you're missing one tooth or several teeth on your upper and lower dental arches, Dr. Newey can fill the gaps in your smile with titanium implants. Crowns, bridges, and dentures can all be anchored by implants, giving you a more secure bite than traditional prosthetics. 

Our Utah dental surgery office is open Monday through Friday. Request a consultation today or call:


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Brooke Miller


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Dr. Newey was amazing! He made sure to answers all of our questions and go over my son's care instructions with us. He was very professional and personable. His staff was great! My son was very nervous and Dr. Newey helped put him at ease. We had a great experience here.

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So glad I found this dental surgeon! I had to get a tooth removed and the process went smooth. He was very straight forward and made the decision easy. If I ever need to get another procedure done, Dr. Newey is who I will go see!

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Trust Our Doctor With Your Dental Implants Dr. Newey Specializes in Complex Oral Surgery

Like any complicated procedure, It is important to be selective when it comes to your dental implant provider. Unlike most general dentists, Dr. Mark L. Newey has undergone additional years of education and training to provide advanced oral surgery. When you undergo treatment at The Oral & Facial Surgery Center in Utah, you get access to every phase of your dental implant procedure under one roof. We use state-of-the-art technology to diagnose your oral condition, place implants, and craft custom restorations, ensuring successful results and your satisfaction.

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Debbie Osuna

May, 2021

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Five stars is not enough they deserve more than five stars. Dr.Newey and his staff goes above and beyond to help their patients feel comfortable, and important. Dr. Newey and his staff truly cares for his patients. I would HIGHLY recommend them to anybody. Thank you all so much!

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Karen Roberson


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Both of my kids received excellent care here. My oldest son had his wisdom teeth taken out. My youngest son had multiple procedures (extractions, chain anchors, bone graft, implant). Dr. Newey and his staff are so knowledgeable and attentive every step of the way. Can't praise them enough!

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Contact The Oral & Facial Surgery Center

Dr. Newey has devoted his entire professional career to superior dentistry, helping patients throughout Utah smile confidently once again. If you are considering dental implants, there is no better place than The Oral & Facial Surgery Center. Get started on your treatment today by scheduling a consultation at our Clearfield, UT, dentist's office

Give us a call at:

(801) 825-1116

Now that you understand the advantages of dental implants, learn how to qualify for treatment.

Dental Implant Candidacy

Our Clearfield patients must meet a few requirements in order to be a candidate for dental implants.

Dental Health

Other than tooth loss, you should be in good dental health — free of infection and periodontal disease. Your dentist may recommend extractions if you have extensive tooth decay to give you a better foundation for your dental implants.

Bone Density

Since the jawbone stabilizes implants, patients must have sufficient bone density. If long-term tooth loss has caused jaw recession, we offer a preliminary bone graft procedure to supplement your oral tissues.

Overall Health

Remember, implant surgery is only recommended for those healthy enough to undergo the procedure. If you are a smoker or have certain medical conditions like uncontrolled diabetes, you may be better suited for traditional restorative dentistry. 

If You Have Low Jawbone Density Bone Grafting Can Restore Your Candidacy

If you lack sufficient bone tissue in your jaw to support titanium dental implants, Dr. Newey in Clearfield can perform bone grafting to restore your candidacy for this solution. During this procedure (sometimes called ridge augmentation), grafting material is used to build up recessed areas. Once the graft integrates with your jaw, it will be able to support dental implants.

If you have experienced bone tissue loss in your upper jaw between the molars and premolars, or if your sinus membranes lay too close to the treatment site, you can undergo a sinus lift to become eligible for implants. The sinus lift gently elevates the sinus membrane, making room for the jaw to safely accommodate implants without disturbing these soft tissues.

An illustration of how a bone graft can improve the success of dental implant treatment

"I feel I have received the best care here!!" Why Our Patients Love Us


Alana Owens


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I cannot say enough good things about this office and staff... Every person I had a interaction with from the front office staff to the doctor were more than competent. Dr. Newey and Kristy went above and beyond to insure that I was taken care of.  I had a awful experience with my implants from another doctor and he had to remove them, do bone grafts and then a new implant.  I would never go anywhere else!!!

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Dory Stevens

December, 2020

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This will have been the third time I have been back to Dr. Newey’s office for dental implants. I not only like Dr. Newey’s experience & expertise but the professionalism of his staff is the best. The phone calls before the appointments with reminders of what to bring or do have been great. The cleanliness of the office is phenomenal. I feel I have received the best care here!!

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Implant-Supported Dentures
are Superior to Traditional Dentures

While removable dentures continue to become more comfortable and lifelike with better technology, implant-supported dentures are still the best choice for those who meet the requirements. Implants from our Clearfield, UT, office have many important advantages over removable dentures, such as: 

Incredible Stability

Removable dentures rely on suction and mild adhesive materials to stay in place. With implant-supported dentures, you don't have to worry about slippage. These dentures are attached to the jawbone, just like natural teeth, virtually eliminating any risk of them shifting out of place. 

Better Oral Health

The titanium posts stimulate tissue in the jawbone, helping it to stay healthy and strong. The jawbone loses stimulation when you lose a tooth, leading to bone atrophy. Traditional dentures can't stop bone atrophy; as a result, they need constant adjustment to achieve a proper fit. Implant dentures require far fewer adjustments.

Improved Overall Health and Speech

Since removable dentures are unstable, they may steer you away from foods like raw vegetables and fruit. But with implant dentures, you will be able to chew any foods you want, giving you easy access to a nutritious diet. Implant dentures also make enunciation much easier, so you can feel confident when speaking.
If you have traditional dentures, it's absolutely worth considering an upgrade to implant dentures. Dr. Newey is happy to show you how implants can improve your quality of life at his Clearfield office.

Is Dental Implant Placement Painful?

No. Before your procedure at his Clearfield practice, Dr. Newey will numb the treatment site and make sure you are comfortable. Our doctor is certified in anesthesia, allowing him to provide optimum comfort during your surgery. We also have a variety of sedation options that can ease any pain or anxiety. 

Dental Implant Treatment

The intricate design of dental implants requires a more complex procedure than traditional restorations. Expect to attend multiple appointments at our Clearfield, UT, practice over several months to complete the following steps of treatment:

Qualifying patients can receive single-stage implants that combine the implant and abutment surgeries and shorten the overall length of treatment.
Qualifying patients can receive single-stage implants that combine the implant and abutment surgeries and shorten the overall length of treatment.


We first evaluate your candidacy for dental implants at a consultation. Our practice uses 3-D CT scanning technology to capture and inspect a 360-degree view of your oral structures. Using these comprehensive digital images, your dentist creates a custom treatment plan to ensure the most accurate and successful results. 


The next step is a surgical procedure to place the implants. Dr. Newey will make incisions in the gums and strategically insert the small titanium posts in the jaw. Once they are carefully positioned, the incisions are closed with sutures.


Over the next four to six months, the implants fuse to your jawbone in a process known as osseointegration. Once you completely recover, we will schedule an appointment to place the abutments. 


During this procedure, we attach abutment pieces to each titanium implant. Abutments provide a secure point of connection to fix your implant-supported crown, bridge, or denture in place. After giving your gums a few weeks to heal, you will be ready for your permanent dental restoration.


We send your impressions and restoration designs to our trusted dental lab, where the prosthetic teeth are made to fit you to our exact specifications. During the last phase of treatment, we attach the implant-supported crown, bridge, or denture to your implants, and you are set with a brand new smile.

Are There Any Risks Involved With Dental Implants?

Like any surgery, dental implant placement involves risks. These include:

  • Implant failure
  • Infection
  • Nerve damage
  • Sinus damage

The surest way to reduce these risks is to choose a dental professional who has a track record of satisfied patients and the skill to safely perform oral surgery.

Dr. Newey and his team have placed implants for many satisfied patients, providing outstanding treatment in complete comfort and safety. This approach has brought favorable reviews and praise about our Utah dental office. Come see for yourself why patients choose the Oral & Facial Surgery Center in Clearfield for their dental implants.

Dental Implant Surgery Can Change Your Life

Living with just one missing tooth can make speaking and chewing more difficult. If you have multiple missing teeth, the functionality of your mouth is likely greatly compromised. Fortunately, dental implants can give you virtually the same level of function, health, and confidence that a full set of healthy natural teeth provide.

With dental implants, you can eat the foods you love and speak with clarity. Aren't you ready to stop worrying about your compromised smile and start enjoying delicious meals and conversations with friends? Request a consultation with Dr. Newey at his Clearfield office to learn more about how this milestone in dentistry can benefit you.

Call (801) 825-1116

"Dr. Newey and staff are hands-down fabulous."


Mitzi Pugh


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Dr. Newey and staff are hands down fabulous. I have jaw issues and they assured me that I would do great. I have more procedures upcoming, my mind is at ease with this team.

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Dave Wood


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Dr. Newey and his staff are great! I had never had Surgery before and they made me so comfortable through the whole process. Thanks so much!

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See The Difference Implants Make

Our Clearfield patients can dramatically transform their appearance and self-confidence with dental implants. Our goal is to provide safe, effective implant surgery complemented by stunning custom restorations that look indistinguishable from natural teeth. 

These are images of one of Dr. Newey's patients, both before dental implants and after. Dr. Newey performed implant placement to create a stable, long-lasting foundation for a custom implant denture.
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Getting the Most From Your Implants

Your dental implants will last a lifetime if given the proper care. Restorations supported by implants can last 10 to 15 years. To get the most out of your implants, our office recommends these tips:

Use a Soft-Bristled Toothbrush

This style of toothbrush will gently clean your teeth without using harsh abrasive materials. Brush your teeth twice a day and be sure to scrub around your prosthetic. 

Floss Daily

Plaque can build around a prosthetic in areas where a toothbrush cannot reach. Make sure to floss once a day, including around your prosthetic. 

Avoid Damaging Your Prosthetic

While dental implants have no restrictions on what foods you can eat, your prosthetics can be damaged by hard or sticky foods. Be careful when it comes to eating foods that can compromise the functionality of your prosthetics. 

Advanced Surgical Techniques for Streamlined Treatment

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Dr. Newey takes advantage of innovative surgical techniques to condense your treatment timeline when possible. For example, we often place implants on the same day of your preparatory dental work if you have tooth decay and need extractions. Certain qualifying patients can also receive single-stage implants that combine the implant and abutment surgeries and shorten the overall length of treatment.

If being without teeth for a substantial amount of time is a concern, Dr. Newey can provide a temporary restoration to fill the gaps in your smile, allowing you to maintain dental function throughout osseointegration. Our Clearfield practice strives to make treatment as convenient as possible without compromising on high-quality results.

The Cost of Dental Implant Placement

Our Clearfield, Utah, office strives to deliver quality care at a reasonable cost to our patients. Generally, payment is due at the time service is rendered, unless other arrangements have been made.

Factors like the number of implants placed and the type of restoration you select will affect the cost of treatment. Since every treatment plan is personalized, there are no fixed prices for every patient.

Basic dental insurance doesn't cover implants. Most plans will cover at least part of the cost of your replacement teeth and contribute to paying for preparatory work.

For convenience, we accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover. We also accept CareCredit®, which allows you to pay for your treatment in low-interest and interest-free installments.

"I would never go anywhere else!"

"I cannot say enough good things about this office and staff... Every person I had a interaction with from the front office staff to the doctor were more than competent... I had a awful experience with my implants from another doctor and he had to remove them, do bone grafts and then a new implant. I would never go anywhere else!!! Laney
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The Oral & Facial Surgery Center

Dr. Mark L. Newey has been in private practice since 2005. He combines his advanced training with the latest in technology to optimize results for all his patients. Dr. Newey is a member of several prestigious professional organizations, including the: 

  • American Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons 
  • American Society of Dental Anesthesiologist
  • Utah Dental Association 
  • Weber District Dental Association

To request a consultation with Dr. Newey at our state-of-the-art office, request an appointment online or reach us by phone.

Call Us: (801) 825-1116

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