Visit Our Fashion Island Dental Office for the Entire Implant Procedure

Getting dental implants is a big decision, because it is a lengthy process that requires surgery in your mouth. In some cases, patients go to different dentists to get dental implants in an effort to save some money. However, if the dentist that performed your dental implant the first time did a good job, it is advised that you get all your implants done at the same dental office.

Dental implants at Fashion Island dental office

Having dental implants put into your mouth can take a few weeks or months, depending on how many teeth you are getting replaced, which is why it is important to get all the work done at the same dental office. One of the reasons this is recommended is because the dentist who put in the first implant is familiar with your mouth, making it easier for them to finish what they started.

What dental implant procedures can I undergo?

The dental implant procedure you undergo depends on how many teeth you want to replace and your budget. Here are some of the most common procedures you can undergo at our dental office.

Single tooth implants

If you have a single missing tooth or a damaged tooth, you can get dental implants to replace the tooth. Your dentist will numb your gums, then place a titanium post into your jawbone. Your dentist will wait several weeks for your jawbone to properly heal before putting the artificial tooth in place. If your jawbone is too soft or is not thick enough, you might need bone grafting before the implant can be put in place.

Full mouth implants

This is done when you lose most of your teeth, allowing you to eat comfortably and smile in public again. Your dentist will pull your remaining teeth and replace them with implants known as hybrid denture dental implants. These are dentures placed on implants and are used to replace your missing teeth. Since it is impossible to replace all your missing teeth with dental implants without destroying your jawbone, this is one of the most effective ways to replace all your missing teeth.

Your dentist will use the same titanium post used in the single tooth implants as artificial tooth roots to stimulate bone growth in your jaws, which helps you retain your facial structure. The artificial teeth are then held in place by a bar that has been fixed permanently in your mouth. The artificial teeth used on the dentures look like your natural teeth, making it difficult for people to know you have implants in your mouth.

With full mouth implants, the procedure can take up to six months, but the end results make it worth the wait. Unlike dentures, the implants fit perfectly in your mouth and are secured in place, meaning they will not slip out while you are eating or talking.

Conclusion

Getting dental implants is a procedure that requires a lot of time and trust between a patient and their dentist, which is why you should get all your dental procedures done in the same dental office. If you are interested in getting implants, give us a call and let us help you get started.

Request an appointment here: https://dentistryofnewportbeach.com or call Newport Beach Dentistry at (949) 202-0028 for an appointment in our Newport Beach office.

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