Dental Implants


Dental implants are an excellent way to replace missing teeth and provide a fixed option to removable partial or complete dentures.  The support and stability that implants provide are quite beneficial for these dental components.

Implant dentistry is artificial roots and teeth, frequently made of titanium, that a dentist will surgically insert into the upper or lower jaw bone.  The attached, natural-looking teeth regularly enhance or restore a patient's smile!

Dental implants are sturdy, long-lasting, and reliable. They may occasionally need to be tightened again or replaced owing to regular wear.

Reasons for Getting Dental Implants

-Replace a lost tooth or teeth without compromising the teeth next to it.

-Resolve joint discomfort or bite issues brought on by teeth sliding into a gap left by a missing tooth.

-Bring back a patient's confident smile.

-Restore speech, digestion, and chewing.

-Enhance or restore face tissues.

-Provide stability and comfort for a bridge or denture.

What Does Getting Dental Implants Involve?

A dental implant procedure needs numerous visits spread out over several months.

To determine the amount of bone, gum tissue, and space available for an implant, X-rays, and imprints (molds) of the jaw and teeth are taken.  The implant is surgically inserted into the bone while the area is numb and left to heal and integrate for up to six months.   The "post" that would hold the false tooth in place may need to be implanted using a different type of implant, necessitating a second procedure.  The post and anchor are already in situ and were implanted simultaneously as other implants.

The teeth implants are created and placed in the anchor's post section after several weeks of recovery have passed.  This process could take one to two months because multiple fittings are necessary.  After healing, the prosthetic teeth are firmly fastened to the implant, offering the patient superior stability and comfort.

Upon completion of your treatment, you will get instructions for aftercare.  Your new implant will last longer if you practice good oral hygiene, consume a healthy diet, and visit your dentist often.

For any inquiries about dental implants or to schedule a consultation with the experts, contact Patel Dental Care, the premier dental clinic in Chino, California. Dr. Rakesh Patel, D.D.S., and his team are dedicated to providing the best dental care. Experience exceptional dental services at Patel Dental Care and let Dr. Rakesh Patel address your orthodontic concerns with expertise and precision.

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