Tooth Implant Procedure


Tooth Implant Procedure :

Dental implants are one alternative to permanently replace one or more missing teeth or teeth that need extensive work. Are you considering having a tooth implant? Dental implants can correct bad teeth, missing teeth, gum disease, falling teeth, and/or bad breath. We understand you may have questions regarding this procedure. Here are some are some facts regarding tooth implant procedures, and what you can expect.

Your first appointment will be spent with X-Rays and a mouth examination. Your dental implant specialist will determine your individual needs and discuss your medical history before introducing treatment options.  If you are a good candidate for dental implants, depending on what you need this could take as little as a few weeks or as long as 9 months. While the treatment is safe, it involves a team of dental experts for this restorative procedure,

A trip to our dental offices in Pleasanton or Fremont will determine if you’re a good candidate for dental implants. We will access your oral health, discuss your medical history, and go over your personal situation and discuss your treatment options. If we feel you’re a good fit for implants you need to know this isn’t a quick fix, but in the end you will feel confident with new teeth and the smile you’ve been wanting.

Once you receive dental implants, they are permanent and will feel just like your own natural teeth. In time, you might even forget your implant(s) are not your own teeth. Your dental implants will look so natural no one will know they aren’t your own teeth. Dental implants are one of the most cost-effective ways to restore missing teeth and out a smile on your face.  Once you have something to smile about, you will need to properly care for your new teeth. Good oral hygiene is important as well as regular brushing and flossing.


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