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Dental Implants

Implants with Highest Success Rate !


Steps for Dental Implants

Benefits of Investing in Dental Implants:

* Custom designed implants look and feel like natural teeth
* Implants have natural look and with proper care they will last a
* Prevent shifting from adjacent teeth, which will cause
Periodontal disease and bone loss
* Gum disease can lead to heart disease
* You can eat, chew, speak without any discomfort
* Implants are fixed into your mouth.

The first step in the dental implants treatment  is a consultation with Dr. Truong, during which all possible tooth replacement options will be discussed. Dr. Truong has a vast knowledge of dental Implants and will customize your treatment. To be a good candidate for dental implants, you must have sufficient bone in the jaw to support the implants. Our digital 3D scan (less radiation than traditional X-rays) will allow us to determine if you are a good candidate. A dental implant is a titanium post ( like a tooth root) that is surgically positioned into your jawbone, beneath the gum line. Once implant is placed, patient returns to our office for custom-crafted abutment and crown that will look and feel like your natural teeth.

Why Consider Dental Implants?

  • Without the root structure of a natural tooth the jawbone can shrink making your face look older.
  • An implant is stable and comfortable. There are no loose parts
  • Implants will serve its owner for life.
  • Dental Implants LOOK and FEEL like natural teeth.
  • Dental implants help you eat, chew, smile, talk and look completely natural. This functionality imparts social, psychological and physical well-being.

When both the tooth and root are damaged, the best permanent replacement is a dental implant in conjunction with a ceramic/porcelain crown.
* implant
* abutment
* crown 

We never compromised on quality.  All implant parts are made by US companies in the US under strict FDA regulations. Each and every implant case is thoroughly reviewed and planned in the most advanced 3D X-rays scan and CAD/CAM technology for the most precise surgery and best outcome


What is a Dental Implant?

  • A dental implant is a small titanium screw secured in the jawbone that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth.
  • Titanium’s special property of fusing to bone allows the dental implant to stabilize the bone preventing bone loss and maintaining its shape and density
  • The implant serves as an anchor for the replacement tooth or teeth (single crowns, bridges or dentures)
  • Dental implants are surgically placed into the jaw. They can be placed in either the upper or lower jaw.
  • Due to the biocompatible properties of titanium, a dental implant fuses with the bone and becomes a good anchor for the replacement tooth.
  • Dental implants are solutions for replacing single or multiple missing teeth.


Dental Implants Preferred Over Dentures

Many of our patients  prefer permanent dental implants over traditional removable dentures for obvious reasons such as comfort, esthetic  and enhance quality of life. Dental implants are nearly indistinguishable from a patient’s natural teeth, unlike dentures which look artificial. While traditional dentures need to be removed nightly for cleaning, dental implants are a permanent tooth loss solution that require no additional maintenance outside of a good oral hygiene routine. Dental implants also allow patients to feel more comfortable while speaking and eating because implants are permanently affixed to the patient’s jaw and won’t shift or slip as with traditional dentures.

Please see All-on-4 Dental Implants for more information.


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