Dental Implants

Dental implants are frames or metal posts that are surgically placed into your jawbone beneath the gums to hold a replacement bridge or tooth.

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General, Cosmetic, & Implant Dentistry located in Studio City, CA


Implants vs Bridgework

Implants are not dependent on adjacent teeth to get the necessary support. Since they feel and function like real teeth, they are additionally comfortable and greatly effective. You can speak in a natural way and apply extra chewing pressure without worrying about your other teeth getting damaged.

The Procedure

Dental implants appear and feel exactly like new teeth. They are used in place of your missing teeth. In this procedure, a titanium alloy screw is positioned surgically in your jawbone so as to create a strong base upon which the prosthetic tooth is placed. This is done in our clinic with a minor surgical procedure after the patient is administered a local anesthetic. With the passage of time, you’ll notice bone growing around the implant, eventually augmenting and fixing it to the neighboring bone.

Should You Go For Dental Implants

Even though studies done in the past have a success rate of 95%, they are not meant for every dental patient. To find out if you are an ideal candidate, you have to undergo a short test. This will determine whether you are fit for single, multiple or entire replacement.

Implant is the perfect treatment for replacing your missing tooth or immediately after a tooth is extracted. It plays the role of the root of the tooth, which is why it’s surgically placed within the bone. Following this, a crown is placed on the implant as the final act of restoring. If diagnosed and positioned in the right way, dental implants can work without any problems forever.

Dental implants are also used for stabilizing loose and poorly fitting full dentures. For more information, you can get in touch with our team at Alluna Dental. We will be more than pleased to answer all your queries.

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