Category: Dental Implants

Placing Your Dental Implants Using Advanced Technology

When we lose one or more of our teeth, this causes our oral health to suffer and could even impact our facial structure. To address missing teeth, and ensure your replacement option looks natural, we often opt for dental implants. In order to place them and ensure your new teeth absorbs daily bite forces, your… Read more »

Preparing Your Smile For A Dental Implant

For a single missing tooth, or for a smile missing all of its natural teeth, dental implants offer a more lifelike and longer lasting solution than bridges or removable dentures. But we must take a number of factors into account before we prescribe one. What does your Woodland Hills, CA, dentist take into account when… Read more »

The Benefits Of Guided Implant Placement

Placing one or more dental implants could help people with tooth loss enjoy a stunning new smile, one that looks great and restores function and health. But how do we place them? In today’s blog, we’re going to take a closer look at the technology we employ to address tooth loss, whether minor or severe…. Read more »

Can You Place Dental Implants Same Day?

When a Woodland Hills, CA, patient comes to us with missing teeth, we may suggest implant dentistry as a way to address the gaps in the smile. Often, placement requires two visits, with a 4-6 months in between these visits for the implant to bond with the jawbone. However, we also offer same day dental… Read more »

Preparing You For Dental Implant Placement

Because an incomplete smile can hurt your ability to bite and chew, and because it can be a serious blow to your confidence, prosthetic dentistry can be a big priority. By receiving a restoration supported by a dental implant, you can enjoy a prosthetic that benefits your appearance, while also improving your capacity for biting… Read more »

What Makes Dental Implants Special?

Every smile is unique, and therefore, every dental treatment should be uniquely tailored to match each patient’s needs and preferences. Some things, however, are universal. For instance, two patients may lose teeth for different reasons, but both will be faced with the consequences of tooth loss. Aside from the appearance of their smiles, those consequences… Read more »

The Good Thing About Dental Implants

When it comes to improving or restoring your smile, the more lifelike your treatment results, the better. That means not only mimicking natural tooth structure in appearance, but also reestablishing the vital functions of your teeth and oral structures. Dental implants, for instance, are the only way to replace the stimulation that your lost teeth… Read more »