Dental implants can provide optimum restoration for San Francisco, CA area patients missing teeth
San Francisco, CA area patients are often very self-conscious about their smiles. They understand that a smile affects first impressions and can make or break a meeting with a new individual, whether it is a client, a prospective date, or a friend. Drs. Sambhav Jain, Arpana Gupta, and Shivani Gupta can help these patients in repairing their smiles when they are faced with tooth loss.
Tooth loss can occur due to many things, including trauma, disease, or extraction. Adult smiles in which all of the teeth have emerged can be permanently affected by tooth loss. This is why the team at the Center for Implant Dentistry will encourage patients to speak to a dental professional about repairing the smile in an effective and affordable manner. For many patients who have lost a single tooth, dental implants may be highly recommended.
Dental implants are made from titanium and implanted into the jawbone. By doing this, the implant can stimulate osseointegration which is the growth of the jawbone around the restoration for stability. The implant can then be completed with a crown, dental bridge, or even a denture. This all depends on the needs of the patient and his or her specific situation. Patients who are appropriate candidates for the placement of dental implants are those with a healthy mouth with sufficient bone structure to ensure successful results from treatment. Without enough bone, the implant may fail and patients may need to consider alternative solutions or discuss the possibility of bone grafting.
Drs. Sambhav Jain, Arpana Gupta, and Shivani Gupta of the Center for Implant Dentistry offer San Francisco, CA area patients this and many other technologically advanced ways of repairing the smile. If you live in the area and are interested in finding out more about implants and other restorations, contact our team today to book a consultation visit and examination. We provide some of the most modern technologies for replacing missing teeth including 3D CT scan machines, guided implant surgery, virtual surgical planning, and computer aided design and manufacturing.