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Dental Implants Lawndale, CA

The best option to replace missing teeth

If you have missing teeth you know the deep emotional impact tooth loss can have. Missing teeth damages our self-confidence in social and professional settings, makes it harder to eat in public, and sometimes even makes us feel embarrassed to smile in front of loved ones.

Missing teeth aren’t only a cosmetic or emotional concern but can cause many oral health problems, including:

  • shifting of remaining teeth
  • tooth decay
  • gum disease
  • tissue and bone loss.
  • changes in your ability to bite, chew and speak.

Dental implants may be the best long-lasting, natural looking and feeling option to replace your missing teeth.

 

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Success story

I didn’t know about implants before visiting Bay Dental Center. An implant was the best option to replace my missing tooth because it didn’t require damaging other teeth. The Doctor was very gentle and I didn’t experience any pain while getting the implant done. Their price was reasonable; other places charge a lot more. The Doctor and staff are very good and trustworthy so I had a great experience with them and it was the best decision to have an implant. S.G.

 

Learning More About Dental Implants

When your teeth become damaged, sometimes your dentist has no choice but to remove them. This is where dental implants come into play. These are artificial teeth that replace missing or damaged teeth. Implants are rooted into your jaw, which makes them stronger than other tooth replacement options. In general, there are two types of dental implants:

Endosteal

This is a type of implant that goes into the bone of your jaw. Each implant can hold one or more artificial teeth. Endosteal implants are usually used for removable dentures or for people with bridges.

Subperiosteal

This type of implant is placed on top of the jaw. To hold the artificial teeth in place, it uses a metal framework that protrudes out of the gums. This method is usually reserved for people who have minimal bone height and are unable to wear more conventional dentures.

Factors to Consider Before Getting Dental Implants

Only your dentist can determine if dental implants are right for you. In fact, there are a lot of factors that you and your dentist must consider first. Some of the most important factors include:

• The location of your missing teeth,
• The quality and strength of your jawbone
• Your overall health
• The cost
• Your overall preference

Individual Placement

Unlike dental bridges, which require an artificial tooth to be secured into place using two neighboring teeth as anchors, dental implants are placed directly into the jawbone using individual titanium posts to anchor them.. This is ideal if you only have one missing tooth among many healthy ones, or if you have more than one missing or broken tooth on different sides of the mouth because you do not have to involve adjacent teeth to replace the one that needs attention.

Low-Maintenance

If you’ve considered other dental restoration options, you probably know that dental appliances sometimes require additional maintenance beyond normal brushing and flossing. However, with dental implants, this is not the case! After your implant has been placed, you may brush and floss as you normally would, with little extra maintenance required other than flossing more carefully around the base of the implant. Since dental implants require such little special care, you may forget you even have one at all!

Built to Last

Dental implants are placed directly into the jaw using a special titanium post, so you can be sure your implant will  remain sturdy, durable and strong for years. A lab-created dental crown that matches the rest of your natural teeth is screwed onto the top of your implant post with a strong adhesive after it has been secured into the jawbone. Both the crown and the post are made from materials that stand up to normal wear and tear, so you can rely on your dental implant to stay in place for years to come!

What You Can Expect After Receiving Dental Implants?

After receiving dental implants, your new teeth will still require oral care. This includes regular dental visits and at-home care because your implants are just like your natural teeth and need to remain clean. Brushing them regularly removes plaque and keeps your mouth smelling fresh.

Get Dental Implants in Lawndale at Bay Dental Center

Looking for a Lawndale, CA dentist who specializes in dental implants? Say hello to the team at Bay Dental Center! We’re here to restore your smile so you can speak, laugh and sing with confidence. We’re dedicated to helping our patients reclaim their self-esteem with a beautiful, brilliant smile they can enjoy for a lifetime. Call Bay Dental Center today at 310-542-4333 to schedule your initial consultation.

Contact the office of Sunen Pandya, DDS, to find out if you’re a good candidate for dental implants.

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