When there is severe tooth loss and decay, a host of oral health complications can result, including bone loss, gum disease, pain, infection, and more. Whether you are missing a single tooth, multiple teeth, or even an entire arch of teeth, dental implants may be the solution for you.
Listen to patients share their dental implant experience at Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery.
Dental implants are a permanent and complete tooth replacement solution. They restore the look, feel, and function of a natural tooth while preserving bone health in the jaw. When you undergo placement, you’ll likely find that your new teeth look and feel just like natural teeth, allowing you to smile and eat with ease and confidence.
Even if you are not a candidate for other tooth replacement options, you may still be eligible for dental implant treatment. When you come to Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery for a consultation with Dr. Martin, you will receive a customized treatment plan with improved oral health in mind.
How long does the dental implant process take? Visit our Dental Implants FAQ page to learn this answer and many more.
A dental implant has three parts:
Dr. Martin offers dental implant-based tooth replacement options at his practice in Roseville, CA. Dental implants are a permanent and secure solution for patients experiencing a wide range of tooth loss. From a single tooth to an entire arch replacement, Dr. Martin can design a tooth restoration treatment plan to optimize your oral health.
Dental implants are the best option available for replacing missing teeth because they offer many advantages over traditional tooth replacement options.
The best way to learn more about dental implant-supported tooth replacement options is to request a consultation appointment with Dr. Martin. He can go over the best options for you to optimize your oral health and restore your smile.
Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery is committed to optimizing oral health results for our patients while improving the patient experience. Dr. Martin creates personalized treatment plans and utilizes advanced surgical and diagnostic equipment at his practice in Roseville, CA. The exact cost of your dental implant treatment at Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery will be determined by several factors, such as insurance coverage, number of dental implants to be received, and if other procedures (such as bone grafting) are necessary.
Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery works with many insurance plans and accepts several forms of payment to make our oral surgery services as affordable as possible. You can learn more by visiting our Financial & Insurance Options page.
You can receive the most accurate cost of your oral surgery treatment by calling our office and scheduling an appointment.
Dental implants are enjoyed by many because they look, feel, and function like natural teeth. They can even last a lifetime when they are taken care of properly. Many patients consider dental implants to be an investment in their oral health.
At our practice in Roseville, CA, Dr. Martin offers dental implant-based tooth replacement solutions to improve the oral health of patients experiencing a wide range of tooth loss.
Dental implants can restore a single tooth, multiple teeth, or an entire upper or lower arch of teeth. If you are experiencing tooth loss, we encourage you to contact Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery to schedule a consultation with Dr. Martin.
Dental implants are a permanent tooth replacement option that replaces the entire tooth, root and all. Unlike traditional dentures, which sit on top of the gums, dental implants are surgically placed into the jaw bone which, over time, fuses with the jaw bone for a permanent, durable, and stable result.
Whether you are missing a single tooth or multiple teeth, dental implants may be the right solution for you. We encourage you to contact Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery to schedule an appointment with Dr. Martin. He will provide a complete oral examination and recommend a customized treatment plan based on your needs.
One of the biggest benefits of dental implants is that they are a permanent and long-term solution. In fact, when dental implants are properly taken care of, they can last a lifetime. However, children’s bone and facial structures are constantly growing and developing; many oral surgeons will recommend placing a dental implant once they have stopped growing. In general, this is around the age of 16 for girls and 18 for boys.
To learn about the best tooth replacement options for your child, we encourage you to contact Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery to schedule a consultation with Dr. Martin.
In short, dental implant treatments vary from patient to patient. The length of time depends on factors such as lifestyle, current oral health condition, if additional procedures (like bone grafting) are needed, and more. On average, patients find their dental implant treatment takes a few months to a year.
Because an oral surgeon has specialized education and surgical training, they are highly qualified to perform dental implant procedures. Most of the time, receiving a dental implant requires both an oral surgeon and a general dentist or another oral health specialist.
If there is not enough bone in your jaw for a secure implant placement, a bone grafting procedure may be necessary to receive a dental implant. Bone grafts can restore or add bone to a desired area, making many more patients successful candidates for dental implants. To learn more about bone grafting procedures, please visit our Bone Grafting page.
While your implants are healing, they will require some extra attention over the several weeks following the surgical procedure. Your oral surgeon will go over your specific post-operative care instructions with you. Thankfully, caring for healed implants is like caring for natural teeth—brush, floss, and see your dentist for regular checkups.
The recovery process following an oral surgery procedure will vary from patient to patient. In general, patients require a few days’ rest before they can get back to their normal activities and routine. You can optimize your healing and minimize your risk of post-surgical complications by following all pre- and post-operative instructions that your oral surgeon provided to you.
While your dental implants heal, you can wear a bridge or modified denture. A temporary but fixed transitional crown can also be created.
Before, during, and after your treatment, we want to make your experience at Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery a positive one. If you have any questions about your dental implants, are interested in getting them placed, or have any other oral surgery questions, please contact our Roseville, CA, practice.