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Dental implants are a long-term solution for restoring missing teeth with replacement teeth that look, feel, and function naturally.

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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.

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What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a long-term, complete tooth replacement solution. They restore the look, feel, and function of a natural tooth while preserving bone health in the jaw. You can receive a single implant anywhere in the mouth where a tooth is missing, badly damaged, or if there is a tooth you would simply like to replace. After receiving a dental implant, you’ll find that your new teeth look and feel just like natural teeth.

A dental implant has three parts:

Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants offer many advantages over traditional tooth replacement options, including:

Types of Dental Implants

Even if you are not a candidate for other tooth replacement options, you may still be eligible for dental implant treatment. Dr. Martin and his team will evaluate your oral health and determine if implants are right for you. Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery offers many dental implant-based tooth replacement options in Roseville, CA, including:

Dental Implant Cost in Roseville, CA

Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery is committed to optimizing oral health outcomes while improving the patient experience. The exact cost of your treatment plan will be determined by several factors, such as insurance coverage, how many implants you need, and if other procedures (such as bone grafting or tooth extractions) 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. Learn more about the cost of dental implants and options for financing dental implants.

The Value of Dental Implants

Dental implants are enjoyed by many because they look, feel, and function like natural teeth. They are an investment in your oral health and can last a lifetime when they are taken care of properly. While removable dentures and bridges can also restore your smile’s appearance, they do not fuse to the jaw bone and prevent bone loss.

Many patients find removable oral appliances clunky and embarrassing. They often require special rinses and must be replaced every few years. Dental implants, however, remain in the mouth at all times. Simply brush and floss them along with your other teeth to maintain good oral hygiene and prevent periodontal disease. For beautiful results that function and remain in place, patients turn to dental implants.

Denture Replacement With Dental Implants

Patients who currently wear dentures can replace their dentures with dental implants. In doing so, you can eliminate the discomfort and inconvenience associated with traditional dentures. Dental implants prevent jaw bone loss, which maintains facial structure, while dentures do not prevent bone loss and can lead to facial sagging.

This treatment, known as full-arch restoration, uses multiple dental implant posts to secure a fixed prosthesis. With a higher level of stability, you regain full function of your teeth and can enjoy eating and speaking with confidence. Your replacement teeth stay in your mouth at all times and will not need replacing as long as you properly care for your prosthesis. If you wear dentures and are ready for a longer-lasting solution, contact us to learn about denture replacement in Roseville, CA.

Dental Implants in Roseville, CA

If you live in Roseville, CA, or nearby areas, visit Placer Oral & Dental Implant Surgery to find out how dental implants can restore your smile and improve your oral health.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can my child receive dental implants?

One of the biggest benefits of dental implants is that they are a long-term solution. With proper care, they can last a lifetime. However, children’s bones 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.

How long does it take to replace teeth using dental implants?

The length of time depends on factors such as lifestyle, current oral health condition, if additional procedures are needed, and more. On average, patients find their dental implant treatment takes a few months to a year.

Can my dentist place a dental implant?

Because an oral and maxillofacial surgeon has surgical training and specializes in implant dentistry, they are the highly qualified experts to perform dental implant procedures. Dental implant treatment is often a joint effort between an oral surgeon, who places the implant post, and a restorative dentist, who creates the final crown.

What if there is not enough bone in my jaw for dental implants?

If there is not enough bone in your jaw, bone grafting may be necessary. Bone grafts can restore bone to a desired area, making more patients candidates for dental implants.

What is recovery like after dental implant surgery?

The recovery process following an oral surgery procedure will vary. 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-operative and post-operative instructions that your oral surgeon provided to you.

Oral Surgery Care You Can Count On

Dr. Daniel Martin offers a wide range of oral and maxillofacial surgery procedures and will work with you to design a personalized treatment plan. You can schedule your appointment, learn more about our practice, or prepare for your first visit using the buttons below. We look forward to meeting you!