Dental Implants

Dental implants are changing the way people live!

Beautiful Smile with Dental Implants

Beautiful Smile with Dental Implants

Dental implants are replacement tooth roots. Implants provide a strong foundation for fixed (permanent) or removable replacement teeth that are made to mimic your natural teeth. With new technology, dental implant dentists are able to perform these procedures with minimal effort.

For the replacement of missing teeth, dental implants are emerging as the preferred method. Traditional procedures, like bridge work, require grinding away healthy tooth structure in order to fit the bridge. Implants, by contrast, eliminate the need for grinding or less permanent solutions, like dentures. The overall benefit of dental implants is the confidence to eat and smile naturally that comes with the solid permanence of the implant.

Dental implants are small titanium screws that are gently placed within the jaw, in order to provide a foundation for fixating teeth, or stabilizing a full or partial denture (plate). A well trained implant surgeon can often place an implant in as little as 15 minutes with little to no pain. Implant teeth look, feel and function just like natural teeth. Patients that have implants to replace their missing teeth, regain the ability to eat virtually anything and smile with confidence. Teeth replaced with dental implants typically have a better long term prognosis than teeth replaced by dental bridges, partials or dentures.

Implants consist of three main components: the actual implant, the abutment, and the crown. The implant is the titanium post that is placed into the jawbone, while the abutment is the connector that attaches the implant to the replacement tooth or bridge. The crown is the visible part of the implant that looks and functions like a natural tooth.

Overall, dental implants are a safe and effective solution for restoring missing or damaged teeth. They offer a long-lasting and natural-looking solution to improve the appearance and function of your smile. If you are considering dental implants, it is important to consult with a qualified dental professional to determine if they are right for you.

If you’re struggling with a smile that has missing or damaged teeth, our Board-Certified will help you go from damaged and unattractive teeth or even no teeth, to beautiful and functional teeth. Enjoy the skills and years of experience that our team has in placing dental implants and finish the process feeling like a new person with stable, functioning teeth, and a bright new smile.

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Benefits of Dental Implants:

  • More confidence and increased self-esteem
  • A beautiful smile
  • Teeth you can eat with
  • No more embarrassing dentures or partials
  • Improved oral health
  • The ability to enjoy all types of foods
  • Overall well-being and more joy out of life

We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to be confident with their teeth and their smile. Whether you’re looking at new tooth implants to improve your health or just want more enjoyment with a better, more younger-looking appearance, we offer the latest technology along with great financing options.

Dental implants are an innovative and effective tooth replacement option that provide numerous benefits over other dental procedures. Unlike dentures or bridges, dental implants are surgically implanted into the jawbone, creating a stable and long-lasting foundation for replacement teeth. Here are some of the key benefits of dental implants:

  1. Improved Appearance: Dental implants look and feel like natural teeth, providing a natural appearance that can restore confidence and self-esteem. They also prevent the facial sagging that can occur when teeth are missing, giving a more youthful appearance.
  2. Better Functionality: Dental implants function like natural teeth, allowing for comfortable chewing and speaking. Unlike dentures, they do not slip or shift, allowing for more confidence while eating and speaking.
  3. Improved Oral Health: Dental implants prevent bone loss and preserve the natural tooth structure, unlike bridges or dentures which can cause bone loss and decay of adjacent teeth. They also make it easier to maintain good oral hygiene by allowing normal brushing and flossing.
  4. Longevity: Dental implants are a long-lasting solution, with a success rate of over 95% in most cases. Unlike bridges or dentures which may need to be replaced every 5-10 years, dental implants can last a lifetime with proper care.

Comparing dental implants to other dental procedures, such as dentures and bridges, highlights these benefits even further. Dentures are a removable tooth replacement option that can slip or shift, causing discomfort and embarrassment. Dentures can also cause bone loss in the jaw, leading to changes in facial structure and speech difficulties. Additionally, dentures require adhesives to hold them in place and must be removed for cleaning, making them inconvenient and time-consuming to maintain.

Bridges, on the other hand, require the support of adjacent teeth to hold the replacement tooth in place. This can cause damage to the supporting teeth, leading to decay and bone loss. Additionally, bridges do not prevent bone loss in the jaw, which can cause changes in facial structure over time.

Dental implants provide a more permanent and natural-looking solution that improves the function and appearance of the mouth while preventing bone loss and maintaining oral health. While the initial cost of dental implants may be higher than other dental procedures, their longevity and health benefits make them well worth the investment in the long run.

On the whole, dental implants are an excellent choice for anyone seeking a long-lasting, natural-looking solution for missing teeth. Their benefits over other dental procedures, such as dentures and bridges, include improved appearance, better functionality, improved oral health, and longevity. With proper care, dental implants can provide a lifetime of benefits and a restored sense of confidence and well-being.

To make an appointment and learn more about Teeth in a Day and how this amazing procedure can change your life, call our office now at (949) 830-1322.

What is the process for getting dental implants in Orange County CA?


The dental implant process typically involves several steps, including:

  • Consultation: Our board certified doctors will consider your individual situation and help you to decide if you’re a good candidate for dental implants.
  • Implant placement surgery: During the implants placement procedure, the implant is surgically placed into the jawbone. This can generally be done under local anesthesia or sedation, depending on your level of comfort and preference.
  • Healing: It will take several months for the implant to fuse with the bone in your jaw. During this time of healing, you may be given a temporary restoration to wear.
  • Final restoration: Once the implant has fully healed, Your general dentist will place the final restoration, such as a crown or bridge, on top of the implant.

The length of the implant process can vary depending on the patient’s individual needs. Our doctors will give you a general timeline of what to expect throughout the process

How long do implants last?

Dental implants are designed as a long-term solution for missing teeth and if they are cared for, can last for many years or even a lifetime. The success of an implant can depend on several factors, such as the patient’s overall health, the quality of the bone in the jaw, and the patient’s oral hygiene habits.

To ensure the longest life of your dental implants, it’s important that:

  • Practice good oral hygiene: Brush and floss your teeth daily and visit our doctors and hygienists regularly for routine checkups and cleanings.
  • Stop smoking: In addition to other health risks, smoking can also increase the risk of dental implant failure.
  • Avoid biting down on hard objects: Chewing on hard objects, things such as ice or hard candy, can cause damage your dental implants. We advise that you try to avoid biting down on hard objects whenever possible.


Are You a Candidate?

No matter how many teeth you are missing, or even if you are currently using dentures, dental implants can restore your smile and give your teeth the same function that you enjoyed previously. The best candidates for dental implants will be in good health generally, have gum tissue that is healthy and strong, have a jawbone that is fully developed , and posses enough jawbone density to hold an implant. If you take any type of medication that might interfere with the healing process, or if you have  certain types of health conditions,  or you are currently receiving radiation or chemotherapy, you may not be great fit for this process. If you happen to fall into any of the above categories, Our board certified doctors will be happy to show you other options that might be a better fit for your oral health.

Dental implants are an excellent choice for most folks who are looking for a long-term solution to missing or damaged teeth. They provide numerous benefits such as improved oral health, improved speech, more attractive appearance, and boosted self confidence. They are incredibly durable, long-lasting, and have a success rate of up to 98%. Although the process of getting dental implants can be lengthy and require multiple visits to the dentist, the end result is a beautiful, attractive, natural-looking smile that can greatly improve your quality of life. Call our office today to schedule your consultation.

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Before Single Tooth Extraction and Dental Implant Placement

After Single Tooth Extraction and Dental Implant Placement

Before: Gum Abscess

After: Gum Abscess Healing, Tooth Extraction, and Dental Implant Placement

Before Dental Implant Recession Repair

After Dental Implant Recession Repair

Before Bone and Gum Grafting and Dental Implant Placement

After Bone and Gum Grafting and Dental Implant Placement

Before Esthetic Crown Lengthening (Gum Lift)

After Esthetic Crown Lengthening (Gum Lift)

Before Gum Overgrowth Repair

After Gum Overgrowth Repair

Before Reconstruction and Gum Grafting

After New Reconstruction and Gum Grafting