Dental Implants in Santa Clarita, CA

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Dental Implants Santa Clarita, CA

Improve Your Life With Dental Implants

Have you lost a tooth or several?

Implants in the mouth may be the solution you’ve been looking for. Patients who struggle with eating, smiling, or feeling embarrassed about their missing teeth choose dental implants to rejuvenate their smiles. We want to improve your life quality and help you gain your confidence back with your smile.

Reasons to consider dental implants

  • Dental implants appear and feel like natural teeth.
  • Dental implants are durable and comfortable. They are usually employed for life.
  • Dental implants allow you to smile and talk, chew and consume food.


Dental Implants in Santa Clarita, CA

The Process From Start to Finish

Dental Implants Santa Clarita, CA

Surgical Advances

Utilizing the latest advancements in implant technology, our doctors can implant single-stage implants in a single stage. Single-stage implants do not require another procedure to reveal the implant. However, they require at least six weeks for healing before the artificial teeth can be placed. There are instances where implants can be put in alongside an extraction of teeth, thereby cutting down on the number of surgical procedures.
Dental implant placement is a joint effort by the maxillofacial and oral dentist and the restorative dentist. Our doctor will perform the actual surgery for an implant and initial tooth extractions and bone grafting. When needed, dental restoratives (our dentist) will fit and create an implant-like prosthesis that is permanent. Our dentist also makes any temporary prosthesis required for the implant procedure.

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Dental Implants FAQ

What is a dental implant?

When you’re missing a tooth or multiple teeth, we can use a titanium screw to replace them. They are a popular alternative to a dental bridge because your existing teeth don’t need to be changed in the process.

What is the cost of a dental implant?

The overall cost of your dental implant depends on each specific patient. The cost will depend on how many teeth you need replaced.

Is a dental implant right for me?

If you’re missing one tooth or multiple teeth, we will help you decide if you’re a candidate based on the state of the bone that’s available. If you are healthy enough to have a tooth extracted, then you are most likely healthy enough to receive dental implants. We will evaluate your dental and health history beforehand.

What different implant options do I have?

You may choose from a simple single tooth replacement to a multiple teeth replacement or a full arch replacement. Your procedure will be based on how many teeth you’re missing.

What is involved in the dental implant process?

  • Initial Consultation: During your first exam, we’ll take X-rays, discuss your medical needs and take impressions of your gums and teeth.
  • Procedure: We will install the implant in the opening of your tooth. You will be given a prosthesis as a temporary measure before the crown is installed.
  • Recovery Time: Your jaw bone will grow around the tooth during this three- to six-month healing time. 
  • Abutment: After the healing time, we will place an abutment on the implant. Soon, your smile will look perfect!
Every patient has different needs, so we will decide during your consultation what works best for you. We can discuss the process and recovery time in greater detail with you.  

Can I have a dental implant if I have dentures?

Many patients have trouble chewing foods and ask if we can provide them with a dental implant. The answer is yes; you might be a candidate for a dental implant. We can provide implant-based solutions to secure your dentures. In the end, you’ll be able to eat and speak comfortably with your dentures.

How will dental implants affect your life?

With dental implants, you will be able to eat, drink, and talk with no worry. In most cases, dental implants will positively affect your quality of life. No longer will you be embarrassed because of dental problems!