Dental implants in Berkeley, CA are a gold standard tooth replacement option. With dental implants, patients can replace anywhere from one missing tooth to a full arch of missing teeth. The number of missing teeth people have will determine the specific type of dental implant procedure they get treated with. Here is more on the factors that determine which type of dental implant procedure patients will need to restore the look and function of their smile
Which Factors Determine The Type Of Dental Implant Procedure I will Need To Restore My Smile?
There are a few factors people should consider when they go to get their missing teeth replaced with one or more dental implants in Berkeley, CA. These factors include:
- The number of missing teeth that need to be restored or replaced
- Which type of dental implant procedure patients can afford
- Whether there is enough jawbone density to support one or more dental implants
- The type of dental implant procedure each patient prefers to get treated with
Luckily, no matter which type of dental implant procedure patients need to restore their smile, dental implants can give patients the smile of their dreams. Dental implants are composed of three main parts:
- Dental implant post(s)
- The crowns or prostheses
The dental implant post is placed into the patient’s jawbone, where it fuses with it in a natural process called osseointegration. Next, the abutments attach the dental implant post to the crown or prosthesis. With dental implants, patients will be able to resume a normal diet, speak without having to worry about their teeth falling out, and smile with confidence in their new smile.
See Us Now So We Can Determine Which Type Of Dental Implant Procedure Is Right For You
From single dental implants to full mouth dental implants, our dental implants in Berkeley, CA can restore the look and function of your smile for years to come. Why wait to transform your smile with us? Get in contact with our doctor, Dr. Keith Chertok at our Berkeley, CA office to schedule an appointment today!