Types of Dental Implants Valencia CA
Dental implants are the most common method of tooth replacement. Their effectiveness and reliability have made them the best solution to missing teeth. There are different types of dental implants, with each of them designed to solve specific dental problems. Dental implants help your mouth recover its oral functions and also ensure that you have your smile back. If you are not sure about the type of dental implants to use, our experts at Erik P. Cadra DMD can help you understand the different types of dental implants and how they work.
Endosteal implants are the most common type of dental implant. These implants fit perfectly in your jawbone, making them ideal for those who have lost teeth through tooth extraction. Before we install endosteal implants in your mouth, you must have a healthy jawbone and gums. In some cases, we may perform a bone graft procedure to create a strong and healthy foundation for the single-tooth implant. This is crucial to ensure the stability of the implant. Once we place the endosteal implants in your jawbone, they will take less time than other types of dental implants to fuse into your gums. The short time taken makes these implants ideal for those looking for a quick fix to their oral problems. They will quickly create a firm basis and allow you to use the implant.
Subperiosteal implants are another common type of dental implant. If you don't choose endosteal implants, subperiosteal implants are your alternative. These implants are a good fit for those with more specific oral needs. They have unique features that make them ideal for single and multiple-tooth implants. It is essential to know that instead of the jawbone, subperiosteal implants are placed inside the gum, not on top of it. To place them into your mouth, our experts will fit a metal frame below the gum where the implant will be firmly adjusted. This makes them firm and less likely to come out when too much pressure is applied. They will also be durable and last for many years.
These implants are an ideal replacement option if you have lost your teeth to tooth extraction or other natural causes. Zygomatic implants are a revolutionary procedure for patients lacking the bone density required to sustain traditional implants with a dental crown. Generally, dental implants are zirconia or titanium posts that are firmly placed into your jawbone to replace missing tooth roots. You will not be a good candidate for traditional dental implants if you have experienced significant bone loss, probably due to untreated gum disease. However, you might be a perfect candidate for zygomatic implants even with significant bone loss. You can get permanent dental implants that will help replace your missing tooth. This reliable and innovative treatment method is excellent for patients that experience the most advanced form of bone loss.
Our team will expertly place zygomatic implants in your mouth and prevent further bone loss. Note that zygomatic implants are extra-long implants that are firmly anchored into the cheekbone, commonly referred to as zygomatic bone. These implants utilize the bone density near your cheekbone, making them ideal for patients with advanced periodontal disease. We can restore your smile by placing permanent zygomatic implants into your jawbone and replacing the missing tooth. Even better, zygomatic implants don't need a bone graft procedure during installation. We have an experienced team of experts ready to place zygomatic implants in your mouth and help you achieve the perfect smile.
Mini Dental Implants
Mini dental implants are small dental implants; the size of a toothpick. These implants are narrower than most dental implants; we use them as single-tooth implants. We can use mini dental implants if we need to stabilize your lower denture and prevent it from getting loose. What makes mini dental implants unique is that we can place them through less invasive techniques. They also don't require bone grafting procedures, making them an excellent option after tooth extraction. We may recommend these dental implants if you have a limited jawbone or do not have a lot of bone mass. Mini dental implants are also an excellent alternative for patients with loose dentures. This is because mini dental implants help stabilize such dentures and help prevent them from coming off when you talk or eat.
Immediate-Load Dental Implants
Although immediate-load dental implants are not common, they are quite useful. With these implants, we can fit them in your mouth as temporary teeth during the same appointment. This explains why they are also referred to as same-day dental crowns. If you have a sufficient, healthy jawbone and secure dental implant, same-day implants are an excellent alternative for you. Even though such implants are mostly temporary, they do a good job of helping you recover basic mouth functions like eating.
All-On-4 Dental Implants
The All-on-4® Treatment Concept is a revolutionary dental procedure that allows full-arch rehabilitation. It utilizes a minimum of four dental implants, making it ideal for multiple tooth implants. When you come to our offices for this procedure, our experts will thoroughly examine your condition to create an ideal treatment plan based on your needs. Keep in mind that this procedure is highly recommended for patients missing several teeth.
If you have been involved in an accident that caused several lost teeth, the All-on-4 implant procedure will greatly help. Our experts will perform an installation procedure that leaves you looking stunning. You will not have missing teeth, hence a more natural smile. Besides, you will be able to chew food comfortably. We advise that you take good care of your dental implants to prevent damage. Brush regularly to get rid of harmful bacteria that could result in infections.
Schedule Your Appointment Today
Dental implants are a reliable and efficient method of replacing missing teeth. Our experts at Erik P. Cadra DMD are ready to help you restore your smile by performing a dental implant procedure. Call 661-502-6990 today to learn about the benefits of dental implants and schedule your appointment with us.
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