Experience Permanent Dental Implants

Losing multiple teeth can make it increasingly difficult to eat comfortably and speak clearly. Even if you aren’t missing teeth that show when you smile, you may also feel your self-confidence declining, too. Missing teeth affect all your remaining teeth and will eventually cause changes to your bite, your facial appearance, and your health if left untreated. If you want to replace your missing teeth, you no longer need to choose between dental bridges and partial dentures. We recommend dental implants for multiple missing teeth, the only tooth replacement solution that provides permanent health and functional benefits. Because of their unique design, dental implants can replace any number of missing teeth without harming existing teeth like dental bridges or feeling loose and unstable like partial dentures.

Dental implants are titanium posts surgically placed into your jawbone. Once fused to your natural bone, they’ll be strong and healthy, just like tooth roots. A dental crown, dental bridge, denture, or fixed bridge can all be attached to these posts to replace any number of missing teeth. Depending on the number of teeth you are missing and their location, we can restore your smile permanently with a dental implant bridge. Is it time to stop living with multiple missing teeth? We can replace them with dental implants in Beverly Hills, Northridge, and Thousand Oaks, CA! With years of experience, advanced training, and modern technology, our periodontists and dentists guarantee that your dental implant treatment will restore your smile and truly last. But no matter what tooth replacement option is best for you, we provide custom care and solutions to meet your unique aesthetic, functional, and health needs.

Your Tooth Replacement Options

Missing multiple teeth doesn’t mean you won’t ever have a functioning, healthy smile again. You can choose between removable partial dentures, dental bridges, or dental implant bridges. Partial dentures today look like natural teeth, though they won’t provide the same level of function and can become more loose or uncomfortable over time. Dental bridges are fixed to healthy teeth and offer greater stability, with a similar level of natural aesthetics. Sometimes dental bridges aren’t an option because adjacent teeth aren’t healthy or strong enough. Dental implant bridges provide the greatest level of function and health, without disturbing existing teeth or becoming unstable over time. Though we offer all these options, we often recommend dental implant bridges for multiple missing teeth, as they’ll provide the most long-term advantages. We’ll be able to determine the best solution for you after a thorough consultation.

Removable partial denture

Removable dental bridge

Dental implant bridges

Expect A Personalized Treatment Process

Phase 1: Comprehensive Consultation

At Smile Boutique Group, your dental implant treatment process always begins with a comprehensive consultation. During this appointment, we’ll discuss your smile goals and your tooth replacement options, choose the best sedation for your needs , take digital photographs and CBCT scans, thoroughly evaluate your mouth, and begin planning your personalized treatment. Using Zirkonzahn® Face Hunter technology, we can even mock-up a photo representation of how you’ll look once treatment is complete! Our skilled technicians in our on-site dental lab may also create wax-ups of your new teeth that you can try in, too. This is your smile, so we encourage you to actively participate in this process so your treatment results in the smile you’ve always wanted. We’ll use information from this appointment to design your new teeth and create custom surgical guides.

Phase 2: Dental Implant Surgery

When you arrive at our spa-like office for surgery, we’ll first ensure that you’re comfortable and will administer the most ideal sedation for you at this time. If you require tooth extractions or bone grafting , we can often complete these procedures the day of your implant surgery to streamline your treatment process. Then, using our pre-planning surgical guides, we’ll place your dental implants in precise locations in your jawbone. Because we both place and restore dental implants, we’ve already optimized these locations to ensure the greatest functional and aesthetic outcomes of your treatment. In most cases, after your dental implants are placed, we’ll be able to place your new teeth, or bridge, so you return home with a complete smile.

Phase 3: Recovery And Restoration

It will take a few months for your natural bone to fuse and integrate with your dental implants. This healing phase is critical to the long-term success of your treatment, so you’ll return to our office as needed so we can monitor this process. Once healing is complete, you’ll return to our office to have your final dental implant bridge placed. Your final bridge will be highly lifelike and match your existing teeth in strength, aesthetics, and function. We’ll verify the final fit and make sure you’re satisfied with the results, then permanently secure this bridge to your dental implants. You’ll leave our office with a complete smile that looks and feels natural!

Affording Your Dental Implant Bridge

Not surprisingly, dental implant bridges do have a higher price tag than partial dentures or dental bridges. But it’s a good idea to remember why: they’re comparable to natural teeth and will provide the same types of functional and aesthetic benefits. They rarely (if ever) need replacing and will never become loose or need adjustments. In terms of their long-term advantages, dental implant bridges provide the most value! We can help you afford dental implants—and a new smile—and offer third-party financing through CareCredit® and Proceed Finance as well as accept certain dental insurances. Our cost of a dental implant bridge always includes a free consultation ($150 value), CBCT scan and x-rays, sedation, 5-year clinical guarantee, and post-op visits. Rest assured, your dental implant bridge is affordable! Schedule a consultation today to learn more!

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