Dental Implants San Jose

You’ve got a missing tooth, and it’s affecting so many aspects of your life. And you’re looking for the most natural tooth replacement method, for a procedure that will give you a new tooth that looks and functions like the others.

Dental implants have revolutionized the way we treat missing teeth.

Implant Teeth

Today, an implant tooth is standard care for the replacement of missing teeth. We place the implant (a titanium screw) in your jaw, and it acts as a root for the new artificial tooth.

Dental implant placement is a routine procedure that poses very few risks. With a success rate of up to 98%, this trusted and proven treatment continues to remain the preferred tooth replacement method while continually making advancements.

The chance of minimal side effects -infection, injury to adjacent teeth, etc.- is very low.

 

Call us at Wisdom Oral Surgery & Dental Implants Phone Number 408-723-4080 to schedule your appointment with our office.

Dental Implant Surgery San Jose

Dental Implant Illustration

A natural tooth consists of a root and a crown. If you compare natural teeth with implant-supported replacement teeth, you’ll see they have the same basic parts. Both have a crown (the visible part used to chew food). Both have a root that holds the tooth securely under the gum and is anchored into the jaw. The difference is that the implant is made of titanium, the same time-tested material used by surgeons for artificial joints.

When you lose a tooth, you lose both the root and the crown. To replace the tooth, the surgeon first replaces the root with a small dental implant. Check out how the dental implant process works here.

And when it comes to dental implants, timing is everything. Did you know your jawbone is a lot like a muscle and must be stimulated regularly to maintain its volume? So, when a tooth is extracted (or falls out naturally), the jawbone begins to deteriorate almost immediately. In fact, studies show that within a year of tooth loss, there is a large decrease in bone width.

Thankfully, dental implants can take the place of natural teeth to provide the stimulus needed by the jaw. If done early, the need for bone grafting is greatly reduced down the road.

San Jose Dental Implant Options

Deterioration of a person’s appearance and health is the natural result of missing teeth. The supporting jawbone structure shrinks once tooth loss has occurred. That’s why it’s crucial to

place implants immediately after a tooth has been lost or extracted—before bone replacement becomes most complex. Once an implant has been placed, it acts as a natural tooth, preserving bone structure, oral health, and your appearance.

To avoid the negative outcomes that can result from tooth loss, it’s crucial to consider your tooth replacement options carefully and take action quickly.

If you’re missing all your upper or lower teeth and you’ve found your traditional denture to be cumbersome and difficult, we offer a variety of permanent teeth replacement options. Most involve our placing implants in your lower jaw which attach to a denture, providing a more stability for chewing and eating. Choose from ball attachment, bar attachment, screw retained dentures, Teeth-on-4 and Teeth-on-6 dental implants

The greatest advantage of Teeth-in-an-Hour is reflected in its name: the immediacy of the tooth replacement. The final prosthesis is fabricated before the surgery, so it is available and ready for placement when you are. We use a computer-guided technique to ensure precision, and the result is less discomfort, swelling, and bruising.

Cost of Dental Implants in San Jose

The cost of dental implants depends on the details of your unique case. It’s best to come in for a consultation where we can give you an accurate estimate of what the cost will be. Most dental insurance companies do not cover dental implants, but we are committed to restoring smiles, so we help our patients understand their benefits and alternative treatment options.

Call us to schedule an appointment at our Silicon Valley office in the South Bay today! Wisdom Oral Surgery & Dental Implants Phone Number 408-723-4080