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Dental Implant Placement and Restoration in Ventura

When it comes to tooth replacement, the most comprehensive method is a dental implant. This solution addresses the loss of the tooth root as well the visible top portion.

If you’re looking for a permanent solution to replace missing teeth, contact our office and schedule your consultation right away.

The Many Uses of Dental Implants

Whether you seek a single-tooth replacement or full-mouth reconstruction, there is an implant-supported restoration that can meet your needs.

Implant-Supported Crowns – We use a single implant post to replace individual teeth. Replacing one lost tooth with a dental implant will result in a prosthetic that feels no different than your natural teeth.

Implant-Supported Bridges – To replace a row of missing teeth, a prosthetic bridge is secured over two implant posts.

Implant Supported Dentures – When most or all teeth are missing, dentures that are supported with at least four implant posts per arch provide unmatched stability and function, as well as a more natural looking smile.

Why is Tooth Root Replacement so Important?

When many teeth are missing for an extended period, resorption can cause the pointed chin and sunken mouth commonly associated with long-time traditional denture wearers. Implants can prevent rapid bone loss (resorption) that causes these facial changes.

The implant post provides the necessary stimulation previously provided by your original tooth root. This stimuli prevents resorption and contributes to new bone growth.

Dental Implant Expertise

At Goldenberg Family Dentistry, we can assess your eligibility to receive dental implants, which is a simple surgical procedure. If you need bone grafting, our practice can help with that too.

Call our Ventura office today to learn more about how dental implants can improve your oral health and enhance your smile.


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