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Dental Implants – Beverly Hills, CA

The Gold Standard
of Tooth Replacement

Man and woman smiling after replacing missing teeth with dental implants

If dentists from around the world got together to design the perfect tooth replacement, it would involve a restoration that brings back not only the visible part of the tooth (the crown), but the underlying root structure as well, giving the new tooth tremendous stability. Fortunately for dentists and patients alike, this treatment exists, and it’s called dental implants. With them, you can replace any number of teeth for a lifetime, and this state-of-the-art procedure is available right here at Beverly Hills Complete Dentistry. To learn more and schedule a consultation, contact us today to explore tooth replacement options using dental implants in Beverly Hills.

Why Choose Beverly Hills Complete Dentistry for Dental Implants?

  • Entire Procedure Completed Under One Roof
  • Comfort-First Approach to Care
  • Soothing Sedation Eliminates Any Nerves

What is a Dental Implant?

Model tooth and implant supported dental crown

The concept behind dental implants is quite simple. A small titanium post is placed into the jaw, and there, it bonds with the surrounding bone, creating a new root and firm foundation for a tooth that will be attached above. This implant is then connected to an abutment, which links it to a crown, bridge, or denture. Basically, implants restore the entire dental structure, which is something no other treatment does.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Animated implant supported dental crown

  • Eat Up: With dental implants, you’re able to eat whatever you like with complete confidence. Because they are supported by the jawbone, you never have to worry about the teeth moving out of place.
  • Say “Cheese! ”: Implant restorations perfectly match real teeth in both structure and appearance, plus they don’t have unnatural attachments needed to hold them in place because they are entirely self-supporting. This means they help a patient recover their confidence as well as their oral health.
  • Lifelong Solution: With an average lifespan of 30+ years, dental implants are by far the most durable tooth replacement available today. They also preserve the shape and size of the jawbone to dramatically lower the risk of future tooth loss.

Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Dentist showing patient dental implant model

One of the best things about dental implants is that they are so versatile. No matter how many teeth you are missing, our team can design a treatment plan specifically to meet your needs. Any degree of tooth loss can be permanently erased…

Missing Single Tooth

Rather than filing down two teeth to place a bridge, an implant can be positioned between two healthy teeth and topped with a crown that doesn’t disturb the neighboring dental structure at all. The crown itself will be custom-made to match the adjacent teeth.

Missing Multiple Teeth

A bridge or partial denture that restores several teeth at once can be attached to the jawbone using just one to two implants. This is much more cost-effective versus using an implant per tooth, plus this gives these prosthetics much more stability compared to their removable counterparts.

Missing All Teeth

Four to six implants placed into the jawbone is all it takes to support a full denture that is stronger, more secure, and more durable than a typical removable one. Implant dentures tend to be smaller as well, allowing for a more comfortable fit and clearer speech.

How Dental Implants Work

Animated parts of a dental implant post

When you choose to get dental implants, the first step is to surgically position the roots within your jawbone, and after a few months of healing, these are attached to restorations that sit on top. At most other dental offices, this process is broken up between different specialists and dental offices, but our team is able to handle everything right here in our Beverly Hills dental office. This helps patients save time, money, and stress while rebuilding their smiles.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

Man and woman discussing the cost of dental implants with team member

The price you pay for dental implants will be based on your individual situation, such as how many teeth you are missing, where they are located in the mouth, and whether or not you need any procedures beforehand (such as extractions or gum disease therapy). While more expensive upfront compared to regular bridges and dentures, dental implants usually help patients save money in the long run because they don’t have to replace their prosthetics nearly as often (if ever).