Multiple Tooth Dental Implants – Alhambra, CA
The Best Way to Say Goodbye to Gaps
If you are missing multiple teeth, your may experience a number of daily
challenges. For example, you might find it difficult to enjoy your favorite
foods or to smile with confidence. You are also at an increased risk of
long-term oral health problems. While modern dentistry offers a number of ways
to replace multiple lost teeth, most of them only rebuild the visible portion
of the teeth — the part that is above the gum line. Multiple tooth
dental implants, on the other hand, replace teeth from the roots up and
provide truly outstanding results.
Why Choose Advanced Dentistry of Alhambra for Multiple Tooth Dental
- Placement Surgery Performed In-House by Specialist Dr. Calvin Dang
- Restorations Custom-Made for Each Patient
- Extremely High Success Rate — 98%!
Non-Implant Tooth Replacement Options
Crown and Bridge. This type of restoration has crowns on
each end, which get attached to the teeth on each side of the empty space
(the abutment teeth). They support 1 – 3 pontics (artificial teeth)
Full Denture. A full denture is a removable prosthetic
that has a gum-colored base attached to a full arch of acrylic or
porcelain teeth. Natural suction or a mild adhesive keeps it in the mouth.
Partial Denture. A partial denture fits in around the
remaining natural teeth to fill in multiple gaps. Small metal attachments
secure a partial denture in place.
The Dental Implant Process
The dental implant process begins with an in-depth consultation. If we
determine that you are a good candidate for dental implants, you will soon
undergo the implant placement surgery, wherein Dr. Dang will insert implants
at strategic locations in your jawbone. After you have healed from the
surgery and your implants have bonded with the tissue around them, you will
receive a restoration to go on top of them. Usually, the restoration is in
the form of a permanently fixed, implant-supported bridge or an
Benefits of Implant-Retained Dental Prosthetics
In most dental implant cases, the remaining natural teeth do not need to
be modified or extracted.
Dental implants stimulate the jawbone and help it to remain whole and
The outstanding stability of dental implants allows them to stand up to
practically any food.
Custom-designed restorations are virtually identical to natural teeth.
Dental implants and their restorations can last for decades — much
longer than non-implant tooth replacement options.
Find Out More
Are you ready to replace your lost teeth?
Contact Advanced Dentistry of Alhambra
to schedule your consultation. We look forward to helping you rebuild your