Dental Implants in Long Beach
A revolutionary, high-tech method for replacing missing teeth
A dental implant is a durable titanium post surgically placed into your jaw and used in conjunction with crowns or bridges to replace a missing tooth or teeth.
With Dr. Pakiz’s knowledge and experience with dental restorations, you can be assured that you are in good hands when getting your dental implants!
Dr. Pakiz works with a trusted oral surgeon for placing the implants and once healed, provides high-quality, durable and aesthetic tooth replacements including crowns and bridges.
Dr. Pakiz guides you through the entire treatment from beginning to end to ensure that you receive the best possible service.
Benefits of dental implants
Dental Implants look and feel like natural teeth
The most amazing thing about dental implants is that you do not have to worry about what you can eat. Because the implant is secured in your jawbone, it is just as strong as a real tooth, allowing you to eat and chew with confidence.
Dental Implants are extremely durable
Dental implants are made of titanium, which is non-corrosive, biocompatible and long-lasting. Titanium is a special metal that is naturally inclined to fuse with bone, making it an excellent choice for implants.
Dental implants ensure your adjacent teeth remain stable
Dental implants fill empty spaces caused by missing teeth and help ensure your other teeth don’t shift and create gaps, crookedness and other issues with your bite and ability to chew.
Dental Implants can prevent bone loss and facial sagging
Your body naturally begins reducing the amount of bone in your jaw when you lose teeth. When too much bone loss occurs, there is not enough jaw structure to hold up the walls of your mouth, making it appear as though your mouth is collapsing inward and creating a saggy-looking face. Dental implants help preserve the bone in your jaw so that this does not happen.
Dental Implants can prevent gum disease
Empty spaces in your mouth act as pockets for food to get trapped and bacteria to grow in, leading to periodontal disease. Implants replace these gaps and help prevent gum disease from developing.
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