Dental Implants in Windsor, CA
Our doctors are experienced in placing and restoring dental implants, offering convenient, all-inclusive solutions for patients with tooth loss. These small titanium posts replace lost tooth roots, providing the ultimate support for crowns and dentures while preventing the jaw atrophy that follows tooth loss.
Windsor Dental Group utilizes the most advanced technologies available to complete your smile, and we offer same-day options for many patients. To find out if you are a candidate for dental implants, please contact our office today and schedule an appointment.
Dental implants replace tooth roots to provide superior support for crowns and bridges.
About Dental Implants
Dental implants are a supportive anchor for dental crowns, dentures, and bridges. They are placed in the jaw during a surgical procedure and become permanently fused to the bone over the next three to six months. The implants provide strength, stability, and security, so your prosthetic teeth feel completely natural.
Dental implants can help you stop worrying about your bite and start enjoying all the best things life has to offer, including delicious meals and long talks with friends.
Dental implants provide a wealth of important benefits. Implant-supported restorations will never slip out of place. Implants are also the only restorative treatment that can halt jaw atrophy after losing a tooth.
Types of Implants
At Windsor Dental Group, we offer several different types of implants to suit the needs of a variety of patients. These include traditional implants and mini implants, which can help patients with a compromised jaw experience a restored smile without the need for a bone graft. During your consultation, we will work together to determine which type of implant will benefit you the most.
Planning and Placement
Your initial exam will include a jawbone density assessment using advanced imaging technologies. We will review your health history and discuss your restoration needs and goals. You will receive tailored recommendations for treatment.
Some patients can receive implants and restorations the same day as their consult, and leave the office with a beautifully restored smile. However, the presence of decay, gum disease, or other health issues may require more than one appointment. For traditional implants, patients will require at least two surgeries. All necessary surgery and restoration appointments take place in our office suite, so there is no need to coordinate treatment with other providers.
Contact Our Practice
Your oral health, comfort, and confidence matter to us. If you are suffering from a compromised smile, dental implants placed and restored by our dentists can help you stop worrying about your bite and start enjoying all the best things life has to offer, including delicious meals and long talks with friends. To learn more, please contact us today.