California Dental Specialty Group dentists specialize in dental implants for tooth replacement, fixed denture stability, and complete mouth reconstruction. It’s a major part of the extensive dental specialty services we offer to our patients. We serve patients from San Jose, Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, Palo Alto, Mountain View, Saratoga, Los Altos, Campbell, and other South Bay areas.

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If you have lost one or more teeth and prefer not to laugh aloud, smile, or eat in public because you fear your denture may slip or you have a missing tooth that embarrasses you. You may want to consider dental implants. No matter how many teeth you’re missing, our dental implant specialists may make it possible for you to:

  • Smile with confidence
  • Eat whatever you like
  • Talk and laugh without embarrassment
  • Speak with confidence again

You may have spaces in your mouth where teeth were lost, removed, or never grew. Although these spaces may be embarrassing, traditional dental restorations aren’t always the best solution. Removing a complete or partial denture at night may be inconvenient. You may want to avoid the discomfort and embarrassment caused by a denture that slips.

A dental implant procedure may suit you if you want teeth that look and feel like they belong. Dental implants anchor artificial teeth into your jawbone to provide a secure fit and preserve bone. Implants can meet your needs no matter how many teeth you’re missing.

Dental Implants vs Bridges

Is implant dentistry for you?

Dental implants can improve the quality of life, but they aren’t for everyone. If some of the items below apply to you, then dental implants may be a good choice for you:

How your mouth feels

Do complete or partial removable dentures cause discomfort when you eat?
Do you wear a denture that slips or fits poorly?
Are the adjacent teeth holding your bridge loosening or moving?
Do you have difficulty chewing certain foods?

How you feel about your teeth

Are you embarrassed about missing teeth or dentures when you smile or laugh?
If you have a complete or partial denture, do you sometimes carry it in your pocket or leave it at home?
Has tooth loss affected your confidence when speaking or smiling?