Dental Implants - Woodland Hills, CA

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Rejuvenate Your Smile For Life With Dental Implants

Are you tired of the limitations and discomfort of ill-fitting dentures? Do you want to regain your confident smile and enjoy your favorite foods without restrictions? Experience a renewed smile with Dr. John Chaves, a leading dental implant provider in Woodland Hills, CA

With years of experience and a commitment to exceptional patient care, Dr. Chaves provides state-of-the-art dental implants tailored to your needs. If you’re considering dental implants, now’s the time to schedule your consultation and discover how Dr. Chaves can transform your oral health and quality of life.

Call 818-491-7294 today to schedule your implant consultation and start your journey to a lifetime of smiles at our Woodland Hills dental office.

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a revolutionary tooth replacement option that provides a permanent, natural-looking solution for missing teeth. Unlike traditional dentures or bridges, dental implants are surgically placed into the jawbone, mimicking the root structure of a natural tooth. This remarkable technology fuses with the bone over time, creating a stable and durable foundation for the artificial tooth crown.

Dental Implant Structure

Dental implants consist of three components designed to replace all parts of a missing tooth:
  • The Implant Post: Surgically placed in your jawbone, the titanium implant post fuses with the bone to support the restoration. 
  • The Abutment: An abutment is the connection between your restoration and the implant post. 
  • The Restoration: The only visible portion of a dental implant is the custom restoration.

Dental Implant Restoration Options

Single Tooth Implants

For patients missing one tooth, a single dental implant is an excellent option. Dr. Chaves will surgically place the implant in the jawbone, and once it has fully integrated, a custom dental crown will be attached to the implant, restoring the function and appearance of the missing tooth.

Multiple Tooth Implants

If you’re missing several teeth in a row, Dr. Chaves may recommend an implant-supported bridge. This solution involves strategically placing two or more implants to act as anchors for a customized bridge of multiple artificial teeth.

Full-Arch Restoration

Patients who have lost all or most of their teeth on the upper or lower arch may be candidates for full-arch restoration using dental implants. This comprehensive treatment replaces an entire row of missing teeth with a full arch of fixed, non-removable replacement teeth secured by a series of dental implants.

Implant-Supported Dentures

For those who prefer a removable option, Dr. Chaves offers implant-supported dentures. Unlike traditional dentures, these are stabilized by a few strategically placed implants, providing improved stability, comfort, and functionality compared to conventional dentures.

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Benefits of Dental Implants

Dental implants offer many advantages over traditional tooth restoration options, including:
  • Improved Appearance: Dental implants are designed to look, feel, and function like your natural teeth, blending seamlessly with your smile.
  • Increased Confidence: With dental implants, you can speak, eat, and laugh without worrying about slippage or discomfort.
  • Preserving Bone Health: Unlike traditional tooth replacement options, dental implants stimulate bone growth, preventing jawbone deterioration.
  • Durability and Longevity: With proper care, dental implants can last for decades, providing a long-lasting solution for missing teeth.
  • Ease of Maintenance: Dental implants are cleaned and cared for just like your natural teeth, eliminating the need for messy adhesives or specialized cleaning routines.

Candidates for Dental Implants

Dental implants are suitable for most adults with good overall oral health and adequate bone density in the jaw. However, certain factors may affect your candidacy for this procedure, such as:
  • Existing Oral Health Issues: Conditions like gum disease or tooth decay may need to be addressed before implant placement.
  • Jawbone Density: Patients with insufficient jawbone density may require a bone grafting procedure to create a stable foundation for the implant.
  • Lifestyle Factors: Heavy smokers or individuals with uncontrolled medical conditions like diabetes may have a higher risk of implant failure.
During your initial consultation, Dr. Chaves will thoroughly evaluate your oral health and discuss your medical history to determine if dental implants are the right choice for you.

The Dental Implant Process With Dr. Chaves

Dr. Chaves follows a comprehensive, patient-centered approach to ensure the best possible outcomes for your dental implant treatment:
  • Initial Consultation and Evaluation: Dr. Chaves will assess your oral health, take necessary X-rays, and discuss your goals and concerns.
  • Treatment Planning: Based on your unique needs, Dr. Chaves will create a customized treatment plan outlining the steps involved.
  • Implant Placement: Using advanced techniques and state-of-the-art technology, Dr. Chaves will surgically place the implant into your jawbone.
  • Healing and Osseointegration: Over the next few months, the implant will fuse with your jawbone in a process called osseointegration.
  • Abutment and Crown Placement: Once the implant has fully integrated, Dr. Chaves will attach the abutment and place the permanent, custom-crafted crown.
Throughout the process, Dr. Chaves and his team will provide comprehensive guidance, ensuring your comfort and addressing any concerns you may have.

Dental Implant Placement Aftercare

Proper aftercare is crucial for a successful implant healing process. Dr. Chaves will provide you with detailed instructions to ensure a smooth recovery, including:
  • Pain Management: Over-the-counter or prescribed pain medication can help manage any discomfort in the initial days following the procedure.
  • Diet Modifications: You may need to follow a soft-food diet for a few days or weeks to allow the implant site to heal properly.
  • Oral Hygiene: Gentle brushing, flossing, and rinsing with an antimicrobial mouthwash will help prevent infection and promote healing.
  • Follow-up Appointments: Regular dental visits with Dr. Chaves will allow him to monitor your progress and address any concerns or complications.

Oral Health Care For Dental Implants

Once your dental implants are fully integrated and functional, maintaining proper oral hygiene is essential for longevity. Dr. Chaves and his team will provide personalized guidance on caring for your implants, including:
  • Brushing and Flossing: Regular brushing and flossing, just like with natural teeth, will help prevent plaque buildup and gum disease.
  • Professional Cleanings: Regular dental check-ups and professional cleanings are crucial for maintaining the health of your implants and surrounding gum tissue.
  • Avoiding Harmful Habits: Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and other lifestyle factors can increase the risk of implant failure and complications.
By following Dr. Chaves’ recommendations and adopting a diligent oral hygiene routine, you can enjoy the benefits of your dental implants for years to come.
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Dr. Chaves Goes Over The Three Common Factors To Getting Dental Implants

This means in just a single office visit, you can walk out of our office with an entire arch of stunning, fully functional new teeth.

Frequently Asked Questions

With proper care and maintenance, dental implants can last for decades, even a lifetime. The longevity of implants depends on factors such as bone health, oral hygiene, and lifestyle habits.

While some discomfort is expected during the initial healing phase, the procedure itself is typically performed under local anesthesia or sedation. Your dentist will prioritize your comfort throughout the process.

Implant rejection is rare but can occur if the body’s immune system identifies the implant as a foreign object. Proper surgical techniques, ongoing monitoring, and good oral hygiene can minimize this risk.

Many dental insurance plans provide partial coverage for dental implants, but the extent of coverage varies. Your dentist’s office can help you understand your insurance benefits and provide guidance on financing options.

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Experience A Lifetime of Smiles With Dr. Chaves

Regaining a beautiful, functional smile has never been easier with Dr. John Chaves’ exceptional dental implant solutions in Woodland Hills, CA. By choosing Dr. Chaves, you’ll benefit from his extensive experience, personalized care, and cutting-edge techniques. 

Don’t let missing teeth hold you back any longer. Schedule your consultation today by calling 818-491-7294 and embark on a journey toward a confident, radiant smile that can last a lifetime. We also serve surrounding areas in the Los Angeles area, such as Tarzana, Encino, and Canoga Park, CA.

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