Searching for a good dental implant dentist in Turlock, CA? Consider advanced training and technology
Dental implants are widely considered to be the “gold standard” method to replace missing teeth. Yet, not every dentist in the Modesto area has the training and technologies to place implants on-site. These dentists refer patients to oral surgeons and other specialists. Dr. Ramsin K. Davoud is not only a good dental implant dentist in Turlock, CA, but he has also invested in advanced technologies that aid in planning your treatment. Precise planning is associated with successful implant treatment outcomes. When these technologies combine with Dr. Davoud’s advanced training in all aspects of the implant process, you know the health and beauty of your smile is in exceptional hands.
Tooth replacement options
Traditional dentures and dental bridges account for the part of the natural tooth that you see above the gum line – the crown. A bridge to replace a single tooth, for example, includes the replacement tooth (or pontic) and two crowns. The crowns cover the teeth on either side of the gap. Once crowned, abutment teeth securely hold the pontic in place. Conventional dentures replicate teeth and gums. They are held in place with natural suction or products, such as denture adhesives.
Dental implant-supported crowns, bridges, and dentures replace both the part of the tooth visible above the gum line (the crown) and the part of the tooth that you cannot see in the jaw (the root). The implant or replacement tooth root is made from a biocompatible material that naturally fuses to the surrounding jawbone. Implants, in turn, root the crowns and dentures in the jaw. Patients enjoy many benefits from implant-retained teeth, which are designed like natural teeth:
- Superior stability – Restorations function like natural and healthy teeth.
- No-hassle care – brush and floss like you would natural teeth, with no special oral care products required.
- Lasting comfort and durability – with good oral hygiene and routine visits to our office, your new teeth can last for life. Unlike conventional dentures, implant-supported dentures and restorations don’t need to be relined, rebased, repaired, and replaced on an ongoing basis.
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Dental implants also prevent the deterioration of the supportive bone in the jaw. The process of bone resorption alters how you speak, chew food, and even how you look as the jawbone provides structure to your face. When a tooth’s root is restored, the supportive bone gets the stimulation that it needs to stay strong, from functions such as crushing food. For more (209) 690-8051.