Ideal candidates for dental implants are those in good physical health who have sufficient bone and no underlying infection or disease. Even if your case is more complex, involving multiple missing teeth and more extensive bone loss, we can help you become a candidate for dental implants in San Francisco, CA. Our implant dentist has years of experience in dental implants, ranging from simple to complex, with the technology to ensure a predictable, efficient treatment for every patient. If you’re unsure whether you qualify for dental implants or have been told by another practice that you don’t, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our team at Implants Pro Center©. With our personalized care, we can help you become a good candidate for dental implants in San Francisco, CA!
If you don’t represent the ideal case for dental implants, it’s important that you seek treatment from an experienced implant dentist. Dental implants are a complex treatment that requires more unique experience and skill than other restorative solutions. If you have many missing teeth and bone loss or are suffering from oral infection, this only adds to the complexity and the need for a qualified and experienced clinician.
At Implants Pro Center©, our implant dentist, Dr. Mohamed Ali, has completed extensive training in dental implants and all related procedures. He has placed 10,000 dental implants and completes over 100 full arch cases each year with a 99% success rate. Additionally, his incorporation of state-of-the-art digital software and the revolutionary Yomi® robot-assisted surgical technology ensures we provide incredibly precise and accurate treatment, with outstanding clinical results.
Determining if you qualify for dental implants in San Francisco, CA requires a comprehensive evaluation and diagnostics from our implant dentist. We will evaluate the condition of your gums, bone, and teeth. Both dental and medical records are also needed to assess any systemic conditions or lifestyle habits, such as smoking. In general, the following are factors that influence dental implant candidacy:
Dental implants need a healthy oral environment to remain successful long-term. If infection is present, this can damage both the gum tissues and bone. Active gum disease will require treatment before dental implants can be placed to avoid failure.
The health of your jawbone is crucial to dental implant success. Without proper density and volume, dental implants will not have proper support. Bone will need to be rebuilt and strengthened through bone grafting surgery or bone modification.
Underlying medical conditions such as diabetes and immune system disorders make it more difficult for your body to heal after surgery. Systemic disease also increases the risk of infection after surgery. Managing these conditions helps improve the chances of treatment success.
With proper maintenance, dental implants have the potential to last for the rest of your life. This includes maintaining excellent physical and oral health. If you smoke, consider quitting before your surgery and practice good daily oral hygiene habits.
At Implants Pro Center©, we not only help patients become candidates for dental implants, but provide personalized treatment that reflects their individual health, functional, and aesthetic goals. An important step of your treatment process is understanding what you want to accomplish with new teeth, whether it’s the ability to eat an unlimited diet, a beautiful and natural smile, or confidence to socialize. The good news is that dental implants can meet these desires—and often exceeds them! Our team is dedicated to providing a superior quality experience and smile for each of our patients and it shows. Don’t let what others have told you in the past keep you from beginning your journey to a new smile with us. We’re here to offer you a personalized consultation and evaluation, and help you become a good candidate for dental implants in San Francisco, CA!
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