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Are Dental Implants Safe?

Are Dental Implants SafeDental implants have been used for more than three decades and have a strong safety record. These titanium root forms replace the root of the missing tooth and fuse with the jawbone in a process known as osseointegration. This design ensures a stable, long-lasting restoration that can support artificial teeth that look just like your own teeth. Our Los Angeles dental implant expert recommends dental implants as the healthiest tooth replacement option available today.

When you lose a tooth, the gap left behind is unsightly and affects the health and function of your remaining teeth. Fitting a dental implant into the socket can help fill in this gap. Although an extremely safe and effective procedure, dental implants may not be for every patient or every situation. Our dentist will assess your dental health, your lifestyle habits and other factors that affect your candidacy for the procedure.

Most people who have lost a tooth and are healthy enough to undergo dental surgery can benefit from dental implants. The 15-year success rate is greater than 90 percent, which means that most people who receive implants still have and use them 15 years later. Because titanium is highly compatible with human tissue, complications are rare.

Dental implants can even improve your dental health in some cases by stimulating the bone tissue of your jaw, which helps keep it strong, and by closing the gap, which reduces the risks associated with tooth loss. If you are ready to learn more about replacing missing teeth with dental implants, contact our dentist today to schedule your consultation.

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