Common Questions - Santa Clarita, CA

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About Dental Implants?

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Dental implants provide the ultimate in tooth replacement, a permanent solution that restores superior function and esthetics after tooth loss. However, the process for receiving dental implants is complex and requires more detailed planning than other restorative treatments. It may also leave you with many questions regarding the process, what to expect and how much it will cost. Our team at Promenade Dental is transparent about our treatments and will provide personalized solutions for your oral health needs and smile goals. We’ve created a list of common questions in Santa Clarita, CA that our patients ask about dental implants, and we encourage you to review them before scheduling a consultation with us.

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Common Questions About Implants

What is a dental implant?
What makes dental implants “the gold standard”?
What is the success rate of dental implants?
Who is a candidate for dental implants?
How much does treatment cost?
What is dental implant surgery like?
Will surgery be painful?
What is the recovery like?
How long is the treatment process?
How do I care for dental implants?
Do I need dental check-ups?
How long can I expect dental implants to last?

Melisssa Martinez explains "Lifelong Care For Your Dental Implants"

“Lifelong Care For Your Dental Implants”

Tooth implants in Santa Clarita require you to maintain great oral hygiene for preserving them.

“As your dental assistant, it is important for me to make sure you are maintaining excellent oral hygiene. This is the most important way to care for and preserve your implants. Cleaning and flossing are absolutely necessary for your implant health. You should brush with a soft toothbrush and use fluoride toothpaste for optimum care. This consistent dental hygiene is also an essential part of the fusing progression between your implant and your bone. The lack of good oral care may lead to implant failure due to infection. However, if you floss, brush, and regularly receive dental examinations, your dental implants can last a lifetime.”

-Melisssa Martinez
Registered Dental Assistant, Promenade Dentistry