Zygomatic Dental Implants - Santa Clarita, CA

Dental Implants
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Zygomatic Implants Tackle Severe Bone Loss

Due to many reasons, bone loss in the upper jaw can become too extensive to have missing teeth replaced with conventional dental implant treatment. However, our dentists provide an amazing solution with zygomatic dental implants, which eliminate the need for bone grafting while making a full arch of new teeth possible. If you have been told that you are not a candidate for dental implants, turn to our experts for this revolutionary new solution.

Our Drs. Ben and Shawn Javid have experience when it comes to dental surgeries, with extensive knowledge and expertise to handle complex dental cases with predictable results. Our dentists are some of only a few in the country who routinely place zygomatic dental implants in Santa Clarita, CA as part of their full arch treatments. With this specialized solution offered at J4 Dental Implant by Promenade Dental, we can help patients who previously were told they didn’t qualify for dental implants with a new smile and life!

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Understanding Zygomatic Dental Implants

Unlike conventional dental implants, which are secured in the jawbone, zygomatic dental implants are surgically placed in the zygomatic (cheek) bones. With support coming from a strong, stable facial bone, these dental implants do not require alterations of the jawbone, such as bone grafting, to support a bridge of fixed teeth.

Zygomatic implants are one of the most complex surgeries in implant dentistry and only a few dentists are trained in this procedure. Our dentists place zygomatic dental implants in Santa Clarita, CA on a routine basis and have years of experience and clinical results to back their treatments.

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By providing zygomatic implants, our dentists can offer you the following benefits:

  • Fewer surgeries required
  • Secure, life-like bridge of teeth
  • Reliable, long-term function
  • Immediate teeth, in most cases

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What to Expect from Zygomatic Implants

Zygomatic dental implants may sound more invasive than conventional treatments, but they can be placed in one surgical procedure without any additional bone grafting while you are under anesthesia. Drs. Ben and Shawn Javid will use 3D cone-beam CT scans to digitally plan your treatment before you arrive. During your procedure, your implants will be placed in strategic positions in your bone to ensure maximum stability.

This procedure may also involve placing conventional dental implants where the bone in your jaw is most dense. Because no bone grafting is necessary for this treatment, we can often complete your treatment process faster and provide you with a functional, beautiful new smile more quickly than with conventional treatment. With zygomatic dental implants from our dentists at J4 Dental Implant by Promenade Dental, you can experience a better quality of life permanently!

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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