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Dental Implants Woodland Hills

What shall we use
To fill the empty spaces
Where did we use to talk?

–Roger Waters

Now that you have lost a tooth, whether to trauma or to neglect, you probably want something to fill that space…something that looks a lot like a tooth. An implant is a good option. Once a revolutionary and pricey idea (like the automobile), they are now so commonplace that market forces have driven down prices to make dental implants in Woodland Hills an option for everyone at Woodland Hills Dental care.

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What is a Dental Implant?

Once there were only bridges, where the “space-filling tooth-like item” held itself up by putting its little arms around neighboring teeth. Then there were dental implants, which are stand-alone items resting on their own solid bit of bone. The dental implant cleverly attaches to the boney foundation, like a replacement root with a place on top for your choice of the crown. As with cars and crowns, dental implants in Woodland Hills range from Toyota to Lexus, and you had better not ask Dr. Leila to put a 20Year crown on a 5-year implant.

“I’m ready, let’s do it.”

Not so fast, if the needed bit-of-jawbone is too small, it cannot hold the implant. That cozy house needs a solid foundation. You might need a “bone graft” first, a horrible name! Instead, imagine Dr. Leila waving a magic wand over your jawbone, which instantly becomes big and strong. Now imagine the wand applying a bio-compatible matrix under the gum, and your bone growing into that area over the course of several weeks. It is still quite magical, but not so instantaneous.

Dr. Leila performs this magic regularly in her office.

The upper jaw poses additional potential problems because above the bone we find sinus cavities. Long-rooted teeth, like canines, may extend into the sinus cavity. Making room there for the bone graft is called a “sinus lift”, where Dr. Leila raises the delicate sinus membrane (without tearing it) to make room for the biocompatible matrix to hold the implant to seat the crown. This won’t all happen in one visit.

Contact Our Office for Dental Implants in Woodland Hills, CA, Today!

I invite you to schedule your Woodland Hills Dental Care New Patient Exam.
Your appointment includes a review of your dental and medical history forms, digital x-rays, cleaning, electric toothbrush and consultation with me, for just $129! Refer a friend and both you and your friend will receive 10% off your next cleaning Also, I have a Senior Special Offer: Take 10% Off Partial or Complete Dentures

Call (818)-347-3535 today -I look forward to meeting you!

As one of the premier dental practices in Woodland Hills, CA, our team at Woodland Hills Dental Care Center for Dentistry also provides 5-star-rated dental care to children and adults in Calabasas, West Hills, Tarzana, Encino, CA & surrounding areas

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Our Woodland Hills, CA Dental Office

20315 Ventura Blvd Suite C,
Woodland Hills, CA 91364

(818) 347-3535

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Saturday by appointment only
Friday and Sunday closed

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