Patients from Walnut Creek and surrounding areas benefit from specialized dental implant technologyPatients from Walnut Creek and surrounding areas benefit from specialized dental implant technology
Today, dental implants surpass all other forms of tooth replacement. Through the proper placement of these artificial teeth and roots, the smile is completely restored to its optimal form, both aesthetically and functionally. If you are considering dental implants, you want to be assured that you will receive a favorable outcome. Dr. Alkhoury serves our Walnut Creek
, Brentwood, and surrounding area patients with 3D planning using advanced dental technology
Brentwood Family Dental is equipped with 3D imaging, which is beneficial to the diagnosis and treatment of a number of oral conditions. Where dental implants are concerned, this specific form of imaging allows us to plan with precision with a full understanding of the logistics, such as the location of sinuses and nerve bundles.
Incorporating 3D imaging into the implant planning process benefits our patients in the following ways:
- Physical aspects are best identified with 3D imaging, allowing your dentist to visualize specifics such as jawbone density, width, and height, all-important factors in the proper placement of dental implants.
- Aesthetics are also important to any form of tooth replacement, and 3D imaging provides necessary information for the ideal position for the implant crown, the portion of the implant that shows above the gumline.
- Function joins beauty in the dental implant. Using the ideal placement of the implant crown as a guide, the ideal position of the implant itself can be determined. These combined factors amount to the total function of a dental implant, as this tooth replacement is designed to restore an attractive smile as well as full function for chewing and biting.
- A safe and effective procedure is facilitated by 3D imaging, allowing us to see, in real time, the location of vital structures such as nerves and the sinus cavity. The ability to see these structures means that they can be avoided during the implant procedure itself, decreasing the risk of complication.
Whether a single tooth needs to be replaced, or several, the dental implant procedure with 3D planning can restore function as close to your natural structure as possible. Contact Brentwood Family Dental to benefit from state-of-the-art technology and gentle, compassionate dental care.
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