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Increasingly, dental implants are changing the way our patients live! With them, our patients are being able to eat, talk, and present themselves with confidence. Your teeth are a more active part of your life than you realize until they are gone, we can help you enjoy life by restoring the function of your mouth.
What are dental implants?
Dental implants are titanium posts placed directly into your jawbone. This post will serve as a base, or root system, for the tooth that is missing. With time, your bone and tissue will bond to and around the post, making a strong and permanent fit. Once healed and bonded, Nancy Shiba DDS can then place a dental crown and abutment over the post. The end result is an ideal-looking tooth in a spot where your natural tooth is missing. You can talk, chew and smile as if you had a natural tooth.
Why should I get a dental implant?
The simple answer to why a patient should consider having an implant placed is to restore their dental health. Implants provide numerous benefits including:
Patients love knowing that their dental implants with crowns appear natural and that their facial contours will be preserved.
Examination for Dental Implants
Your implant treatment begins with a thorough examination. We will review your medical history, your dental history, and take a look at your bone and surrounding area using digital radiographs. During your consultation, we will discuss your specific needs. Your questions and concerns are important to us at Nancy Shiba, DDS and our team will work closely with you to help make your procedure a success.
For more information on dental implants, contact our front desk at our San Jose office, our staff is happy to answer your questions and assist you in scheduling an appointment.
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Nancy Shiba, DDS
125 N Jackson Ave, Suite 103, San Jose, CA 95116-1914