At our office, our dentist can place and restore dental implants in San Jose, California. Implants offer aesthetic and functional improvements and can even strengthen your jawbone. If you would like to meet with Dr. Jamie Choi to see if you are an implant candidate, call 408-973-8500. One of our team members will be happy to help you plan your visit.

If you are looking to replace one or more missing teeth, dental implants are one of the best treatment options available for maintaining your long-term oral health and function. Whether you are looking to replace a single missing tooth, multiple missing teeth or an entire missing dental arch, our dentist can provide a solution with implant dentistry. The key difference between dental implants and most other restoration options is that dental implants replace both the visible and invisible parts of the missing tooth. While the implant post takes the place of your missing tooth root, the implant restoration replaces your missing tooth crown.

Your implant treatment begins with the placement of your implant post. This small screw is made of a biocompatible material, such as titanium, and is surgically placed into your jaw. During the healing period following placement, the post with integrate with your natural bone in a process called osseointegration, promoting healthy bone tissue and providing a stable foundation for your restoration.

You will then meet with our dentist to discuss your options for your implant restoration. Depending on your specific needs and aesthetic goals, we may recommend a single implant crown, a dental bridge or an implant-supported denture. Whatever your choice, our team will ensure that your restoration fits your smile comfortably, securely and beautifully for a long-lasting and natural-looking result.

The longer you wait to replace missing teeth, the higher the likelihood that your supporting bone tissue will begin to deteriorate. This can cause long-term issues for your bite, the alignment of your teeth and the health of your remaining smile. Implants can help halt this process, and they look, feel and function like natural teeth.

Our team is always happy to help answer your questions, and we would love to meet with you for an implant consultation whenever you are ready to start repairing your smile. Feel free to call or visit our office to schedule your visit and learn more about how dental implants can transform your smile.