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Dental Implants by Atascadero Hills Dental

Restore your smile in its entirety with dental implants. Dental implants replace your tooth roots and provide natural stability to your restorations.

At the office of Drs. Chalker & Peterson & Beck, we offer dental implants and all the related services.

The Dental Implant Process

First, we source our local specialist to come to our office and surgically place your implant posts. As you recover from treatment, the implant posts integrate into your jawbone. Your bone grows into the grooves of the implant in a process called osseointegration.

After your posts have healed and integrated, we place your implants with your restoration plan in mind. Once installed, you can count on your new teeth to last for years to come.

Upgrade Your Dentures with All-On-4®

With the All-On-4 technique of tooth replacement, you can have to full arc of teeth supported by only four dental implants. These posts are strategically placed to provide maximum support.

The placement process is the same as with all implants. Your implant-supported dentures won’t slip or need refitting.

3 Reasons to Choose Dental Implants

Dental implants offer a host of benefits over their traditional counterparts.

1: Dental implants replace the whole tooth. Traditional restorations like dentures and bridges only replace the visible part of your teeth. The jaw bone below lacks needed stimulation to stay strong without tooth roots.

2: Implant posts keep your new addition stable. Your new titanium tooth roots keep your implant as secure as a natural tooth root would.

3. Implant-supported restorations last longer. Other tooth replacement options, like bridges and dentures, will eventually need to be replaced. Dental implants are projected to last a lifetime.

We offer dental implant restorations for tooth loss patients in Atascadero and beyond. For more information, give us a call and speak with one of our friendly staff members.

We look forward to working with you.

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