Dental Implants in San Francisco, CA
You’ve lost teeth?
Don’t lose hope, too.
Dental implants are replacement teeth that look great, and truly last.
Dental implant technology is a remarkable advancement in dentistry. A dental implant is a replacement tooth that is designed to look and feel like a real tooth. Every dental implant has a root, which replaces your natural tooth root. The dental implant root is always made of titanium. Once Dr. Walley inserts the implant root into your jawbone, the titanium root will actually begin to bond with your natural bone tissue. You end up with a replacement tooth that stays firmly in place permanently!
The visible part of the dental implant is called the dental crown. This piece is crafted to look like your natural teeth—in color, shape, size, and position.
Dental implants are used in a number of different capacities:
- A single dental implant can replace a stand-alone tooth
- If you are missing multiple teeth you can replace all of them with individual dental implants
- Alternatively, patients with multiple missing teeth may use dental implant roots to ground prosthetics like dentures and bridges
Why choose San Francisco dentist Dr. Walley for dental implants?
We Do It All
Our dental team can handle the dental implant process, from start to finish, right here in our office. From tooth extraction, to tissue grafts, to implant insertion, we’ll be the home base for your restorative care. This not only saves you time, and alleviates stress; it also ensures continuity of care. We will get to know you as a patient, and we’ll know your treatment plan inside and out.
Support and Information
Feel free to ask our dental team questions, and share your concerns with us. We are here to guide you through dental implant treatment. We understand that getting a dental implant can seem a bit daunting—let us help you through the process!
A dental implant is a replacement tooth that truly looks and feels like a new tooth. Our dental team customizes every implant crown to match the shade, size, and shape of the patient’s natural dental enamel. Our lab will show you how your replacement tooth will blend with your existing smile, and enhance you overall appearance.