Dental Implants

Smile Proudly With Realistic Teeth

  • Enjoy replacement teeth that stay put
  • Reduce the daily hassles of missing teeth
  • Relax while our soothing team restores your smile
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Rebuild Your Smile With Dental Implants in Los Alamitos

It’s easier to enjoy meals – and life in general – with a full mouth of teeth. It’s possible with Los Alamitos dental implants from Center Plaza Dentistry. Our dentists can place and restore your implants right here in our office. This means you can get your entire implant treatment completed in one convenient location. Our dental implant treatment will help you:

  • Eat and enjoy your favorite foods, even hearty, crunchy dishes
  • Smile with full confidence, knowing your teeth look attractive
  • Avoid bone loss in your jaw that makes you look older
  • Make better first impressions when mingling and socializing
  • Feel confident interacting with others, knowing your teeth won’t slip or shift
  • Improve your oral health and total body health

Call Center Plaza Dentistry today at 562-344-5911 to schedule an implants consultation. It’s time you got your teeth back!

Reinvigorate Your Smile & Bite With Teeth Implants

Dental implants have come a long way in recent years. The first modern dental implant was successfully placed in a patient in 1965. Since then, the technology behind implants has grown substantially. Today’s dental implants are usually made from medical-grade titanium. This metal will fuse with the bone it’s inserted in. The result is sturdy support for several styles of replacement teeth.

As one of our premier restorative dentistry treatments, implants play an important role in the beauty and function of our patients’ smiles. Our team uses advanced technology, including digital X-rays and an iTero 5D Intraoral imaging system, to plan your dental implant procedure. After we place your implants, you’ll have several options for replacement teeth. They include:

  • Single Implant With a Crown – If you have a single missing tooth, we may recommend this treatment. An implant-crown combination will restore your missing tooth and make your smile complete again.
  • Implant-Supported Bridge – For two or more missing teeth, this type of bridge works well. It will anchor using at least two implants, filling the gap in your smile. Unlike a traditional bridge, there’s no need to reduce the size of any healthy teeth.
  • Implant-Retained Dentures – These dentures will stay firmly in place thanks to a setup that uses a system of snaps and balls to secure your new teeth to dental implants.
  • Implant-Supported Dentures – You’ll love our most comfortable style of denture. Your teeth will be anchored to a sturdy bar that transfers the forces of biting and chewing directly to your implants. Unlike implant-retained dentures, these aren’t meant to be removed for cleaning. You just brush and floss, as you would with natural teeth. Your dentist can remove them if added maintenance is needed.
  • All-on-4® Dental Implants – Your dentist will secure a full arch of fixed teeth using only four precisely placed implants. You’ll never need to remove these teeth for cleaning or care. The treatment can be performed in your upper jaw, lower jaw, or both jaws.
  • All-on-6 Dental Implants – This procedure is similar to All-on-4, except that we’ll use six implants per arch. This gives your new teeth extra stability.
  • Same-Day Smile – Find out if you’re a good candidate for this innovative procedure, which allows you to get implants and replacement teeth all on the same day.

Call us today at 562-344-5911 to schedule a consultation. Improve your life with Los Alamitos dental implants from Center Plaza Dentistry! You can also request an appointment online. Besides Los Alamitos, we also serve patients from Long Beach, El Dorado, Rossmoor, Seal Beach, and Cypress.

Common Questions About Dental Implants
What are dental implants?

Dental implants are the preferred method of replacing missing teeth. These small titanium posts are placed in your jawbone where your teeth are missing. After a healing period when the implants fuse with your bone, your dentist can secure new replacement teeth to them.

Are dental implants painful?

There may be some discomfort during the minor surgical procedure of receiving implants. However, you shouldn’t feel anything with local anesthesia. Once your implants are in place, you likely won’t be able to feel them at all! Replacement teeth attached to implants are also less likely to experience uncomfortable damage such as cracks or breaks.

When should I get dental implants?

If you are missing any number of teeth, you owe it to yourself to consider getting implants. They are designed to function as artificial roots for your replacement teeth. Implants make crowns, bridges, and dentures more secure. They prevent bone loss by stimulating your jaw, and they restore your biting power so you can eat anything you want.