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    1035 W. Robinhood Dr., Suite 200

    Stockton, CA 95207

    (209) 952-3687 – TEL

    (209) 952-6267 – FAX

    —Business Hours—

    Monday – Friday: 8:00am to 5:30pm

    Weekends: by special appointment only

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Dental Implants

A dental implant consists of a small titanium screw that replaces the root portion of missing teeth. They can be positioned on either the upper or lower jaws. They titanium contains biocompatible properties that helps the implant fuse with the bone and anchors the replacement teeth. Dental implants are useful for both single and multiple missing teeth replacement.

Dr. Jacobo encourages dental implants for Stockton patients for numerous reasons, these include:

  • They can prevent the jawbone from shrinking
  • The material is stable and comfortable
  • They improve your appearance
  • They preserve natural teeth
  • They restore your natural bite and chewing abilities

Any patient missing one or more teeth from injury, disease, or tooth decay can be a candidate for dental implants. Factors such as available bone may determine your candidacy for this treatment. Your dentist can best help you decide if your mouth can accept dental implants.

With the state-of-the-art surgical techniques available today, dental implants can be placed in a shorter time than before. They are first placed into the jawbone and allowed to heal for six months. During this period, the tissue will integrate with the screw. A temporary prosthesis will be worn while the healing period progresses until the permanent crown is ready.

To reduce any discomfort, anesthesia and sedation can be administered during the process. You may experience some bruising and swelling in the gum and soft tissues. These discomforts can be treated with regular painkillers. You will most likely to be able to resume your regular activities the following day.

If you considering a dependable, long-lasting replacement option for missing teeth, please call our office today to schedule a consultation.

 

To reduce any discomfort, anesthesia and sedation can be administered during the process. You may experience some bruising and swelling in the gum and soft tissues. These discomforts can be treated with regular painkillers. You will most likely to be able to resume your regular activities the following day.

If you considering a dependable, long-lasting replacement option for missing teeth, please call our office today to schedule a consultation.