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Dental Implants Cost
$2495/Implant
OR Finance

Zero-Down, 48 Months, Approval Required

Medi-Cal & Medicare Not Accepted

50,000+

Successful Implants Placed

70k+

Happy Patients

Implant authenticity

Book Your Free Consultation at
San Carlos Dental Implants

Types Of Dental Implants

A dental implant is a structure that replaces a missing tooth.
The surgeon inserts an implant into the jawbone which acts as an anchor for an artificial tooth, called a crown.

single dental implant+ abutment + crown price break down

single dental implant+ abutment
+ crown price break down

Consultation

Free

Includes Treatment Plan, Limited Time Offer

1 Implant

$1000

Implant Placement Only Include. Includes Full Mouth X-Ray

Implant Abutment

$495

Cutting Edge Computer Guided Technology

Crown

$1000

Same Day In-House Lab Dental Crown

Total

$2495

Our Client uses the latest advances in dental implant procedures in order to ensure superior life long results

*Does not include Extraction, Bone Grafting or Temporary Tooth

Implant VS Dentures

Implants

Dentures

Comfort

High

Moderate

Stability

High

Low

Appearance

Natural

Varies

Maintenance

Easy

Moderate

Procedure

Surgical

Non-Surgical

Bone Health

Preserved

May Decline

Dr. Shivani San Carlos City Award-winning implant dentist

Why Dental Implants?

Permanent Solution

Improved chewing and speaking

Natural function and look

Improved facial appearance

Prevention of bone loss

No special care required

Very sturdy and secure

No diet restrictions

Can be changed or updated

Expertise of Our Implantologists

Most Experienced and Certified Implantologists

Equipped with the latest technology

Patient Centric Approach

Why Choose San carlos Dental Implants

Regular Clinical Audits for checking that all safety protocols are followed

AI Enabled Dental chair DORI

Verification by multiple implantologists aka Peer Verification.

Use of the latest and the best equipment

10x Safety and 4 step sterilization process

Implant VS Dentures

Implants

Dentures

Comfort

High

Moderate

Stability

High

Low

Appearance

Natural

Varies

Maintenance

Easy

Moderate

Procedure

Surgical

Non-Surgical

Bone Health

Preserved

May Decline

Patient Speaks

Frequently
Asked Questions

WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS?

Permanent solution for tooth loss

How Permanent Are Dental Implants?

The question of the dental implant's lifespan is crucial. You may have heard that a dental implant can last for twenty-five years or more with proper care. This is true, and several factors affect their longevity, including:

1. Adherence to a regular dental maintenance routine, which includes daily flossing, brushing, and biannual dental check-ups.

2. Avoiding habits like chewing hard objects and using teeth to open things.

3. The expertise of the implant-placing dentist, who should be certified and knowledgeable in best practices and monitoring the osseointegration process.

4. Your lifestyle and overall health, such as avoiding smoking.

A dental implant serves as a foundational structure in the jaw to support a tooth replacement. This method involves surgical expertise and cosmetic dental experience. Periodontists specializing in this procedure are in high demand in the San Carlos area. The implant is surgically placed into the jawbone, where it gradually fuses with the bone, creating a strong anchor for a dental prosthetic.

What qualities make an ideal candidate for a dental implant?

Patients that require dental implants must have good overall dental health. Some factors in deciding whether a patient is a suitable candidate include:

Use of bone-building drugs

Introducing a foreign substance into the body can carry a significant risk of failure. To ensure the best possible result in this intricate surgery, the patient must fulfill all essential criteria to minimize the risk of implant rejection.

Dental Implant Procedure

Following the creation of molds for the tooth bridge or denture to fit the patient's bite pattern, a successful fusion of the implant involves five essential steps. Here is a general overview of what each patient can anticipate during a dental implant procedure:

1. Incision

After administering a substantial amount of anesthesia, the dentist makes a deep incision along the gumline's center, directly above the jawbone. The gum tissue is then separated and pulled back to expose the underlying bone. The precise location of the incision is critical to enable the gum tissue to wrap around or cover the implant after insertion.

2. First Drilling

Expertise is vital during the first drilling phase. A highly qualified dentist, such as Dr. Gupta, employs a high-speed drill to create a small hole in the bone. This process requires precision to prevent bone damage or burning, which could also harm the gum tissue.

3. Second Drilling

After creating the initial hole, the dentist continues drilling at a slower speed, using progressively larger drill bits. Once the cavity reaches the optimal size for the implant, drilling is complete. Careful attention is required during this step to minimize heat generation and avoid nerve or cell damage.

4. Dental Implant Placement

The implant is securely screwed into the prepared hole using a pressure-sensitive wrench to prevent over-tightening or undue stress on the surrounding tissue and bone.

5. Cavity Closure

After the implant is securely in place within the bone, the soft gum tissue is carefully repositioned to surround the implant. The decision to either expose the top or cover it entirely depends on the type of prosthetic tooth that will be installed.

What Types of Prosthetics can be Installed onto the Implant?

Once the implant procedure is completed, there are various options for attaching prosthetic types to the abutment, which acts as a connector to the implant. Dr. Shivani Gupta and her San Carlos team have years of experience in connecting crowns, dentures, and fixed bridges to implant-supported abutments. For multiple tooth prosthetics, patients may need more than one implant to support the structure. When anchoring a bridge, adjacent teeth can also contribute to supporting the prosthetic. This type of bridge is fixed and not removable by the patient. The bridge structure can range from two prosthetics to a full row, similar to a denture. Additionally, there are removable dentures that have connectors at the anchor points or the abutment itself, allowing patients to easily remove the denture.

The recovery period can vary from several weeks to months, depending on the patient's healing rate. The primary objective for cosmetic dentists is to achieve osseointegration during the initial implantation. Osseointegration is the outcome of the implant successfully fusing with the bone structure, a natural process that occurs when the implant is correctly inserted and not rejected by the body. This process may take up to six months to ensure the necessary stability of the implant. Once the implant is firmly in place, the dentist can proceed to install a prosthetic tooth, bridge, or denture.

Indicators of a firmly fused implant to the bone include the absence of:

While the dental implant procedure is not classified as major surgery, allowing sufficient time for complete fusion of the implant with the bone is essential for a healthy and stable prosthetic. Bone growth is a gradual yet critical process to prevent any movement of the implant. Dr. Shivani Gupta and her dedicated team in San Carlos are deeply committed to ensuring the long-term success of their patients. They spare no effort in providing meticulous care and stabilization for dental implants. If you are seeking cosmetic dental work in the San Carlos area, you can trust in the exceptional care and precision delivered by Dr. Gupta and her professional staff.

About Doctor

DR. SHIVANI GUPTA, DDS,

Dr. Gupta has been a practicing dentist for 18 years; the last 10 years she has been practicing implant dentistry in California. She has worked at several community health centers and private practices throughout Northern California. In 2015, Dr. Gupta started Peninsula Dental Implant Center in San Carlos to exclusively focus on dental implants.

Need help? Talk to

© Copyright 2023 San Carlos Dental Implants. All Rights Reserved.

MISSING TOOTH!

Revive Your Missing tooth at san carlos dental implants

Dental Implants Cost
$2495/Implant
OR Finance

Zero-Down, 48 Months, Approval Required

Offer Expires Soon

Medi-Cal & Medicare Not Accepted

50,000+

Successful Implants Placed

70k+

Happy Patients

Implant authenticity

Book Your Free Consultation at
San Carlos Dental Implants

Types Of Dental Implants

A dental implant is a structure that replaces a missing tooth.
The surgeon inserts an implant into the jawbone which acts as an anchor for an artificial tooth, called a crown.

single dental implant+ abutment + crown price break down

single dental implant+ abutment
+ crown price break down

Consultation

Free

Includes Treatment Plan, Limited Time Offer

1 Implant

$1000

Implant Placement Only Include. Includes Full Mouth X-Ray

Implant Abutment

$495

Cutting Edge Computer Guided Technology

Crown

$1000

Same Day In-House Lab Dental Crown

Total

$2495

Our Client uses the latest advances in dental implant procedures in order to ensure superior life long results

*Does not include Extraction, Bone Grafting or Temporary Tooth

Implant VS Dentures

Implants

Dentures

Comfort

High

Moderate

Stability

High

Low

Appearance

Natural

Varies

Maintenance

Easy

Moderate

Procedure

Surgical

Non-Surgical

Bone Health

Preserved

May Decline

Dr. Shivani San Carlos City Award-winning implant dentist

Why Dental Implants?

Permanent Solution

Improved chewing and speaking

Natural function and look

Improved facial appearance

Prevention of bone loss

No special care required

Very sturdy and secure

No diet restrictions

Can be changed or updated

Expertise of Our Implantologists

Most Experienced and Certified Implantologists

Equipped with the latest technology

Patient Centric Approach

Why Choose San carlos Dental Implants

Regular Clinical Audits for checking that all safety protocols are followed

AI Enabled Dental chair DORI

Verification by multiple implantologists aka Peer Verification.

Use of the latest and the best equipment

10x Safety and 4 step sterilization process

Implant VS Dentures

Implants

Dentures

Comfort

High

Moderate

Stability

High

Low

Appearance

Natural

Varies

Maintenance

Easy

Moderate

Procedure

Surgical

Non-Surgical

Bone Health

Preserved

May Decline

Patient Speaks

Frequently
Asked Questions

WHAT ARE DENTAL IMPLANTS?

Permanent solution for tooth loss

How Permanent Are Dental Implants?

The question of the dental implant's lifespan is crucial. You may have heard that a dental implant can last for twenty-five years or more with proper care. This is true, and several factors affect their longevity, including:

1. Adherence to a regular dental maintenance routine, which includes daily flossing, brushing, and biannual dental check-ups.

2. Avoiding habits like chewing hard objects and using teeth to open things.

3. The expertise of the implant-placing dentist, who should be certified and knowledgeable in best practices and monitoring the osseointegration process.

4. Your lifestyle and overall health, such as avoiding smoking.

A dental implant serves as a foundational structure in the jaw to support a tooth replacement. This method involves surgical expertise and cosmetic dental experience. Periodontists specializing in this procedure are in high demand in the San Carlos area. The implant is surgically placed into the jawbone, where it gradually fuses with the bone, creating a strong anchor for a dental prosthetic.

What qualities make an ideal candidate for a dental implant?

Patients that require dental implants must have good overall dental health. Some factors in deciding whether a patient is a suitable candidate include:

Use of bone-building drugs

Introducing a foreign substance into the body can carry a significant risk of failure. To ensure the best possible result in this intricate surgery, the patient must fulfill all essential criteria to minimize the risk of implant rejection.

Dental Implant Procedure

Following the creation of molds for the tooth bridge or denture to fit the patient's bite pattern, a successful fusion of the implant involves five essential steps. Here is a general overview of what each patient can anticipate during a dental implant procedure:

1. Incision

After administering a substantial amount of anesthesia, the dentist makes a deep incision along the gumline's center, directly above the jawbone. The gum tissue is then separated and pulled back to expose the underlying bone. The precise location of the incision is critical to enable the gum tissue to wrap around or cover the implant after insertion.

2. First Drilling

Expertise is vital during the first drilling phase. A highly qualified dentist, such as Dr. Gupta, employs a high-speed drill to create a small hole in the bone. This process requires precision to prevent bone damage or burning, which could also harm the gum tissue.

3. Second Drilling

After creating the initial hole, the dentist continues drilling at a slower speed, using progressively larger drill bits. Once the cavity reaches the optimal size for the implant, drilling is complete. Careful attention is required during this step to minimize heat generation and avoid nerve or cell damage.

4. Dental Implant Placement

The implant is securely screwed into the prepared hole using a pressure-sensitive wrench to prevent over-tightening or undue stress on the surrounding tissue and bone.

5. Cavity Closure

After the implant is securely in place within the bone, the soft gum tissue is carefully repositioned to surround the implant. The decision to either expose the top or cover it entirely depends on the type of prosthetic tooth that will be installed.

What Types of Prosthetics can be Installed onto the Implant?

Once the implant procedure is completed, there are various options for attaching prosthetic types to the abutment, which acts as a connector to the implant. Dr. Shivani Gupta and her San Carlos team have years of experience in connecting crowns, dentures, and fixed bridges to implant-supported abutments. For multiple tooth prosthetics, patients may need more than one implant to support the structure. When anchoring a bridge, adjacent teeth can also contribute to supporting the prosthetic. This type of bridge is fixed and not removable by the patient. The bridge structure can range from two prosthetics to a full row, similar to a denture. Additionally, there are removable dentures that have connectors at the anchor points or the abutment itself, allowing patients to easily remove the denture.

The recovery period can vary from several weeks to months, depending on the patient's healing rate. The primary objective for cosmetic dentists is to achieve osseointegration during the initial implantation. Osseointegration is the outcome of the implant successfully fusing with the bone structure, a natural process that occurs when the implant is correctly inserted and not rejected by the body. This process may take up to six months to ensure the necessary stability of the implant. Once the implant is firmly in place, the dentist can proceed to install a prosthetic tooth, bridge, or denture.

Indicators of a firmly fused implant to the bone include the absence of:

While the dental implant procedure is not classified as major surgery, allowing sufficient time for complete fusion of the implant with the bone is essential for a healthy and stable prosthetic. Bone growth is a gradual yet critical process to prevent any movement of the implant. Dr. Shivani Gupta and her dedicated team in San Carlos are deeply committed to ensuring the long-term success of their patients. They spare no effort in providing meticulous care and stabilization for dental implants. If you are seeking cosmetic dental work in the San Carlos area, you can trust in the exceptional care and precision delivered by Dr. Gupta and her professional staff.

About Doctor

DR. SHIVANI GUPTA, DDS,

Dr. Gupta has been a practicing dentist for 18 years; the last 10 years she has been practicing implant dentistry in California. She has worked at several community health centers and private practices throughout Northern California. In 2015, Dr. Gupta started Peninsula Dental Implant Center in San Carlos to exclusively focus on dental implants.

Need help? Talk to

© Copyright 2023 San Carlos Dental Implants. All Rights Reserved.

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