Why dental implants?

When both the root and the tooth are damaged the best permanent replacement option is a dental implant. Depending on the application and the need of a patient, dental implants can be used to support a single crown, a bridge, or even a full-arch denture.

At Redwood Dental, the complete procedure typically takes 3-6 months. The dentist will place the implant (a titanium post that acts as the root of the tooth) in the jaw bone. After placement, there is a 3-4 month waiting period while the implant integrates with the bone. We then proceed to the final step of putting a ceramic crown, bridge, or denture on the implant. You should expect this new tooth to function, feel, and look just like a real tooth.

Restore your smile

Restore your smile

Implants or artificial roots can be used to replace the natural roots of missing or failing teeth in a way that is permanent and easy to maintain. A well-designed implant can be cleaned and cared for easily.

Strengthen your jawbone

Strengthen your jawbone

Implants work like natural teeth and stimulate the jawbone to stabilize and maintain bone volume and density. This can prevent some facial changes that can make a person look prematurely old.

Minimal invasive technique

Minimal invasive technique

Implants can be quickly and efficiently placed using advanced minimally invasive techniques. Most people can have implants inserted in a day and experience minimal pain, bleeding and discomfort. Redwood Dental is here to guide you every step of the way while ensuring your comfort.

Questions & Answers

Dental implants are often the perfect solution. That being said, a patient must have enough healthy bone to support the implant. If your jaw has become worn and thin over the years, a bone graft may be necessary before an implant procedure can be executed. At Redwood Dental, we will create a full action plan that will put you on route to the smile you have always wanted.

Redwood Dental specializes in implant supported overdentures. This process guarantees highly stable, retentive, and long lasting dentures. Dentures tend to get loose with time. Fortunately, dental implants can offer a more permanent solution.

At Redwood, we complete all of our procedures with expertise and leading dental technology that allows for as little discomfort as possible. Once the implant is implanted, proper aftercare is required to achieve the most comfortable and painless process. Rest assured, our team will be there guiding you every step of the way.

Gum health is important because a healthy set of gums are a requirement for dental implants. A patient must have enough healthy bone to support the implant. If your jaw has become worn and thin over the years, a bone graft may be necessary before an implant procedure can be executed. Our team will ensure your oral health is where it needs to be before proceeding with dental implant treatment.

100%! Dental implants are essentially indistinguishable from natural teeth and will leave you feeling confident, comfortable, and ready to show off that new smile.

Care for your implants the same way you would your natural teeth. This means, regular brushing, flossing, and attending your scheduled cleaning and check-ups is key to ensuring your oral health.

The cost of your dental implants depends on the custom solution required for you. After your first consultation, our team will be able to provide you with an accurate quote.

You must contact your insurance provider to find out if they will cover dental implants. After a consultation, we can provide you with a quote to bring your insurance provider.

What Our Patients Are Saying

Caitlin C.

“Had a great experience with the dental office! Great front desk staff and great dentist I felt no pain or discomfort I actually could have fallen asleep in the chair….. they always checked to see if I was ok and made me feel welcome. Everyone is friendly and it was a wonderful experience for someone who doesn’t enjoy going to a dentist….it was clean and comfy inside. I’ll definitely go back to see Dr. Najjar.”