Dental Implants Will Last You A Lifetime
When you have missing or failing teeth, there are several options available to restore your mouth. However, doctors and patients alike report that dental implants are the gold standard to tooth replacement. At Silicon Valley Smile Solutions, Dr. Amir HagShenas offers dental implants to those in the San Jose, CA area, including replacing single, multiple and full arches of missing teeth. No matter how many missing teeth you need to replace, dental implants provide unmatched results and with proper oral care, can last you the rest of your life.
Our dental office believes in staying up-to-date in the most modern dental technology and techniques to ensure successful and accurate surgery. During your consultation, we will use our cone beam CT scanner to capture highly detailed images of your oral structure and discuss your smile goals, expectations and concerns. We then use the images from the cone beam scans to create a computer generated guide. These guides direct Dr. HagShenas to the precise angle, depth and position when placing implants, essentially removing all guesswork out of the process. After your implant has been placed, we offer CEREC same-day crowns to restore your new tooth with a natural-looking and strong dental crown the very day of your surgery. You will leave our office with your new teeth that very day.
When you choose our dental office, you can enjoy the convenience of having your entire treatment offered in-house. We offer everything from the initial consultation to the placement of your new crown, often in the same day. This saves you the many hours and hassles of traveling to other locations and scheduling multiple appointments. Dr. HagShenas understands that many patients feel anxious or fearful of the dentist and big procedures, so we offer effective sedation dentistry, including IV sedation, to provide a soothing experience in our comfortable office
Dr. HagShenas and our team love making patient dreams a reality with dental implants to replace missing teeth. Patients report an overall improvement to their quality of life as well as many other oral health benefits, including: