fb pixel

Although dentistry has come forward in leaps and bounds in the last couple of decades, those of us who grew up with the dentists of the 1950s, 60s and 70s are now reaping the harvest of the times when dentists loved to fill in and pull out. We are getting to middle age and beyond with teeth that may be starting to fail.

Are you missing one or even several of your permanent teeth? Are you having trouble eating the foods that you love? This doesn’t have to be a permanent problem, thanks to dental implants.

Dental implants was a breath of fresh air as well as a source of relief to subscribers of the dental community.

So what is a dental implant?

As told by the Academy of General Dentistry, a dental implant is an artificial tooth “root” artificially placed in your mouth to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, denture or bridge. It is made from titanium metal and it fuses around the jawbone serving as a root for the missing tooth.

This is by presently the best – if not the only long-term option for tooth replacement.

But is it right for you? Before going to get an implant you should submit yourself for oral and dental examination to a dental implant expert.

Well, there is a way with dental implants in Oxnard, Ventura County. At Anacapa Dental Art Institute we have seen time and again how people’s lives are changed for the better when they have troublesome teeth replaced with dental implants in Oxnard.

Why No Hassle?

One of the great things about dental implants is how little hassle they are, once they are in and fused with your jawbone. Taking care of them is almost the same as how you would take care of your natural teeth. You just brush for 2 minutes twice a day, have a good floss once a day and make sure you have regular hygienist appointments to deep clean. You are focussing on removing plaque, which can destabilize teeth and dental implants, but you don’t have to worry about decay, which dental porcelain is not susceptible to.

There’s no soaking or adhesive to worry about. In fact, many people even forget their dental implants are not their natural teeth. Amazing isn’t it?

Full Power Chewing

Unlike other dental treatment options, implants enable you to enjoy a most natural and satisfying chewing experience. You do not have to take special care when eating.

Are you hungry? No worries, just eat.

Traditional dentures often slide, making it difficult for you to enjoy chewing. Dental implants function like your natural teeth, allowing you to eat all your favorite foods without any extra effort or sensation of pain.

Speaking of teeth sensitivity, the bite force you can apply when eating is almost the same as that of a person with a complete set of teeth. It is most definitely allows better bite force than a person with traditional dentures can afford.

Schedule Your Own Private Consultation with Dr. J

Anacapa Dental Art Institute is proud of their dedicated service to Ventura County. Lead by world-renowned top cosmetic prosthodontist Dr. Jivraj and his expert staff, Anacapa has the expertise and facility to handle whatever your cosmetic dental situation may be. Whether it’s a tooth whitening or a full mouth reconstruction, expect nothing but some of the best dental care Ventura County has available.

Call today for a private consultation. Renew your smile, renew your life.

About Your Oxnard, CA Cosmetic Dentist:

We look forward to providing families with exceptional care and advanced treatment options. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Jivraj contact our Oxnard, CA, dental office today by calling 805-988-3317. Our office at 2821 N Ventura Road, Oxnard, CA 93036 welcomes patients in and around Oxnard, CA, including Santa Barbara, Woodland Hills, Ventura, and the surrounding Southern California communities.

Like this article? Be sure to share this with your family and friends through Facebook and Twitter!

Our Team Looks Forward to Welcoming You to

Anacapa Dental Art Institute

We’re proud to help everyone achieve the smile of their dreams. We’re located in Oxnard and serve the surrounding communities including Santa Barbara, Ventura, Camarillo, Thousand Oaks, Woodland Hills, Simi Valley, Calabasas, Port Hueneme, Malibu, and Westlake Village.