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Get a Stable Solution to Your Missing Teeth With Dental Implants

Are missing teeth causing you to hide your smile? There is something you can do to restore your smile!

Dental implants can provide a long-term solution to repairing your smile.

At the Center for Dental Restorations in San Diego, Dr. Pamela MacPherson can help you get your smile back with a dental implant plan.

Give Your Dentures and Crowns Full Support

Whether you are missing one tooth or several teeth, dental implants may be the solution for the gaps in your smile.

Dental implants act as a tooth root – securing dental appliances to the jaw for long-term solutions. Implants are typically used in conjunction with:

Utilizing implants will give you a full smile that you can be proud of. Call 619-294-9525 to schedule a dental implant appointment today.

Restore Your Smile in One Day

You no longer have to wait weeks or months after dental implant surgery to restore your smile. There are various protocols available today, including:

  • Teeth in a Day®
  • All-on-4™
  • Same Day Teeth®

Dr. MacPherson will coordinate with your surgeon to determine if one of these options is best suited for your needs.

If feasible for your needs, Dr. MacPherson will create your dentures so they are ready to adapt to the implants the same day your implants are placed. These non-removable dentures will serve as your teeth until your final fixed bridge is fabricated a few months later.

Remember, your implants and restorations need to be cared for just like your natural teeth. By getting your restorations at our San Diego office, you can ensure that your follow-up care will be thorough and concentrated on maintaining your oral health.

Trust Your Smile to a Skilled Prosthodontist

At the Center for Dental Restorations, Dr. MacPherson will plan where your dental implant needs to be placed and will properly design the crown, bridge, or denture that will attach to the implant. She will then work closely with the oral surgeon or periodontist who will place your implant. This will ensure that your mouth’s reconstruction matches your specific needs. For more information, please visit, The Dental Implant Guide

To learn more about the dental implant procedure, contact San Diego’s Center for Dental Restorations today.

Why should patients interested in dental implant treatment seek the advice of a prosthodontist rather than a general dentist? Click to download the PDF: Prosthodontists: The Tooth Replacement Specialists