If you have lost any teeth through trauma or neglect, you might find it difficult to make a decision on your next step. Missing teeth and gaps in your smile can be embarrassing, reduce your self-confidence, and lead to other…
What is Osseointegration? Discovered in the 1950’s, osseointegration refers to the process that occurs between the living bone and the foundation of your dental implant. After a period of several months, new bone cells begin to grow on and around…
As with any improvement in appearance, perhaps the greatest noticeable enhancement is to your smile. There are several options to replace a missing tooth, however, only dental implants will mimic your natural teeth as they have become the most popular…
If you’re missing teeth, dentures are a viable option – for a few years. But beyond that, your jaw will begin to shrink, and your appearance will begin to change. Before you know it, your jaw is narrow, causing a…
When you lose a tooth, the part of the jawbone that tooth was attached to will begin to deteriorate because it is no longer getting the exercise it needs to stay healthy. It is for this reason that we recommend you restore your missing teeth with dental implants as soon as possible, as implants are capable of keeping your jawbone healthy and strong.
If you fail to replace your missing teeth, it is possible that you may develop gum disease or tooth decay due to the empty spaces left behind by your missing teeth. Because of this, we recommend you restore your missing teeth with dental implants as soon as possible.
Dental implants are quickly beginning to replace dentures as the go to treatment for missing teeth because they provide beautiful replacement teeth that work and feel just like natural teeth. And, only dental implants provide permanent replacement teeth that are both comfortable and reliable.
Dr. Maggie Chao
1475 Cedarwood Lane Suite C
Pleasanton, CA 94566
Monday: 9AM – 4:30PM
Wednesday: 9AM – 4:30PM
Friday: 9AM – 4:30PM