Thursday May 21st, 2020 Greetings! The time has come when we can start seeing patients again, although we aren’t back to business as usual. We have been working hard over the last few weeks to implement all the new federal, state, and local mandates, as…Read more »
If you think you’re in need of tooth replacement, and you’ve been researching options online, you’ve likely read a lot about dental implants. Considered the standard of care for tooth replacement, dental implants have become increasingly popular among San Diego men and women who either need only one or two teeth replaced, or several teeth.Read more »
When Dr. Beck meets with men and women in Poway about having dental implants placed, some of the discussion involves a needed extraction prior to implant placement.
Many men and women in San Diego visit Dr. Beck every year to have dental implants placed. As the most sought after tooth replacement option, dental implants can replace just one or two teeth, or all of your teeth, if needed!
Men and women in San Diego choose to have dental implants placed as a solution for single or multiple missing teeth, or to stabilize dentures. When you choose Dr. Beck at Southern California Periodontics & Implantology you’re choosing an expert in dental implant technology.
Many of the dental implants patients Dr. Beck sees are typically curious about how long their implants will last, and what factors influence the success of their procedure. This is a very understandable question.
When you visit with Dr. Beck in her Poway office to discuss dental implants, one of the things she will determine is whether or not you are a good candidate for this tooth replacement option.
Poway residents who have loose or missing teeth as a result of periodontal disease often ask Dr. Beck of Southern California Periodontics & Implantology if they qualify to receive dental implants.
People lose teeth for many reasons. Two of the most common causes of tooth loss is due to severe gum disease or a dental decay (cavities). If you are missing multiple teeth, or think you may need to have several removed, you’re probably wondering what your options are for replacing your missing teeth.
If you’ve been told that you need a tooth, or multiple teeth, extracted, you have probably also asked yourself how they will be replaced. The need to replace a missing tooth in the front is critical in maintaining a socially-acceptable smile, however some people wonder why they might need to replace a missing tooth in the back, where nobody can see it.