California is a future-oriented society. We’re not old and ancient Europe, and we never have been. We look towards the future. That’s where we get so much of our dynamism as a society. Well, the same goes for the current pandemic. Yes, it’s been terrible. Yes, we’ve done everything we can to comply with San Francisco guidelines. But there will be a future – yours and ours.
A big part of that can be your dental implants for the future in the Bay Area. Indeed, dental implants ARE the future of tooth replacement. Bridges and dentures are things of the past. Yes, some people still have them, but they should have gone out with the dinosaurs. No doubt some people, somewhere, are still using typewriters! Maybe they haven’t noticed that we are now in the digital age. We can send a message to somebody on the other side of the world and they will get it in a couple of minutes. 30 years ago that would have been unthinkable: you had to write a letter (on your typewriter), put it in an envelope, put a stamp on it, take it to the Post Office, and if you were lucky it might arrive in a couple of weeks – assuming it didn’t get lost on the way.
Today We Use A Pocket Computer
Today, Californians use email and Skype or Facetime, using a pocket computer that is called a phone, but is actually a pocket computer that just happens to have a phone in it as well. Sure, you can call people up on the phone, but most of us send messages on WhatsApp or iMessage, or use email. And not just messages: you can take photos and videos on that pocket computer and send those too.
So when it comes to missing teeth, you need dental implants for the future in the Bay Area. And that is what we do at San Francisco Dental Implant Center. The name’s a bit of a giveaway, isn’t it?! Modern dental implants have only been around since the 1970s and have undergone several transformations into what they are today. They are the future when it comes to missing teeth, because they behave in exactly the same way as natural teeth.
A titanium screw is inserted into the jawbone and the bone grows tightly around it. This mimics the root of the natural tooth. The crown is then fitted on to the implant and you have a fully working tooth again.
If you are considering dental implants for the future in the Bay Area, the first step is to book a consult with our specialist doctor. To find out more, click on the Consult link at the top of the page.