San Francisco Dental Implant Center Announces Post about Bay Area Dental Implants and the Power of Titanium

May 25, 2019 – San Francisco, California. San Francisco Dental Implants, the Bay Area leader in dental implants from San Francisco to Oakland to San Jose, is proud to announce an informational blog post about the use of titanium in modern medicine.

Dental implants in San Francisco.

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The post explains that the metal has biocompatible qualities and can be the best answer to replacing missing teeth via dental implants. The new post provides information about the long-term value of titanium used in jaw and implant surgery, and argues that dental implants may be superior to traditional dentures for many people.

“Today’s dental implants give people such natural, comfortable results that dentures just can’t compare,” explained Dr. Alex Rabinovich, chief oral surgeon of San Francisco Dental Implant Center. “One reason why is the use of titanium. The metal fuses with natural bone to create a strong and long-lasting ‘root’ for new teeth. This means no sliding of teeth while speaking or eating. A person might even forget they have implants at all.”

Bay Area residents can read the new San Francisco Dental Implant Center blog post about titanium implants at https://www.sfdentalimplants.com/blog/losing-teeth-you-can-have-dentures-or-dental-implants/. Bay Area locals searching for a more natural-feeling answer to missing teeth may find dental implants a far superior solution compared to dentures. Titanium “rooting” dental implants into a jawline can improve the quality of life for eating, smiling and daily activities. To learn more about Bay Area dental implant options, please visit the informational page at https://www.sfdentalimplants.com/bay-area-dental-implants/.

LOCALS LEARN THE LIFE-LONG BENEFITS OF BAY AREA DENTAL IMPLANTS

Here is the background for this release. Titanium metal has been a staple in surgical procedures since the 1940s. Considered to be safe and exhibit few complications, titanium is popular for knee and hip replacement surgery. Oral surgeons have utilized the metal since the 1960s and improved its application over time. In the Bay Area, today’s practice of titanium in dental implant surgery might be the best option for patients seeking a top-quality result.

Patients may be discouraged by the underperformance of standard dentures. Teeth can slide along the gum line during meals. Removing dentures each evening for cleaning can be time-consuming. Bay Area dental implants solve these issues and lead to a better quality of life.

Titanium-rooted implants might be considered a better-than-natural option for replacing missing teeth. After surgery, bone in the jaw can easily fuse with the biocompatible metal. The result can be a stable, comfortable set of long-term teeth. Bay Area dental implants can help a patient experience life uninterrupted by the discomfort and daily management of other oral devices such as dentures, crowns, and bridges. For these reasons, San Francisco Dental Implants has released a new blog post about the value of titanium for oral surgery.

ABOUT SAN FRANCISCO DENTAL IMPLANT CENTER

San Francisco Dental Implant Center, under the direction of Dr. Alex Rabinovich, focuses on the placement and restoration of dental implants, making its team among the most experienced in the Bay Area. Dr. Rabinovich is a Board Certified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon specializing in the field of dental implants. The new Trefoil dental implants have been added to the list of procedures the professional oral surgeon provides. This additional training, along with his years of experience, sets Alex Rabinovich MD DDS apart from the growing number of general dentists offering dental implant treatments. Dr. Rabinovich provides services for the San Francisco Bay Area, Marin County, Peninsula and surrounding North Bay Cities.

Contact:
San Francisco Dental Implant
Center, Media Relations
Web. https://www.sfdentalimplants.com/
Email. visage.sanfran@gmail.com
Tel. 415-817-9991


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