Affordable Dental Implants

Most people with dental implants express a quality of life that is much more comfortable and secure compared to the lifestyle experienced by those with removable dentures or fixed bridges.

Implants eliminate the day-to-day frustrations and discomfort of both bridges and dentures. Find out more details and get a discount with a special offer on implant procedure in our free ebook here.

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New Image Dental accepts all PPO insurance plans including Metlife, Delta Denta, Human, Cigna, Aetna, Guardian, and others.

We are not able to accept HMO or Medical. However, for our patients, convenience do offer finance options including Lending Club and Carecredit.

In our Inglewood dental office, we understand how important your smile is to your overall health, quality of life, self-image, and well-being.

Of the many options available, none have the stunning perfection and permanence of dental implants. So let’s take a closer look and help decide if dental implants are right for you.

What Are Dental Implants?

A dental implant is a long-term – even permanent – solution to replace a missing tooth or multiple teeth. Unlike a conventional crown, which rests on the gumline, a dental implant is attached to the bone where the missing tooth and roots used to be.

While there are several types of implants, the basic process consists of a tapered cylindrical implant post, usually titanium, surgically implanted into the jawbone. An anchoring structure called an abutment is placed on the post. Finally, the replacement tooth – or prosthetic – is secured in place.

What Are The Benefits of Implants?

The benefits of dental implants are many. You get a new tooth that is nearly identical – both aesthetically and functionally – to the original. With an implant, there is no slipping, sliding, or need for adhesives. Implanted teeth never need to be removed. Chewing and biting are exactly the same as with healthy, natural teeth.

And, best of all, dental implants last for 20 years or more! For most people, implants offer a solution that is truly – and beautifully – permanent.

How Long Does the Process Take?

Because dental implants are a surgical (not merely cosmetic) procedure, the entire process – from initial consultation to completion can take a few visits to the dental office.

Why? Because of a process called osseointegration where the bone at the implant site heals and fuses with the metal post.

After this process is complete, a dental specialist creates and attaches the final prosthetic tooth.

So let’s review the three different types of dental implants to gain insight on which might meet your own unique needs.

Root Form

These implants are typically used for people who have deeper or wider jaw bones. A series of appointments over a 6-month period is usually required. This timeframe ensures that the bone and gums are healing appropriately.

Plate Form

When an individual has a shallow or narrow jawbone structure, Plate Form is generally the best alternative. In this process, the specialist attaches a long, flat implant into the jawbone.

Most plate form implants have a similar healing period to Root Form, as some bone integration occurs. However, some modern forms of plate implants can be used for immediate integration.


These implants are used when the jawbone is damaged and may not be suitable for Root or Plate Form implants. This option is also preferred if the jaw is naturally narrow or shallow.

These implants are designed to rest atop, with certain sections kept below, the gumline. While the healing period is shorter, they may not last as long as other types of implants.

Dental implants have an overall success rate of 95% and 50 years of clinical research to back them up.

How Do I Get Started with Dental Implant Procedure?

First, you need to find out if your overall health, bone strength, jawbone shape, and other factors make you a candidate for dental implants.

As a first step, schedule an appointment for an expert analysis of the size, shape, and density of your jawbone.

After the appointment, a comprehensive Plan of Care will be created that is specially customized to you.

For example, if you have multiple missing teeth due to an accident, the dentist may suggest an Implant-Anchored Bridge, Full Arch, or even All Teeth approach. Or, if only one tooth is missing, you may be a perfect candidate for a Root or Plate Form implant option.

How Do I Choose The Right Dental Specialists?

Remember the old adage, You Get What You Pay For? Nothing could be truer when it comes to selecting an experienced, compassionate and talented team.

There are many dentist Los Angeles offering “Cheap” or “Discounted” dental implant services. Please be cautious – and even skeptical – when evaluating these claims.

Top 5 Reasons Not To Go Cheap On Dental Implants

  1. Success Rate and Longevity

There is a direct correlation between quality of care and how well your implants perform. Dental implants require both artistry and experience. When you settle for less, you get less.

  1. Effects on Your Health

Dental implants only work if bone structure and overall health are a match. A qualified dental team will ensure implants not only look great, but allow you to eat, drink and breathe properly.

  1. Quality of Care – It’s a Process

Dental implants are not a one-day procedure. Before you sign on for what could be a multi visit to a dental office process, make sure you will receive the continuous, follow-up care you deserve.

  1. Medical Expertise Is Required

Analyzing jawbone structure, and ensuring the implant is properly placed, is required for implant procedure. Entrust your dental care (including X-Rays, surgery, healing and recovery) to a pain-free dentist.

  1. Proven Results

It is simple to obtain information on dental offices within Los Angeles area, reviews, and testimonials. Choose a dental team with a proven history of results and top-flight customer service.

Have Questions?

Whether you’d like to Book Now with a Los Angeles dentist, learn more about our doctors, or if you have questions about dental implant cost or our commitment to a pain-free, stress free environment contact our office in Los Angeles (310) 216-9600.

We are always available to answer your questions completely and honestly.

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