Krystle Fenton, DDS

Dental Implants

You have tooth replacement options! At Laguna Vista Dental, we are pleased to offer dental implants in our Elk Grove office. Implants can completely restore your smile’s look. They can also improve function while providing you with a replacement option that lasts a lifetime.

Krystle Fenton, DDS

Dental Implants

You have tooth replacement options! At Laguna Vista Dental, we are pleased to offer dental implants in our Elk Grove office. Implants can completely restore your smile’s look. They can also improve function while providing you with a replacement option that lasts a lifetime.

Why choose us for dental implants in Elk Grove?

We are so happy you are considering our Elk Grove office for your dental needs. We take great pride in what we do and are passionate about helping our patients achieve their dental goals. With dental implants, our dentist can replace one, two, multiple, or all missing teeth. As an advanced solution for missing teeth, dental implants deliver more comfortable wear. Dental implants also create a stronger bite and unsurpassed durability.

At Laguna Vista Dental, we work hard to give patients the best results possible. Whether you need a single tooth replaced or an entire arch, we are dedicated to optimal patient care. Our dentists and staff are compassionate and will do whatever you need to ensure comfort from the moment you walk into our office.

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What are dental implants?

Dental implants are an advanced replacement for missing teeth. Those that have lost a tooth, before implantology, would have only the options of crowns, bridges, and dentures. With dental implants, patients receive specialty restorations. These prosthetics have special attachments fitted for the implant for better support.

As mentioned, receiving dental implants is a surgical procedure. Your dentist will need to gain access to your jaw bone to prepare it for implant insertion. A hole will need to be drilled into the bone; then implant screwed in. The incision site will need to heal. A process called osseointegration will need to take place. This is where the implant and jaw bone fuse. Once osseointegration occurs, the implant can fully support the weight of a dental prosthetic.

The type of dental prosthetic used depends on your unique situation. For a single missing tooth, for example, we may use an individual crown. This will restore your smile while providing the most natural-looking results possible. In situations where you have a full arch that needs replacement, multiple dental implants are used. Full arch replacement receives an implant-supported denture to restore the smile.

Benefits of implant dentistry

Tooth loss can impact your life substantially. From not liking your smile’s appearance to finding it difficult to eat or drink, you may start to consider available options. Dental implants have become the most talked-about and chosen tooth restoration in the industry. Take a look at a few reasons our patients are choosing dental implants over traditional restorations like bridges, crowns, and dentures.
can replace one or all missing teeth
more comfortable
same day dental implants can restore your smile in a single office visit
easy to care for
prevents bone loss
No more cavities
eliminates embarrassing slippage new line
enhances the shape of your face
Are you curious if dental implants are right for you? The first step is to contact our office for an appointment. We can go over your specific dental concerns and questions. We can assess whether or not you are a good candidate for implants. In some cases, additional procedures are necessary to ensure the proper fusion of the bone and implant as well as secured placement. If you’re unhappy with your smile due to missing teeth or would love a better alternative to traditional dentures, contact us now.
Woman Happy with Her Dental Implant

Are you tired of denture slips or gaps in your smile?

Have you had that unfortunate experience of your dentures coming loose while you’re having dinner with friends or family? Or what about when you’re speaking in front of a crowd? Denture slips are one of the most feared events. Luckily, there is a better option for tooth replacement. Dental implants can completely eliminate the fear of denture slips, uncomfortable wear, or dealing with messy glue.

Dental implants provide the support needed for full arch replacement or to replace a single tooth. Once the implants are installed, there is minimal maintenance that needs to be performed. This means you can throw out the glue and say hello to a beautiful smile.

After dental implant treatment

A beautiful smile you don’t have to think about

Imagine never again worrying about dentures slipping. Or not having to worry that you can’t eat the foods you love. With dental implants, it’s like having your natural teeth again. These are one of the best options available in the dental field for restoring smiles due to missing teeth. Dental implants can resolve a single missing tooth or all your teeth. Let us assist you on your journey towards a complete smile you can be proud to show off. Start today by requesting an appointment. Our dentist, Dr. Fenton, and a compassionate team of dental professionals are always here for you.
Elk Grove Dentist, Krystle Fenton

Our promise to you

Choosing a dentist for your teeth replacement is more than just what options are available in the office. Your dentist should only be experienced in filling gaps. They should deliver a seamless finish. At the same time, they are understanding and compassionate right from the initial appointment. We promise that you’ll always receive the best care from our staff and dentist.

Our office is furnished with the latest equipment, materials, and technology for exceptional results. Our office is a zero judgment zone. Here, you don’t have to feel worried or ashamed about your teeth. We are only here to help you achieve the smile YOU desire.

Contact us today

If you’re tired of a gap in your smile holding you back, isn’t now a perfect time for a change? Our dental team can help replace one, multiple, or all your teeth with dental implants and implant-supported devices. Your journey towards a beautiful, full smile starts now.



What is the downside of dental implants?

There are very few downsides to dental implants. The number one concern with patients is cost. Implants are considered a cosmetic procedure and most often aren’t covered by dental insurance. Another downside is that not everyone is a good candidate right away. Some patients may need additional procedures to prepare their jawbone for the implant, like sinus lifts or bone grafts.

How long do dental implants last?

Dental implants are considered permanent. However, the dental restoration that is attached (what you see) is not. You may need to replace your implant-supported bridge, crown, or denture after 10-15 years.

What is the average cost for a dental implant?

Dental implant cost varies. Factors, including insurance, placement, and type, can play a role. On average, the cost per implant is roughly $1,000-3,000.

Do teeth implants hurt?

There should be no discomfort throughout the procedure. You will be given an anesthetic to numb the area entirely. After the anesthetic has worn off, there might be a little pain resolved with OTC medications or a prescription from your dentist.