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Modesto Implant Dentistry – Acree & Isenhower Family Dentistry – Dental Implants in Modesto

Do you have missing, chipped or cracked teeth due to injury, disease or decay? Are you putting up with painful teeth because you don’t want to end up with dentures? Do your current dentures drive you crazy? There is a better alternative!

Dental implants are permanent teeth that end up replacing missing teeth. Unlike dentures, they don’t require adhesive to stay in your mouth. An implant is actually a permanent titanium screw placed into your jaw which then holds a prosthetic tooth. Because the tooth is attached similar to the way your teeth are rooted, they feel natural, perform like your natural teeth, and are very comfortable and easy to care for. Unlike dentures, which often have fit problems and messy adhesive applications, or a bridge, which requires filing the teeth surrounding the replacement, a dental implant has virtually no physical downsides. In addition, they last longer than alternative treatments, and have a very high success rate.

Does having a screw put into your jaw sound painful? You might be surprised to find that the procedure is often easier than having a tooth removed. In fact, patients in our office experience very minimal soreness and can go about their daily activities as normal.  Even so, all of our exam rooms are equipped with various forms of sedation and comfort measures, and it is our goal to have you feel comfortable and relaxed during your treatment.

The doctors at Acree & Isenhower Family Dentistry in Modesto have over ten years experience in dental implant and restorative procedures. We take a comprehensive approach to oral care, from exams to implants, without sending you to an unfamiliar office and unfamiliar doctor. We strive to take care of you as a whole person, not one need at a time. 

When you come in for your appointment, one of our doctors will be with you during your initial consultation and comprehensive exam. We will come up with a treatment plan for your specific case and even use 3D imaging to plan your treatment. During that time, you certainly will have inquiries ranging from costs to the details of the procedure itself. We make sure to give new and current patients the time they need to inquire about all the procedures and options.

If you’re ready to find out more, make an appointment with one of our dentists by calling (209) 529-0674.