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Solutions for Single Dental Implants

Are you missing a single tooth or a badly decayed tooth? Is it affecting your smile and ability to eat? A dental implant is a perfect answer.


A single missing front or back tooth or a broken tooth can be replaced with a dental implant.  It can look and feel like your natural tooth. It is a fixed tooth supported by dental implant.


Please contact our office (925) 679-3333 to schedule a consultation.

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Single Dental Implants
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Lasting Solutions for Multiple Missing Teeth

Permanent Teeth Replacement With Dental Implants

When you have 2 or more teeth missing, a dental implant is the perfect solution. With dental implant you can replace missing teeth which are fixed and you can have your smile back. You can also eat efficiently with these teeth  and enjoy life to the fullest.

Dental Implant Options For Multiple Missing Teeth

For replacing multiple missing teeth dental implant bridge can give you optimum function and confident smile. Implant bridge consists of multiple teeth attached together and supported by 2 or more implants. If you have many teeth missing then one can have 4 to 6 implants placed in one jaw and have all the teeth replaced with full arch implant supported fixed teeth.  In some situation if you have been missing teeth for long time bone loss may have occurred. Bone grafting and /or sinus bone grafting may be necessary to place dental implants.


Call us today to find out if you are a candidate for dental implants.

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Full Arch Dental Implants

All on 4/All on 6/All on 8 Full Arch Dental Implants

Are you tired of an ill-fitting denture and want to eat well while looking good? Do you have severely decayed or missing teeth that need to be replaced but you are not sure how to get back your smile? At Pristine Dental Center for Implant Dentistry, we have a solution for you: Complete implant-supported fixed teeth.


Complete Implant-supported fixed teeth is a state-of-the-art system through which you can have full set of teeth with just four to eight implants in each jaw.

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For decades, dentures have been the only solution for missing teeth. Thanks to the wonders of modern implant dentistry, that is no longer the case. Complete implant-supported fixed teeth can give you the confidence to smile, eat the food at your favorite restaurant, and all these without getting any embarrassment!  The gentle, efficient process can restore functional chewing, end the discomfort of sloppy dentures, and preserve the health of your jawbone. When compared to dentures, all on 4 has several benefits like:

Minimal recovery time

Bone grafting may not be needed

Easy maintenance

Patients can eat all kinds of food

Aesthetic appearance

Long term results assured

Overall cost is reduced when compared to single implants

Patients can typically return to work quickly after the procedure

How Full Mouth Implants Work

Phase #1

In your first visit you will be going through a comprehensive dental exam which begins with a consultation, X-rays, CAT scans, impressions and treatment planning.

Phase #2

Making of temporary teeth to be placed after the surgery.

Phase #3

Removal of teeth ( if necessary) and strategic placement of 4 to 8 implants in each jaw followed by placement of fixed temporary teeth on the same day.

Phase #4

Making of the final long term teeth and placement.

Phase #5

Maintenance Visits

Complete implant-supported fixed teeth can give you back your smile and ability to eat.

Call (925) 679-3333 to schedule your implant consultation at Pristine Dental, Center for Implant Dentistry in Oakley, CA.


Dental Implants vs Traditional Dentures

There is no comparison between dental implants and dentures. With dentures your chewing capacity is 10 times lower than natural teeth. You are limited in what you can eat with dentures. Adding to that dentures can be loose, they can move while talking, eating and sometimes can come out completely causing embarrassment. They also cause bone loss and cause the face to look shrunken and older than what you are.

Dental implants can establish chewing capacity to as good as natural teeth. You can eat, talk, and smile with confidence. No more embarrassing moments! Dental implants also prevent bone loss maintaining your facial contours.

To find out if your dentures can be replaced with implants, call us at (925) 679-3333.


Bone Grafting

When we loose our teeth, we not only loose the teeth but also support bone and gums. The bone loss process is continuous after the loss of teeth. It does not stop. Hence longer the time period after tooth loss, more is the bone loss. Gums become narrow and short due to underlying bone loss. Also this bone loss can be reflected on our face giving us a sunken, aged look.

Implant placement in thin , narrow bone is difficult or sometimes impossible. In such cases, bone has to be grown to a certain thickness so that implant placement can be done. This can be done by bone grafting procedure where we add bone or bone substitute to the thin bone in order to gain height and thickness. Implants can be placed at the same time or a few months after the bone grafting procedure. Bone grafting is not 100 percent predictable procedure. We at Pristine dental use all the advanced techniques and latest biomaterials (PRF, PRP, bone protein BMP) to get the predictable result.


Dental Implant Costs

Dental Implant can vary depending upon the type of tooth/teeth you are replacing and the type of implant. The fee for dental implants can be from $2000 - $6000 for a single implant. Depending upon additional procedures needed like bone grafting, sinus grafting, gum grafting and the type of teeth you desire, the cost may change. ​


For full arch dental implants supported fixed teeth, the fee can be from $15,000 - $30,000 per jaw.


We accept all major dental insurances and can use your insurance benefits to supplement your dental implant costs. We work with major finance companies to make this treatment affordable at low monthly payments.


To find out more, call us at 925 679 3333.


Sinus Lifts

We all have a hollow space in our cheekbone called Maxillary Sinus. This space is located above our upper back teeth (behind the eye tooth).


When you lose single or multiple back upper teeth, sinus space expands downwards.


Now there is not enough height of bone available to place the implant in this region. Bone grafting is done to grow bone in this sinus space to gain lost bone height so that proper length implant can be placed in this region. 

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$150 Cleaning Offer On Your First Visit

The goal of our clinic is to provide friendly, caring dentistry and the highest level of general, cosmetic, and specialist dental treatments.

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