BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.
Dec. 28, 2013
Beverly Hills dental implants
dentist, Dr. Kevin Sands DDS, offers dental implants for tooth replacement. These titanium rods can be inserted into the jawbone for more security with a variety of restorations. They can be used with porcelain crowns, dental bridges and dentures, and they offer a healthier, more natural-looking solution to tooth loss.
About Dr. Kevin Sands DDS, Expert in
Dental Implants Beverly Hills
is a skilled
expert and an LVI Preferred Dentist. He graduated from the
University of Southern California's
School of Dentistry before continuing his advanced education at the Las Vegas Institute. He has worked with some of the brightest and most recognizable smiles in
, and his work has been featured in "Cosmopolitan," "GQ" and "People Magazine." Today, Dr. Sands is a member of the American Dental Association, the California State Dental Association, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Sands offers extensive treatment solutions, including dental implants, porcelain crowns, porcelain veneers, teeth whitening and Invisalign. Visit
to learn more.
Virtually anyone who has lost one or more teeth may be a candidate for dental implants. Patients should enjoy good dental health and have adequate jawbone density. The complication rate for dental implants is extremely low, and more than 95 percent of patients who have had implants placed still have them over 15 years later. Dr.
dental implants expert, offers comprehensive evaluations that allow patients to learn more about the procedure and determine if they are candidates so that they can decide if dental implants are right for them.
Implants are more cosmetically appealing than other types of restorations because they are designed just like natural teeth. However, they are also healthier. When a tooth is lost, the bone around the tooth is also lost. This process can START immediately after the loss of the tooth and can continue, which threatens the health of the teeth that are adjacent to the gap. Restoring the tooth root using dental implants keeps the jawbone stimulated and strong because the bone tissue is adequately stimulated and so grows into and around the implant.