With Bristol Dental Group, you are choosing a higher level of All-On-4 dental implants delivered with a higher level of precision and care by award-winning specialists.
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When you work with us, you get a team of specialists who work together to provide you the best operation, recovery, and aesthetics as possible.
This level of collaborative treatment is rare to find anywhere else!
Anesthesiologists specializing in dentistry are pivotal in administering anesthesia to ensure patient comfort and pain management during a range of dental procedures. Through careful assessment of patient medical histories and real-time monitoring of vital signs, they tailor anesthesia techniques to individual needs, making necessary adjustments for optimal safety and comfort. Collaborating closely with the dental team, they ensure effective communication and coordination of care, while also providing patients with crucial pre-operative and post-operative guidance. By mitigating pain and anxiety, these professionals significantly contribute to a positive dental experience and successful treatment outcomes.
Prosthodontists are essential within the realm of dentistry, specializing in the restoration and replacement of missing teeth and oral structures. These experts design and implement intricate prosthetic solutions, such as dental crowns, bridges, dentures, and implants, tailored to each patient’s unique needs. Prosthodontists thoroughly assess patients’ oral conditions, taking into account factors like aesthetics, function, and comfort, to craft personalized treatment plans. Through collaboration with dental technicians and other specialists, they meticulously create and place prosthetic devices, striving to restore both the appearance and functionality of the patient’s smile. With their expertise, prosthodontists play a pivotal role in enhancing dental aesthetics, oral health, and overall quality of life for their patients.
Oral surgeons are integral to the field of dentistry, specializing in complex surgical procedures related to the mouth, jaw, and face. These skilled professionals perform a range of treatments, including tooth extractions, wisdom teeth removal, dental implant placement, corrective jaw surgery, and treatment of facial trauma. Prior to surgery, oral surgeons carefully evaluate patients’ medical histories and oral conditions, developing tailored surgical plans that prioritize both optimal outcomes and patient safety. They possess advanced surgical expertise, often working in collaboration with other dental specialists to address intricate cases. Oral surgeons play a critical role in restoring oral function, alleviating pain, and enhancing facial aesthetics, contributing significantly to overall dental health and the well-being of their patients.
– New York Medical College
– University of California, Los Angeles
– University of Southern California
– Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
Licenses & Certifications
– California State Dental License
– California General Anesthesia Permit
– California Elective Facial Cosmetic Surgery Permit
– Basic Life Support (BLS) Pediatric
– Advance Life Support (PALS)
– Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
– Loma Linda Implant Dentistry
– UCSD Graduate Prosthodontics
– NYU Winthrop
– New York Medical College
– University of Tennessee
– American College of Prosthodontics
– The American Prosthodontic Society
– San Francisco Dental Society
– California Dental Association
– American Dental Association
– University of Southern California
– UCLA Medical Center
– Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles
– American Board of Anesthesiology, Diplomate
– Orange County Phyisican of Excellence Award
– Dental Board of California, Expert Consultant
– Loma Linda University, Lecturer
– Western University School of Medicine, Clinical Professor
Zirconia is the only material we would choose for ourselves and our loved ones.
Not only is zirconia the hardest known ceramic in the world and the strongest material used in dentistry, it is also designed to be stain-resistant and perfectly mimics the color of your natural teeth.
If you receive zirconia, you know you are getting the best option on the market today.
Zirconia, a versatile and durable ceramic material, has found widespread application in modern dentistry. With its exceptional strength, biocompatibility, and natural tooth-like appearance, zirconia is commonly used in dental restorations such as crowns, bridges, and dental implants. This material’s white color closely resembles natural teeth, making it an excellent choice for creating aesthetically pleasing dental restorations. Zirconia restorations are known for their longevity and resistance to wear, ensuring durability over time. Moreover, zirconia’s biocompatibility reduces the risk of adverse reactions, making it a safe option for patients. Whether in prosthetic solutions or implantology, zirconia’s adaptability and aesthetic qualities have made it a valuable asset in modern dental practice, contributing to enhanced oral health and patient satisfaction.
During a typical “All-on-4” visit, four dental implants are strategically placed in the jawbone. A temporary set of teeth might be attached the same day. Follow-up appointments ensure healing, and after a few months, a permanent set of teeth is created for improved appearance and function.
We are able to provide full general anesthesia by a licensed and board certified anesthesiologist.
With local anesthesia, you are fully conscious and a small area of your mouth is numbed. That means you may feel anxiety during a larger surgery and also some pain.
With general anesthesia, you feel nothing and are unaware of the procedure. It may see as if you blink and the procedure is over.
General anesthesia is a medical technique used to make patients completely unconscious and unaware during surgical procedures. It’s a carefully controlled process that involves giving patients specific medications, both through an IV and by inhaling gases. These medications affect the brain’s activity, essentially putting it in a state of deep sleep. This means that patients don’t feel any pain or remember anything that happens during the surgery.
During the procedure, anesthesiologists closely monitor the patient’s vital signs like heart rate, blood pressure, and oxygen levels. They adjust the amount of medications and gases as needed to keep the patient in a stable condition. When the surgery is finished, the anesthesia medications are reduced or stopped, allowing the patient to gradually wake up from the deep sleep. This recovery process is also closely supervised to ensure a smooth and safe awakening.
General anesthesia is generally safe when administered by trained professionals in a controlled environment. Before surgery, patients are thoroughly evaluated to consider any potential risks based on their health and medical history. During surgery, vital signs like heart rate and oxygen levels are closely monitored. Anesthesia providers, who are experts in this field, carefully tailor the anesthesia plan to each patient’s needs. While complications are rare, some people might experience temporary side effects like nausea after waking up. Serious complications are very uncommon due to advanced practices and technology. Open communication with the medical team is essential. Remember, most surgeries involving general anesthesia are successful and safe, with healthcare providers assessing individual circumstances for personalized care.
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Dental implants are an investment in your health. With our no-obligation consultations, you can be sure of your decision with us before making any investment.
For a limited time, our complimentary consultations include a CT scan at no cost.
Dental CT (computed tomography) scans benefit you by providing accurate diagnoses, personalized treatment plans, and enhanced safety with reduced radiation. These scans lead to less invasive procedures, better surgical results, and early issue detection. As a result you gain a clear understanding of your dental situation, leading to efficient and effective treatments.
Absolutely no hidden costs or fees. We hate surprises just as much as you do.