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PHONE: (805) 922.7725

  620 West Main Street
Santa Maria, CA 93458

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Losing a tooth or several teeth can be a shocking experience. It can affect your self-esteem and even prevent you from living a healthy social life. Aside from the emotional distress, there are other problems that can result from tooth loss such as making the ability to eat more difficult.

Dental implants have been recognized as one of the most effective dental procedures of choice for teeth replacement because they fit, feel and function like natural teeth. Implants act as substitutes for the roots of missing teeth and are designed to be long-lasting. They are fused in the jawbone and are not visible once surgically placed which make implants mimic natural teeth the closest. With proper care and maintenance through regular checkup visits with your dentist, implants can last you a lifetime.
Dental implants are uniquely stable, eliminating the need for removable or partial dentures. They can also serve as an attachment for other dental prostheses like crowns, bridges and dentures. With dental implants, you will be able to eat, speak, smile and laugh confidently!

Our Completely Free Informational Dental Implant Seminar will fully explain the benefits of dental implants and why so many people are choosing dental implants as a more permanent, more comfortable and more secure alternative to dentures and partials. Also we would love to answer all your questions and concerns about dental implants and the treatment or procedure involved.

The Dental Implant Seminar is taking place in our office, Santa Barbara Family Dentistry at 620 W Main St, Santa Maria on Tuesday October 24th, 2017 at 7:15 PM. We are offering a Free Complete Exam and Consultation for all who attend.

Seating is limited so please call (805) 922-7725 to register or use the form bellow.

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