There are a multitude of options available for implant dentures. Although we do offer All-on-Four, we are not limited to the All-on-4 concept. We take your unique and special situation into account with our implant treatment. Do you prefer permanent or removable implant dentures? Download our buyer's guide to learn more!
Before settling down in Stockton, Dr. Ivan Chicchon has completed 3 years additional of specialty training in Prosthodontics at the University of Michigan after graduating from the prestigious Arthur A. Dugoni University of the Pacific School of Dentistry, in San Francisco.
He is trained to work with the most difficult of dental and prosthetic reconstructive procedures including All-on-Four, full-mouth rehabilitation, cosmetic veneers, and dental implant surgeries. He provides this specialty prosthodontic treatment from his office based in Stockton.
He comes from a family of dentists. His mother and father have had a dental clinic, Millennium Dental, in Stockton since 2000, where Ivan used to work in his youth. He learned dental anatomy as a child, as his parents taught him to carve teeth out of wax. In addition to helping him in his dental training, he has become a skilled sculptor and artist.
Dr. Ivan Chicchon dedicates his artistic talent to providing the highest quality treatments for his patients. His favorite aspect about his career is that it allows him to build trusting and long-lasting relationships with his patients.
Our dental office is in the heart of the Central Valley in Stockton, California.
Dental Implant Specialist in Stockton, California
When a patient is missing several teeth in a row, a permanent dental implant bridge is a viable option. These implant bridges are made of zirconium which is the strongest dental material available. A porcelain finish gives the bridge a beautiful finish.
Affordable Dental Implants by a Dental Implant Specialist
Our Dental Implant Procedures
Dental implants are a highly successful treatment to replace missing teeth, with a success rate of over 95%. They are sterile titanium cylinders that actually fuse to your bone over time.
There are 3 pieces to dental implants: