Dental Implants Las Vegas | Dentist Clark County | Dr. Carlos Letelier

Eat The Foods You Want with Dental Implants

Advances made over the years in implant dentistry have resulted in the development of new options for addressing tooth loss that have numerous benefits over traditional tooth replacement options. Today, dental implants are the tooth replacement option most people choose as implants are permanent, natural-looking and allow you to eat any foods you like.

How Dental Implants Work

There have been many methods used to replace missing teeth throughout history. Many substances have been used to try to replicate teeth including glass, wood and stone. But true progress in developing a permanent tooth replacement method did not occur until it was discovered that titanium naturally bonds with human bone. Today, titanium or titanium alloy is used to make dental implants to ensure the artificial tooth roots completely fuse with the jawbone to provide a very stable and long-lasting tooth replacement option.

Many people who are looking for dental implants in Las Vegas visit Dr. Letelier to find out if they can replace their missing teeth with implants. When our doctor does provide a patient with a dental implant, he will ensure that there is sufficient bone mass present to support the implant to ensure the procedure will be successful. Once the implant is placed and a healing process is complete, a prosthetic tooth top or crown is placed on the artificial tooth root to finish the procedure.

Contact Las Vegas’s Dental Implant Specialist Today

Call our office at (702) 367-6666 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Letelier to find out if you are a good candidate for dental implants. We look forward to joining you on your journey to a beautiful, healthy smile. Discover some of our others dental services, as well.

COVID-19 Updates

A COVID-19 message and well wishes from the Center for Oral Surgery of Las Vegas to all of our patients.


The health and safety of our patients and staff is our number one priority. Per CDC guidelines we will be continuing with or instituting the following measures. Other measures will be instituted as guided by the authorities.


  • Our staff will be wearing enhanced personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • We will be monitoring the health of employees and keeping home any employee who displays symptoms of COVID-19.
  • We will be providing services by appointment only and communicating any special instructions to the patient for the appointment (i.e. face covering).
  • We will be limiting the number of people allowed inside the office at any given time.
  • We will be requiring temperature checks and health screenings for patients before entering the office.
  • We will be limiting the contact between the administrative staff and the patients, such as eliminating check-in forms and receipts when possible.


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