Front Teeth Dental Implant Samples

Front Teeth Dental Implant Samples

Front Teeth Dental Implant Samples

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These are all real patients of mine.  I performed the surgery and made the final teeth. These pictures are a mixture of many different cases.  In some cases, the patient has all the ideal parameters to make the teeth near perfect.  In other cases, the patient is informed in advance should there be an aesthetic compromise.

None of these pictures have been altered.

Please comment and tell me which tooth or teeth you think is the implant(s)!

This post is relevant if you are considering a dental implant for a front tooth. I suggest you look it over.


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After initial ortho (3)
Finals on seat day (7)
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61 Comments

  1. Lucy

    Hi Dr. Amin,

    I am also interested to know what are the best options when one is missing multiple front teeth. If I already have an implant on #7 and need to extract #8, what is the best option?

    Thanks,
    Lusine

    July 27, 2020 at 4:22 pm Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin

      That combination of missing teeth (7,8 or 9,10) is considered to be the most difficult implant replacement in all of dentistry! It really comes down to the prognosis of keeping the gum line the right shape and preventing open black triangles. This is done by grooming the gum either with 2 implants or a single-tooth with a cantilever. Two implants are great as long as they are far enough apart or have significant design properties such as platform switching to make sure that bone in gum will maintain in between the teeth. The implants have to be kept further inwards to prevent the gumline from becoming uneven. Maybe it is possible to use your #7 cantilever #8 with a socket bone graft?

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry
      Burbank, California

      August 5, 2020 at 8:34 pm Reply
      1. Lucy

        Hi Dr. Amin,

        I appreciate your response.
        The implant I have on #7 is Straumann SLActive Bone Level NC 3.3 x14 mm. The dentist said it is not a big enough implant to be able to hold 2 crowns and also it will not look nice. Do you agree with that?

        August 6, 2020 at 4:48 pm Reply
        1. Ramsey Amin

          That is a bit small for a cantilever. I can’t say about the looks unless I were to see you.

          August 6, 2020 at 6:26 pm Reply
          1. Lucy

            If it’s small for cantilever then what would be your recommendation? Place another implant on #8 and have 2 separate crowns on #7 and #8 implants? Or place an implant on #8, put cantilever on #8 and not use #7 implant at all? Which one would look more natural?

            Also after seeing the patient for consultation, are you able to predict what will be the aesthetic outcome for that particular patient?

            Thanks a lot for your help Dr. Amin.

            August 6, 2020 at 9:38 pm
          2. Ramsey Amin

            YES. This comes with experience and judgement. ( Also after seeing the patient for consultation, are you able to predict what will be the aesthetic outcome for that particular patient?)

            August 9, 2020 at 8:08 pm
  2. Lucy

    Hi

    July 12, 2020 at 7:56 pm Reply
  3. Lucy

    Hi Dr. Amin,

    Recently I had an accident. As a result tooth #7 was broken below the gum line and teeth #8 and #9 moved inwards into the mouth. Teeth #8 and #9 were pushed to normal position and splinted for 8 weeks. Now the splint is removed and the teeth seem to be stable within the bone (seems like I also had alveolar bone fracture which seems has already healed according to CT scan).
    A week ago tooth #7 was extracted and immediate implant was placed with temporary tooth (bone graft was also done to fill the void as well as gum graft was done above #7). Teeth #8 and #9 have been root canaled but they are still very sensitive to touch/bite. Although CT scan does not show any issues with #8 and #9, the doctor is telling that maybe there is some vertical fracture that we cannot visualize and if the pain does not go away we will need to extract tooth #8 or tooth #9 or both (depending on the pain).

    I will appreciate very much if you could help me with below questions.
    1. Other than CT scan, is there some other way to identify whether tooth #8 and #9 have vertical fracture? I don’t want to extract those teeth without having valid evidence.
    2. In case if I have to extract only #8, what is the best way to achieve best aesthetic? Is it better to just place 2 unit bridge on implant on tooth #7 which will hold crowns for #7 and #8? Or is it better to place the second implant on tooth #8 and have 2 separate implants?
    3. In case if I have to extract both #8 and #9, what is the best way to achieve best aesthetic? Is it better to place implant on #9 and have 3 unit bridge from #7 till #9? Or is there some other option which is better?

    I will greatly appreciate your advise.

    July 12, 2020 at 7:03 pm Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin

      Nice to meet you. Glad to have helped you IN PERSON! 😉

      October 15, 2020 at 9:25 pm Reply
  4. Shanta

    Hello, I m 36 years old and I have veneers on 2 of my front teeth and one of them is cracked. I’ve had them for 15 years. I have spacing between my 4 front teeth from having braces as a child. Should I opt for veneers and invisible braces or implants on the 4 front teeth to repair the spacing/gaps between my teeth? Thanks!

    July 2, 2019 at 11:44 am Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin

      NO IMPLANTS! Keep your teeth!

      October 15, 2020 at 9:28 pm Reply
  5. Aaliyah

    Hi,
    I’m 40 years old and right now my Dental Midline is above tooth# 9, but I had a root canal on that tooth 8 months ago and since then I’ve been feeling some pain. After so many x-rays they cannot see a fracture; which is common they say. I always wanted to get my Midline where it’s supposed to be, but they said it was not possible because I was born missing my two lateral incisor, and because my mom couldn’t afford braces at the time nothing was ever done to correct this. I was told if I get that tooth extracted and do an implant they can position that tooth where it would give me a midline. Is this true?
    Thanks

    May 28, 2019 at 3:22 pm Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin

      It sounds like you have some type of a spacing problem that doesn’t allow the midline of your teeth to be coincident with the midline of your face. Fortunately that does not change your lip support. Without seeing you and your x-rays I can give you an exact advice but without the lateral incisors it is difficult to achieve center.

      May 30, 2019 at 3:28 am Reply
  6. Mayra Banda

    Hello there i am towards the last step of my implant procedure on tooth #8 they are going to do a pfm crown but i was told by a friend that works in the dental field that on a front tooth she wouldn’t recommend that type of crown that it would be better for a ceramic or zirconia. That a PFM would end up looking dark due to the metal behind it. I called the dentist I’m currently seeing and the assistant assured me that a PFM would be better. I don’t know what i should do. Since its my front tooth i want it to be as natural as possible and dont like the look of the metal behid the teeth that I’ve seen. Please advise me

    April 24, 2019 at 2:11 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      I haven’t done a PFM since 2011….especially on a front tooth UNLESS your other front teeth are PFM

      April 25, 2019 at 3:16 am Reply
  7. Mayra

    Hello there i am towards the last step of my implant procedure on tooth #8 they are going to do a pfm crown but i was told by a friend that works in the dental field that on a front tooth she wouldn’t recommend that type of crown that it would be better for a ceramic or zirconia. That a PFM would end up looking dark due to the metal behind it. I called the dentist I’m currently seeing and the assistant assured me that a PFM would be better. I don’t know what i should do. Since its my front tooth i want it to be as natural as possible and dont like the look of the metal behid the teeth that I’ve seen. Please advise me

    April 24, 2019 at 2:08 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      would suggest EMAX or PFZ

      April 25, 2019 at 3:16 am Reply
  8. Dr. M. A. Ansari

    Hello sir,
    I m 33 years old.
    I lost my front two teeth in accident at 20 years age, dentist made a bridge with support of side tooth. Unfortunately afree 9 years, both supported teeth fractured and broken. After visit of dentist, he extracted both broken teeth and he is suggesting me 6 unit bridge with the support of canine. I have requested for implant, but he observed that, due to lack of appropriate bone, they r unable to do implants.
    Sir what could be best option in your opinion please.

    January 21, 2019 at 8:56 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS
      January 22, 2019 at 3:31 pm Reply
  9. Cris

    I had an implant to my front tooth but now with the crown you can see a dark color where the screw is. Do I need a better crown?

    January 6, 2019 at 7:03 am Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin

      Yes..but the abutment may be showing meaning you are losing bone and or gum ;-(

      October 15, 2020 at 9:54 pm Reply
  10. Sheri Day

    My son is 26. He severely chipped his beautiful two front teeth at 12 when he fell getting out of a pool. He has suffered with crowns for years and recently had an accident that took one of the front teeth (post and all) out and causing him to have to get another crown on one of them. He is in Washington going through the process now. He has been fitted for a crown on the one tooth twocd now but the crown sticks way out and does not look natural to his real teeth. He showed the dentist a picture of his natural teeth. He has bond loss, thus causing a bone grafting process of some type before he can have the implant placed. When going back to the dentist it was discovered he needs to go through another graft. Does this sound appropriate? He has paid several thousand dollars do far. I worry because he had such a beautiful smile!

    December 27, 2017 at 2:14 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Ugh…so sorry. Our kids mean the world to us. Sometimes a second graft is needed. In my own practice, I don’t charge the patient for this type of procedure but that is just me.

      December 31, 2017 at 7:04 am Reply
      1. Sheri Day

        Yes, it seems he is up for a second graft. Fingers crossed it works. I hope too, they eventually get his crown next to the implant right. Experiences like this are so disheartening. I know it plays with his self esteem.

        December 31, 2017 at 7:16 am Reply
  11. ereyes

    good day!

    Sir , can i ask if four individual implant per tooth is possible for me. I have loss my 4 upper front teeth and planning to undergo implant. I dont want the bridge implant but rather i want one implant per tooth. Is that possible?

    Thank you!

    December 15, 2016 at 4:38 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Yes….but it is not always the best in this area of the mouth. Make sure to go to an expert for this.

      December 15, 2016 at 4:58 am Reply
      1. Russ

        Whu is it not the best ??? I feel ive been lied to since I recently lost my front 4 teeth and dentist told me best to have all four done for strength in the front … Now the gum line does not match up and looks like garbage !!

        June 9, 2018 at 2:01 pm Reply
        1. RamseyAminDDS

          please expand….I don’t understand your first line. “WHU”

          June 10, 2018 at 12:29 am Reply
    2. Aaliyah

      Hi,
      I,m in the same situation now. Did you ever go for individual implants? and if so how did it go for you?
      Please let me know.
      Thank You

      April 27, 2020 at 6:06 pm Reply
      1. Lucy

        Hi Dr. Amin,

        I am also interested to know what are the best options when one is missing multiple front teeth. If I already have an implant on #7 and need to extract #8, what is the best option?

        Thanks,
        Lusine

        July 27, 2020 at 4:22 pm Reply
  12. Sam

    I wish you were my dentist ;-(

    August 1, 2016 at 7:22 pm Reply
  13. Wendy Gonzalez

    Where are you located.? I need implants. Front upper. But I would need a payment plan with a down payment. .

    August 1, 2016 at 7:21 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Burbank, California

      August 14, 2016 at 3:41 pm Reply
  14. hello..my name is meng and i need ur help..i got bad teeth and bad gum..and i want to come visit u so u can help me fix my bad gum and teeth i don’t want to loss all my teeth i still young and i still need to get merry and i don’t no confidence to ask my mom and dad for help…so how much do dental implants cost?? and please help me.. i feel like i don’t want to live in this world..i’m so sad now..so help me!!

    April 18, 2016 at 9:52 pm Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      Just call the office and schedule an appt…I’m sure I can help you. Costs are not reviewed online without an exam, diagnosis and treatment plan.

      April 20, 2016 at 11:51 pm Reply
      1. meng

        oh ok…i will call u guys and make a appt….

        April 21, 2016 at 5:40 am Reply
  15. I had a chipped front tooth , This dentist did a root canal and and implant all in the same day, about 6months later the implant just fell out, I went back to this dentist he charged me $1700 to put it back in & he told me my other front teeth are fine 6 months later it fell out again and and my other front tooth broke in half.Now He wants to charge me $3000 I have No front tooth and a chipped front tooth. Shouldnt he atleast fix the tooth he did an implant on for free?? Or make me a flipper? I was never informed about a flipper being an option he just did the implant.

    March 23, 2016 at 10:23 am Reply
    1. RamseyAminDDS

      ugh…sorry about your troubles. It sounds like you both may have had misunderstandings. I would suggest you talk and try to work things out.

      March 25, 2016 at 9:57 pm Reply
  16. Victoria

    Dear Dr. Amin,
    I had 3mm Biohorizon implant placed in the front upper jaw in February. I just moved to CA from NYC and I’m looking for a dentist to place an abutment and a crown. I had a couple consultations and both dentists recommended gold alloy custom abutments. I’m worried about esthetics of gold alloy and would prefer custom zirconia abutment instead. Do you think it’s possible in my case to have zirconia abutment?

    Regards,

    Victoria

    August 10, 2015 at 11:47 pm Reply
  17. Susan

    What an amazing site you have developed. I hope you will consider answering my question too 🙂
    As a teen I was in a car accident that broke all of my front teeth, top and bottom. After having crowns for years and some issues, about ten years ago I got a bridge across the top front four (and the bottoms as well). The bridge was an amazing feat of engineering and required two teeth on either side to be crowned to attach the bridge. Recently I broke one of the ‘teeth’ in the front and now need to replace this bridge with something, either another bridge or implants. My question is: after 10 years of having a bridge across my front top teeth, can I still opt for implants? Or is that little “triangle” of gum that you describe long gone.
    Thanks.
    Susan

    January 13, 2015 at 6:10 am Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin DDS

      Hi Susan,

      The triangle of gum is likely long gone but may be able to be redeveloped either in natural tissue or using pink porcelain which is called gingival colored ceramics. The teeth can be made to look very natural if designed well.
      Because it has been 10 years since he lost the teeth, you are likely have bone loss that will require bone grafting in order to rebuild enough bone to have implants. Keep in mind that the longer the bridge is, the more support it needs. Long Bridges on dental implants or teeth should have enough implants or teeth below to support this span.
      You really can have an amazing results if this is done properly and planned well. Find yourself an expert in be sure to have a preoperative 3-D scan done prior to removing anything.

      Alternatives To Bone Grafting For Dental Implant Teeth: A Unique Approach by L.A Dentist Ramsey Amin, DDS
      The Triangle of Gums Between Teeth and Implants
      Complex Case Example–Tilted Dental Implant Used To Bypass Impacted Tooth and Bone Expansion for Missing Front Teeth

      Good Luck,

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

      January 19, 2015 at 2:29 am Reply
  18. Mark

    I had an implant attempted in my top tooth but didn’t accept it and have lost bone causing gap now dentist says only thing to do is bridge is this correct? Also feel this is dentist fault as didn’t see me throughout whole time while implant was trying to settle really annoyed and don’t know what to do

    November 29, 2014 at 8:22 am Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin DDS

      Hello Mark,

      I’m sorry to hear about your frustration. I always hope that people have a really good experience with the process of having a dental implant or bone graft.

      You might just want to start off with a different provider. Some dentists do not have a vast experience in implant dentistry. A front and Center tooth is extremely important. I would not have a bridge unless it was going to aesthetically look better than implant. This situation is a possibility but your dentist should be able to tell you before you ever start the process.

      This link may help you find a dentist that can help you.
      How to Choose an Implant Dentist
      Very Respectfully,

      Ramsey Amin DDS
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology/Implant Dentistry
      Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry
      Burbank, California

      December 8, 2014 at 2:58 am Reply
  19. Pauline

    I wish you had done my front implant tooth. The teeth in the pics look amazing. I had slipped on black ice, fell flat on my face & broke my nose & front tooth came out. Implant doctor put an implant in without consulting with the dentist first and as a result positioned my implant in a way that the dentist who did the crown had to give me a big thick tooth that gives me a lisp now. I did not know the procedure that I was supposed to a regular dentist first & went straight to the implant dentist since he was right across the street of where I worked. The crown dentist said it is a matter of “getting used to it”, but for $7,000 I think they should have done it correctly. I think it is very irresponsible of them.

    July 17, 2014 at 5:09 pm Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin DDS

      Hello Pauline,
      Thank you for your very flattering words. I’m so sorry to hear that you had a bad experience. Front and center teeth are the most complicated dental implants in the mouth and need to be handled very carefully to yield a great cosmetic result.

      The implant has to be placed extremely precisely in all dimensions including depth, not just centering. Some implants should purposely be placed off-center for upper central incisors to develop what we call the zenith.

      There still may be answers to help. Sometimes a custom abutment can re-correct angles and gum contours. If you’re unhappy, you should consider seeing somebody who is very well-versed in dental implants.

      https://www.burbankdentalimplants.com/smile-gallery/

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

      July 18, 2014 at 1:23 am Reply
  20. Darlene

    My 9 year old just had her front tooth come out due to an accident . This was her permanent tooth. Do you work on children?

    September 19, 2013 at 1:18 pm Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin DDS

      Hi Darlene,

      I am so sorry to hear about losing such an important tooth.

      At nine years old she is way too young for a dental implant. I would suggest she gets a Maryland bridge for now. She should also have braces done in preparation for an implant when she is about 16 years old.

      The Maryland bridge does not damage the teeth on either side.

      Good luck.

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry
      Burbank, California

      September 26, 2013 at 1:54 am Reply
  21. Vanessa

    Is it normal that it has taken 2 years and I still haven’t built up enough bone for dental implants? Numerous surgeries I’ve had. In the final 3rd I have a slab of bone and I am in so much pain. I am a young female with significant bone loss in the upper front teeth and have lost the two front teeth from trauma years ago. I am now regarded as the ” special patient ” and my dentists’ pro bono job. I am so tired of the years of pain. I feel I have suffered in vain. Thanks for your videos!

    April 11, 2013 at 1:03 am Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin

      Old comment but just wondering how all this worked out?

      October 15, 2020 at 9:26 pm Reply
  22. Theresa C

    I live in central New Jersey. Can you refer me to your colleagues in NJ ?

    February 19, 2013 at 12:41 pm Reply
    1. Ramsey Amin DDS

      Hi Theresa,

      You can find the best dental implant dentists on this website.

      http://www.aboi.org

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

      February 27, 2013 at 5:25 am Reply
  23. Barbara Stewart

    Great website. Very helpful. I only wish you were near me to to my dental work, but I very much appreciate the educational content of this site.

    June 14, 2012 at 9:52 am Reply
    1. Thank you!

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry

      June 24, 2012 at 9:55 pm Reply
  24. Wendy Mena

    Why is a titanium implant used in the above picture for a front tooth? Under what circumstances would you do this? My #7 tooth had root canal and crown placed in 2006. The base of the crown was too thick and caused an occlusion with lower tooth. He filed my natural lower tooth down, but it still impacted everytime I bit. Guessing he didnt want to fracture the ceramic crown by drilling it at the base???? We tried many times with the carbon testing, then drilling, etc… but ultimately he just said it could be a problem later; kind of shrugging his shoulders; like this was the best that he could do. (Was this to save him the cost of re doing a crown? This is a high price for me to pay now. This seems like bad dentistry to me.) Nov. 2011, the crown was loose. I went in for xray, he said my tooth was fractured at the root. This tooth apparently had trauma as a child and was brittle, but it took 5 yrs of the occlusion to finally break. Just a few weeks ago it dropped in the sink while brushing. It still has the cement and my tooth in the crown; I’ve been glueing it back in for aesthetic appeal. But in the canal of my gums there is a wall of my tooth with a hole in it. There is some black bone/tooth. I may be able to get by without bone grafting, i don’t know. I am in Northern Calif., Rocklin. Can I have a consultation with you to evaluate my perameters, cost and such. Considering air travel cost, I’d need to pay attention to detail. Do you do the prosthesis also or is that an additional Doctor and visit with someone else? Then wouldn’t they have to work with you closely?…………………Sorry so long.

    March 23, 2012 at 3:19 am Reply
    1. Hi Wendy,

      It sounds like you have a common but unfortunate fractured root. Each situation is really unique.

      Titanium abutments can be used in the front of the mouth.
      I use custom white abutments for the following scenarios:
      â– An implant for an upper front tooth where the gum may be thin and the titanium would show through.
      â– The space between your upper and lower teeth is really small and the implant need to be held by a screw instead of by cement.
      â– Multiple or full mouth bridged dental implants.
      â– High Lip lines
      â– Excessively thick or thin gums.
      â– Excessively “scalloped” gums.
      …and many other factors

      I would need to see you to really be able to tell you what is possible. Yes, I do both the surgery and make the teeth. This gives me great control of the final result. I would love to meet you. Just call the office to schedule.

      Ramsey A. Amin, D.D.S.
      Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology /Implant Dentistry
      Fellow-American Academy of Implant Dentistry
      Burbank, CA

      March 26, 2012 at 12:19 am Reply
  25. Dom

    Excellent job!
    I wish you could do mine. I have to get 3 very soon.

    October 3, 2011 at 9:16 pm Reply
  26. Aponeeroyar

    I do think this is an incredible website. This really helped me with my situation. Thanks so much!

    March 1, 2010 at 2:47 pm Reply

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Monica D.
Monica D.
December 29, 2020.
There aren't enough words (and I have a lot of words) to tell you how grateful I am to have found Dr. Ramsey Amin and his wonderful staff. I had an enormous amount of bone loss and I was hopeless after being treated by a different doctor for two years. I had multiple procedures such as gum graft, extractions, and a sinus lift. After all of that, the doctor released me and told me he could not help me any longer. He sent me to a large teaching hospital - who also had no idea how to help me. I was terrified and embarrassed. I had been missing teeth due to those procedures since 2017. That sent me out on a journey of meeting with no less than five different dentist/oral surgeons. Most of them shamed me for the bone loss and wondered what I had done to cause this. In reality, I had done nothing. The bone loss is my body's immune system fighting me, as well as hereditary traits. In fact not only was I having difficulty being able to have implants, I also had so much bone loss that I was also not a candidate for dentures. I researched "what to do when you have bone loss and can't get implants" and I found Dr. Amin's website. Then I researched him, read his reviews, watched every one of his You Tube videos. I called and got an appointment, and kept going to consultations with other providers. I had long since stopped smiling and being social. Missing teeth and the shaming was affecting my life so adversely. When I met with Dr. Amin for my consultation he was ready. He had all of my records and had already reviewed my scans. But more than that, he genuinely wanted to get to know about my life. He was/is authentic, kind and extremely professional with so much success and experience in difficult cases like mine. He worked up a treatment plan & I came back two weeks later to discuss my options...and the journey began. I have had three procedures under IV sedation, no pain, no narcotics needed for aftercare. Dr. Amin is a consumate, experienced oral surgeon who cares about your health & understands your fears. He communicates every step of the way and will provide you with all the information you need to make a decision to improve your health. I am still working toward my end goal, and we had to zig from traditional implants and zag to zygomatic implants instead...which is the reason I chose him in the first place. If there was nothing else that could be done to get me healthy & smiling again, I knew he would have that option to help me. And of course 2020, the year of CV-19. Don't worry, Dr. Amin & his staff follow all health & safety protocols. This review is long, because it is important you know my journey, so you might understand how fortunate I feel to be healing. I'm torn, because this place is like a great restaurant, I want to shout from the rooftops how great it is, how great he is. And at the same time, I want to keep this all to myself. I come 75 miles each way to see him. I know people travel from all over the world for his expertise. Do yourself a favor, have a consultation. You won't regret it. Dr. Amin is amazing and so is his staff.
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December 18, 2020.
I cannot speak highly enough of Dr. Amin and his professional staff. I have to start off and say that I am absolutely TERRIFIED of the dentist due to several past experiences. I found myself putting this off for YEARS until I was referred over to Dr. Amin. I was petrified on my first visit... but he along with his WONDERFUL staff made me feel so calm and at ease. I had quite a bit of work that needed to be done, but we found the perfect plan that worked out for me, and I couldn't be happier. Words cannot express my gratitude to each and every staff member that made me feel safe and comfortable. Dr. Amin was always so attentive in asking if I was ever in pain... and I never was. These are truly remarkable individuals, and I'm so lucky to have a dentist that I can trust. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE each and every one of you! Thank you,
D M.
D M.
December 17, 2020.
I cannot say enough positive things about Dr. Amin and his staff. I originally found them on Yelp about two years ago. I needed an implant, front tooth of all places, and was extremely nervous not only about surgery but about how it would turn out. Let me just say I just adore the staff. Everyone is crazy friendly and the whole office has a very positive vibe. The staff is adorable and always has me smiling by the time I leave. They are all thorough and on-point about what they do, and I truly appreciate it. They are quick to respond to my emails no matter the question, and their appointment reminders are great too. Dr. Amin is very thorough and reassuring, and answered any questions my husband or I had. My regular dentist had questions about the procedure and Dr. Amin's office even reached out to them at my request (my dentist said they never received a call, but Dr. Amin's staff had date, time and notes - love the thoroughness!). After surgery the Dr. called to leave me a message about how it went. Very minimal pain during healing, never any pain during any visits. It took a few tries to get everything just right for the permanent crown (color, etc), but the end result is beyond fantastic! At one point during healing I thought I was experiencing some looseness or wiggling but unfortunately couldn't make it to the office. When I was finally able to make it in the Dr. was so relieved, bless his heart. Luckily it was just a false alarm and everything checked out ok. They're a bit further out from me, but I wanted the best. I sure found it! I wish they were my regular dentist, and I'm looking forward to seeing them again for my check-up which was delayed due to COVID.
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Melissa E.
December 9, 2020.
I found Dr. Amin a few years back after I hadn't been to a dentist in a decade. Many traumatic dental experiences in childhood have made me so phobic that even getting a cleaning was a knee-knocking, heart-pounding trial. But finally I couldn't put off some things any longer. During my first anesthesia session, Dr. Amin replaced five old metal fillings, and during the second he did three more plus a crown. I was completely comfortable, and never felt a thing. Because they were extra-long sessions, I did sleep for about 12 hours after, but the next day I felt just fine. This past week, my back top tooth cracked in half and fell out of my mouth, and a couple days later the crown on the remainder of the tooth fell out too! Despite being nervous about Covid 19, I had to get it taken care of, so I called and quizzed the staff about precautions, which turned out to be even above and beyond what I would have expected. So yesterday I went for the tooth extraction and plug. After they put on the blood pressure cuff and put in the IV, I gradually got a little tired and closed my eyes. I sat there for about 10 minutes and thought Gee, I wonder if they're going to get started any time soon, and a minute later Dr. Amin said "Wake up, you're all done!" That was a short session, and I didn't have the kind of fatigue I did my first time. I stayed up most of the evening. Today, everything is good! I'm taking my antibiotic and eating soft foods, and there is surprisingly little pain now that the numbness has worn off. The tooth site and my cheek are a little sore, and the corner of my mouth, and I have a very slight headache, but nothing to any great level--I'm not even taking the acetaminophen. I feel good, and wide awake. Thanks to everyone at the office for a comfortable and professional job! I really REALLY appreciate you for giving me painless dental experiences!
Tanya S.
Tanya S.
December 3, 2020.
What can I say about Dr. Amin he is the best! I'm so grateful for him. He has literally changed my life and given me the confidence to smile more. I had major restorative dental work done and everything went smoothly. Dr. Amin is very compassionate and he really cares about his patients he made me feel comfortable and cared for. He is very knowledgeable and has a great sense of humor. His office is very clean and they take the patients health and safety very serious. His staff is also amazing they made me feel very welcomed and important. I'm so happy I did my research and found Dr. Amin.  Thank you Dr. Amin and team.
Sheila S.
Sheila S.
November 6, 2020.
Two implants done! Finished all procedures and I couldn't be happier. It's the first time in years I looked forward to going to the dentist. Even during Covid life the staff and Dr. Amin took care of me. There is a possibility I may move to Long Beach but I would still travel to keep Dr. Amin as my dentist.
Allison S.
Allison S.
November 4, 2020.
I could not ask for a more caring, exceptionally knowledgeable dental care provider. He's not just a dentist, but someone who looks after your immediate dental needs and helps you plan and prepare for the future.
Julia R.
Julia R.
October 8, 2020.
I've been going to Dr. Amin since I turned 16 and have been going since. Before going to Dr. Amin's dental office, I had 4 crowns that I was not happy with and dealt with it until finally I asked Dr. Amin and because I  feel comfortable and because I trust him with his work I recently had my crowns fixed and worked on by  Dr. Amin and have never loved my smile the way I do now, I can actually enjoy my pictures, I can enjoy my smile from either angle and that really mattered to me. Thank you so much Dr. Amin still and will be in love with MY smile
Aaron D.
Aaron D.
October 6, 2020.
I've been coming to Dr. Ramsey for about five years and I have to say, he is by far the best dentist I've had - ever. The staff is professional and kind, the office is exceptionally well maintained, and Dr. Ramsey is careful and extremely knowledgeable about current developments and research in dentistry. I recently had a dental implant which was a long process but well worth it. I required a sinus lift as well as a bone graft. The surgery went off without a hitch, I was comfortable and the healing process was quick and without complication. Highly recommend!!
Flo O.
Flo O.
September 21, 2020.
This is my 1st review of Dr. Amin, and in my over 17 years of being with him, my experiences with Dr. Amin and his staff have always been positive.  I don't recall a bad experience with the several implant procedures i have had.  They run an efficient office.  I like that they are proactive and reach out to their patients to remind us of routine care needed.  Dr. Amin's bedside care is impeccable.  They are also technologically up to date in terms of sending out texts as reminders, ability to incorporate any appointment into your mobile phone.  That is certainly a plus.  Keep up the great care!!!