Redlands Family Dental Center &

Orthodontics

909-793-0111

Dr.Sarat

DR.SARAT UMMETHALA
dds, mba American Board of Oral Implantology / Implant Dentistry

Who can benefit from Dental Implants?

Dental implants can be a smart choice for adults of all ages, whether you were born without a tooth or have had to have teeth removed due to injury, infection or decay. 

The advantages

Here are four important advantages of dental implants, compared to alternatives such as dentures and bridges:

  1. You’ll look and feel great. Dental implants feel, look, fit and function like healthy, natural teeth. They’re so comfortable you don’t have to think about them. You brush and floss them just like you do your natural teeth – no need to remove them for cleaning. They also help you retain your natural face shape and smile.
  2. They’re built to last. Dental implants that are properly cared for can last many decades. Many other options, including certain types of dental bridges and dentures, may need to be replaced as often as every 5 to 10 years, requiring a more significant investment of time and money.
  3. You can live life with confidence. Your dental implants will be secure, so they won't slip or click when you talk, eat or laugh. You'll also find that your speech is more natural. With dental implants, you'll have the peace of mind to eat what you love, say what you want to say, be as active as you want and smile broadly.
  4. They protect facial bone and healthy teeth. Leaving empty spaces in your mouth after losing one or more teeth can lead to health issues such as jawbone deterioration. Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that actually helps stimulate bone growth and prevent bone loss. Getting dental implants as soon as possible after losing a tooth helps prevent bone loss at the site. Also, dental implants don't require grinding down adjacent teeth to anchor bridges or attach partial dentures.

COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION ($120 VALUE)

Complimentary Dental Implant Consultation availalble. Call 909793-0111 for more detail.

About  Dr.Sarat:

Dr. Sarat Ummethala , Lives in Loma Linda, California with his wife and two young boys. He spends most of his free time with his family and friends. He enjoys hiking, cycling, gardening, doing jigsaw puzzles and Aikido. He also likes to travel and meet new people from different cultures and different religions. He speaks 3 languages fluently. English, Hindi, Telugu. He is also able to communicate in Spanish and Kannada. He is a vegetarian and has great respect and love for animals.

He completed his dental school from Loma Linda university in 2007. He has been in private practice of dentistry in Northboro, MA until June of 2015. In 2015 he decided to go back to school full time to be trained as a dental implant specialist. He completed his 3 year residency training in Implant dentistry at the Loma Linda school of dentistry. He got board certified by the American board of oral implantology in 2018. He now practices 4 days a week in Redlands,CA. He performs general dentistry ,dental implant surgery and implant prosthodontics. Dr. Sarat Ummethala believes in caring for his patients like he would care for his family. He is conservative in his treatment approach and only utilizes time tested and throughly researched treatment techniques and materials.

He serves as a part time faculty member at the center for implant dentistry at Loma Linda University, school of dentistry. He spends his time here teaching dental residents in surgical and prosthodontic techniques.
You will find Dr. Sarat to be a very easy going and a straightforward person. Most of his long term patients are now his personal friends. He believes in a minimalistic treatment approach — He provides the least invasive options to his patients to achieve the necessary results. He stays current with his knowledge to be able to provide the best care for his patients.




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Do dental implants make sense for you?

  1. Do you have one or more missing teeth?
  2. Do you have a bridge that needs to be replaced?
  3. Do your dentures affect your quality of life by slipping, clicking or keeping you from eating what you want?
  4. Do you have bite problems or pain because of a missing tooth?
  5. Do you want a treatment option for missing teeth that provides a permanent, long-term solution?

If you answered “yes” to one or more of these questions, dental implants are worth exploring.