3 Reasons Our
Process Stands Out
- Beautiful Crowns from Katana™ — At Balboa Island Dentistry, we feature attractive zirconia crowns from Katana. Zirconia is a durable, translucent, ceramic material that will improve the aesthetics of any smile. We work closely with our local Katana milling center to design and manufacture dental crowns that look, feel, and function like your natural teeth.
- All-White and Completely Stainless — NobelPearl is the first 100% metal-free dental implant. Because there’s no visible metal fixture to tarnish your implants, they’ll remain entirely white. Our metal-free implants are completely stainless and safe for your smile.
- Reserved Parking on Balboa Island — You won’t have to drive in circles looking for a spot. Balboa Island Dentistry has three reserved parking spaces to accommodate you during your visit.
Dr. Alfano has extensive experience placing dental implants and he’s certified by the American Board of Prosthodontics. He has the right experience and training to place your dental implants in the precise location where they can flourish.
To enhance the placement process, Dr. Alfano features computer-milled surgical guides — this is sort of like GPS for surgery. Our advanced digital imaging technology allows us to locate the perfect spot to place your implants. Then we utilize this data to create the custom surgical guide that Dr. Alfano will use during your implant placement.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I schedule an appointment?
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Alfano, simply give us a call at 949-205-1259 and ask to speak with a member of our team. If you’d prefer, you can also fill out a convenient contact form on our website and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
How often should I visit the dentist?
In order to maintain a healthy smile, it’s crucial to visit Dr. Alfano for cleanings and exams at least twice a year. These visits will allow us to keep your teeth free of plaque and tartar, as well as monitor your mouth for signs of dental issues such as tooth decay, gum disease, and oral cancer. If you’re prone to any of these conditions, Dr. Alfano may recommend that you come in for checkups more frequently.