Durable Dental Implants in Dallas, TX

Dental implants are a great restorative solution for replacing missing teeth. If you are tired of only chewing on one side of your mouth or thinking twice before you laugh or smile around others, we recommend scheduling a dental implant consultation with our team. We would love to help you find a way to restore your smile and confidence using dental implants or another one of our excellent tooth-replacement methods.

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What are the benefits of dental implants?

Dental implants are often recommended to patients with one or more missing teeth for a variety of reasons. Dental implants are very stable, durable restorations that can blend in seamlessly with the surrounding teeth. Dental implants also:

  • Look, feel, and function similarly to natural teeth
  • Do not require any special dental care
  • Help maintain face shape and jawbone health
  • Can last a lifetime when treated properly

What is the dental implant process like?

Dental implants require a few appointments. After the initial consultation, the first procedure involves making an incision in the gums and creating a small hole in the jawbone where the titanium implant is placed. A couple weeks of recovery time is required for the gums to heal and the implant to fuse with the jawbone. Once osseointegration is complete, another appointment will be scheduled to attach the implant crown to the top of the implant and make any final adjustments. Then, you are free to show off your brand new smile!

How do I know if I’m a good candidate for dental implants?

If you are deciding between treatment options or you’re not sure if you are eligible to receive dental implants, we recommend scheduling a dental implant consultation with our team. We will take X-rays, examine the current status of your teeth, gums, and jawbone, and review your lifestyle, preferences, and dental history to help determine the right choice for your smile. Good candidates for dental implants should be in general good health and have a strong, healthy jawbone, or they should receive a bone graft to restore their jawbone before receiving an implant.