Are you missing some of your teeth? Do you find it hard to smile or talk when you know there are gaps in your smile? Are you looking for a long-term solution to your problem? Come to Spring Dental Arts today and restore your smile with dental implants.
Dental implants are artificial tooth roots used in restorative dentistry. Dental implants support artificial teeth and allow a person who has lost one or some of their teeth to regain the beauty and function of a full set of teeth.
Our dentist in Spring, Texas offers dental implants to patients who’ve lost their teeth due to tooth decay, injury, or other reasons.
Here at Spring Dental Arts, we provide personalized treatment plans for every patient who walks through our doors. As such, your dental implant process may differ slightly from the next patient depending on your unique needs. However, the outcome is always the same—a more confident smile from a highly satisfied patient.
During your appointment, our dentist in Spring, Texas will assess you for any oral health concerns. You can only get dental implants if you’re in excellent oral health—in this case, healthy gums and sufficient jaw bone.
If you’re in perfect oral shape, the dentist will place a titanium tooth root inside the bone socket of your missing tooth. This step requires anesthesia. Afterward, you’ll need to go home and wait for at least six weeks for the titanium tooth root to fuse with your jawbone. During this period, the dentist will check on you ensure you’re making good progress.
After healing, our dentist will make an abutment or connector post, which supports your new artificial tooth. Sometimes, an implant can support removable dentures, depending on the assessment of the dentist and the preference of the patient.
If you’ve lost your natural teeth, dental implants are a great replacement option for various reasons, including:
Call Spring Dental Arts today if you’d like to schedule your appointment with our doctor in Spring, Texas. The sooner you can get your dental implants, the better your chances of preventing jaw bone loss.