Why Replace Missing Teeth?
Do you have missing teeth that are causing you embarrassment or physical discomfort? Are you avoiding social engagements because you are uncomfortable with your incomplete smile?
If you have missing teeth, it is crucial to replace them. Without all your teeth, chewing and eating can destabilize your bite, weaken your other teeth and cause you discomfort. When teeth are missing, your mouth can shift and even cause your face to look older. And of course, having missing teeth can be embarrassing. Some people have avoided doing the things they love because they are embarrassed about their unattractive smile. Dental implants using implant dentistry procedures are a great way to replace your missing teeth.
How Do Dental Implants Work?
Implant dentistry is a remarkable option and a rather simple procedure:
- A tooth implant is a new tooth root made of steel and porcelain that looks just like your natural tooth or better!
- Your tooth implant is composed of two parts that mimic a tooth’s root and crown. The implant dentistry tooth implant’s “root” is a titanium steel rod placed into the jawbone to act as a root.
- Once the rod is in place, a porcelain crown is attached to replace the top part of your tooth.
Dental implants may also be used to secure a denture apparatus, especially dentures on your lower teeth that tend to move and can even come out when you talk or chew. Plus, for patients with removable partial dentures, dental implants topped with dental crowns can replace missing teeth so that you have a more attractive smile. In fact, this tooth implant system is so realistic looking, it may be that no one would ever guess that your smile isn’t filled with your own original teeth! Smile, laugh and have your photo taken with confidence!
Implant dentistry has also given you the feel of a “full mouth” by restoring all your teeth,one tooth implant at a time.
Schedule an Implant Dentistry Consultation in Carrollton
Is implant dentistry right for you? Cosmetic dentist Dr. Melissa Rodriguez would be happy to take a look and provide you with all the implant dentistry options so you can make the best dental implants decision for your health and your smile. Call, text, or email The Carrollton Dentist today to schedule an appointment!