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Time to Consider Dental Implants?

Time to Consider Dental Implants?

Posted by One Health Dental on Jan 2 2022, 09:37 AM

Time to Consider Dental Implants?

Is your missing tooth or teeth making you feel embarrassed to smile? Are you looking for a dental service that helps restore your smile and confidence? Then it's time for you to consider dental implants, as this dental service not only improves the way your smile looks but also offers an effective permanent solution.

What Are Dental Implants?

Dental implants are a type of cosmetic as well as restorative dental treatment. They are screw-like artificial tooth roots that help fill the gaps of the missing tooth. These implants are surgically placed into your jaw's bone tissue, where they heal over time to bond with the bone to ensure a solid, stable base.  

After healing, an abutment and a temporary crown are placed over the implant. Once the customized crown is ready, the dentist will replace the temporary crown with it. Then you are all set with a natural-looking smile. This process might require several visits to the dentist, but it's all worth it.

Common Signs That Show You Require a Dental Implant

1. You Have Missing Tooth 

Suppose you are someone who hides their smile behind the hands or tissue and are not confident to smile when someone says, "Say Cheese." Then look nowhere, as this dental solution is the best for you. But still, we would suggest you get thoroughly examined by your dentist and choose the appropriate restorative option. 

2. Unable to Chew Food Properly

Is your damaged tooth hindering you from enjoying your food? Then a dental implant could be an excellent dental solution. 

3. Broken, Infected, or Crooked Tooth

Cracked, chipped, infected, and broken teeth may keep you away from group pictures or prevent you from taking your favorite Snapchat filter selfies. But now, you can have a permanent solution for that too! Our dentist will extract the tooth that is causing trouble and restore it with a sturdy and durable dental implant.

4. Dentures Aren't Working for You

Even though dentures are an effective solution, their constant maintenance and often slip may cause discomfort or embarrassment. In such cases, dental implants may work well for you.

Get in touch with One Health Dental, Dentist in Dallas, TX to receive the best dental services in Dallas, Texas by calling (214) 275-4808 or visiting our office at 4801 S Buckner Blvd Suite 800, Dallas, TX 75227.

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