Implanted Dental Prosthetics for Better Results
You have several choices for replacing your lost teeth depending on the extent of your condition. However, most of those options perform better when supported by an appropriate number of dental implant posts. Implants, which are small titanium posts, are biocompatible replacements for your lost teeth roots. After your jawbone has healed around the posts, your dentist can attach your custom-designed dental crown, bridge, or denture to them. The lifelike restoration will fully restore your lost teeth and all of their vital functions, rebuilding your smile while also preserving your long-term oral health.
The Benefits of Dental Implants
By replacing your teeth roots and offering more lifelike support for your dental prosthesis, dental implants offer a variety of unique benefits compared to more traditional options. For example:
Implant posts can last for life
The biocompatible titanium that comprises each implant posts is designed for your jawbone to fuse to it as it heals. This makes your dental implants permanent parts of your jawbone, and with proper care and maintenance, they can last for life.
Your prosthesis won’t shift
Dental implants anchor your replacement teeth in place, preventing your prosthesis from losing its grip and shifting uncomfortably along your dental ridge over time.
Your jawbone won’t shrink
Every time you bite and chew with dental implant posts, they stimulate your jawbone the way healthy, natural teeth roots do. This keeps your jawbone well-nourished long after you’ve lost teeth, which prevents it from losing mass and density over time.
Support Your New Smile with Dental Implants
Dental implants are made to last for life and can offer the comprehensive support that most other dental prostheses lack on their own. For more information, schedule a visit with us by calling Cederberg Dental in Dallas, TX, today at 214-348-7090. We also proudly serve patients who live in Lake Highlands, Plano, Rockwall, Carrollton, Grand Prairie, and all surrounding communities.