Dental Implant Restoration
You might want to get a dental implant restoration if you struggle with a lack of self-confidence that comes with missing or broken teeth, which can make it difficult to have positive social interactions due to the embarrassment and self-consciousness you feel.
There are several kinds of dental implant restoration procedures available. You can pick the one you’re most comfortable with after discussing the details with us at Dallas Oral Surgery Associates. We can guide you through the process and refer you to one of our doctors.
What is Involved in the Dental Implant Procedure?
Dental implant restoration is a fairly simple process that involves attaching an implant to a root, making it possible to fix a crown over it so you can replace your broken tooth with an artificial counterpart, which serves the same function. The implant can be made of titanium or another material, acting as a permanent root and fusing with the bone tissue over several months. Depending on your preference, you might opt for a screw-retained or cemented procedure. Both are good options to consider, but the former may be superior since it is easier to fix any issues.
What if There is a Complication?
Although there are unlikely, any serious complications following the surgical process will likely be, you might need to get your dental crown replaced if it isn’t attached properly. Dr. Wallace is extremely professional and competent and will fix any issues you might experience, such as replacing the crown on a dental implant, and ensuring that the root is not damaged at all when attaching a fresh crown. If you are dealing with an infection on the implant site, you will be guided through the process to take the appropriate medicines and avoid propagating the problem.
The Advantages of Dental Implant Restoration
Many people have struggled with broken and missing teeth, and a dental implant restoration has enabled them to regain their beautiful smiles. You may be looking for a permanent solution to your missing teeth, in which case, this procedure is perfect and will let you enjoy your new teeth for many years to come.
If you struggle to eat and chew your food properly, you will be glad to know that the procedure will restore your chewing ability. Since our doctors are highly experienced and excellent at their jobs, you will find that your teeth are stable and do not shift in the slightest.
Schedule Your Consultation With Us Today
Contact us today at Dallas Oral Surgery Associates at 214-363-9946 to book an appointment with us. We will guide you through the dental implant process.