Successfully Placing And Restoring Dental Implants

It can be difficult to live without your complete smile. Unfortunately, because tooth loss leads to complications that can impact your health and appearance in progressively worse ways over time, it can only become more difficult when you do not take steps to address the matter. Rather than live with limited bite support, embarrassment over your appearance, and heightened risks for issues like further tooth losses, talk to your Rowlett, TX dentist about implant dentistry. Because we rely on digital technology to determine just the right position for your implant post, we can make the initial placement easier while ensuring you have ideal support for your prosthetic.

What Is Implant Dentistry Able To Offer You?

Through implant dentistry, we can help you restore your full smile. With that said, you should think about this as more than just a means of addressing the cosmetic impact of that conspicuous absence. Beyond simply providing an improvement to the way you look, we can offer a restoration that is secured with an implant so that you have better support for your bite function. That can both protect your jaw against pressure from awkward movement and improve the distribution of pressure whenever you bite and chew.

Using Digital Technology To Arrange Your Dental Implant Placement

Because we rely on digital imaging technology to improve the implant placement experience, we can help you enjoy a more conservative treatment, and we can ensure that the implant is in the ideal position to provide stability and comfort for your restoration. In addition to providing more accuracy to make your experience with care easier, this technology helps us make the placement itself less invasive. Because of this, you can have a faster recovery and face fewer risks for infection!

Life After Your Incomplete Smile Is Restored

Having a dental implant-held restoration in position and ready to support your bite function can help you avoid difficulties with excess wear and tear on remaining teeth, and it will reduce the pressure on your jaw that can lead to TMJ disorder. You can also rely on the implant and your restoration to stabilize teeth at either side so they are less likely to shift and eventually be lost. In the long run, there is another advantage to having your smile fully restored with a dental implant. The post will actually stimulate surrounding jaw tissues to help sustain its health.

Talk To Your Rowlett, TX Dentist About Dental Implant Placement

Through implant dentistry, our practice can help you regain a confident smile and strong bite, and we can help you address potential oral health risks. To find out more about how we can take care of you, contact Rodem Tree Dental in Rowlett, TX at 972-475-2321 to set up an appointment.