Digital Implant Placement Planning
After losing one or more teeth, replacing them is essential to preserving the rest of your smile. However, how you choose to replace them can also determine how much of a benefit the process is, both for your immediate and long-term oral health. Dental implants are small posts that replace the roots of your lost teeth, providing a more stable, comfortable, and lifelike support system for your prosthetic dental crown or bridge. For optimal results, we use advanced digital imaging technology to create a precise surgical guide that allows for the most beneficial position and angle for your dental implants.
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The benefits of dental implants
There are many different reasons why your teeth roots are important to your oral health, and why losing them can have devastating consequences for it. When you replace them with dental implants, you can do more for your smile’s health and integrity. For instance, dental implants can:
- Stop your replacement teeth from shifting
- Give your dental prosthesis a more lifelike appearance
- Restore bite stimulation in your jawbone
- Prevent jawbone erosion resulting from diminished stimulation
- Reduce your risks of losing more teeth in the future
- Preserve the youthful appearance of your facial structures
- And more
Why plan with digital imaging?
For dental implants to be successful, they have to be able to withstand a maximum amount of pressure every time you bite and chew. This requires highly strategic placement, including where and at what angle the implant posts are situated. Digital imaging and guided implant placement allows us to gauge each post’s optimal placement, and then follow that guide precisely to ensure that every post is placed properly.
Replace lost teeth with dental implants
Dental implants give your prosthesis a higher level of realism by replacing your lost teeth roots as well as their crowns. To learn more about the advantages of digital dental implant placement, schedule a restorative dentistry consultation by calling Rodem Tree Dental in Rowlett, TX, today at 972-475-2321. We also proudly serve patients who live in Rockwall, Garland, Mesquite, Wylie, Sachse, and all surrounding communities.