Dental Implants in Taylor, TX
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Dental implants consist of a biocompatible material that integrates with your surrounding bone tissues, thus providing a solid functional base. Whether you want to replace one tooth or an entire arch, visit our practice to learn more about our dental implant services. Call us at (254) 978-5928 to schedule an appointment today!
Our Dental Implant Services in Taylor, TX
After a complete evaluation, our dentists will design a suitable plan for you to address all your concerns. Our practice offers a wide range of dental implants which include the following:
- Single Tooth Implant: If you have lost a single tooth, the best option to replace it is a single dental implant. It comprises an implant post, a connecting abutment, and a dental crown.
- Implant Bridges: In order to replace two or more adjacent missing teeth in the same arch, implant-supported bridges are a good option. We will place two or more implant posts in the jawbone and cover them with a dental bridge.
- Implant-Supported Dentures: They are ideal for replacing multiple teeth or an entire arch of teeth at once. Depending on your preference and compliance, these dentures can be removable or fixed.
- All-on-4 or All-on-6 Implants: For full-arch replacement, Nobel Biocare™ offers the concept of All-on-4 or All-on-6 implants. We will place 4 to 6 implant posts in your jawbone and attach a fixed denture to replace the entire arch. This will greatly help to improve smile aesthetics and functional concerns.
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What Is The Process of Getting Dental Implants?
When you visit our practice to get dental implants in Taylor, TX, our dentists will guide you through the process during the initial consultation. Before placement of implants, you may require bone grafting or sinus lift surgery for a good prognosis. Once you are cleared for implant surgery, we will anesthetize you before the procedure. Our dentist will place a small incision at the site of the missing tooth/teeth to access your jawbone.
Next, we will drill a hole in the bone to make space for the implant post. This step is followed by a healing period, during which the implant post fuses with your jawbone. After achieving proper healing, we will place an abutment that will connect the implant post with a crown, bridge, or denture. Our team will schedule follow-up visits to monitor the condition of dental implants.