Are you looking to replace missing teeth? Charles E. Dyer, IV, DDS, offers dental implants — the premier tooth replacement option — at his practice in Cypress, Texas. Implants support natural-looking prosthetics that can last you a lifetime. They not only improve your smile, but they also enhance your oral health dramatically. To schedule a dental implant consultation, call the office or use the online booking tool today.
Dental implants are small metal posts that are placed deep in your jawbone, creating a durable base for crowns, bridges, or dentures. Implant-retained prosthetic teeth will look, feel, and function like natural teeth.
Oral surgery for dental implants is an involved process, though it’s not painful or overly complicated. The transformative results dental implants deliver is well worth the time and effort it takes to get them.
Getting dental implants placed requires at least two in-office visits with Dr. Dyer at his office. Once you decide on implants, you’ll schedule an oral surgery appointment well in advance.
Before oral surgery, Dr. Dyer gives you a local anesthetic to make the procedure comfortable for you. Then, he uses a special dental drill to insert the implant directly into your jawbone. During the procedure, you won’t feel anything.
After the procedure, your jaw needs time to heal and allow the implant to fuse to your jawbone so it can support replacement teeth. Typically, the recovery takes at least several months.
Once your jawbone has fully healed, you’ll come back in to have your permanent replacement crown, bridge, or denture attached to your implant.
Dental implants offer a host of critical benefits for people with missing teeth, such as:
If you have a weak or insufficient jawbone that can’t properly support implants, you may need bone grafts. Talk to Dr. Dyer to see if dental implants are the right restoration option for you.
One of the reasons dental implants are so popular is that as long as you practice good oral hygiene, they can last virtually a lifetime.
Nearly 90% of dental implants last patients for at least 30 years. It’s important to note that their longevity depends largely on you. Make sure to continue brushing, flossing, and maintaining your regularly scheduled cleanings with Dr. Dyer.
To find out more about how dental implants can benefit you, call the office or schedule a consultation online today.