At Charles E. Dyer, IV, DDS, MS, PC, we offer dental implants as a stable, functional, and permanent tooth replacement option. Implant-supported tooth replacements look, feel, and function like natural teeth.
Implants are typically made from titanium and other materials compatible with the human body. The implants will be placed into the jawbone during a minor surgical procedure in the dental office. After the dental implants are in place, they can support dental crowns, bridges, and complete dentures. Dental implants can sometimes support an entire arch of replacement teeth using fixed implant-supported bridges or overdentures.
With a permanent set of replacement teeth supported by dental implants, patients can again eat and speak without struggling to do so. They will also be able to smile confidently, knowing that their beautiful new teeth are secured and do not shift when talking, laughing, or eating.
When patients undergo implant surgery, our highly skilled dentist uses the most advanced surgical techniques and technologies to ensure that the entire process is as smooth and stress-free as possible. We understand that dental procedures can create anxiety in patients and do our best to address any concerns they may have so that we can help them achieve beautiful, long-lasting results.
Before beginning the procedure, we’ll review the patient’s medical history and current medications to ensure they are healthy enough to receive treatment. We’ll also answer any questions they may have about the process before getting started.
During the procedure, we administer anesthetics to numb the area and keep the patient comfortable. Once the area is numbed, we’ll make a small incision into the gums to expose the jawbone and create space for the implants and then place them. Finally, the gum tissues are repositioned over the implants and secured with sutures.
Once the dental implants have been successfully placed, the osseointegration process occurs. During this time, the implant fuses with the jawbone in a process known as osteogenesis. Depending on the patient’s unique biology and oral health, this can take anywhere from three to six months. After the implant has fused with the jawbone, patients will return to our office to have their temporary crowns replaced with permanent ones.
If you’re missing one tooth or several of your natural teeth, visit Charles E. Dyer, IV, DDS, MS, PC, at 16316 Spring Cypress Rd, Cypress, TX 77429, or call (281) 304-9911 to learn more about dental implants and see if they are the right solution for you.
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