Do I need a Dental Implant?
[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]Our Houston dentist strives to create conservative and effective restorative solutions. We recommend dental implants and implant-supported restorations for the following dental problems:
Advanced Periodontal Disease
Common Advanced Periodontitis or gum disease is Tooth loss.
Untreated Periodontal disease can lead to weakened Jaw bone.
As a result of this, tooth loss occurs.
With bone grafting and eventual dental implant placement, patients benefit from rebuilt bone tissue and enjoy fully restored oral health as well as aesthetics.
Failed Root Canal Therapy
Root Canal failure is one of the most deadly Periodontal diseases because it puts the patient’s overall health at risk.
The infected areas caused by bacteria can spread to other parts of the body damaging vital organs.
If a tooth must have frequently retreated, it may be in the patient’s best interest have the damaged tooth removed and replaced with a dental implant.
Accidental Tooth Loss (Avulsion)
Tooth loss could result from a sports injury or serious dental trauma.
Whatever the case, tooth loss can leave a long-lasting impact, leading to bite misalignment and compromising dental function. While traditional bridge restorations replaces the missing teeth, they leave the jaw susceptible to deterioration, which increases the likelihood of additional tooth loss. As dental implants are surgically placed into the jaw, they help prevent bone loss and maintain full dental function.
While dentures are an effective full arch teeth replacement option, it comes with difficulties as well.
Dentures can cause shifting, difficulty chewing and speaking, as well as a number of other issues for wearers. Securing dentures with dental implants or replacing dentures with an implant-supported, full arch restoration allows patients to regain confidence in the look, feel, and function of their smiles.
Visit our Dentist for Dental Implants in Houston
If you’ve been searching for the right dental treatment according to your unique needs.
Schedule a consultation with our dentist in Houston today to learn more. Call- (832) 232-5353[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]