May 11, 2017
Sometimes, when you visit the dentist you may get unfortunate news like learning about a severe cases of tooth decay. Many patients face losing major parts of their smile because of various dental issues. If you’re looking at losing teeth, you shouldn’t harbor on the bad news, we recommend that you start planning for the future. Bear Branch Family and Cosmetic Dentistry offers a revolutionary tooth replacement option for our patients in need: dental implants in The Woodlands. Even if you’re upset about the possibility of losing your natural teeth, Dr. Kelly LeBlanc is here to help you see the silver lining on this dark cloud with the next best thing to your natural smile: a smile supported with innovative dental implants!
Dental Implants Are Just as Great as Natural Teeth
Dental implants are hands-down the most effective tooth replacement option available today with a success rate of 95%! When they are properly cared for, they can last a lifetime. It’s still important to remember that while dental implants are technically a permanent restoration, maintaining a healthy jawbone and strong dental prosthetic are two factors that depend on you to keep them durable. The best way to prevent a dental implant from failing is to follow these tips from your dentist in The Woodlands.
Benefits of Dental Implants
Having a healthy, full smile comes with unlimited benefits. But, imagine being able to re-stabilize your smile with tooth replacements that are built to last the rest of your life! You can get just that and experience the versatility that dental implants have to offer. More so, you will begin to feel confident in your smile once again.
Implant-retained prosthetics, such as full or partial dentures, can be attached securely to a patient’s smile with the help of only a few implants. That’s right! Dr. LeBlanc can significantly reduce dental care costs for multiple implants, prosthetics, and other restorations. Some other positive things about dental implants include:
- Ability to blend well with the rest of your smile with seamless, tooth-colored dental prosthetics.
- Durable restorations built to last the rest of our patient’s lives with the proper care and regular checkups.
- No abrupt changes in your dental hygiene routine, your restorations can be cared for just as regular teeth.
- Ability to chew, speak, and smile confidently once again.
You Choose Your Restoration!
There is no limit to how many teeth can be replaced in a healthy mouth. You can replace a few teeth or bridge them together with dental implants. Crowns and bridges can be attached to implant posts. They replace single or several teeth in a row with high-quality, natural materials that blend seamlessly with surrounding teeth. A single crown or two attached crowns can typically be supported by a single dental implant.
Partial or full dentures can be used if you have more advanced tooth loss. Dr. LeBlanc may recommend attaching dentures to a few strategically placed implant posts. Regular dentures can slip or cause further jaw bone deterioration from being held by suction or adhesives. Fortunately, with implants, they will stay in place.
Ultimately, you and your dentist will be able to discuss the best options for you during a scheduled consultation. Contact us today to reserve the next available appointment!
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