If you wanted to build a fence, would you include fence posts to keep it secure? You probably would because you wouldn’t want an animal or the wind to just push the fence over.
For a similar reason, we would encourage you to get dental implants if you need teeth replacements.
We know the benefits implants have provided for so many patients at our dentist office in Spring, TX. If you or someone you love is missing teeth, then we want you to enjoy those benefits, too.
Dental Implants And Your Smile
If you are missing one tooth or a whole row of teeth, your smile just isn’t the same. For some people, this becomes a source of embarrassment or shame.
You may have lost a tooth due to poor oral hygiene. You may be missing multiple teeth because of an injury or accident. Or you may be missing all your teeth for a combination of reasons.
Regardless of why you lost teeth, you may be hesitant to smile or let anyone see that you are missing teeth.
The good news is dental implants can help no matter how many teeth you need to replace.
Implants replace the roots of your teeth. Like your roots, they are embedded in your jawbone.
As a result, your implants will provide support for the replacement for the crowns of your missing teeth.
If you are missing one tooth, you may get an implant a dental crown. If you are missing multiple teeth, a few implants and a dental bridge can fill the gap in your smile. And if you are missing an entire arch of teeth, well, you can get implant-supported dentures.
With any of these restorative treatments, your smile can look natural and complete once again. We’ve seen many of those smiles at our dentist office in Spring, TX.
Let us give you a reason to smile again. Call us at 832-791-1706.
Dental Implants And Dining Out
One of the most common complaints we hear from people with dentures is that they can’t eat the foods they want to eat.
Some foods like fresh apples or corn on the cob are too hard to bite, causing dentures to come loose. Some foods like steak or chicken may be too hard to chew because you don’t have as much power as you did with your real teeth.
Many people are aware of these issues before they get dentures. What you may not realize is that a single missing tooth can interfere with how you eat, too.
Losing a tooth can allow other teeth to “drift” into the empty space. This can change your bite and how easily you are able to eat.
Again, fortunately, you can come to Texas Dental Group to get dental implants.
As we noted above, your implants are placed directly in your jaw. This creates a direct connection between your jaw and your dental crown, bridge, or dentures.
This adds stability and strength to your replacement teeth. Studies have shown that patients with dental implants can regain nearly all of their original biting power.
What does that mean for you? It means you can continue eating all the foods that you love.
And it means when you dine out with your family and friends, you can order anything you would like from the menu.
Dental Implants And Your Self-Confidence
We can’t tell you how many patients have visited us who appeared dejected about their missing teeth. Some never smiled before they got dental implants. Some had trouble looking us in the eye to discuss their situation.
We want you to know that you don’t have to feel that way in our office. Our team is here to help you however we can. And dental implants are one of the best ways we can help.
Getting dental implants has changed the physical appearance of those patients’ smiles. It’s also changed how they feel about themselves.
It’s hard to explain the difference that dental implants can have on someone’s self-esteem. When you feel comfortable letting people see you smile or simply looking people in the eye when you speak, it makes everyday life more enjoyable.
Dental Implants And You?
If you are tired of avoiding things you want to do because of your missing teeth, it’s time to do something about it.
It’s time for you to call 832-791-1706 or fill out our online form. It’s time for you to schedule a consultation at Texas Dental Group.
It’s time to find out what dental implants can do for you.