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Dental Implants – Midlothian, TX

Lost a Tooth? We Can Fully Replace It!

There’s no other option for tooth replacement like dental implants. Bridges and dentures are enough to fill in the empty space in your mouth and help you chew normally again, but implants can act as a new root structure to hold your false teeth in place. That way, your smile won’t just look complete again; it will also feel and function normally, giving you a significant boost in confidence. Get in touch with our team at Long Family Dental today to set up an appointment to get started on one of the most advanced solutions for tooth replacement, including dental implants in Midlothian, TX.

Why Choose Long Family Dental for Dental Implants?

Benefits of Dental Implants

Three friends smiling together after dental implant tooth replacement

The actual dental implant is the titanium post that’s placed in the jaw to fuse with the bone and act as support for a customized restoration. There are many advantages that you can only enjoy with a crown, bridge, or denture that has been attached to a dental implant, such as the following:

Indications for Dental Implants

Dentist showing patient a model tooth and dental implant replacement tooth

A different number of implant posts can be used to replace a specific number of teeth. From a single gap to an entire arch, there’s no amount of tooth loss so minor or so severe that dental implants aren’t a potential solution. We may recommend them if you are:

Missing One Tooth

We can put a single implant post in the gap between two healthy teeth, then place an all-porcelain crown on it so that it blends in with its surroundings. This foregoes the need for make permanent alterations to the smile in order to place a bridge.

Missing Multiple Teeth

In order to replace multiple teeth at once, you’ll likely need a bridge or a partial denture. Both of these prosthetics can be supported by dental implants. Bridges typically only require two implant posts while the exact number needed for partial dentures depends on the locations of the missing teeth.

Missing All Teeth

If you don’t like the idea of replacing every single tooth in a row with dental implants, don’t worry; it only takes about four to six titanium posts to anchor a full denture in place. You’ll find that dentures that use implants as artificial tooth roots are much sturdier and more reliable than traditional ones, and they also make it much easier to enjoy steak and a variety of tough foods.

Start to Finish Convenience

Animated dental implant supported dental crown placement

Many dental offices in and around Midlothian will refer you to a specialist to have dental implants placed before calling you back for the restoration process. Long Family Dental can save you the trouble of visiting multiple dental offices by having the entire procedure done in-house. Dr. Bob and Dr. Chris have been trained to perform implant surgery and handle the restoration, so you’ll have experts that you know and trust taking care of your smile from the very beginning. You’ll also save time and money.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

Animated dental implant supported replacement tooth components

The final price of dental implants is by no means set in stone. Each patient has their own needs, and we will have to personalize your treatment plan accordingly. Don’t worry; we’ll thoroughly go over the regular pricing information ahead of time so that you aren’t unpleasantly surprised later. Most of the time, dental implants will be more costly up front than other tooth replacement options. However, they can last for decades as opposed to the relatively short lifespans of bridges and dentures, so you won’t be spending money on replacements nearly as often.

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