After experiencing tooth loss, the biggest questions many people have is what’s the best option for replacing them? The answer may be different for everyone, but in many cases, the best solution is to create and place the most lifelike restoration available. At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental office, we often recommend dental implants as the preferable tooth replacement option. After a comprehensive examination and consultation, we can help you decide if dental implants are your best option, as well, and why you should consider them for rebuilding your smile.

If you’ve recently lost one or more teeth

Dental implants, which are biocompatible posts designed to replace your lost teeth roots, are placed within your jawbone in order to reestablish the lost root’s functions. For optimal results, a dental implant should be placed as soon as possible following the loss of the tooth. This allows it to reestablish your tooth root’s vital functions sooner and help prevent the effects that tooth loss can have on your jawbone. If you’ve recently lost one or more teeth, then dental implants may offer the best solution for restoring your smile and preventing it from experiencing more serious consequences.

If you’ve lost all healthy teeth on your dental ridge

Reestablishing the vital functions of your lost teeth roots can be most beneficial if you receive an implant as soon as you’ve lost a tooth. However, the same benefits are even more important if you’ve lost all of the healthy teeth on one or both of your dental ridges. Extensive tooth loss can have a seriously detrimental effect on the strength, health, and integrity of your jawbone and surrounding oral structures. By placing a series of dental implants in your jawbone to support a lifelike denture or zirconia full-arch dental bridge, we can help restore vital stimulation to preserve your jawbone and oral structures.

If you want a better dental bridge or denture

Regardless of how many teeth they’ve lost, many patients choose to receive dental implants even after years of having already worn a conventional bridge or denture. Many want a more comfortable and lifelike option than their current restoration, or are tired of their bridges or dentures slipping when they speak, smile, bite, and chew. At our office, we can suggest upgrading your dental bridge or denture with an appropriate number of dental implant posts, which offer more lifelike comfort and stability for your new smile.

Learn if you should consider dental implants

If you’ve lost one or more teeth, then consider the many different benefits that dental implants can offer your smile. To learn more, schedule a free consultation by calling The Dental Implant Place in Ft. Worth, TX, today at 817-560-0414. We proudly serve the residents of Ft. Worth, Dallas, Southlake, and all surrounding communities.