If you’ve lost one or more teeth, then replacing them is the most important thing to your smile’s health and integrity. However, not all tooth replacement options are equal, and how you choose to rebuild your smile will have a lifelong impact on your oral health (including your ability to avoid losing more teeth). At our Ft. Worth, TX, dental implant office, we know that what matters most when replacing your lost teeth is designing a restoration that closely matches your unique needs and preferences.
Ensuring your smile is otherwise healthy
Except in the case of dental emergencies that involve avulsed (knocked-out) teeth, tooth loss is most often the result of an underlying oral health issue, like severe gum disease. Before rebuilding your smile, we’ll perform a comprehensive examination and consultation to determine the cause of your tooth loss, and to ensure that no chronic oral health issues are present. If they are, then the first step to replacing your lost teeth will be to address the reason why you lost them.
Designing a restoration that mimics natural teeth
Your teeth are designed to do a lot of different things, and for your restoration to succeed in rebuilding your smile, it should be able to do just as much. That requires highly precise design and crafting capabilities, which are enhanced with the help of digital imaging and CAD/CAM technologies. Our in-house lab and advanced technologies help us ensure that any restoration we design closely matches the size, shape, color, shade, and appearance of your healthy, natural teeth. This helps ensure your replacement teeth can restore your bite’s function as well as your smile’s appearance.
Supporting your replacement teeth on “roots”
Many of the things that your healthy, natural teeth are responsible for aren’t obvious or out in the open. For example, the roots that support your teeth serve several different vital functions for your bite’s stability, your teeth’s integrity, your jawbone’s mass and density, and more. Therefore, replacing your lost teeth roots may be the most important part of rebuilding your smile, especially when it comes to its foundation. Using our advanced technology and wide range of dental implant services, we can provide the most lifelike replacement for your lost teeth by giving your restoration the support of root-like dental implant posts.
Learn more about replacing your lost teeth
How you replace your lost teeth matters to your smile’s appearance as much as to your long-term oral health. For more information, 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.