For patients who experience tooth loss these days, dental implants are a well-known, often ideal prosthetic solution. They not only help you rebuild your smile’s appearance and ability to bite and chew your foods, but also all of the many other vital functions of your teeth and their roots. Yet, because dental implants require surgically placing the biocompatible posts within your jawbone, many patients who experience severe tooth loss might not believe they qualify. Fortunately, at our Ft. Worth, TX, dental office, we can help make qualifying for and receiving dental implants a much more efficient process.

The idea is worth revisiting

Before letting go of the idea of receiving dental implants, it’s worth taking another look at why they’re so frequently recommended for replacing lost teeth. Their defining characteristic is the fact that dental implants replace your lost teeth roots – the anchors that hold your healthy teeth in place within your jawbone. This is vital to your oral health and your replacement teeth for several different reasons, such as providing lifelike support for your new teeth and revitalizing the stimulation in your jawbone. Given the immense importance this has to your long-term oral health, dental implants are worth considering a second time.

They can address your severe tooth loss

People might think they don’t quality for dental implants for a wide range of potential reasons. One of the most common is the extent of their tooth loss. Placing dental implants for most or all of the teeth on your dental ridge can seem daunting, and the severity of your condition can make the entire process seem like too much. However, dental implants are even more beneficial the more teeth roots you’ve lost. Because of their biocompatibility – the posts are designed for your jawbone to fuse to their surfaces – implants can effectively replace all of your lost teeth, even in the case of complete tooth loss.

Your procedure might be simpler than you think

If you have lost a significant number of healthy, natural teeth, then the good news is that completely rebuilding your smile with dental implants may be more convenient than you expect. For example, using advanced technology, we can plan and perform your entire treatment within our office. We can also utilize small-diameter dental implants that help rebuild your smile even if you’ve lost a significant amount of jawbone mass and density.

Ask us if you’re a good candidate for implants

Qualifying for dental implants is easier with the help of our advanced technology and extensive dental implant experience. 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.