Tooth human implant. Dental concept. Ceramic human teeth or dentures.Whether you are seeking to have a compromised tooth removed or need to rebuild a significant portion of your smile, implant dentistry can help. Indeed, it can seem like a daunting process for some, but advances in dental technology and procedures have made receiving your prosthetics much more straight-forward and efficient. In fact, implant dentistry can address a wide array of tooth loss, including a single tooth or full dentures. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX oral surgeon explains how our team crafts unique restorations that are custom-designed for your smile all within the confines of our office.

A Gap in Your Grin

Tooth loss, while not a favorable phenomenon, can occur for a variety of reasons. Indeed, a physical accident and injury can cause a structure to become dislodged or knocked out. A particularly bad case of tooth decay and infection can also lead to a compromised structure, and you may have to face the options of either having your tooth removed or letting the infection continue to wreak havoc on your smile.

Though nobody wants to lose their natural teeth, sometimes life may have other plans. Once a compromised structure is removed, however, that is not to say that your problems are automatically solved. In fact, you will begin to experience a number of new complications such as an impact on your oral function. To address these concerns, a dental implant can function as an artificial root and help restore bite function by being able to absorb your bite pressure. To learn more about this process, reach out to our team today.

What to do About Consecutive Tooth Loss

Nothing is worse than losing a natural tooth – except for losing several! The sad truth of the matter is that once a tooth has been lost to infection, your chances of losing adjacent structures increases exponentially. In other words, you could lose consecutive teeth in a rapid manner without proper care.

Because tooth loss does not often occur in a predictable manner, our team is prepared with restorations to fit your needs. Indeed, our fully-functioning in-house lab allows us to oversee your entire treatment from start to finish. This also allows for increased precision and customized care. We can craft single restorations for the loss of one structure, or entire bridges that span the width of a gap.

Total Reinforcement with Partial and Fill Dentures

Just as we can craft dental bridges to meet your needs, we can help in the event of total or near-total tooth loss as well. Our team will work closely with you to determine what your best options are, and we can craft the ideal partial or full implant-retained denture you need.

Schedule Your Consultation

Contact The Dental Implant Place in Fort Worth, TX by calling 817-560-0414 to learn more about our restoration capabilities, and schedule your free initial consultation with our team today.