Dental prosthesis on the jaw model for the study of the patient's biteSome of the major benefits that arise from technological advancement is the ability to make treatment more affordable and effective when it comes to your dental matter. Indeed, situations involving tooth loss can occur on a spectrum with unique characteristics and parameters to be met. What’s more? New-age methods and techniques make receiving treatment more efficient and yield better results than traditional methods of the past. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX oral surgeon discusses the major benefits implant-retained dentures have over traditional models, and how our team can provide higher-quality care.

Their View on Function

When a person loses a tooth, let alone several, often the first concern to come to mind is how it will affect their smile’s appearance. After all, nobody wants a noticeable gap in their grin, and if patients could opt out of it, they certainly would. While cosmetic concerns certainly are valid issues to consider, they do not make up the primary issue with missing structures.

Indeed, your oral function becomes impacted greatly by the loss of a tooth, and for this reason, your dentist recommends having the structure replaced as soon as possible. For instance, consider that a tooth is comprised of the crown and the root. While the crown performs the biting and chewing actions, the root is embedded in the jaw bone in a secure manner that it allows your crown to absorb the pressure of your bite without falter.

It is also important to note that each of your structures are designed to absorb this pressure evenly throughout, so a missing structure can actually cause more problems than you might have initially thought. Reach out to our team today to learn more about this process.

Minimally-Invasive

Unlike traditional dentures, implant-retained dentures account for your oral function and strives to ensure this is the case. Through our minimally-invasive process, we can create, place, and secure your implant dentures in as little as a single day. We do not believe effective treatment has to be complicated, and we invite you to schedule a free initial consultation with our team to learn more about your specific needs and the process behind our treatment today.

Prioritizing Your Health

Whether you are aware of it or not, your oral health can influence other aspects of your physical health, and it is important to stay on top of a specific care plan. In cases where tooth loss occurs rapidly, we’ve also got you covered with our minimally-invasive implant-retained dentures. Contact our team today to schedule a free initial consultation and learn more.

Schedule Your Consultation

Contact The Dental Implant Place in Fort Worth, TX by calling 817-560-0414 to schedule your next appointment with our office and learn more about the benefits of implant-retained denture options.