The ability for your smile to function properly benefits you in a number of ways. After all, daily tasks such as biting, chewing, eating, and even enunciating would be difficult without a full set of teeth. While preventive dentistry is designed to help keep your smile strong, sometimes life may have other plans. Fortunately, dental restorations and placement can help. In today’s blog, your Fort Worth, TX oral surgeon explores the process behind creating and placing your dental implant restorations, and how their placement is linked to their rate of success.
Supporting Bite Pressure
Whether you are aware of it or not, your smile consists of a series of structures functioning together like a well-oiled machine. Indeed, your ability to bite is made possible because your teeth, roots, gums, and jawbone’s functioning together to make it happen. For example, your tooth roots are secured within the jaw bone, creating a tight connection between the two. This allows your crowns to properly absorb the pressure of your bite without falter, while also stimulating the bone to help keep it healthy.
The gums function as an extra cushion to provide protection for your roots and jaw in addition to extra support. What’s more? Efficient function is needed in order to help you perform routine tasks while also benefiting your oral health. When even a single structure is missing, the entire process is brought into question. Fortunately, this is where our team comes in to help.
Through the use of advanced dental technology and a fully-equipped office, our team can provide a highly accurate and high-quality dental implant that is capable of supporting your bite pressure once again. For more information about this process, reach out to our team today.
Better Chances of Success
Through the help of guided implant technology, we are able to place your new biocompatible post in the optimal position to absorb your bite’s pressure. We begin by taking a number of X-rays and CT scans, then compiling those together to create a 3D model of your mouth. From here, we determine the optimal location, angle, and more that will ensure your greatest chances of surgical success. Contact our office today to learn more about the process.
Another major benefit of detailed implant placement is an increased level of precision. All too often patients come into our office with horror stories about past experiences with other surgeons. With our minimally invasive approach, you will be able to enjoy your lifelike restoration in as little as a single day. What’s more? You will not have to worry about the long and strenuous process of traditional placement.
Schedule Your Consultation
Contact The Dental Implant Place in Fort Worth, TX by calling 817-560-0414 to learn more about high-precision and quality implants, and schedule your initial consultation with our team today.