Dental implants act much like natural tooth roots for custom-crafted porcelain crowns or dentures. A smile upgrade with implants can completely change your facial appearance and restore its natural beauty.
Imagine no longer being afraid to smile. Imagine spending more time with friends and loved ones, eating your favorite foods and conversing comfortably. Dental implants can make all of this possible.
By acting as strong tooth roots, dental implants stimulate healthy jawbone growth to prevent your surrounding teeth from shifting. This also prevents sagging skin and premature wrinkles. Best of all, replacing a missing tooth will reduce your risk of tooth decay and gum disease.
With dental implants, you can stop worrying about slurring your words or which of your favorite foods are off-limits. Implants restore your smile’s functionality unlike any other tooth replacement.
Most people are good candidates for the dental implant surgery, however, Dr. Majors will thoroughly examine your oral health to determine if you meet the requirements. For example, you’ll need to have good overall oral health in order for the procedure to be successful. In recent years, patients would also need sufficient bone density to be good candidates.
Now, we can perform a mini dental implant procedure at our Bryan office for patients who lack enough bone density for traditional implants. For patients with insufficient bone density who prefer traditional dental implants, Dr. Majors can complete a bone grafting procedure to restore it to full strength and prepare you for surgery.
To see if dental implants are right for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Majors by calling our office at (979) 341-9477. During the consultation, he’ll examine your oral health and create a customized treatment plan that will address any needs prior to the dental implant procedure.
Dental implants are suitable for people of all ages. They’re the preferred method for tooth replacement because they can last a lifetime. Unlike other restoration procedures, dental implants actually increase your bone density, thereby preventing deterioration.
You won’t have slippage or difficulty speaking like with traditional dentures and best of all, they look as good as they feel. We have several dental implant solutions including implant-supported bridges and implant-supported dentures. If you’re interested in discussing which treatment option would be best for you, contact our office to schedule a consultation with Dr. Majors.
Are you missing one or more teeth and want to know if dental implants are for you? Look no further than our practice, where we’re proud to be serving patients in Bryan and College Station, TX.
Call our office at 979-341-9477 and schedule a consultation with Dr. Majors today. It’s the first step to your new smile.
No — children’s jawbones are still growing, and placing dental implants in a jaw that’s not done growing can lead to misalignment over time. Until a patient’s jawbone is fully developed, they won’t be a candidate for dental implants.
If you have gum disease, we’ll need to eliminate the infection in order to move forward with the dental implant process. Gum disease interferes with your jawbone’s ability to heal around the titanium implant fixture, causing the procedure to fail. During your consultation, Dr. Majors can discuss supplemental procedures for eliminating gum disease before starting your dental implant treatment.