Replacing Missing Teeth with Dental Implants and Get Your Smile Back By Dr. Drew Randall, DDS – Dallas Restorative Dentist Cosmetic Dental Implant
Implant dentistry is a popular and painless way to replace missing teeth.
Dental implants can replace missing teeth so you can avoid getting dentures. Consider dental implants by Dr. Randall – BioRejuvenation and Cosmetic Dentist in Dallas. Drew Randall DDS is a BioRejuvenation Dentist who uses a permanent alternative to dentures (dental implants) that look like your natural teeth and NEVER need adhesives!
If the thought of wearing dentures turns your stomach … and if the thought of dental bridges doesn’t sit well with you … and you’re looking for a permanent solution to replace missing teeth, dental implants may be the answer. Consequently, dental implants can significantly enhance the function of your teeth and the appearance of your smile.
Unlike dentures, implants provide much greater stability and support for your teeth … especially when chewing. offer more stability and support for your teeth, while also being virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth. They do not move along your gums and can also improve your ability to speak and chew. When you decide to schedule an appointment to discover the best course of treatment for you, Dr. Randall will discuss the most effective treatment options with you.
Benefits of Dental Implants
Although dental bridges and dentures have proven to be effective for replacement of missing teeth, there are some drawbacks to those procedures that dental implants can overcome. Dental implants improve upon traditional teeth replacement in a number of ways, including:
- No maintenance required other than routine oral cleaning habits
- Can improve biting, chewing, and speaking
- Can reduce pain and tenderness in your jaw and TMJ
- Feels like your natural tooth
- Permanent alternative to dentures
- No slippage
- No need to grind down adjacent teeth to accommodate a dental bridge
- Improves appearance of the teeth with results that look natural so you can feel more youthful and confident!
Dental Implant Procedure
Patients who have missing teeth and strong bone density in the jaws are often ideal candidates for dental implants. Dr. Randall will help determine your candidacy for this procedure at your initial consultation.
During the dental implant procedure, an oral surgeon or periodonist will place a thin, durable titanium rod under the gum in the area of the missing tooth. This rod will anchor directly to the jawbone, where it will fuse itself to the bone over the next few months.
During this period, you can have a temporary crown placed over the rod until the fusion is complete. Once the fusion of the anchor to the bone has occurred, the implant is now a permanent part of your mouth, and is ready for a permanent crown. Dr. Randall will have the crown custom-made and color-matched to blend in with your surrounding teeth.
Once placed, the crown will provide the finishing touch to the implant, providing an appearance that looks natural and a feeling like that of an original tooth.
How “Implant Dentistry” Works:
Dallas BioRejuvenation and Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Drew Randall is providing smile makeovers to Dallas area patients who have missing teeth that make it embarrassing to smile and difficult to chew. “Implant Dentistry” or “Dental Implants” are a popular way to permanently fix missing teeth and give patients a complete “smile makeover” that makes them want to show off their smile again.
With dental implants, now you can enjoy the freedom of eating even the chewiest foods whenever you please without worrying about your teeth slipping! Plus, denture adhesives and care routines are completely unnecessary with dental implants. Simply care for them as if they were your natural teeth. Best of all, with proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime!
To see what our patients have to say about working with Drew Randall DDS and the team at Randall Dentistry … and to see the most amazing transformations imaginable … be sure to check out our testimonial videos below. If after reading this you’ve deciding to schedule an initial consultation with Dr. Randall, simply call our office at (214) 750-4901 now.