Dental Implants In Grand Prairie, TX

What are Dental Implants?

Dental implants replace missing teeth. In the past, the only options available to you were to either place a dental bridge or wear a partial denture. Dental implants are ideal options for tooth replacement because they do not compromise surrounding teeth. Dr. Guirguis at Definitive Dental is one of the most highly regarded dental implant specialists in Grand Prairie, Texas.

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What Are Dental Implants

How Does an Implant Help?

Implants are made out of titanium and act as both the roots and crown of a natural tooth. The implant undergoes a process known as osseointegration, which means it heals into the bone over the course of a few months. Implants help to cosmetically improve your smile as well as its function. Once a crown or denture is placed over the implant, it becomes easy to eat and chew your food just like your natural teeth.

Need a Dental Implant in the Area of Grand Prairie, Texas?

How Do You Know If You Need One?

If you have a badly broken down or missing tooth, or have loose or ill-fitting dentures, we can examine your mouth and teeth to determine if you might benefit from an implant. Implants rely on solid, healthy bone structures to heal properly. If you currently suffer from bone loss, we will recommend bone grafting before an implant can be placed. Patients who need or want implants can have the procedure done safely and effectively in our office.

What Happens During a Dental Implant Procedure?

Contrary to what many patients expect, implant placement is a very calm and relaxed procedure, without the noise of the dental drill you’re used to hearing. We begin the procedure by administering anesthetic or sedation. At Definitive Dental, our Profound Numbing Guarantee assures you a pain-free experience. Once the anesthetic has taken effect, a slow, quiet handpiece is used to place the titanium implant. At this point, the implant needs time to heal, and we’ll send you home with instructions for special care. Over the next few months, the implant will completely fuse with the underlying bone. Once this happens, we ask you back into the office to have a dental restoration done just for that area. You can take care of your new implant the same as your natural teeth, and it can last for decades without showing any signs of damage or disrepair.

Who Is A Candidate For Dental Implants

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