By the age of 50, the average American has lost 12 permanent teeth due to decay, gum disease or injury. Losing teeth not only affects your appearance, it can also alter your bite, impair oral function and shrink areas of the jawbone. When it comes to replacing a missing tooth, dental implants are a top choice for many patients wishing to rebuild a complete and functional smile. Implants differ from traditional dental prostheses in that they fuse directly to the bone and are custom-designed to function like your natural tooth. 76116 dental implants can be used to secure custom crowns, fixed bridges or implant-retained dentures, and can even be placed strategically to support an entire set of upper or lower teeth. Dental implants promote the overall health of your jaw and help retain the natural contours of your face. Implants continue to provide stimulation to the underlying bone and come closest to replicating the feel, appearance and function of your natural teeth.
From designing your implants with the latest technology and techniques, to helping you adapt to your new teeth, you’ll be in the very best of hands with Dr. Alan Gross and his team. Our dedicated staff will provide the individualized attention you deserve and can provide useful tips on how to get the most out of your 76116 dental implants in comfort. Respectful of our patients’ time and sensitive to your needs, our dedicated and caring staff will take the time to listen to you and try to answer any questions you may have.
From a routine exam and cleaning to full-mouth rehabilitation, our practice is equipped to handle all your dental needs. Our office uses state-of-the-art equipment and upholds the strictest sterilization techniques, so you can be sure that you and your family are in safe hands. Call our office today for more information about 76116 dental implants or to schedule an appointment with our dentist.