Are missing or severely damaged teeth making eating or talking nearly impossible? Do you feel self-conscious smiling in public?
Our dentists at Bell Dental offer custom-designed dental implants for patients looking to restore functionality and beauty to their smiles.
So why should you consider replacing missing teeth with dental implants?
Dental Implants Offer Unrivaled Stability and Health Benefits
Built to Last
While a restoration may need replacing at some point, dental implants can provide a lifetime of benefits. When properly placed and cared for, your implants can last upwards of 40 years.
Improved Jaw Health
When teeth are lost, the jaw begins to shrink, which can affect the stability of other teeth and your facial features. Implants are the only tooth replacement option that also fights against jawbone deterioration.
An implant-supported restoration replaces every structure of your tooth, from root to crown, ensuring a natural look, fit, and feel. The stability and strength of dental implants can provide a smile you can feel confident in sharing.
Take a look at how implants work...
If You Have Lost Teeth, You Are Not Alone
*According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
Understanding the Procedure
At Bell Dental, our dentists educate our patients about what to expect when undergoing a procedure to significantly improve their overall health. Because there are risks involved with every oral care method, it is important to find an experienced, well-educated dentist that keeps your comfort and best interest in mind during the course of your treatment process.
Our Lake Jackson Dental implants may improve your oral health if you:
- Are missing teeth
- Have satisfactory bone density to secure the implants
- Have healthy mouth tissue
- Have healthy gums
- Can wear dentures, but they’re tired of unreliable support
- Need Improvement in your mouth’s natural function
- Are loosing your teeth
Getting the Most Out Of Your Implants
Properly maintaining and caring for your implants preserves them, helping them to last for years. Although implants are incredibly durable and designed to withstand a lot of wear, Dr. Bell encourages his patients to schedule routine dental appointments, semi-annual cleanings, and practice excellent oral hygiene.