Dental Implant Candidacy

 

Are You A Candidate for Dental Implants?

In recent years, dental implants have become the gold standard of dental restorations. From their longevity and strength to their ease of cleaning and natural look, there really is no substitute for dental implants. However, not every patient will qualify for implants, at least not at first. After perusing this info on dental implant candidacy, you’ll have a better idea of whether they’re right for you and whether you’re likely to qualify.  

 

Dental implants may be the tooth restoration solution for you, if:

You want to improve your quality of life. With a natural look and near perfect enhancement to chewing and speaking functions, your dental implants will become a natural part of your life – You may never worry about your teeth again!

You want a tough, durable restoration. Dental implants are the only restoration that integrates with the jawbone in a process called osseointegration. This gives them strength and durability that can’t be matched by other restorations.

You want a long-lasting restoration that is easy to live with. Maintaining dental implants is as simple as brushing and flossing your teeth each day. If you keep up with this simple process, your dental implants may last the rest of your life.

You want to improve and protect your oral health. By preventing the jawbone from shrinking and ensuring that remaining teeth are supported, dental implants play a major role in protecting and improving your oral health.

 

It’s Easier Than Ever to Restore Your Smile With Implants

The first step is a consultation with one of our experienced dentists. If you’re considering dental implants as a solution for your missing teeth, it all begins with a consultation. When you meet with our implant dentist, you’ll have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, while sharing your goals and expectations with us. We’ll examine your oral health and devise a treatment plan that is individualized to your needs. Once you’re happy with the treatment plan and we’re on the same page, then we can move forward with creating the smile you’ve always deserved. Why wait? Your path to a better smile can begin today at Central Texas Dental Care. Contact us to learn more.  

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How will I know if I’m an ideal candidate for dental implants?

During your consultation with Dr. Sager, he’ll conduct a thorough evaluation of your teeth and gum health. After collecting enough information, our office will determine if you’re an ideal candidate for receiving dental implants and create a personalized treatment plan. If you’re not a good fit for dental implants, Dr. Sager may recommend a supplemental procedure to further elevate your oral health.

 

Who’s a good candidate for dental implants?

Patients with a strong jawbone and healthy gums are ideal candidates for receiving dental implants. Even if you struggle with certain oral health issues, with our advanced services, you can still qualify for dental implants. To learn more about your candidacy, you can schedule an appointment with Dr. Sager so that he can conduct a full evaluation of your teeth.

 

Can I upgrade to dental implants if I have dentures?

Most patients are able to receive dental implants if they already have dentures. Our implant-supported dentures offer the best of both worlds in restorative dentistry, combining the convenience of dentures with the stability and long-term health benefits of implants. If you’ve suffered from jawbone loss or gum disease, a supplemental procedure can prepare you for undergoing the implant placement.

 

Can I still get dental implants if I have gum disease?

Patients who are suffering from gum disease won’t be able to immediately qualify for dental implants. Since healthy gums are crucial to securing your porcelain crowns, gum disease can put you at risk for further infection. Thankfully, Dr. Sager and our team offer a variety of treatments to eliminate gum infections and restore your oral health.

Are you ready to schedule with Central Texas Dental Care?

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