Our Implant Solutions in Hewitt, TX

 

Restore Any Number of Missing Teeth

At Central Texas Dental Care, we feature a variety of dental implant solutions to meet all our patients’ needs. Whether you’re missing one tooth, several teeth, or a full arch, our dentists will determine the ideal treatment for your smile.

Explore our guide to learn about your treatment options.

 

Single Tooth Replacement

If you’re replacing just one tooth, we’ll top your implant with a stunning porcelain crown. Each of our crowns are customized to match the shade of your natural teeth and they’re highly durable for long-lasting results.

 

Multi-Tooth Replacement

For patients who need to replace multiple teeth, there are a few options. If your missing teeth are adjacent, we recommend an implant-supported bridge. Unlike a traditional bridge, this restoration won’t need to rely on your surrounding teeth for support.

If you have gaps spaced throughout your smile, your dentist can customize a partial denture just for you and secure it with dental implants. Unlike traditional dentures, implant-supported dentures won’t fall out or slide around in your mouth. They also prevent jawbone deterioration to preserve your oral health and facial appearance.

 

Full-Arch Replacement

Many patients who are missing a full arch of teeth assume that restoring their smile will be too costly or inconvenient. Thankfully, this isn’t the case, as one of our dentists can place a complete denture and secure it to your jaw with just four to six dental implants.

Known as All-on-4, this treatment method requires no bone grafting and has allowed more patients to receive dental implants than ever before.

 

Visit Central Texas Dental Care for Dental Implants

If you’re interested in dental implants, call our office at 254-203-7405 and schedule an initial consultation. One of our implant dentists will thoroughly examine your mouth and determine the implant solution that best fits your specific needs.

Rest assured, we’ll help you achieve your dream smile.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What types of dental implant solutions are there?

No matter how many teeth you need to replace, our Hewitt dental implant providers can customize a solution that will fit your smile needs. Our options include single implants, implant-supported bridges and dentures, and All-on-4. In some cases, our dentists can even provide same-day dental implants for patients who want to save time. Each implant solution is designed to act as a natural tooth root, helping restore health, functionality, and confidence to your smile.

 

Are dental implants a permanent solution for tooth loss?

Dental implants are designed to be a permanent solution for tooth loss, acting just like a natural tooth root to support your choice of restoration. Made of biocompatible titanium, dental implants integrate naturally into your jaw for unmatched strength and durability. Once the implant properly fuses with your bone, one of our dentists can place your customized dental restoration. In most cases, this will be a porcelain crown or dentures.

 

Are there dietary restrictions after I get my dental implants?

You’ll want to listen to your dentist in regards to aftercare tips, as each patient’s guidelines will vary slightly depending on their individual case. Generally, we recommend avoiding hard-to-chew foods, very hot liquids, and sugary drinks.

Certain dietary options can help aid your recovery process. Some of which include:

  • Jell-O
  • Mashed bananas
  • Applesauce
  • Yogurt
  • Soups (not too hot!)
  • Protein drinks

 

How do I care for my dental implants?

The beauty of dental implants lies in their appearance and simplicity. That’s why caring for your dental implants is as easy as taking care of your natural teeth. This means brushing twice a day, flossing regularly, and being diligent about your oral health. It’s also important to schedule regular dental exams and cleanings with Dr. Sager at Central Texas Dental Care. By following a good oral hygiene routine, you can maintain a stunning set of pearly whites for a lifetime.

Are you ready to schedule with Central Texas Dental Care?

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