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Dental Implants

Georgetown Dental Implants


Do you live in Georgetown, Texas area and need Dental Implants?

Having missing teeth can be embarrassing and uncomfortable to deal with. There are several procedures to fix this issue, dental implants being one of the better options. Dental implants are a comfortable option, compared to dentures, that replaces missing teeth. Dental implants are titanium roots that are surgically inserted into the place of missing teeth. After this procedure, the titanium roots bond with the jawbone and create a strong base for artificial teeth to be inserted. Dental implants have the appearance of real teeth and can be kept for an entire lifetime without replacement, if maintained well.

Why Should You Choose Dental Implants Over Dentures?

Both dental implants and dentures are suitable options for replacing missing teeth, but which is the better option for you? Dentures can be removed, which can cause problems and discomfort with eating, speaking and drinking for the one wearing them. Since they are only secured with a paste, they can slip around and embarrass the wearer. They also need to be removed and thoroughly cleaned every night, which can annoy some. Since dental implants are surgically implanted into the jaw, they are less of a burden. Dental implants can be treated as real teeth and brushed like normal teeth, which is a lot less of a process than cleaning dentures. Dental implants are also more natural looking than dentures, which can help bring back any lost confidence.  The dental implantation procedure has a short recovery time due to the implants being inserted gently into the jaw. The procedure can be pricy, but is more cost effective in the long run because dentures need replacement and dental implants usually do not.

How Austin Oral Surgery Can Help

The surgeons and staff at the Austin Oral Surgery offices have been extensively trained in the dental implants procedure and are extremely capable of replacing single or multiple teeth. The procedure is completed by a team consisting of a restorative dentist and an oral surgeon. Austin Oral Surgery has both of these dental health care professionals on staff.

Contact Austin Oral Surgery Today To Schedule An Appointment

If you have any questions or concerns about dental implantation surgery or the recovery process, contact the Austin Oral Surgery staff at 512-402-6677.