Discover your preference for dental implants by answering the following questions:

Are you satisfied with the condition of your teeth?

It is not unusual for us to lose one or more of our teeth during our adult lives. Tooth loss can be caused by a variety of reasons including cavities, gum disease, or trauma.

Are you missing one or more teeth?

If you are missing one or more teeth, dental implants are a great option for replacing those teeth. They are the most attractive, natural, and comfortable replacement for missing teeth. Implants have a natural look, feel, and function.

Do you feel that tooth loss has affected your:

Because our lifestyles, social activities, and appearance are so much a part of our individual uniqueness, tooth loss can be a deeply personal issue. However, with the latest advancements in dentistry, no one should feel self-conscious about their smile, comfort, or ability to eat certain foods.

  • Appearance
  • Personal Life
  • Professional Life
  • Enjoyment of Food
  • Food Choices
  • Self Confidence
  • Oral Health
  • Physical Comfort

Are you embarrassed by the appearance of your teeth when you smile?

How you feel about yourself affects your relationships, your confidence, and your overall well-being. Making the decision for dental implants can give the self-esteem you are searching for.

Do you have teeth that appear to be loosening?

Implants are the most natural tooth replacement. No longer is there a need to grind down neighboring teeth to support bridges or partials. Implants do not require any support from other adjacent teeth.

Are you satisfied with your ability to eat?

Implants allow you to once again, bite into a crunchy apple. No more food restrictions exist for you! Plus you can chew your foods easier and avoid uncomfortable digestive problems.

Do you have retained primary (baby) teeth?

If you are missing your adult permanent teeth, your dentist, orthodontist and oral surgeon can begin planning for a replacement of those baby teeth at an earlier stage.

Do you have discomfort or inconvenience due to removable partials or dentures?

Bone reduction occurs once teeth are lost, causing problems associated with the lack of support of underlying bone. This can lead to denture discomfort, mobility, and lack of retention. Dentures supported by implants can reduce the amount of bone loss that naturally occurs when teeth are missing.

Do you suffer from pain related to your teeth?

If a tooth is a problem for you, implants can be used to replace one tooth, or even several teeth. The result is the look and feel of natural teeth! Implants allow you to regain so much of your former, active lifestyle. Once again, you can bite into a crunchy apple. No more food restrictions for you!

If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, ask us about dental implants. Northern Texas Facial and Oral Surgery offers dental implant consultations to help determine if implants are right for you.