Prime Dental Grand Prairie

2580 W Camp Wisdom Rd #300
Grand Prairie, TX 75052
United States

Tue.-Thur.: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Saturday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, Mon.,Fri. and Sun.: Closed

Dental implants are a type of restoration that replaces lost teeth in the mouth. Implants are often made of titanium surgical classes, making it a durable and dense parts of your smile. The implant itself replaces the root system and the crown of the teeth that have fallen or extracted. Implants are considered permanent, because they are binding with jaws around you for several months.

When you lose teeth, it might be difficult to feel confident in the way you see. It might even be difficult to eat and chewed because your natural teeth are no longer useful. The implant is ideal for replacing the lost dental field without having to compromise with the surrounding teeth. Implants work independently themselves and can last for decades without showing signs of wear.

To be considered a good candidate for dental implants, we will check your teeth and take X-rays. Implants work best when there are quite solid, healthy bones in the area where restoration is placed. If you lose bones, we can recommend that bone grafting is done to build an area where it is lacking. Most of our patients want or need implants can safely come for procedures that must be done.

The procedure starts with local or general anesthesia used to turn off the soil and relax you during the operation. Surgery consists of making a small incision through the gums and then making a hole like Cannel to Jawbone. Titanium implants are placed and given time to recover. For about six months, the implant will bind naturally with the surrounding jaw. After this happens, we can make crowns, bridges or dentures which are then placed above the restoration that has just recovered to increase your smile. While the implant itself must last for decades, restoration placed above implants needs to be replaced more often.

If you think you might benefit from dental implants, contact us today to talk to one of the team members who are useful and very skilled.