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Dental Implants – Plano, TX

Replace Missing Teeth Permanently with Dr. Antoon

When you lose a tooth, it’s important to have it replaced as soon as possible. A missing tooth can create a myriad of other dental complications, not to mention the impact it can have on a beautiful smile! Dr. Sam Antoon of Antoon Family Dental offers convenient and compassionate care for Plano patients and can help you fully recover your appearance with dental implant services. Call us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more about dental implants in Plano.

Benefits of Dental Implants 

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Patients choose dental implants over other replacement options for these unique advantages:

  • Longevity: With proper care, dental implants can last a lifetime, which is far longer than any other replacement option.
  • Strength: Dental implants give you maximum biting power, which allows you to bite and chew with ease.
  • Health: Dental implants are the only replacement option that prevents your jawbone from deteriorating to keep it strong and healthy.
  • Comfort: Because dental implants are rooted in your jawbone, they’re more comfortable than any other solution. You may even eventually forget that you have them!
  • Confidence: With dental implants, you’ll be able to confidently talk, laugh, and chew in public without worrying about an unstable denture or prosthesis.

Indications for Dental Implants

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Tooth loss can cause degeneration of the jawbone, which raises the risk of losing even more teeth. But, by choosing this comprehensive replacement option, you are helping to ensure your jawbone stays healthy and whole — thereby reducing the risk of further tooth loss, keeping your smile intact for years to come. We can use dental implants to replace one tooth, multiple teeth, or a whole row of your smile.

Missing Single Tooth

An implant-retained crown takes the place of a single missing tooth. It is fixed to the jaw and cannot be removed for cleaning or while you sleep. We will mount a custom-made dental crown to your dental implant, seamlessly completing your smile.

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Missing Multiple Teeth

The bridge is a set of two or more teeth that replaces consecutively missing teeth. We can use dental implants on either side of your dental bridge to anchor it in place for a beautiful and functional restoration. This option gets its name because it literally “bridges” the gap in your smile.

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Missing All Teeth

If you’re missing all or most of your teeth, we use an implant-retained denture to replace your whole smile with the support of dental implants. Now, you can receive the best of both worlds with a healthy, functional, and beautiful set of teeth.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

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One of the biggest concerns that patients have before getting started with their dental implant tooth replacement plan is the price. The cost of your dental implants may come with an initially higher price tag, but the long-term results make it well worth the investment. During your treatment planning process, we’ll explain the costs associated with every step of your procedure, including the placement of dental implant posts, completion of preparatory treatments, and the attachment of custom replacement teeth.

Dental Implant FAQs

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Making the decision to restore your smile and replace missing teeth can be overwhelming. Especially if you have a list of questions that you’d like answered before you commit to scheduling a consultation. At Antoon Family Dental, we want you to feel confident getting dental implants in Plano, which is why we’ve compiled some questions that we frequently get from our patients below.

How long do dental implants last?

Your dentist in Plano, Dr. Antoon utilizes the most advanced technology in the dental field for added precision of placement and success. Dental implants boast a 95 percent success rate, and with the proper care and treatment, they can last over 25 years.

When you keep up with your hygiene routine, you can keep your oral health in great shape, increasing your implant lifespan. Additionally, when you visit Antoon Family Dental for your semi-annual checkups and cleanings, we’ll be able to check the condition of your restorations and be proactive if you need any treatments.

Does it hurt getting dental implants?

At Antoon Family Dental, we offer several sedation techniques and use the latest technology to help make your procedure as pain-free as possible. After your implants have been surgically placed, you will experience some discomfort as your gums heal. Luckily, it’s nothing that can’t be managed with over-the-counter pain medications. In fact, most patients report that they’re able to return to work the very next day!

Do my dental implants require special care?

One of the best benefits of dental implants is that they’re the closest solution to your natural teeth, meaning that they’ll be just as easy to take care of. Be sure to brush, floss, rinse with an antibacterial mouthwash, and visit Dr. Antoon for your professional cleaning and checkup every six months. Other than that, you can enjoy your new implants, hassle-free.

How will I know if I need bone grafting?

When you visit Dr. Antoon for your initial consultation, he’ll examine your mouth and capture images of your face. With these, he’ll be able to determine whether or not you’ll need preparatory procedures such as bone grafting. This is usually needed because when a tooth is missing for a long period of time, it can result in jawbone deterioration.

How long will it be before the process is completed?

Every patient’s mouth is different, which means that every treatment timeline varies drastically as well. Depending on factors like whether or not you need bone grafting, where your implant is located, what kind of restoration you need, and how many implants you need to be placed, the process can last several months. There’s no need to worry though, dental implants come so highly recommended because they offer a variety of benefits that traditional restorative options can’t. In fact, most patients will agree that the investment of time is well worth the improved quality of life they have afterward!