Single Tooth Dental Implants – Richardson, TX
Filling the Gap with a Single Implant Post
Dr. Siddharth Talsania and Dr. Mansi Talsania are happy to provide single-tooth dental implants in Richardson, Texas. This dental restoration is perfect for patients who have one or more missing teeth and helps restore the function and aesthetic beauty of your smile. Schedule a visit at Richland Dental with our dentists by calling 972-231-0799 to learn more.
In many implant cases, only a single tooth will need to be replaced. Our dentists can provide single-tooth dental implants to replace your missing tooth and restore your healthy smile. Single-tooth implants are long-lasting and highly stable, and they work to not only restore your smile but also improve your oral function and promote better long-term health.
Single-tooth dental implants have several advantages over other tooth replacement options. An implant can replace a tooth without disturbing the health and structure of any neighboring teeth, unlike a dental bridge. An implant will also replace the tooth root and integrate with the jawbone, stimulating it to keep the supporting bone healthy so that your teeth and implant can enjoy a stable foundation. Additionally, implants are easier to keep clean with regular brushing and flossing and provide a more aesthetically pleasing final result.
Dental implants are considered the best option for replacing missing teeth because they are designed to look, feel, and function exactly like your original teeth. When properly cared for with good oral hygiene and regular dental visits, they can last for a lifetime. Best of all, almost everyone is a candidate for implant dentistry. As long as your mouth is healthy, you should be able to receive an implant without difficulty. However, if you have preexisting dental problems such as tooth decay or gum disease, you will need to receive treatment for those issues prior to receiving an implant.
We invite you to call our office today to schedule an appointment with our dentists and learn more about how a single-tooth dental implant can benefit you.