Dental Implants – Dallas, TX

A Solid, Lasting Foundation for Your New Teeth

Are you missing one or more teeth? Are you tired of dentures that slip or have become loose? A complete smile is important for self-esteem and for overall health and well-being. Traditional restorative options, meanwhile, are limited in the help they can provide. That’s why our Dallas dental office offers dental implants. This revolutionary restorative service uses tiny, metal posts that are surgically placed in the jaw. These posts act as prosthetic roots, replacing the roots you lost when you lost your teeth.

Why Choose Jina L. Kaiser, DDS for Dental Implants?

  • Works with Expert Dallas-Area Oral Surgeons
  • Small, Experienced Dental Team
  • Fair, Transparent Pricing

What Are Dental Implants?

In most cases, implant posts are made of titanium, which is a biocompatible metal. Over time, your new “roots” will form a bond with your jaw, creating a strong, stable foundation for your replacement teeth. This way, your completed results actually mimic the structure of natural teeth. What’s more, when your completed dental implants are in place, you can look forward to smiling with confidence and enjoying the kind of unrestricted diet you once enjoyed when you had your natural smile.

The 4-Step Dental Implant Process

  1. Initial consultation – First, Dr. Kaiser will carefully evaluate your mouth to make sure you have healthy gum tissue and adequate bone mass in your jaw. If she notices a deficiency, a preliminary procedure, such as a bone graft, may be recommended.
  2. Dental implant surgery – A trained dental implant specialist in the Dallas area will surgically position the implant posts below your gumline and into your jawbone.
  3. Osseointegration / abutment – Osseointegration is the months-long process of your jawbone growing firmly attached to the implants. Once it is complete, small metal attachments are placed atop the implants.
  4. Delivery of dental implant restoration(s) – Finally, Dr. Kaiser can secure your custom-made replacement tooth or teeth on top of your abutments.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Why choose dental implants as your tooth replacement? They offer all kinds of benefits over traditional options. For example, dental implants:

  • Are a potentially permanent solution for tooth loss.
  • Can replace one, several, or even all of your missing teeth at once.
  • Stay in place without messy creams or adhesives.
  • Keep your jawbone strong and healthy.
  • Look and feel natural.
  • Let you chew your favorite foods with ease.

Who Dental Implants Can Help

Whether you’ve lost just a couple of teeth or a whole mouthful, it’s very likely that, as long as you’re a generally healthy adult, dental implants can complete your grin. They’re an incredibly versatile solution, and with them, Dr. Kaiser can rebuild your smile in various ways.

Missing One Tooth

Bringing back a single missing tooth is as simple as placing an implant post in the gap and attaching a personalized dental crown on top of it. Not only does this solution look and feel natural, but it can be done without modifying your healthy teeth, unlike a dental bridge.

Missing Multiple Teeth

To recreate several missing teeth in a row, one dental implant can be placed at each end of the space where they once were. These posts can then support a dental bridge that won’t wear down any of the natural teeth you have left.

Missing All Teeth

Even a full denture can be supported by dental implants. Typically, it only takes four to eight posts to anchor a denture that never slips out of place. You’ll also be able to chow down on practically any food since implant dentures restore the majority of the chewing force you used to have.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

Every dental implant treatment plan must be fully personalized, as there are numerous variables to consider. The number of implant posts you need, where they’ll be placed in your mouth, and the type of restoration you’re getting can all dramatically influence the price of your new teeth. During your consultation, our team will review all of these factors with you in detail. Remember that even if dental implants seem expensive at first, their potential permanence makes them a worthwhile investment!