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Dental Implant Solutions in Houston and Surrounding Areas

Whether you are considering dental implant surgery to enhance the appearance of your smile, replace ill-fitting dentures, or improve your bite, contact Royal Dental today. We proudly offer dental implants to the Houston and surrounding areas. Dental implants offer the closest alternative to real teeth. An implant is a titanium “root” which can be placed into the jawbone. Once the root of the implant has healed, it can be used to support a crown, a bridge, or secure complete dentures. Dental implants may be used to replace other tooth replacement techniques. Dental implants have been successfully used for over thirty years and have a high success rate. They function and feel like your natural teeth. Dental implants are now the standard of care for replacing missing teeth.

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Benefits of Dental Implants

There are many benefits of getting dental implants from our experts at Royal Dental. Some of them include:

  • Since dental implants are fused with your jawbone, it offers the same look and functions of your own teeth and will guarantee a more natural appearance.
  • Since implants are permanent, they function much like your natural tooth root and offer a strong foundation for the dental bridge or replacement tooth that will later be attached to it.
  • Dental implants contribute positively to the improvement of speech and will not cause slurring and impede your speech like other ill-fitting dental appliances.

How Do I Learn More About Dental Implants?

Many things can happen if you do not replace a missing tooth. Teeth adjacent and above or below the missing tooth will then begin to shift and move to close that space. This can eventually cause misaligned, crooked, collapsed, and super erupted teeth that could lead to more tooth loss and costly procedures to correct the damage from the teeth shifting. Dental implants can last as well as you care for them. We have patients that have had implants for 10 to 15 years! To learn more about dental implants and find out if you’re a good candidate for them, call our office today.

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