Dental implant improve oral hygiene.
Dental implants are the most advanced way to replace missing teeth. Patients clean their dental implants just like their natural teeth. Patients can floss between their dental implants and natural teeth. Whereas, a dental bridge needs a special tool (floss threader) to get under the bridge. Furthermore, bridges damage teeth while dental implants don’t damage adjacent teeth.
Brushing and soaking partial dentures and dentures is no fun. Dental implants are fixed in the mouth and never need to come out to be cleaned.
A dental implant can improve your smile.
Teeth replacements should look exactly like natural teeth. Dental implants are the most cosmetic option to replace missing teeth because they are designed to act just like a natural tooth. Even with only one tooth missing, long term cosmetic results are far superior with a dental implant as opposed to old fashioned tooth supported bridge. The dental implant will preserve and stimulate bone. The tooth supported bridge may be cosmetic initially. However, overtime the bone that once supported the missing tooth will atrophy and dissolve creating a gum tissue defect under the bridge.
Bone and gum tissue defect on an old fashioned bridge
Dental implants restore self-esteem and self-confidence.
With dental implants patients no longer have to be embarrassed about missing teeth. No more holding your lip down to minimize visibility of your missing tooth. No more turning away from people when you laugh. No more restricting your smile at the funniest moments. Regain you self-esteem and self-confidence with dental implants.
Experience Advanced Dental Care with Dental Implants:
Dr. Nugent has become a regional leader in dental implant care. Patients from all around travel to his Pasadena Texas Dental Office for advanced implant dentistry. Dr. Nugent completed dental implants on his parents, in-laws, employees and friends because dental implants are the best was to replace missing teeth. Implants are also the longest lasting tooth replacement.
If you are looking for ways to replace missing teeth, then you must visit Dr. Nugent and let him show you how he is changing patients’ lives all over Texas with dental implants. Dr. Nugent’s dental office is located in Pasadena, Texas where he concentrates on Cosmetic, General, Implant, and Sedation Dentistry.
For dental implants, patients from Pasadena and surrounding areas know they can trust the experience and expertise of Dr. Nugent.
Teeth can be lost due to dental disease, gum disease, injuries, and failed root canals. Dental implants are the superior choice in replacing missing teeth because they are permanent. You do not take them out after meals or at night. Dental implants look and feel just like your natural teeth. Dr. Nugent and his entire staff have advanced training in dental implants so patients are taken care of at each appointment.
Dental implants are cylindrical titanium inserts that are place into your jawbone. The bone fuses around the implant and locks the implant into place. The abutment is placed on top of the implant and then a porcelain crown is placed over the abutment. Dental implants mimic the structure of natural teeth and the beautiful porcelain crown will look and feel like your natural teeth.
The many advantages of dental implants include:
- Preservation of bone level
- Most advanced method of replacing teeth
- Permanent solution
- Smile and laugh without reservations
- Cutting healthy teeth is not necessary
- Increased oral hygiene and gum health
- Outstanding cosmetic results
- Ability to eat foods you love
- Secure and stable dentures
- No more messy dental adhesives
The long term success rate of dental implants is approximately 97%. Critical to the long term success of dental implants is the skill and experience of the doctors involved with the dental implant. Dr. Nugent has dental implant patients from across Texas travel to his Pasadena, Texas dental office because they value his clinical knowledge and technical proficiency.
Dental implants can be used to replace one or several teeth. Furthermore, dental implants can be utilized to stabilize dentures.