Replacing A Problem Tooth With An Implant-Held Restoration

As you spend time trying to adjust to your life with tooth loss, or with a seriously damaged or unhealthy tooth, you can quickly learn how these issues intrude on your daily life. If a tooth is missing, or no longer able to contribute to your normal dental functions, you can discover that biting, chewing, and speaking become more difficult. If the tooth is absent, then a lack of stimulation from your root can have a negative effect on your jawbone. Having the problem addressed with an implant-held dental restoration can revive your smile, make dental function easier. At our Katy, TX dental practice, we can help you understand the benefits of addressing tooth loss as promptly as possible.

A Severely Damaged Or Infected Tooth May Need To Be Replaced

Prosthetic dental work can be something you and your dentist discuss when severe tooth decay, or a serious injury, leaves you with a tooth that needs to be extracted. Removing a tooth is only recommended when no other option remains viable. Fortunately, a modern restoration held by a dental implant can restore the way you look, while also preventing problems with dental function from arising.

Receiving An Implant-Held Restoration

A dental implant can be used to hold a single tooth restoration, just as your natural teeth are held in place by roots. In fact, your implant will actually inhabit the same space that the roots of your lost tooth previously occupied. The placement process is a surgical treatment, with the implant being directly entered into your jaw. Over the course of your healing process, your bone will fuse to the implant, giving the arrangement remarkable stability. As you bite and chew, you can rely on the implant-held restoration to absorb bite pressure, which will cause your implant to stimulate your jawbone.

What Can You Expect After You Receive A Restoration?

The goal during any restorative dental procedure is to make sure that you feel the way you did before your oral health problems became a concern. Your restoration can fit in well enough with your smile to blend in naturally with its neighbors, and the stability from your implant will allow you to bite, chew, and speak without any issues.

Talk To Lathrop Dental Center About Restoring Your Smile With An Implant-Held Restoration

An implant-held restoration that you receive from Lathrop Dental Center can help you restore your smile if you have been affected by tooth loss, or if you have a severely unhealthy tooth that needs to be removed. Thanks to this modern approach to prosthetic dental work, you feel comfortable and confident, and enjoy the benefits of a modern restoration for many years! To learn more, you can reach our office in Katy, TX, by calling 832-437-3849.