If you have missing teeth, dental implants offer a natural-looking and feeling solution. At Bluebonnet Dental Advanced Cosmetic and Family Dentistry in Houston, Texas, Fatan Kasbidi, DDS, is available for the restoration phase of dental implants. This process follows implant placement and ensures a functional and aesthetically-pleasing smile. Call today or use the online tool to schedule an appointment if you’ve had a dental implant and require a crown.
Dental implants are an effective solution for missing teeth. They consist of a metal post implanted into the jawbone to replicate the missing tooth root.
The restoration phase of dental implants involves attaching the prosthetic components, such as crowns, bridges, or dentures, to the implants that were previously placed in your jawbone. This phase completes the implant process, providing you with fully functional replacement teeth that closely resemble your natural teeth.
There are various restoration options for dental implants, depending on your specific needs. A single dental crown replaces individual missing teeth, implant-supported bridges span larger gaps, and implant-retained dentures offer stable and secure full-arch tooth replacement.
The duration of the restoration process varies based on factors like the type of restoration, the number of implants, and your individual healing response. While some cases might be completed in a few appointments, others might require more time to ensure the optimal fit, function, and aesthetics of the final restoration.
Dr. Kasbidi provides a restoration on your dental implant that feels and looks natural.
The restoration phase of dental implants is typically less invasive than the implant placement. Most people only experience minimal discomfort, especially when local anesthesia is used during the procedure.
Dr. Kasbidi prioritizes your comfort. She can discuss medication options if you have any anxiety or concerns.
Implant-supported restorations are durable and long-lasting. With proper care and maintenance, they provide decades of reliable function.
Regular dental check-ups, optimal oral hygiene practices, and avoiding habits like teeth grinding contribute to their longevity.
You care for dental implant restorations just like your natural teeth. It’s important to maintain optimal oral hygiene practices, including brushing, flossing, and attending dental check-ups. Dr. Kasbidi will provide care instructions specific to your restoration type.
If you’ve had a dental implant and are ready to receive your restoration, reach out to Bluebonnet Dental Advanced Cosmetic and Family Dentistry. Call today or use this website to book your consultation.