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Dental Implants – Tyler, TX

The Last Tooth Replacement
You’ll Ever Need

Dentistry is constantly evolving. For patients hoping to replace their missing teeth, traditional bridges and dentures still offer viable solutions, but Dr. Perez usually recommends dental implants in Tyler, TX to anyone looking to rebuild their smile. Compared to every other treatment, they look the best, feel the most natural, and last the longest by far. At Times Square Family Dental, Dr. Perez can use implants to replace any number of teeth for a lifetime, and you can learn more and get started by contacting us today.

Older man smiling after dental implant tooth replacement

Why Choose Times Square Family Dental
for Dental Implants?

What are Dental Implants?

Animated dental implant tooth replacement process

A dental implant is essentially an artificial tooth root that is placed into the jawbone where a tooth used to reside. Made of titanium, dental implants actually bond to the surrounding bone to create a firm foundation that is used to support the new teeth that show within the smile. Today, they are the only restorative option available that replaces both the root and crown of a tooth, making them practically indistinguishable from natural teeth.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Dentist showing patient dental implant model

The best part about dental implants is that they feel just like real teeth, as in when you take a bite of food, it doesn’t feel like there is a prosthetic in your mouth, but like your teeth never went missing in the first place. Plus, they do something no other treatment can—support your jawbone from the inside. The jawbone naturally starts to shrink after tooth loss, but once implants are in place, they can stop and even reverse this process.

Are Dental Implants Right For You?

Two animated dental implants

Dental implants can be used to help patients dealing with any degree of tooth loss. After sitting down with Dr. Perez, he can help you determine which of the following restorations would be right for you.

Animated implant supported dental crown placement

Missing Single Tooth

A dental implant root is placed between two healthy teeth and topped with a porcelain crown. This crown will be self-supporting, meaning it won’t put pressure on the nearby teeth like a bridge, and it will be color-matched to blend with the rest of the teeth.

Animated implant supported fixed bridge placement

Missing Multiple Teeth

Rather than using individual implants to restore multiple teeth, a small number of roots can be used to attach a bridge or partial denture directly to the jawbone. These prosthetics are much stronger and longer-lasting than their removable counterparts.

Animated implant supported denture

Missing All Teeth

A full denture can be firmly secured within the mouth using just 4-6 implants placed along the jawbone. Implant dentures don’t shift out of place during eating and speaking, and they allow a patient to recover almost all of their natural bite force.

How Dental Implants Work

Animated dental implant placement process

Getting dental implants requires a multi-disciplinary approach that involves an oral surgeon or periodontist as well as Dr. Perez. The specialist surgically places the implant(s), and then Dr. Perez provides the restorations that go on top. Thankfully, Dr. Perez has a network of trusted specialists he has worked with for years, so his implant patients enjoy a seamless experience from their first consultation all the way until they walk out of our dental office with their brand new smile.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

Several types of dental implants

The cost of dental implants can vary quite a bit based on a patient’s unique situation, but generally, they are considered a very wise investment. Despite being more expensive upfront than traditional bridges and dentures, their longevity helps patients save thousands in the long run because they don’t have to be periodically redone. Their average lifespan is 30+ years, meaning they are guaranteed to last for decades long after they have been paid for.

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