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Dental Implants – Midland, TX

Restoring Smiles
with Implants

If you are dealing with tooth loss, then you know how difficult the challenges can be. Eating foods you enjoy, smiling with confidence, and speaking clearly can all be hurdles that are hard to surmount. What if there was a tooth replacement that looked and performed just like one of your natural teeth? There is! With dental implants in Midland, Dr. Drisdale can replace missing teeth with a prosthetic that mimics the entire structure of a tooth, including the roots.

Why Choose Dr. Drisdale DMD for Dental Implants?

  • Replace the Entire Structure of Your Teeth
  • Lifespan of 30+ Years with Regular Maintenance
  • Experienced &
    Honest Dentist

Benefits of Dental Implants in Midland

As the only comprehensive tooth replacement option, dental implants in Midland offer a number of benefits for eligible candidates. Some of the most considerable advantages of choosing this option over a traditional denture or fixed bridge include:

  • Oral and overall health are promoted with a stable and long-lasting replacement.
  • Dental implants preserve both bone and gum tissue.
  • Nothing looks or feels more natural than sturdy dental implants.
  • Prior dental misalignments can be fixed with dental implants.
  • Because they are just as sturdy as the natural teeth, dental implants promote a balanced and nutritious diet.
  • Dental implant replacements do not require the alteration of the surrounding natural teeth like with a fixed bridge.
  • It is easy to speak clearly with dental implants.
  • Dental implants can be expected to last for the wearer’s lifetime with proper care.

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Indications for Dental Implants

Dental implants are appropriate for most people with missing teeth. If you are in general good health and you commit to maintaining excellent daily oral hygiene care, then dental implants could be right for you whether you are missing one or more teeth.

Missing Single Tooth

If you are missing a single tooth, then you will likely only need a single post to support an implant-retained crown. The implant will be positioned in your jawbone beneath the open socket and in such a way that the most bone density is used to anchor the post.

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Missing Multiple Teeth

For several missing teeth, two dental implants can support an implant-retained crown and bridge. The prosthetic is made of two dental crowns that attach to the implants and replacement teeth that fill the gap in your smile.

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Missing All Teeth

Patients who are in need of significant tooth replacement may benefit from selecting All-on-4-implant-retained dentures as opposed to traditional dentures. This state-of-the-art procedure relies on a minimum of four precisely placed implants to create sturdy and confident results for patients. All-on-4 can be used in the upper or lower jaw, and the treatment is typically reserved for patients who have lost all of their teeth.

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Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

There is no fixed price for dental implant procedures, and the cost may vary widely from one treatment to the next. Dr. Drisdale can give you a good idea of what you should expect to pay for yours during a consultation. During this appointment, he will consider several factors to determine the approximate cost of your overall procedure, including how many teeth are being placed, where they are located, and more. Once we have a price, we can start thinking of ways to make dental implants fit comfortably within your budget. No matter the price of dental implants, they are well worth the investment!

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Dental Implant FAQs

Is Having Implants Painful?

No, not at all. Dr. Drisdale will administer a local anesthetic to the site, so you may feel some pressure when the implant is set in your jawbone. Most patients report that receiving a dental implant is no more difficult or uncomfortable than having a cavity filled.

How Long Does It Take to Heal?

The healing process depends on how many dental implants you’ve had. For one implant, healing usually takes between three to six months. If you have more than one, then healing takes a few months longer. While you’re recovering, the implant integrates with your jawbone through a process called osseointegration. Once this has happened, the implant is firmly anchored in place to provide a strong foundation for your dental restoration.

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