Dental Implants – Trophy Club, TX

Replacement Teeth That Can Last for Life

It’s hard to feel confident about your smile when you’re missing one or more teeth. However, that’s far from the only issue that can come from tooth loss. Over time, it can lead to nutritional deficiencies, jawbone loss, and many other oral health concerns. The only tooth replacement that can effectively prevent these issues is dental implants, which feel, look, and function just like natural teeth. At Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club, Dr. Sadkin works alongside Dr. David Crumpton to conveniently perform every phase of dental implant treatment in one location. If you’re ready to enjoy the next best thing to having your real teeth back, call us today and ask about dental implants from our Trophy Club, TX dentist!

Dentist pointing to dental implant model

Why Choose Complete Dentistry in Trophy Club for Dental Implants?

  • Implants Placed & Restored Under One Roof
  • CT/Cone Beam Scanner for Precise, Expert Treatment Planning
  • In-House Dental Savings Plan for Patients Without Insurance

What Are Dental Implants? 

Dentist and dental patient examining dental implant model

Unlike dentures and dental bridges, which rest on the gums or remaining teeth, dental implants are anchored in the jawbone just like the roots of natural teeth. The implant is actually a small titanium post that is surgically placed in the jaw. The jawbone then grows around it, forming a bond that allows it to support a crown (or bridge or denture) for many years or even decades to come. In the end, you’ll have a replacement tooth that is practically indistinguishable from the genuine article.

The 4-Step Dental Implant Process

Model of dental implant supported dentures
  1. Consultation – First, we’ll go over your oral health to ascertain whether dental implants are right for you.
  2. Surgery – After numbing you, Dr. Crumpton makes incisions in your gums and expertly positions the implant posts at strategic locations in your jawbone.
  3. Healing – Over the next several months, the implant merges with your jawbone in a process called osseointegration.
  4. Restoration – Once your implants have sufficiently fused to your jaw, we can place your custom-made dental crown, bridge, or denture onto them.

Benefits of Dental Implants

Dentist holding up a model of a dental implant supported dental crown

Millions of Americans have rebuilt their smiles with dental implants, and the popularity of this treatment is only growing as people become more aware of its unique benefits, such as:

  • Chewing strength that rivals that of your natural teeth.
  • Prosthetics that stay in place without relying on adhesives or support from your remaining teeth.
  • Prevent your jawbone from shrinking as it normally does after tooth loss.
  • Being able to last for several decades.
  • Easy day-to-day maintenance.

Who Dental Implants Can Help 

Patient examining smile after dental implant tooth replacement

Are you missing one or more teeth? Are you a generally healthy adult? If so, there’s a high probability that you’re eligible for dental implants. This solution is versatile enough to complete your smile no matter how many teeth you’ve lost.

Missing One Tooth

Animated smile with a single missing tooth

To fill a single-tooth gap, we can place one implant post in the empty space and top it with a custom-made, lifelike crown that perfectly mimics the surrounding teeth. With this option, we don’t need to file down any of your natural teeth like we would to place a traditional dental bridge.

Missing Multiple Teeth

Animated smile with dental implant supported fixed bridge

Instead of placing one implant for every individual tooth, we can restore three or more consecutive missing teeth by positioning an implant at each end of the gap. This holds a dental bridge in place without needing to modify your existing tooth structure.

Missing All Teeth

Animated smile during dental implant supported denture placement

An entire arch of lost teeth can be brought back with as little as four implants positioned at specific angles along the jaw. These implants can support a full denture that reliably stays in place at all times, eliminating the need for adhesives while restoring your chewing power.

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Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants 

Dentist and patient examining a dental implant smile model

Before we can provide a cost estimate for your dental implant treatment, we’ll need to consider multiple factors, including the number of implants you need, the type of restoration you’re getting, and whether you need any preparatory work first. Once we’ve determined the price of your new pearly whites, we can help you navigate your financing options, such as using your dental insurance or our in-house dental savings plan.