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Dental Implants – Colleyville, TX

Lifetime Tooth Replacement

Dealing with tooth loss every day is a burden, both physically and mentally, but our practice offers a way to put it behind you…permanently. Dental implants are the most complete tooth replacement option available today, helping patients recover their smiles and confidence using custom-designed, state-of-the-art prosthetics. If you live in the Colleyville area, you can get this amazing treatment right here at Cassie Allison, DDS, and we promise you’ll enjoy the benefits for decades to come. To learn more and schedule a consultation, contact us today.

Man and woman smiling after dental implant tooth replacement

Why Choose Cassie Allison, DDS
for Dental Implants?

What is a Dental Implant?

Model smile with dental implant supported dental crown

A dental implant isn’t a prosthetic tooth, but rather an artificial tooth root made of titanium that is placed directly into the jawbone. There, it bonds with the surrounding bone just like an actual root, and then it’s topped with a restoration, such as a crown, bridge, or denture. This two-part construction allows implants to provide benefits you just can’t get with other treatments.

Benefits of Dental Implants

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Are Dental Implants Right for You?

Man with missing tooth compared to dental implant shade

Our team can use implants to help patients dealing with any degree of tooth loss. After giving you an exam to confirm that your jawbone is healthy and thick enough to support new roots, we’ll go over your various replacement options and help you select the one that best fits your situation.

Animated dental implant supported dental crown placement

Missing Single Tooth

A dental implant can be placed between two healthy teeth and topped with a crown without disturbing the nearby dental structure at all. Better yet, we’ll make sure this crown matches the rest of your smile perfectly. 

Animated dental implant supported fixed bridge placement

Missing Multiple Teeth

You don’t have to get a separate implant for each missing tooth. Instead, a small number can be used to bring back several teeth at once by attaching a bridge or partial denture directly to the jawbone.

Model implant supported denture

Missing All Teeth

Need a new denture? Tired of your current one never staying in place? Just four to six implants are all that’s needed to anchor a full denture and give you a set of teeth you never have to worry about again. In addition to a better fit, implant dentures are also smaller than removable ones, meaning it will be easier to speak and taste the foods you love. 

How Dental Implants Work

Dentist showing patient a dental implant model

Once we have approved you for the implant procedure, we will refer you to one of our trusted local specialists to complete the implant placement surgery. After a few months of healing, you’ll return to our office to have your new teeth attached to your titanium roots. This team-based approach ensures that our patients receive the highest level of care throughout the implant process, and we’ll do everything we can to make your journey to your new smile as smooth as possible.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

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Several factors can affect the final cost of dental implants—how many implants are needed, what type of restoration they’re supporting, and if a patient needs any procedures beforehand to be prepared for surgery (like extractions or gum disease therapy). Rather than giving you an estimate here that has nothing to do with your situation, you can have all your implant questions answered in person at a consultation. Because implants have been shown to last so long, they are considered one of the best investments in dentistry, and patients often come out ahead compared to regular bridges and dentures.

Dental Implant FAQs

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If you’re looking for a permanent solution for your missing teeth, look no further than dental implants in Colleyville! Unlike traditional restorations like dentures or dental bridges, dental implants have the potential to offer lifetime tooth replacement. For your convenience, we’ve gathered some common questions about this popular way to replace missing teeth below so you can learn more. If you don’t see the answers you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to give us a call and we’ll be more than happy to help!

Am I A Good Candidate for Dental Implants?

No matter how many teeth you’re missing, dental implants can help! To be considered a “good candidate,” we’ll first help you achieve three things:

How Long Does It Take to Get Dental Implants?

Once your dental implant post is inserted into your jawbone, it will begin a process called osseointegration. This is where the titanium post fuses with the surrounding bone tissue in the jaw, essentially becoming a part of you. Osseointegration is a gradual process and its length will depend on factors like your health, how many implants you’re getting, and how well you care for your oral health. In most cases, you’ll be ready for the next step after four to six months of healing. While this is quite some time, the end result is an incredibly functional and comfortable restoration that has the potential to last a lifetime!

What Can I Expect After Dental Implant Surgery?

Your Colleyville dentist will give you specific post-op instructions after your dental implant surgery, and likely a prescription for pain medication as well. It’s normal to experience some slight swelling, bleeding, and discomfort for several days after your procedure. As your mouth heals, you can apply ice packs for 10 minutes at a time and/or take over-the-counter pain medication as directed to help manage your symptoms. While most of these symptoms will take about a week or so to fade, most patients have no difficulty resuming their normal activities the day after their surgery.

How Are Dental Implants Cared for?

Not only do dental implants look, act, and feel like natural teeth—they can be cared for just as easily as well! It’s essential that you continue to practice great oral hygiene to keep the gums and supportive tissues around your dental implant healthy. Thankfully, your newly rebuilt smile can be kept strong and sparkling with regular brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash. With the right care, your dental implant can easily last you a lifetime.

You deserve to have a comfortable, confident, and complete smile. To see if dental implants are the right option for you, don’t hesitate to give us a call and schedule your consultation today!

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