A dental prosthetic can improve your smile, helping you to look younger, and feel more confident. Can you find a prosthetic that restores your appearance, while also improving on your ability to bite and chew food? This is an important consideration. If you have experienced difficulties with your dental function after tooth loss, it can lead to problems with your jaw joints that can turn into TMJ dysfunction. You can also put excess strain on remaining teeth. Dental implants can provide the kind of stability you need to feel confident your prosthetic will hold up during basic dental functions.
Receiving Your Dental Implant (Or Dental Implants)
Before beginning the process of placing your dental implant (or, for those who need a larger restoration, dental implants), you will undergo an initial evaluation. This will help to plan your treatment, but it is also needed because your dentist needs to make sure there will be no complications interfering with your placement. Once this is confirmed, your dentist will be able to plan the ideal location, and move forward with placement. Your restoration will be supplied after this is completed.
Enjoy The Kind Of Prosthetic Support That Can Provide Lasting Benefits
The best prosthetic support will provide you with superior care that improves how you look, and how you handle essential jaw functions, like biting and chewing. Because implants can hold larger restorations, like dentures, they can help you regain the ability to eat foods that might have been difficult to enjoy previously. This makes it easier for patients to enjoy a healthier diet, which will benefit your overall well-being.
Talk To Pacific Hills Dental About Receiving A Dental Implant
At Pacific Hills Dental, our office wants to make sure every patient we see has their best possible smile. If tooth loss has affected you, we can discuss replacing what you have lost with implant-supported dental prosthetics. This will help to improve your appearance, and it can even add more functional value to a restoration. To make an appointment for yourself, or to make one for a family member, call our Omaha, NE, dental office today at (402)330-2243. We are proud to treat patients in Omaha, NE, and all surrounding areas, including Papillion, Elkhorn, La Vista, and Millard.