Dental implants are an effective way to replace missing or damaged teeth. Dental implants
replace the entire tooth and get surgically implanted into the jawbone. The implant crown is the only part of the implant that is visible in the mouth. The implant is made of titanium which is lightweight metal that is biocompatible. By fusing with the bone, the titanium helps stabilize the bone and prevents bone loss, which is common in parts of the jaw bone where a tooth is missing. We take great pride in serving the Andrews
, and Midland, TX
area with quality dental implants at prices you can afford.
What are the benefits of dental implants over traditional tooth loss solutions?
Our dental implants are superior to traditional tooth replacement methods and products because they look and feel like real teeth. They are so convincing that only your dentist will be able to tell the difference.
Unlike dentures, you won't have to worry about removing your dental implants or dealing with messy adhesives. You can rest easy, knowing that your dental implants are safe and secure, at all times.
Oral Health Benefits
Tooth supported bridges can require reductions to healthy teeth. With our modern dental implants, all of your remaining teeth will be kept intact. Dental implants also make it easier to gain access to areas inbetween teeth, which can increase oral hygiene.
Are you afraid to smile because of missing or damaged teeth? With our dental implants, no one will ever know that you have artificial teeth. Rest easy knowing you have a perfect smile with our dental implants.
Eating is Easier
If you have dentures, you know that it can be difficult to eat if they are loose or slide around in your mouth. Our dental implants function like your natural teeth, which means that you can eat all of the foods you have to avoid with dentures.
Dentures can cause you to mumble or slur your speech. Because dental implants feel and function like real teeth, you don't have to worry about inhibited speech. Your dental implants will never slip or cause any of the discomfort associated with traditional dentures.