Dental Implant Restoration Options By N. Perry Orchard on June 03, 2013

Dental Implants: Bridges, Dentures, CrownsMissing teeth can cause plenty of aesthetic and functional problems when it comes to your smile. Whether you're worried about your appearance, your ability to chew, or other matters related to dental health, rest assured that our team of skill dental care professionals have a great treatment for you. One option for care at our Corpus Christi cosmetic dentistry practice involves the use of dental implants.

About Dental Implants

Dental implants are artificial tooth roots that are surgically placed into the jawbone and gum tissue. When in place, the dental implants are able to hold dental restorations that replace missing teeth. Ideal candidates for dental implants will have healthy gum tissue and sufficient bone density in the areas of the tooth gaps.

Corpus Christi dental implants patients will get the following dental restorations placed:

  • A dental crown
  • A dental bridge
  • A partial denture
  • A full denture

Let's take a look at each of these right now.

Dental Implants and Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are caps that fit right over the abutment of a dental implant. These are ideal for people who are missing an individual tooth. The dental crown is custom created in a dental lab so that it looks natural and functions just as a natural tooth would.

Dental Implants and Dental Bridges

For people missing multiple teeth in a row, dental bridges tend to be a good solution. These are sets of artificial teeth that help fill the gap left behind. As with dental crowns, they are customized in order to blend in seamlessly with a person's smile.

Dental Implants and Partial Dentures

When a person is missing many teeth in a row along the dental arch, a dental bridge (even supported by dental implants) is no longer the right solution. This is where a partial denture comes into play. Special configurations of dental implants may be used to support the partial denture.

Dental Implants and Full Dentures

In those cases where a person is missing all or almost all of the teeth on a dental arch, full dentures are the proper solution. As with partial dentures, a special configuration of dental implants can be used to support the denture and ensure it remains firmly rooted in place.

The Best Option for Your Needs

When you meet with our Corpus Christi cosmetic dentists, a full examination of your dental health and situation will take place. We will be able to determine which dental restoration will be best for you and your needs.

If you are not a good candidate for dental implants, you may be able to undergo additional treatments so that you can get implants placed (i.e., bone grafting surgery or gum augmentation). We will be more than happy to go over these matters with you in greater detail during your visit.

Schedule a Consultation for Dental Care Treatment

As you can see, there are many different ways that we can use dental implants to enhance your overall dental health and sense of wellness. To learn more about all of your options for cosmetic and restorative dentistry, be sure to contact our Corpus Christi dental care center today. We look forward to discussing all of these issues in greater detail when you stop by for a visit.

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Robertson and Orchard, DDS

Robertson and Orchard, DDS

Drs. Charles A. Robertson and Nicholas Perry Orchard provide comprehensive dentistry using the latest state-of-the-art technology. Our dentists are affiliated with the following organizations:

  • American Dental Association
  • Academy of General Dentistry
  • Texas Dental Association

To book your appointment, contact us online or give us a call at (361) 992-3011.

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