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Dental Implants – Garland, TX

Superior Tooth Replacement Technology

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Missing teeth are a very common problem in the US, but thankfully, dentistry has finally come up with a solution that can perfectly replicate a real tooth both aesthetically and functionally: dental implants. With this treatment, Dr. Lankupalli and Dr. Nauman Quamar (our in-house periodontist) can help patients restore their natural appearanceand enjoy normal chewing and speaking function without dealing with an uncomfortable prosthetic. Basically, they can make it seem like your teeth were never gone in the first place!

Why Choose Us For Dental Implants?

  • Entire procedure completed under one roof
  • Able to help with any degree of tooth loss
  • Flexible financing available

Benefits of Dental Implants

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Dental implants distinguish themselves from all other tooth replacements because they bring back an entire tooth both above and below the gum line. A titanium prosthetic root is placed into the jawbone, and this is used to support a restoration that shows within the smile.

Because implants are held in place just like real teeth, they are extremely secure and stable, enabling patients to eat whatever they want without having to worry about their prosthetic shifting around.

Plus, implants are the only treatment that can prevent jawbone deterioration due to tooth loss. The new roots actually stimulate the jawbone and encourage the growth of fresh, healthy tissue, which helps a patient maintain the overall shape of their face as the years go by.

Speaking of which, patients can look forward to their implants truly standing the test of time, as most are able to last for 30 years or more. In many cases, patients are able to rely on the same implants for the rest of their lives.

Indications for Dental Implants

No matter how many teeth you might be missing, Dr. Lankupalli can design an implant treatment suited to your particular needs:

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Missing One Tooth

Unlike with a bridge that requires healthy teeth to be filed down in order to support a replacement tooth, a single implant root can be positioned in-between two healthy teeth without affecting them at all, making it a seamless addition to the smile.

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Model smile with fixed bridge restoration

Missing Multiple Teeth

Rather than replacing consecutive missing teeth with individual implants, just two implant roots can be used to hold up to four prosthetic teeth in a row. This is not only extremely cost-effective, but implant bridges also have a much stronger fit compared to regular ones.

Model of implant supported dental crown

Missing All Teeth

If you’re sick and tired of your denture constantly moving around in your mouth, implants can put a stop to that for a lifetime to come. A full denture can be anchored directly to the jawbone using just four to six implants. Not only will it stay put, but you will also enjoy a fully restored bite, helping you eat a wider variety of foods compared to a traditional removable denture.

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Start-to-Finish Convenience

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At most other dental offices, a dentist will refer you to an outside specialist to have your implant roots placed, which adds a lot of time, expense, and stress to the process of rebuilding your smile. At Orbit Dental, however, we bring the specialist to you! Dr. Quamar is a periodontist, so that means he has the special training needed to perform the implant placement surgery right here in our dental office. With him, you’ll be able to get your new teeth as quickly and efficiently as possible while working with the same team the entire time. Once you have healed from placement, Dr. Lankupalli will provide you with your permanent restorations.

Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants

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Because dental implants can be used to help people with varying degrees of tooth loss, the cost of the procedure is always different from patient to patient. How many implants are used and where they are located in the mouth play a big part in the final price. Implants should be considered an investment in your dental health, as they are more expensive than other options, but they also last multiple times longer. Normal bridges and dentures typically need to be replaced every 5-7 years, compounding their lower price, while implants can easily last for 30 or more, which means they usually end up saving a patient thousands over time.