Ask the Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston: Frequently Asked Questions, PART 1

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					     Ask the Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston: Frequently Asked Questions
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In this article, part 1 of 3, some frequently asked questions pertaining to dental implants and
their advantages are addressed.



The Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston: A Professional Profile

                                                                        is
                             The dental implant surgeon in Houston the medical professional
                             with all the education, experience and expertise necessary to restore
                             compromised oral aesthetics and bite functionality as a result of
                             single and multiple missing teeth. Teeth can go missing and need
                             replacement for a great number of reasons – tooth decay, accidental
                             trauma, gum disease, chronic illnesses (for example; cancer and
                             diabetes), a failed root canal… even your genetic heritage and
                             certain medications can render you more vulnerable to tooth loss
                             during the course of your lifetime. But if there is one thing that’s
                             inevitable, it’s that we will all lose at least one of our permanent
teeth before we reach the ripe old age of 70.


If you’ve never heard of the dental implant surgeon in Houston, it’s about time you became
acquainted! That’s right, the dental implant surgeon in Houston places dental implants and he’s
so good at it that even people in their 90’s who don’t have a single original adult tooth left are
walking away from his office with fabulous dazzling smiles (www.nodentures.com). Since tooth
loss, be it single or multiple, is pretty much inevitable (and no one likes the idea of a ‘gappy’
smile), the dental implant surgeon in Houston gets bombarded with questions about dental
implants and their advantages as a teeth replacement solution. So, without further ado, here are
the answers to some of your Frequently Asked Questions, PART 1 of 3.

Question 1 ~ What are dental implants?

Dental implants are essentially free-standing (so they don’t rely on the adjacent teeth for support)
artificial ‘tooth roots’ constructed from titanium metal and fitted with a cosmetic and functional
ceramic tooth crown. The latter part is the only part that is visible above the gum line and is
fabricated to be virtually indistinguishable from a natural, healthy tooth.

Question 2 ~ Why is it important to replace missing teeth, even if you can’t see them?

Many people believe that if they lose a tooth from the back of their mouth where the gap isn’t
so noticeable, then they don’t really need to seek solutions from the dental implant surgeon in
Houston. Well, they couldn’t be any more wrong! Dental implants are so much more than mere
cosmetic restorations.

        ●   Dental implants restore oral functionality: losing even a single tooth, be it a molar,
            premolar, incisor or canine, compromises your ability to chew properly.

        ●   They prevent the teeth adjacent to your bare tooth socket/s from becoming unstable
            and shifting.

        ●   They drastically reduce the risk of oral infection developing as a result of food and
            bacteria accumulating in the bare tooth socket.

The Dental Implant Surgeon in Houston: For Your Oral Health

                                                                    also
                         The dental implant surgeon in Houston places implants with the
                         express intention of preventing the underlying jaw bone from
                         atrophying as a result of tooth loss. Your tooth roots, through the
                         natural mechanical forces and pressures associated with grinding and
                         chewing, provide an importance source of stimulation to the
                         underlying bone tissue. When a tooth falls out, this stimulation is also
                         lost and without it the bone can start to atrophy. According to the
                         dental implant surgeon in Houston , this has severe ramifications for
                         your overall oral health and can require far more expensive and
                         invasive procedures to correct problems down the line (             www.
dentalimplantcosthouston.com).

				
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Description: In this article, part 1 of 3, some frequently asked questions pertaining to dental implants and their advantages are addressed.