(214) 363-7777

8222 Douglas Ave., Suite 810

Dallas, Texas 75225

We're Not Just Changing Smiles,

We're Changing Lives!

Dental Implants Dallas

Serving the Dallas Metroplex, Plano, University Park, and Surrounding Areas

As anyone who is missing a tooth can already tell you, a hole in your smile has a huge negative effect on your life. Aside from hindering how you talk and eat, a missing tooth is also generally considered to be very unattractive. Also, missing teeth breed bacteria; a missing tooth leaves your mouth vulnerable to infection, disease and subsequent additional missing teeth.

Dr. Strader highly recommends that anyone with one or more missing teeth get those teeth replaced as soon as possible with dental implants.

A permanent way to replace missing teeth is with a dental implant. A dental implant is, basically, an artificial tooth root, made of titanium. The implant is screwed into your jawbone, through your gum line.

Dr. Strader works with an oral surgeon. The surgeon inserts the implant, and then Dr. Strader attaches a false tooth similar to a crown, to that artificial root.

There are several types of implants available – the type used depends on the strength and condition of your jawbone.

Once the crown is attached to the implant, your smile will be full again! The crown is custom-made for you – to match your existing teeth in size and color – and is very natural looking.

For more information, please see our Questions about Implant Dentistry or Dental Implant Types.

Dental Implants are a great way to replace a missing tooth. With proper brushing and flossing, they will last as long as your real teeth! If you're in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex area – including the cities of Arlington and Plano – and are missing one or more teeth, contact us today. The longer you have gaps in your smile, or drifting teeth, the greater your risk for infection becomes. Replace those missing now, before they cause more problems down the road!

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