Our Dental Implants Periodontist deals with problems like physical injury, tooth decay, dental cavities, and gum disease can all result in a loss of teeth. Missing teeth create gaps that can make you self-conscious about your smile and lower your self-esteem. You may have trouble speaking clearly if you have multiple gaps in your teeth, and you might not even be able to chew your food easily.
In order to improve your quality of life and give you back a happy, healthy, confident smile, we offer the best dental implant services available. With dental implants, you can get back a full, flawless smile you love!
Our Dental Implants Periodontist are used to support dental prosthetics and/or artificial teeth.
Here’s how teeth replacement works:
Our experienced professionals will use modern technology to install an implant that acts as the roots of a natural tooth. This provides a strong foundation for either permanent teeth or removable dentures.
With dental implants, you can enjoy:
- Greater ease in chewing your food with strong, durable implants
- Improved speech quality
- Better self-esteem
- A beautiful smile that fills you with confidence
- And more…
Wondering if dental implants are the best solution for your needs? Click on the button below to contact our office today for your no-cost, no-obligation consultation to learn more.
Dental Implants Periodontist
A New Smile in One Day
Traveling a long distance is unnecessary for specialized gum care and dental implant placement. Any person with teeth that are severely decaying, damaged, or missing, as well as other gum-related problems, can have these conditions effectively resolved by our skilled dentists at Dreamworks Dental. Drs. Daniel Tello and Maria Nguyen are conveniently accessible here in Arlington and offer specialist knowledge and implant techniques typically only found in significant metropolitan regions.
What Is a Periodontist?
Dental specialists specializing in preventing, diagnosing, and treating periodontal disease are known as periodontists. We have an extensive understanding of the nuances and difficulties of bone and gum health and are professionals in the surgical insertion of dental implants. This is relevant, particularly in terms of implant dentistry.
Placing dental implants in the jaw demands extreme accuracy and skill to get the most effective treatment results. In the same way that a cardiologist focuses on heart health, our periodontist has the knowledge and experience to help ensure the most successful implant outcomes. In addition, our implant experts at Dreamworks Dental Periodontists have the expertise necessary to handle any potential issues or difficulties that can arise during surgery.
Why a Periodontist is Best for Dental Implants
Choosing where to have your dental implants may be challenging. Some people may prefer oral surgeons, while others may select dentists to undertake the treatment. In addition, the only professionals qualified to perform dental implant surgery are periodontists. Periodontists are more qualified to give dental implants for a number of reasons.
Dental implants come in two varieties: subperiosteal and endosteal, which are placed in the bone (i.e., on the bone). The most common dental implants are endosteal ones. These implants might be cylinders, blades, or screws inserted surgically into the jawbone.
Endosteal implants are frequently used as an alternative procedure for those wearing bridges or removable dentures. Subperiosteal implants are positioned on the jaw and held in place by posts that protrude into the gingiva. Patients with low bone height and those unable to wear conventional dentures typically receive subperiosteal implants.
Specialists with advanced training, particularly in placing dental implants, include periodontists. Our Periodontists can guarantee painless and successful dental implant treatments because of their extensive specialized training. We are specially trained to work with the bones and gums that make up the mouth. Therefore, the specific oral components that affect the placement of implants are the gums and bones. Additionally, our periodontists are very competent in working with implants before and after treatment.
Dental implants require the removal of infection from the implant site during the infection removal phase. The patient may feel excruciating pain if an implant gets infected. Before the implant procedure, periodontists can effectively prepare and treat periodontal disease.
Periodontists can monitor the implant site after the operation by keeping an eye on it. They can spot any indications of infection if the implants successfully integrate and any other potential problems with the implant itself.
The Advantage Of Seeing A Periodontist
Among a periodontist’s responsibilities are preventing, diagnosing, and treating periodontal diseases and oral inflammation, as well as placing dental implants and performing bone grafting to support them. In addition, visiting a periodontist means visiting a dental implant specialist who has the surgical expertise to ensure implants are successfully placed for maximum stability. This specialist also has an aesthetic eye to consider how your soft tissue will frame the implant crown.
After dental school, periodontists complete three years of specialized training that gives them exceptional depth and breadth of knowledge in hard and soft tissue procedures and the know-how to handle challenging situations.
Dental implant surgery is relatively complicated, regardless of whether you only want a single dental implant or are replacing a whole mouth’s worth of lost teeth. Our goal is to make things simple. We provide dental implant therapy that offers a pleasant experience and is as cutting-edge as the technology we invest in after years of training and decades of method refinement.
● Issues Underlying Implant Failure
The periodontist will thoroughly examine your teeth, gums, and jawbones before planning an implant since they specialize in periodontal care.
The underlying bone must be healthy and strong enough to sustain an implant and the fake teeth connected to it. Therefore, if they discover any underlying periodontal issues, they will eliminate them first.
Drs. Daniel Tello is one of several periodontists in Arlington who has additional surgical training in osseointegration.
● Innovative technologies
Periodontists have special access to new technology and methods since they focus on the underlying anatomy of the mouth and the insertion of dental implants. The field routinely consults periodontists and implants to try and test novel ideas.
How long does a dental implant take to place?
Our periodontists will take digital photographs of the jaw to determine the best position for implant placement. Extracting a patient’s teeth and implant placement may occur at the same appointment for some patients. A surgically placed implant will fuse with the bone between 6 and 9 months after it has been placed.
Occasionally, temporary restorations are affixed to implants on the same day as surgery to maintain functionality and appearance. A prosthodontist, general dentist, or dental implant specialist can restore the implants with a custom-made crown, bridge, or denture once this bonding process (also known as osseointegration) is finished. For the seamless completion of the dental replacement tooth replacement process, the implant specialists at Premier Periodontics work closely with the referring dentists.