Implant Keller TX

Dental implant Keller TX is a permanent tooth replacement option that can replace one tooth or many. The implant itself is a titanium post that replaces the root of the missing tooth. 

How Dental Implant Keller TX Works

The purpose of a dental implant Keller TX is to replace your missing tooth’s root and the top part of your tooth, which are referred to as the crown. The implant itself is a small post made of titanium that is surgically inserted into your jaw to serve as an anchor for a replacement tooth. A dental crown is then placed over the abutment to look just like a natural tooth.

While an implant looks similar to your other teeth, it functions very differently because it uses different parts than natural teeth do. For one, the gums are not used to hold an implanted tooth in place; instead, the tooth is secured to the jawbone by a process called osseointegration. Osseointegration is a process that occurs after a tooth has been surgically inserted into the jaw, where small posts known as implants fuse with the bone in the jaw and become stable enough to support a restoration such as a dental crown. Unlike natural teeth, which are held firmly in place by the surrounding gum tissue and bone, replacement teeth supported by dental implants are attached directly to the jawbone without the aid of any soft tissues. Because the implant procedure requires surgery and the fusion of materials, it takes time to complete the treatment. However, once healing is complete and the crown is in place, dental implant Keller TX offers a permanent solution to replacing missing teeth. With proper aftercare and regular hygiene visits at our office, your new smile will last for several decades to come. 

Are you interested in getting a dental implant Keller TX? Schedule an appointment with us today! We can help you determine if this dental procedure is right for you. 


Phone: (817) 203-1561

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4541 Heritage Trace Pkwy #1301, Fort Worth, TX 76244

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