Address: 3325 Premier Drive, Plano, TX 75023

Am I a Candidate for Dental Implants?

In the past, many patients with missing teeth thought they weren’t good candidates for dental implants, worried these tooth replacement solutions weren’t safe, or thought these treatment options were more likely to fail. We have great news at dental Renaissance – dental implants now have a 98% chance for success. When properly placed, these tooth replacement options are completely safe. Additionally, modern techniques, technologies, and materials allow more patients than ever before to undergo dental implant supported tooth replacement. Whether you’re missing a single tooth or a full arch, contact our Plano dentist and team to schedule a dental implant consultation today. We’ll review your oral and overall health and help you find the best tooth replacement option to meet your needs.

The Dental Implant Consultation

Before we begin dental implant tooth replacement, we’ll need to complete a thorough consultation to ensure we can safely and successfully replace your missing teeth with implant supported restorations. We’ll need a complete understanding of several aspects of your oral and overall health to make the best recommendations. Some of the information we’ll review includes:

Your Alternative Tooth Replacement Options

Like any dental treatment, implant supported tooth replacement isn’t right for every patient we treat, but we offer viable alternatives for those patients in need of a different option. Some of the other tooth replacement solutions we offer include:

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