Dental Implants OKC
Dental implants, possibly more than any other dental procedure, have proven time and time again to be life-changing for our patients. If you are hiding your smile due to failing or missing teeth and are ready to restore your confidence, implants may be the right choice for you.
For the patient seeking a well-established, experienced dental implant dentist in OKC, contact Dr. Chris Saxon DDS of Saxon Dentistry. Recognized for his high-quality dental work and patient care, one can feel confident knowing Dr. Saxon will set you up with permanent, lifetime solutions that not only meet but exceed expectations.
What Are Dental Implants?
A dental implant is an artificial tooth root placed in the jawbone which provides a foundation for permanent or removable replacement teeth. The implant itself is a small screw most often made of titanium. To complete the restoration, your dentist will attach an abutment and then finally an individual dental crown, multi-tooth bridge or an entire dental prosthesis. The final restoration will vary dependent on your needs, but either way will look, feel and function just like your natural teeth.
Oklahoma City Dental Implant Office
Often patients will have to visit multiple dental offices to have their implants completed. Not with Saxon Dentistry! Dr. Saxon’s specialty implant training allows him to plan, place and restore your implants all in one location. If you’re suffering from tooth loss in Oklahoma City, Saxon Dentistry can help save you both time and money by having all of your treatment done in one place.
Single tooth, multiple tooth and full mouth rejuvenation
Dental implants are the premier replacement choice for single tooth loss and multiple tooth loss. Unlike other tooth replacement options such as dentures and dental bridges, dental implants preserve the jawbone. Without something to support, whether an artificial tooth root or real, the jawbone will begin to deteriorate and cause facial sagging. Facial sagging causes pre-mature aging and changes the overall shape of ones face. Additionally, dental bridges require the neighboring teeth to be ground down in order to accept the bridge. With dental implants, healthy adjacent teeth remain intact.
More than a Dental Implant, Improved Quality of Life
Do you find yourself staying in to eat because you’re scared your dentures may slip at dinner? Do you not enjoy conversing with friends as much because you now have slurred speech? Does a missing tooth have you feeling self-conscious when you smile? Are you tired of not being able to eat the foods you love? Or maybe, you can’t stand to wear your dentures because they are constantly rubbing and causing sores. This list can go on and on… If you’re suffering from anything similar, you are not living your life to the fullest and it’s time to change it. Contact our office today and begin the journey to increased happiness and an improved quality of life.
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