Start-to-Finish Dental Implants

If you are missing teeth and struggling with loose, uncomfortable dentures, dental implants could change your life! At Wildflower Dental & Orthodontics, we are happy to offer start-to-finish dental implants, so you don’t have to go all over town to get the care you need.

Frisco Dental Implants

A dental implant is a great way to restore your smile if you are missing one or more of your teeth. The implant is a small post that is made of a biocompatible titanium material that Dr. Walkington will surgically place into your jaw. The post will fuse with your jaw and once it heals will become extremely solid and essentially act as the root for your new “fake” tooth. This implant can be used for crowns, bridges, and even dentures! If taken care of properly with good oral hygiene and routine dental checkups, your dental implant could last a lifetime!

We offer the following types of dental implants in our office, and can complete procedures from start to finish.

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Computer-Guided Dental Implants

The advancement of technology has made dental implants even more accurate and natural. With 3D imaging software, we can digitally create your jawbone to help guide us when placing the implants. With a detailed map of your facial anatomy that the software provides, it will help us avoid sensitive and critical nerves, roots, and sinuses. This new technology means a better dental experience for the patient by saving you time and the number of visits generally needed for dental implants. Now that’s something to smile about!

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Bone Grafting for Implants

Often, when you lose a tooth, the bone surrounding that missing tooth will soften and shrink, and the gum tissue recedes around the open space. For an implant to properly fuse with the jawbone and be a successful restoration, healthy bone and gum tissue is necessary. If Dr. Walkington notices bone or gum issues that may prevent your implant from fusing quickly and properly, he may suggest a bone graft to strengthen the bone in preparation for your implant.