Dental Implants in Athens, TX
The next best thing to your natural teeth.
Dental implants are the best way to replace a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth due to gum disease, tooth decay, or injury. Our Athens, TX restorative and cosmetic dentistLearn more about our Athens office helps you get your full smile back with this innovative tooth replacement. An implant replaces the missing tooth root, and a custom crown goes on top in place of the missing tooth. The result is a fixed restoration that combines beauty and function.
Fill the Gap In Your Smile
Your mouth plays an important role in everyday life, from eating to speaking and smiling. If you’re looking for the top dentist-recommended way to replace missing teeth, then learn more about dental implants and their many benefits.
Dental implants are a reliable way to replace one missing tooth or multiple missing teeth. The implant safely fuses with the jawbone to give your new teeth the support they need. Eat the foods you love and feel confident again!
Our dentist works with a high-quality lab to create your custom implant-supported dentures or bridge. From a complete smile restoration with All-on-4 to single replacements, the results look beautiful and natural.
We use 3D imaging technology to plan and permanently place your dental implant. No more worrying about slipping dentures because our fixed teeth replacements in Athens, TX, let you eat, speak, and smile with confidence.
Beauty & Function in One Treatment
How do dental implants work?
Get dental implants in Athens, TX, by scheduling an initial consultation to determine if you’re a candidate. Patients must be in overall good health with healthy gums and adequate jawbone.
We safely place a small metal post (implant) into the socket, where it fuses with the jawbone. This provides the necessary structure for normal tooth function. Once healed, we attach an abutment (connector) to the fixed base.
Our dentist works with a high-quality lab and our in-house CEREC® machineLearn more about CEREC® to create your custom tooth replacement. Depending on your needs, this may be a crown, bridge, or denture. Then, we attach the replacement to the implant to complete your smile.