Gaps left by missing teeth can interfere with the proper function of your smile and make you feel self-conscious.
At Sequoyah Dental PLLC, Dr. William Wilson provides dental implants to replace lost teeth for a stronger, healthier smile.
So why are dental implants a great treatment option?
Experience the Benefits of Permanent Tooth Replacement
Built to Last a Lifetime
Dental implants can last 40 years or more when cared for properly. While you may need to replace the restoration at some point, implants can typically provide a lifetime of benefits.
Improved Oral Health
Dental implants are the only tooth replacement option that can prevent your jawbone from shrinking, a natural effect of tooth loss. This preserves your appearance and remaining teeth.
With an implant-supported restoration from Dr. Wilson in Fayetteville, AR, you can experience the peace of mind that comes from knowing your restoration will stay in place in all types of situations.
So how do dental implants work?
How likely am I to need this procedure?
Tooth Loss Becomes More Common as We Age
*According to the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
Not all patients are candidates for dental implants...
Factors That Affect Dental Implant Treatment:
Jawbone atrophy occurs when there are no tooth roots present to stimulate the jawbone. This can compromise the stability of your dental implants. Bone grafting may be needed to establish sufficient jawbone tissue.
Smoking can increase your risk of serious complications, including dental implant failure. Any type of tobacco use impair your body's ability to heal properly.
Gum DiseaseGum disease can affect the underlying tissues and have a serious effect on your oral health. Untreated gum disease can compromise dental implants.
Serious Health Conditions
General health conditions such as uncontrolled diabetes or autoimmune disorders can also affect your oral health and heighten your risk of dental implant complications.
We work hard to ensure your comfort...
Discomfort & Anxiety Can Be Addressed during Treatment
How long does treatment take?