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Dental Implants

Waco Surgical Arts offers dental implant procedures in Waco, Texas. When teeth are missing or need to be extracted, dental implants can act as supports for new replacement teeth. Your implants will hold your new teeth in place permanently. You will be able to smile confidently knowing that your implants look and feel just like natural teeth. Replacing missing teeth is important for your overall health. Aside from the obvious benefits of chewing, smiling, and speaking with ease, replacing missing teeth can also help prevent dental shifting, bone loss, and other oral health problems. No other long term tooth replacement option prevents bone loss and restores full oral function for chewing, speaking, and smiling. Whether you are missing one tooth or many teeth, our staff will walk you through the entire treatment process. Before pursuing any treatment options, your surgeon will thoroughly review your situation to find the best plan for your individual needs.

Benefits of Dental Implants

​Beautiful new teeth: They look just like healthy natural teeth. Patients are very happy with the appearance of their smiles after implant procedures compared to removable dentures.  


A healthy option: Bone loss, dental shifting, and other issues can arise when teeth are missing for an extended length of time. Dental implants stimulate the bone beneath your gums, preventing bone loss. Your new replacement teeth will also prevent any dental shifting around the missing tooth site and simplify your dental care.


Lifelong tooth replacements: With proper care and regular oral hygiene, your implants can last a lifetime. The titanium implants form a permanent bond with the bone in your jaw, allowing your implants to function just like natural teeth with healthy gums.  


No-slip security: After the healing period is complete, they are just as strong as healthy teeth. Implant patients can eat the foods they enjoy without worrying about their implants slipping or coming out of place.



General Pre-Op Instructions

General Post-Op Instructions

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