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Types Of Dental Implants - McKinney, TX

Why People Are Saying “Yes!” to Dental Implants

Dental implant illustration - McKinney, TX

The Gold Standard of Tooth Replacement

Do you have several missing teeth that you want replaced, but are unsure of your options? Are you searching for a tooth replacement option that will give you natural-looking teeth in place of your missing teeth? McKinney Dentist offers the gold standard solution for you—dental implant teeth replacements to transform your smile! Dental implants pose as the tooth’s root, and when a crown is put on top, creates a new tooth that works, looks, and feels like a regular tooth. As an artificial tooth, a dental implant produces long-lasting, great results. We place dental implants as a clear, amazing alternative to bridges, dentures, and partials with a high success rate!

As an artificial tooth root, a dental implant produces long-lasting, aesthetically-pleasing results. With this intricate dental restorative procedure, you and your family should trust in your dentist’s skills, experience, and qualifications to exceed your expectations. Dr. Jeff Lynch, who places the implants at McKinney Dentist, earned the prestigious Fellowship status in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. His accomplishments in placing and restoring dental implants awarded him with this great honor. You and your family can undoubtedly trust in his expertise and skills. After a thorough examination, Dr. Lynch will evaluate your case and plan the dental implant procedure. Our dental implants in McKinney, TX, are created using biocompatible titanium screws, which act as the post (the root of your tooth). The procedure involves many strategically planned steps to deliver the results you crave!

Our Dental Implant Process

To start, Dr. Lynch will surgically place the implant into your jaw bone where you were missing teeth. Then, a process called osseointegration transpires when the bone bonds with the titanium. This process results in the bone growing tightly around the post, which creates a durable foundation for a new tooth. After about 12-16 weeks, Dr. Lynch will take a digital impression using our intraoral scanner that eliminates the need for messy, goop-based impressions. These scans will be used to customize the abutment and make a crown to top the implant. If needed, an implant-secured denture, partial, or bridge will be placed to ensure maximum functionality for your daily living. Appealing to many patients, you can opt for our safe and effective sedation dentistry to melt away your dental fears and anxieties.

  • Dental Implants - A 3-Part Process

Types of Dental Implants

Single Teeth

Single dental implants replace one missing tooth,
or several single missing teeth.
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Single Teeth

Single dental implants replace one missing tooth,
or several single missing teeth.

Multiple Teeth

Multiple dental implants can be used
to replace two or more missing teeth in a row.
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Multiple Teeth

Multiple dental implants can be used
to replace two or more missing teeth in a row.

Full Arches

Implant supported dentures use anywhere from two to eight
dental implants to support a denture for arches of missing teeth.
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Full Arches

Implant supported dentures use anywhere from two to eight
dental implants to support a denture for arches of missing teeth.

Teeth Tomorrow®

The Teeth Tomorrow concept allows you to get a full set of teeth
attached to five or six dental implants in just two appointments.
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Teeth Tomorrow®

The Teeth Tomorrow concept allows you to get a full set of teeth
attached to five or six dental implants in just two appointments.
Dental implant patients McKinney, TX

Live Your Best Life with Dental Implants

When preparing you for dental implants in McKinney, TX, we always perform an in-depth consultation and evaluation of your oral health. During this time, we will be able to identify what your needs are and provide you with a cost estimation. With our advanced technology, we can capture highly detailed images of your jaw to create an implant guide for surgery. This guide directs our doctors to the exact location, angle and depth for dental implant placement, removing any guesswork involved. Many patients take advantage of our advanced dental sedation, including IV sedation, to prevent anxiety and ensure they do not experience discomfort during implant surgery. Once your implant is secured into your jaw bone, we take digital scans of the area, eliminating the need for messy impressions. We send these scans to our partner dental lab where their lab technicians will expertly craft your new dental crown. When ready, we will finalize the crown fit and color, then securely attach it to your implant to complete your smile.

No more worries - Teeth Tomorrow was my answer!

Make The Move To Dental Implants Today!

McKinney Dentist staff with Teeth Tomorrow patient McKinney, TX