Dental Implants Richardson, TX

Exceptional Smile Results with Dental Implants

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The Closest to Natural Teeth

Dental implants replace missing and hopeless teeth permanently. They restore the ability to eat, speak and smile confidently, and offer great advantages to your quality of life! Implants interact with the jaw bone, replacing both the dental crown and root portions of teeth. Because of this, dental implants provide the closest replica of natural tooth structure of any tooth replacement. If you have missing or hopeless teeth, Dr. Melody Stampe can help you determine if dental implants are the right option for your smile. She is highly experienced at placing dental implant restorations and works closely with trusted specialists to complete your implant procedure.

The Dental Implant Process

Dental implants consist of three parts. The implant post integrates with the jaw bone and provides a strong, stable bite, while the restoration replaces the crown portion of the tooth. An abutment is the third piece, and connects the implant post with the restoration. Dr. Stampe collaborates with local periodontists and oral surgeons, who perform the surgical placement of implant posts within the bone. She then places highly esthetic, custom dental implant restorations that blend seamlessly with your smile. Some implant procedures can even be completed in a single day!

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Advantages of Dental Implants

  • Replace any number of teeth
  • Natural look, function and feel
  • Preserves jaw bone health
  • Maintains facial structure
  • Restores confidence and quality of life
  • Allows for enjoyment of favorite foods
  • No need for sticky adhesives or paste

Are Implants Ideal for You?

Dental implants bring amazing advantages to your oral health, quality of life and self-confidence! Implants are a lasting solution to tooth loss. They do not rely on surrounding teeth for support, and are impervious to decay. However, implants do require a certain amount of bone for support. A consultation with Dr. Stampe can reveal if implants are ideal for your oral health needs.

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