McKinney Dentist has a full time dentist on staff that places and restores dental implants, an in-house lab, board certified anesthesiologist, 3-D CAT scan … we have all your implant needs under one roof. So, if you need an implant and a new smile, give us a call and come to the one place that does it all. Get your bite back at McKinney Dentist.
Next Best Thing To Natural Teeth
Strong and stable, a dental implant restores a lost tooth so that it looks, feels, fits and functions like a natural tooth.
A Long Term Solution
Dental implants may need periodic adjustments but they can last a lifetime when properly placed and cared for over time.
Retain A Natural Smile
A face without teeth can sag and appear sunken and sad. Dental implants allow you to maintain the natural shape of your face and smile.
Keep Your Teeth In Your Mouth
Dental implants allow you to keep your teeth where they belong – in your mouth. And no more worrying that your dentures might slip or fall out.
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Dental Implants: McKinney, Texas
Do You Have Missing Teeth And You Want A Strong And Natural Solution
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 perfect solution for you— dental implants 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 McKinney dental implants are created using biocompatible titanium screws, which acts as the post (the root of your tooth). The procedure involves many strategically planned steps to deliver the results you crave!
The Dental Implant Process
To start, Dr. Lynch will surgically place the implant (titanium screws) into your jawbone. Then, a process called osseointegration transpires when the bone bonds (fuses) with the titanium. This process results in the bone growing tightly around the post, which makes for a durable foundation for dental implants. After about 12-16 weeks usually, Dr. Lynch will make an impression that 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.
- We take pride in offering comprehensive implant dentistry services to our patients.
- Our qualified and experienced team of dentists will deliver all of your dental needs under one roof, while catering to your comfort and needs.
Appealing to many patients, you can opt for our safe and effective sedation dentistry to melt away your dental fears and anxieties. To have your dental implants lasting a lifetime, we recommend maintaining your regular at-home oral care— flossing, brushing, and a healthy diet! If you are unsure of being a suitable candidate for dental implants, Dr. Lynch will happily evaluate your oral health and provide his outstanding dental recommendations. McKinney Dentist strives to deliver consistent, unparalleled results to you and your family to have you smiling at every opportunity! If you would like more information on dental implants, please visit our specific website designed just for you. www.mckinneydentalimplants.com
- Support a loose-fitting denture for more security and comfortability
- Replace one or several teeth (without involving the surrounding teeth). This constitutes a more conservative approach to missing tooth replacement
- Provide a practical, successful alternative to partial dentures
- Support individual (or multiple) teeth or a bridge