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Dental Implants in San Antonio

Dental implants are a wonderful innovation that act as a foundation for your replacement teeth. If you’re missing teeth, you may have noticed that your ability to eat is impaired. You may be embarrassed about your smile and feel inhibited in social situations. That is why we are excited to offer this technological fix as part of our mission to provide perfect smiles to San Antonio’s residents.

Dental implants and new replacement teeth can give you a new lease on life by providing you with the ability to once again eat, talk, and smile normally. Getting these missing teeth replaced can also improve your facial structure, preventing a sunken look.

Dental implants are tiny posts made of titanium that are placed in your jawbone near the areas where you are missing teeth. The surrounding jaw bone will bond with the titanium post and provide a new foundation for your new teeth. Replacing your missing teeth and using dental implants can also help prevent bone deterioration that would normally occur with missing teeth.

Dental implants are an exciting new technology that can literally change the way you live. Once you have your implants and your replacement teeth, you can rediscover pleasure in eating, talking, and laughing.

Why Consider Dental Implants?

Losing a tooth can cause further consequences if it isn’t treated. Your health and lifestyle can be affected if you choose not to replace the tooth or teeth you have lost. Losing a tooth can cause:

  • Bone loss
  • Teeth to shift or drift
  • Bite alteration
  • Joint problems in the jaw
  • Problems chewing properly
  • Added stress to remaining teeth

On the other hand, there are many benefits to replacing missing teeth using dental implants. Dental implants can:

  • Maintain the integrity of your bone structure
  • Preserve the health of adjacent teeth
  • Replace ill-fitting dentures
  • Maintain natural bite
  • Feel and work like natural teeth
  • Improve your ability to speak and chew
  • Prevent bone loss, which can improve facial appearance
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Dental Implants

If you are missing one tooth or a few teeth, consider dental implants as a viable option to improve your ability to eat, smile, and talk, and consider San Antonio’s best cosmetic dentists to handle that procedure. Call us today for more details about this exciting technology!

Dr. Edward Camacho

Combining unique cosmetic dental skills and artistry to create confident and beautiful smiles in San Antonio, TX for over four decades is Edward J. Camacho DDS.

Dr. Camacho received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center. He was the Director of the Dental Clinic at Inman Christian Center before commencing his private practice in San Antonio. He is a Member of the American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association, San Antonio District Dental Society, Clinical Foundation of Orthopedics and Orthodontics, Academy of Osseointegration, and American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.

He is constantly updating his knowledge and has followed continuing education in cosmetic, restorative, laser, and computerized dentistry; dental implants; orthodontics; and endodontics. He is also a Certified Lumineers and Invisalign services provider and has won his patients’ trust as well as many awards including America’s Top Dentist awards in Cosmetic and General Dentistry.

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We know how important it is to find a cosmetic dentist you can trust. At Cosmetic Dentistry in San Antonio, we offer you high-quality, patient-focused care. We believe in taking the time to answer your questions and address your concerns before we help you create a treatment plan that is unique for you. If you're ready to explore cosmetic dentistry treatments, please visit us today. You can also call 210-405-3157 to schedule an appointment.

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