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Plano, TX Cosmetic Dentist Dr. Charles Sizemore Introduces Dental Implants as Best Alternative for Missing, Broken Teeth
Date:7/24/2013

Plano, TX (PRWEB) July 24, 2013

Dr. Charles Sizemore recently introduced a new dental implant procedure for his Plano, TX patients that would give them a more comfortable, permanent option for broken or missing teeth. Patients with missing teeth as a result of decay, wear, or injury previously had to rely on dentures or bridges to replace tooth structure, but dental implants now provide a more permanent solution.

While dentures have previously been a solution for one or multiple missing teeth, they are prone to breaking or shifting, causing pain, irritation, and hassle in the everyday life of the patient. Additionally, certain foods cannot be eaten with removable dentures at the risk of breaking them, which can present long-term dietary issues.

Dental implants, however, are permanent and durable, performing just as well or better than natural teeth. There are no restrictions as to what foods a dental implant patient can eat, and dental implants also are not susceptible to decay and cavities.

"Dental implants are the premium option for patients looking to replace missing teeth to preserve alignment and tooth structure," said Dr. Charles Sizemore. "With this fairly simple treatment, our patients can enjoy the benefits of permanent, hassle-free implants for the rest of their lives."

To place permanent dental implants, Dr. Sizemore first takes an assessment of the patient’s mouth and bone structure surrounding the area that is void of natural tooth structure. Over a series of appointments, Dr. Sizemore then places small titanium studs in the jawbone of the patient to essentially act as the root of the tooth. Once the titanium stud has had time to heal and fuse with the jawbone, a porcelain tooth is then attached to the stud that matches the size, shape and color of the other teeth in the patient’s mouth.

In addition to being a skilled dental implants dentist in Plano, TX Charles Sizemore DDS also offers a variety of other services including pediatric dentistry and holistic dentistry. Holistic dentistry is focused on treating the mouth as it affects overall bodily health. Holistic dental treatments are centered on non-amalgam fillings, nonsurgical treatments for gum disease, proper nutrition, etc. Dr. Sizemore and his staff are committed to providing comfortable, pain-free dental care for all of their patients in the Plano area.

To learn more about Plano, TX general dentist Dr. Charles Sizemore or any of the dental services he provides at Charles Sizemore DDS, Dentistry, please visit http://www.DentistinPlanoTexas.net and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bhBaP-4gP4s

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