With decades of experience, you can trust Dr. Moore to help you find the solution that will work best for your smile. During your consultation, he will evaluate your needs and offer his suggestion based on how many teeth are affected, how healthy your jaw is, and your overall smile goals.
Doctor John Moore on Cosmetic Dental Associates Read Transcript
The basic approach to our practice here, being a Cosmetic Dental Associates practice, is to approach things, all the things we do, with how beautiful and how natural can we make this? So like when we approach doing a filling on a tooth, we'll place the filling in there with the exact right color, the right translucency, blend the edges, put all the little anatomy details in it to make it disappear in the tooth, so that when you look on the set, you can't tell where that filling is, which tooth is it in.
That's a simple filling procedure, but everything else too. Like from every crown and veneer, any single restorations, even our implants. When we do an implant, we want to blend the edges of the implant, blend the edges of the crown to the implant that made it ups, that disappears under the gumline, the profile of it, how it comes out of the gums and makes it look just like it grew there. It's not like a marble on a bolt, like we see sometimes.
But the idea is everything that we do, even though as general dentistry and as a regular restorative dentistry, how can we do this to make it disappear in there, both visually and functionally, so that it feels as real as it can and it looks as real as it can? So, cosmetic dentistry really is a part of dentistry itself, no matter what part of it you're in.
- Single Implant – Used to replace a single tooth at any location in your mouth
- Multiple Implants – Used to replace several teeth, usually in a series
- Full-Arch Implants – Used to replace the entire top or bottom arch of your smile
Of course, there are some cases when a dental implant is not the best option. You might be better off with a dental bridge or partial denture. You can trust Dr. Moore to help you make the best decision for your future oral health.
Dental implants in Kerrville have a lot of great benefits, like allowing you to chew and speak with confidence, but there are many other reasons to see if a prosthetic tooth root is the best option for you. Take a look at some of the lesser-known benefits of dental implants in the list below.
Look Younger – Implants help you maintain healthy bone mass after tooth loss, which means your profile will not age as it would if you were missing teeth or using a subpar tooth replacement option.
Maintain Secrecy – Most of our patients feel self-conscious about missing teeth. They don’t want anyone to know they have had teeth replaced, and this is the perfect solution because your new tooth will blend perfectly with the rest of your smile.
Keep Things Clean – You’ll never need to purchase extra adhesives or cleaners to care for an implanted tooth. All you need is dental floss, toothpaste, and your toothbrush. Stick to a healthy hygiene routine, and you’ll keep a healthy mouth!