Implant Dentistry in Arlington, TX

Implant Dentistry in Arlington, TX

What Are Dental Implants?

Giving you the lowdown on this innovative dental procedure.

When you lose a tooth, traditional restorative solutions can be temporary or inconsistent. It can be challenging to find a beautiful and worry-free solution. At Our Google Maps Listing. Opens in a new windowOak Dentistry in Arlington, TX, we perform new, innovative implant services that allow us to restore not only your smile but your confidence, in an efficient, pain-free manner.

A dental implant is a non-removable restoration that looks and feels like a real tooth. The implant has three parts.

The implant itself, which is made of titanium, is placed into the bone socket of the missing tooth and acts like the new tooth’s root. On top of the implant, an abutment will be placed, and on top of the abutment, the new tooth will be attached. The end result is a stable, fully-functional tooth that not only acts like your natural tooth but looks like it too!

There are multiple ways implants can be used to restore your smile:

  • Replace a single tooth
  • Replace multiple teeth
  • Support and stabilize dentures

Benefit from Function & Beauty

Discover how a dental implants in Arlington, TX do more than just restore your tooth.

Dental implants not only look and feel like your natural teeth, but they also provide many benefits for your smile and wellness.

  • Aesthetically Beautiful

Our dentist in Arlington, TX is committed to providing you with results that take your breath away. Thanks to his outstanding expertise you can be completely sure you are receiving the best treatment, and we can guarantee you’ll be left smiling from ear to ear.

  • Outstanding Technology

Excelling at our job is something we are very passionate about. We pair our variety of skills with state-of-the-art technology for better outcomes. We use a CBCT scanner for 3D imaging and a 3D Printer that allows digital planning for most predictable implant placement.

  • Pain-Free 

Living with a missing or damaged tooth can make you self-conscious and may lead to difficulty eating and speaking. Dental implants provide a secure solution, allowing you to eat and chew with confidence and pain-free.

  • Long-Lasting Solution

Proper oral hygiene goes a long way in preserving the integrity of your dental implants. This procedure is meant to make your smile last for a lifetime and it qualifies as an excellent long-term solution.

The Dental Implant Procedure

Simple steps for a truly outstanding outcome.

  • Preparation

The process begins with an evaluation and consultation with Arlington dentist, Dr. Lim. If you are a suitable candidate, Dr. Lim will use your x-rays to assess where the dental implants can be placed. Our dental team takes this planning process very seriously because it is essential to evaluate the condition of your teeth and jawbone to create a strategy that best suits your needs.

  • Creation

Dr. Lim will use our CBCT machine to render 3D images and put your treatment plan into action. This machine allows us to have a more efficient look at your mouth and custom-make your implants. Once the implant has been built, we’ll assess the fit and determine the cosmetic restoration too.

  • Placement

The process of placing your dental implant involves a few steps. Your Arlington implant dentist starts by preparing the jawbone and inserts your custom-made implant. It can take some weeks for the implant to fuse with the bone, something that is known as “osseointegration.” Once the abutment is placed and your gums have healed, Dr. Lim will make an impression of your mouth and start the process for your restoration.

  • After Care

Just as with your natural teeth, excellent oral hygiene keeps implants, artificial teeth, and gum tissue clean and helps them last longer. Scheduling regular dental checkups with Dr. Lim ensures the health and proper functioning of your implants are top-notch.

Schedule Your Appointment
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7416 S Cooper St STE 100, Arlington, TX 76001

Phone: (817) 375-0400

Office Hours

MON - FRI 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

SAT - SUN Closed

Get in Touch

Email: [email protected]

Call: (817) 375-0400