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Dallas TX Dentist, Dr. Michael Neeley, Announces the Availability of the Placement of Titanium Dental Implants for Locals Looking for Long Term Teeth Replacements


Michael Neeley, D.D. S., PA, is offering patients strong, titanium implants as a method of replacing teeth that have been lost. As a dentist, Dr. Neeley understands that there are many reasons that teeth may be lost, but he also knows how important it is to replace those teeth. Using dental implants is a way to strengthen the jawbone while filling the unsightly gaps.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 01, 2012

Dr. Michael Neeley is aware of the statistics showing that by age 74, 26 percent of the adults living in this country no longer have any permanent teeth left in their mouths. Of people ages 35 - 44, at least 70 percent have lost at least a single permanent tooth, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Because this problem is so common, Dr. Neeley is a dentist that has utilized many different solutions, including the placement of dental implants.

As a dentist, Dr. Michael Neeley cares about his patients and wants them to maintain good oral health because it directly impacts one's overall health. With the availability of Implants, he can help to prevent the bone from deteriorating, which is a direct result of missing teeth. Another problem that can occur when a tooth has been removed is that the adjacent teeth may begin to move into the gap, which can throw off a person's bite. This in turn can make it challenging to eat many foods and may also affect the person's ability to speak clearly. Using implants is one way to eliminate the side effects from lost teeth.

Dental Implants are surgically installed into the bone in the area where the tooth used to be. They attach to a tooth-colored crown that then mimics the natural teeth it is next to. The crown is able to function much like a regular tooth and is strong enough to allow the individual to chew most foods with ease. The implant becomes interconnected with the bone, which provides excellent stability for the crown.

The three parts of dental implants include the actual implants that are installed in the bone, the abutments and the crowns. These parts work together to form this long-term answer. The process takes several months, as the implant surgery must be given time to heal prior to attaching the abutment. This must heal for a short time prior to attaching the crown. While the healing process is going on, a temporary crown may be worn by the patient. To learn more about implants and the methods used to install them, visit

Michael Neeley, DDS, PA, is a general dentist offering patients personalized dental care for Dallas, TX. Dr. Neeley is part of one percent of dental professionals providing the most recent FDA cleared laser procedure for gum disease and periodontal treatment. To learn more about Michael Neeley, DDS, PA, and his dental services visit his website at and call (214) 306-9033.

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