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Dr. Rosa Lopez Offers Denture Wearers Permanent Alternative with Dental Implants

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Dr. Rosa Lopez, cosmetic and general dentist in Dallas, TX is offering local patients who currently rely on dentures and partial dentures for everyday function a better alternative for a permanent, healthy smile.

March 20, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

Dr. Rosa Lopez, cosmetic and general dentist in Dallas, TX is offering local patients who currently rely on dentures and partial dentures for everyday function a better alternative for a permanent, healthy smile. Using dental implants, Dr. Lopez is able to create a natural-looking smile for patients that are engineered to last a lifetime.

Though dentures and partial dentures restore partial function to patients’ smiles with missing or failed teeth, they still restrict the eating of certain foods and also cause a daily hassle with the necessary adhesive pastes and strips that are required for use. With dental implants, patients can enjoy a smile that has the biting force of natural teeth along with standard cleaning procedures.

“Dental implants have completely changed how we’re able to provide restorative care to patients with missing, broken, or failing teeth,” said Dr. Rosa Lopez, dental implants dentist in Dallas, TX. “With this procedure, we can offer patients an alternative that is, in many cases, even better than their smile was before tooth loss.”

Dental implants consist of a screw, cylinder, or blade that is surgically placed in the jawbone and holds a prosthetic tooth that is custom designed from porcelain. Once the metal implant is placed in the jaw bone, it is given several weeks or months to heal before the artificial tooth is attached. In its completed state, the dental implant looks just like a real tooth, feels natural, and provides just as much biting force.

Dr. Lopez has specialized skills that go far beyond just dental implants. She is a preferred Invisalign dentist in Dallas, TX for patients seeking straighter teeth without the hassle of traditional braces. For patients who suffer from jaw or facial pain, Dr. Lopez is also a TMJ dentist in Dallas, TX. She and her staff also offer standard preventative and restorative procedures such as cleanings, fillings, root canals, sealants, and oral cancer screening.

Dr. Rosa Lopez is a well-known dentist in the Dallas area and has been practicing dentistry for nearly 25 years. She is known for her artistry in dentistry and creating perfectly crafted smiles that her patients are confident with. From 2010-2012, Dr. Lopez was featured in D Magazine’s Medical Directory. From 2005-2011, Dr. Lopez received the recognition of “America’s Top Dentist” Consumer Choice Award.

To find more information about Dr. Lopez or the permanent dental implants she offers in Dallas, TX, please visit www.RosaLopezdds.com and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dryL5uVmBc4.

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Name: Dr. Rosa Lopez
Email: rosaclopezdds@hotmail.com
Phone: (214) 935-3943
Organization: Rosa C. Lopez, DDS

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