Dental Implants

Dental Implants
Dental Implants 2017-06-08T01:23:22+00:00

Project Description

A Permanent, Fixed Solution to Missing Teeth

Missing teeth can affect your self-confidence, your oral health, and even your general health. Dental implants are becoming the most commonly-recommended tooth replacement solution for many reasons, offering patients the ability to speak, smile, and eat with confidence while protecting your future dental health. At The Comprehensive Dental Group of Houston, you can work with an experienced dental implant dentist in Houston to determine whether getting a tooth implant could be the right choice for you.

Could You Benefit from Dental Implants?

  • If you are missing teeth, you are a candidate for dental implants. Even if you already use dentures or have dental bridges, dental implants can replace these solutions with a more permanent and often more comfortable treatment option.

  • If you have had trouble adjusting to dentures or are often worried they will slip while you are eating or speaking, dental implants can be used to anchor a denture for a more confident and comfortable smile.

  • If your dentist is concerned about jaw bone loss in your mouth due to missing tooth roots, dental implants will halt this process for better overall dental heath and jaw bone stability that will last for a lifetime.

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The Dental Implant Procedure

Although the dental implant procedure is lengthier than receiving dentures or dental bridges, your tooth implants will never need replacement. Your dentist will discuss the dental implant procedure with you so you will know what to expect. If you’re ready to find out more about your tooth replacement options near Houston, please call The Comprehensive Dental Group of Houston at (713) 772-2111 to schedule a complimentary consultation.

  • The first step in receiving tooth implants is a complete evaluation of your dental health. Dental implants need a healthy jaw bone for optimal integration; if your jaw has lost sufficient bone density, your dentist may recommend a bone grafting procedure first.

  • Your dental implant treatment begins with a short surgical procedure, during which your dentist will place titanium implant posts into the bone of your jaw. Following this surgery, you will need several weeks to heal.

  • After your dental implants have fused sufficiently with the bone of your jaw, your dentist will expose the tops of the posts and attach an abutment, which will hold a crown, bridge, or denture in place. In some cases, you’ll receive your prosthesis during the same visit; alternatively, you may return for one final dental appointment to complete the dental implant procedure.

“I was very impressed by the quality of service and time spent on my teeth and telling me about the results.”

Sam D.

“The staff is always positive, friendly, and efficient. I’ve been a client for over 15 years. I would, however, like to see the dentist at every visit and not just the hygienist, even if just to take a quick look and tell me everything is ok.”

Amy S.

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