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Dental Implants

Tooth loss is a common problem for many Americans today. In fact, about 70 percent of adults are missing at least 1 tooth. Although all age groups can lose a tooth from dental health problems such as gum disease or decay, you become more prone to losing teeth as you age. Missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance and make it hard to eat and talk. Missing teeth also increase your risk of gum disease, tooth decay, bone loss, tooth loss, and loss of your facial structure.

Antoine Dental Center can restore your health, your smile, and your confidence with dental implants procedure. Dr. Nazari and our team of highly skilled implant dentists have received hundreds of hours of education and advanced training to provide this permanent solution for your missing teeth. We use the latest dental technology to plan the implants treatment that is right for you.

What Are Dental Implants?

Implants are titanium screw-like posts that replace the root of your natural tooth. Over a period of about 4 months, your jawbone heals around the implant and holds it secure and sturdy. After it heals, we attach an abutment to the implant to firmly hold your restoration in place. These restorations include porcelain crowns, dental bridges, or dentures.

Implants look and function like your natural teeth. They are comfortable, easy to use, and easy to clean. They can restore your ability to eat and talk, lift your sagging face, and improve your dental health. In fact, implants are the only restoration proven to prevent bone loss and strengthen your jawbone.

Types of Dental Implants

Our dental office is your source for all types of implants in Houston, including traditional dental implants, mini implants, All on 4 implants, and All on 6 implants. The condition of your remaining teeth, the number of teeth you are missing, your jawbone density, your oral health and overall health, and even your finances will help determine whether you are a better candidate for a particular type of dental implant process.

Traditional Implants

If you are in good health, free of oral disease, and have sufficient density in your jawbone, you may be a good candidate for traditional implants. Using our 3D imaging, we can get incredibly accurate 3D pictures of your jaw. This helps us determine the number of implants you need to stabilize your restorations and exactly where to place your implants, giving you more comfortable and longer lasting results.

If you have good bone structure, the dental implant surgery usually does not take very long. You can choose from our sedation options to provide you with a relaxing, pain-free dental procedure.

If you do not have sufficient bone density, our periodontist may do bone grafting for additional support. If you cannot undergo an invasive surgery like this, we may also offer another implant solution.

Mini Dental Implants

Mini dental implants require proper planning and skill for success. Not all dentists have the knowledge or technology to offer this. Our trained implants experts are pleased to provide this implant option and will help determine whether you can benefit from mini implants.

  • They do not require as much bone structure to support them
  • They may not require bone grafting
  • They are typically less expensive
  • They can reduce your healing time
  • They usually require only one visit to our office for placement
  • They can stabilize dentures immediately

Mini implants require proper planning and skill for success. Not all dentists have the knowledge or technology to offer this. Our trained implants experts are pleased to provide this implant option and will help determine whether you can benefit from mini implants.

All on 4 Implants and All on 6 Implants

All on 4 implants or All on 6 implants may be a good option for you if you are missing all of your teeth. With these implants, we use only 4 or 6 implants and give you temporary teeth the same day as your implant surgery. In just one visit, you can walk out with a set of teeth! Read more about All on 4 and All on 6 implants in our Teeth in a Day section.

Everyone has unique dental health needs and goals, and our job is to meet your needs and goals. Our experts in dental implants will work with you to provide the best treatment plan for your unique situation. We will also provide you with the information you need, including good hygiene habits, for your dental implants to last a lifetime.

If you are missing one or more teeth and are interested in a permanent solution for your smile, we can help. Contact our dental office today to schedule your consultation. You can reach us by phone at 713-364-8990 or by filling out our online form.

Dental Implants

Tooth loss is a common problem for many Americans today. In fact, about 70 percent of adults are missing at least 1 tooth. Although all age groups can lose a tooth from dental health problems such as gum disease or decay, you become more prone to losing teeth as you age. Missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance and make it hard to eat and talk. Missing teeth also increase your risk of gum disease, tooth decay, bone loss, tooth loss, and loss of your facial structure.

Antoine Dental Center can restore your health, your smile, and your confidence with dental implants procedure. Dr. Nazari and our team of highly skilled implant dentists have received hundreds of hours of education and advanced training to provide this permanent solution for your missing teeth. We use the latest dental technology to plan the implants treatment that is right for you.

What Are Dental Implants?

Implants are titanium screw-like posts that replace the root of your natural tooth. Over a period of about 4 months, your jawbone heals around the implant and holds it secure and sturdy. After it heals, we attach an abutment to the implant to firmly hold your restoration in place. These restorations include porcelain crowns, dental bridges, or dentures.

Implants look and function like your natural teeth. They are comfortable, easy to use, and easy to clean. They can restore your ability to eat and talk, lift your sagging face, and improve your dental health. In fact, implants are the only restoration proven to prevent bone loss and strengthen your jawbone.

Types of Dental Implants

Our dental office is your source for all types of implants in Houston, including traditional dental implants, mini implants, All on 4 implants, and All on 6 implants. The condition of your remaining teeth, the number of teeth you are missing, your jawbone density, your oral health and overall health, and even your finances will help determine whether you are a better candidate for a particular type of dental implant process.

Traditional Implants

If you are in good health, free of oral disease, and have sufficient density in your jawbone, you may be a good candidate for traditional implants. Using our 3D imaging, we can get incredibly accurate 3D pictures of your jaw. This helps us determine the number of implants you need to stabilize your restorations and exactly where to place your implants, giving you more comfortable and longer lasting results.

If you have good bone structure, the dental implant surgery usually does not take very long. You can choose from our sedation options to provide you with a relaxing, pain-free dental procedure.

If you do not have sufficient bone density, our periodontist may do bone grafting for additional support. If you cannot undergo an invasive surgery like this, we may also offer another implant solution.

Mini Dental Implants

Mini dental implants require proper planning and skill for success. Not all dentists have the knowledge or technology to offer this. Our trained implants experts are pleased to provide this implant option and will help determine whether you can benefit from mini implants.

  • They do not require as much bone structure to support them
  • They may not require bone grafting
  • They are typically less expensive
  • They can reduce your healing time
  • They usually require only one visit to our office for placement
  • They can stabilize dentures immediately

Mini implants require proper planning and skill for success. Not all dentists have the knowledge or technology to offer this. Our trained implants experts are pleased to provide this implant option and will help determine whether you can benefit from mini implants.

All on 4 Implants and All on 6 Implants

All on 4 implants or All on 6 implants may be a good option for you if you are missing all of your teeth. With these implants, we use only 4 or 6 implants and give you temporary teeth the same day as your implant surgery. In just one visit, you can walk out with a set of teeth! Read more about All on 4 and All on 6 implants in our Teeth in a Day section.

Everyone has unique dental health needs and goals, and our job is to meet your needs and goals. Our experts in dental implants will work with you to provide the best treatment plan for your unique situation. We will also provide you with the information you need, including good hygiene habits, for your dental implants to last a lifetime.

If you are missing one or more teeth and are interested in a permanent solution for your smile, we can help. Contact our dental office today to schedule your consultation. You can reach us by phone at 713-364-8990 or by filling out our online form.

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