FULL MOUTH RESTORATION IN HOUSTON, TX
Are you looking for a Houston dentist who specializes in full mouth restoration? You’ve come to the right place. Find all the information you need about full mouth restoration.
Tooth loss in adults is a world away from the excited, tooth fairy rituals that accompany children losing their baby teeth. Missing teeth can make you feel self-conscious about your appearance and make it difficult to eat and carry on a conversation. Missing teeth can also increase your risk of periodontal disease, cavities, bone loss, tooth loss, and deterioration of your facial structure. But there is some good news for those of you facing this situation: dental implants are a viable solution for your problems. Our team of highly skilled implant dentists have undertaken hundreds of hours of education and advanced training to be able to provide you with this permanent fix. You will love all that our implants can do for you. Keep reading to see why, and then be sure to reach out to schedule your implant consultation in our Houston office.
Benefits of tooth restoration
This simple surgical procedure follows a two-step process. The implants themselves 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 absorbs it. After the healing period, we will be able to attach an abutment to the implant to firmly hold your restoration in place. These restorations include porcelain crowns, dental bridges, or dentures.
How much is a full mouth restoration in Houston?
The cost for a full mouth restoration in Houston can range from $50,000 to $60,000. Certain insurances work with us to provide a discount from the total amount; this discount varies according to your insurance plan. We also finance with a few banks like Wells Fargo and Greensky.
Chew Good. Look Good. Feel Good.
If your missing teeth are near the front of your mouth or they leave a noticeable gap in your cheeks, then implants will not only help restore your confidence and happiness in your appearance but help you eat the foods you enjoy. Implants seamlessly replace your missing teeth and due to great advances in the look of prosthetics in recent years, no one will be able to tell that they aren’t the real deal.
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Implants restore your good looks
Without a full set of teeth, your smile, along with your confidence, plummets. Missing teeth can also age you and thus negatively impact your social and professional worlds. Luckily, the crown we place over the implant will look and feel completely natural, giving you a fuller smile and facial support. You’ll be back in action before you know it!
Implants fit naturally, give you biting power, and are easy to care for
It is not an exaggeration to say that, when it comes to artificial teeth, nothing will be as easy or as comfortable as a dental implant. Our implant and crown combination feels and looks great.
After the second part of the two-step procedure, you will recover real biting power. This means that you can go back to eating the foods you love, and the fiber-rich items that keep you healthy and happy.
With implants, you just keep brushing twice a day and flossing like you normally would and come into our office for regular checkups to make sure your gums are healthy.
Implant options at At Antoine Dental
Our Houston office is your go-to place for all types of implants, including traditional dental implants, mini implants, All-on-4 implants, and All-on-6 implants, and hybrid implants.
How do you know which one is right for you?
There are a few factors that we take into consideration: the condition of your remaining teeth, the number of teeth you are missing, your jawbone density, the state of your oral health and general health, and to a certain extent, your finances, will help us determine which dental implant process is right for you.
Contact us at 713-955-0263 to schedule an consultation or learn more!
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