Revive Your Oral Function With Dental Implants in Houston, TX

Regardless of whether you just need to replace one tooth or an entire arch of teeth, dental implants in Houston can make your smile whole again. We can even use implants to anchor your slippery dentures!

Since our implants are inserted directly into your jaw, they offer big benefits that you just can’t get from other teeth replacement options. Plus, we feature the LOCATOR® Implant Attachment System for maximum precision.

Your new implants can:

  • Give You More Bite Power – Unlike other teeth replacements, dental implants will restore much of the chewing power you’ve been missing. You’ll be able to eat whatever you want with complete confidence. You can even dine at Steak 48 again!
  • Make Your Mouth Feel Normal – Others likely won’t even notice you have replacement teeth because they are so lifelike. Plus, implants stay securely in place, so you don’t have to worry about them sliding around at dinnertime or when you’re trying to talk.
  • Boost Your Oral Health – As with your natural tooth roots, implants provide the stimulation necessary to maintain bone density. That’s just one of many health perks.
  • Simplify Your Hygiene Routine – You won’t need to invest in special cleaning agents or goopy adhesives to care for your implants. You can just brush and floss like normal.
  • Last For Years – With the right care, dental implants will last for decades. This is great since you’ll improve your quality of life and possibly even live longer because of them. That’s the biggest benefit of all!

What’s more, you can get your new teeth the easy way with our full range of dental sedation techniques. To take advantage of our offer for a free implants consultation, call us today at 281-643-0316.

Implant Dentistry Gives You & Your Mouth a New Lease on Life

By using a 3-D CBCT scanner and other special equipment, our team will determine whether you’re a good candidate for regular implants or mini dental implants. We may recommend a bone grafting procedure if you need to strengthen your jaw bone health for implants.

If you are ready for implants, here is what you can expect:

  • We will plan and schedule the first part of your dental implants procedure.
  • During your treatment, we will embed the implants in your jawbone using a computer-guided placement technique.
  • You’ll wait for your implants to heal before returning to our office for final restoration with your replacement teeth.
  • During the healing period, your implants fuse to your jawbone, creating a strong and stable foundation for your new teeth. They literally become part of your body.

The entire easy process takes place right here at our comfortable office. You won’t have to worry about your implant dentistry services being outsourced all over town.

Show Off a Full Smile With Implant Restorations

According to the number of teeth you want to replace, your dentist can restore implants with:

  • A Dental Crown – To replace one tooth, we’ll simply attach a dental crown to a single implant.
  • A Dental Bridge – A bridge can easily replace multiple teeth when it’s attached to two or more dental implants.
  • Dentures – Implant-retained dentures and implant-supported dentures can replace many teeth while keeping your jaw strong and healthy.

Interested in dental implants in Houston? Call Copperfield Dentistry at 281-643-0316, or schedule online.

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Common Questions About Dental Implants

What are dental implants?

Dental implants are small titanium posts that Dr. Burch will place into your jaw where you’ve lost teeth. After placement, an implant will chemically fuse with your jawbone to become one with it. At this point, the implant will serve as a sturdy base for several types of replacement teeth. The implant will also help preserve your jawbone against deterioration.

Are dental implants painful?

Our team will make sure that your implants procedure is as comfortable as possible. During the placement of your implants, we’ll make sure your mouth is completely numb. Dental sedation is also available if you’re uneasy about your procedure. After the implants are placed, you should have very little if any discomfort while your jaw heals.

Can dental implants be removed?

While implants can technically be removed, there would most likely never be a reason to remove them. The dental implants themselves fuse and become one with your jawbone, potentially lasting for decades or even the rest of your life. The artificial teeth we attach to them usually last for at least five to seven years, after which they may need replacement.

How much do dental implants cost?

The cost of dental implants varies, depending mainly on how many implants you receive. In some cases, you may also need another procedure, like a tooth extraction, to prepare for implants. We’ll discuss cost with you during the planning stage of your implants procedure so you know exactly what to expect. Financing options can make your care manageable.

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