Whether you’re missing one, several, or an entire row of teeth, dental implants in Houston is one of the most modern, comprehensive solutions that we offer to replace missing teeth. Dr. Roman’s advanced training and years of experience allow him to complete this entire process under one roof, so you can stick with the same, trusted team of professionals that you started with throughout your treatment. To learn whether you’re a good candidate for dental implants, we invite you to schedule a consultation with Dr. Roman today.
Dental implants themselves are small, titanium posts that are surgically placed below the gumline and into the jawbone to restore the root structure of missing teeth, unlike any other traditional restorative treatment. Due to their biocompatible nature, they’re able to chemically fuse with the jawbone through a process called osseointegration, creating a strong and stable foundation for your restorations to be secured to.
Dental implants offer a wide array of benefits, including the following:
Dental implants are a great tooth-loss solution for countless patients, although, some people may require preparatory procedures to help get their oral health back on-track before being able to undergo surgery. Once you have healthy gums and no lingering oral health issues that need to be treated, we can restore your smile using any of the three plans below.
For a single missing tooth, we can place one dental implant below the gumline. Once it has fused with the bone and the abutment has been attached to it, we’ll secure a custom-crafted crown to the implant to fill the gap in your arch.
Instead of needing to alter the structure of your natural, healthy teeth, we can secure a dental crown to two dental implants placed on either side of the gap in your smile. This will hold a dental bridge securely in place.
If you’re missing all of your teeth, we can surgically place anywhere from four to eight dental implants strategically along your arch. These will secure a denture within your mouth, eliminating any possibilities of slipping or shifting.
For a patient to be a good candidate for dental implants, they must have sufficient jawbone density. If they don’t, it could prevent the implants from successfully fusing with the bone structure, causing the restoration to shift in the mouth. If you’ve been missing teeth for quite some time, you may require a bone graft to help strengthen your bone and support your dental implants. This will increase your chances of successfully undergoing the treatment.
The cost of your dental implant treatment will depend on a variety of factors that we will discuss with you during your initial consultation, after we’ve had a chance to examine your mouth. Some of these cost-determining details include how many dental implants you’ll need to have placed, what restoration you need to restore your smile, and whether you require any preparatory procedure. At your consultation, we’ll provide you with an estimated cost and walk you through all of your payment options.
To make sure the gum tissue surrounding your dental implants stays healthy, you’ll need to brush twice a day for two minutes, floss daily, and continue visiting our office bi-annually for checkups and cleanings. We utilize advanced Airflow therapy to thoroughly clear away all plaque and tartar from your new implants and posts, reducing your risk of developing an infection. We also utilize glycine acids to help reduce any inflammation that may occur around your implant posts.
Roman Dental on Memorial Drive in West Houston specializes in quickly stopping pain and making people feel relaxed and comfortable. Roman Dental repairs broken front teeth with cosmetic dental bonding, veneers, and ceramic crowns. Even teeth that must be extracted can be replaced with or without dental implants by Dr. Kotlarek and his team of dental technicians. Roman Dental offers same-day appointments to resolve toothaches and problems with sensitivity and discomfort. Additionally, this emergency dental care office provides root canal therapy, night gurards for clenching, medicated fillings, and extractions when necessary.