Dental Implants – Houston, TX
Next-Level Tooth Replacement
There are multiple ways we can help patients replace their missing teeth, but our first recommendation is always dental implants. Why? Because they provide the absolute best when it comes to appearance, function, and durability compared to all other treatments. Both Dr. Tatari and Dr. Ebrahimi have used this state-of-the-art treatment to rebuild countless smiles over the years, and they can do the exact same for you no matter how many teeth you are missing. If you’re ready to have a full and confident smile again, give us a call today to schedule a consultation.
Why Choose Muse Dental Studios for Dental Implants?
- Entire implant procedure completed under one roof
- Computer-guided implant surgery guarantees success
- Restorations custom-designed for every patient
Benefits of Implants
- Unmatched Stability: Dental implants work by placing a small titanium post into the jawbone to mimic the root structure of a lost tooth, and this is then used to support a new crown, bridge, or denture. No other treatment fully replaces a tooth like this. Because implants have such a strong foundation, patients are able to eat whatever they like without worrying about slippage or breakage.
- Beautiful Aesthetics: Because implants have the same two-part structure as real teeth and are topped with custom-made porcelain restorations, they look just like real teeth as well, easily blending into any smile.
- Improved Oral Health: In addition to replacing teeth, implants also protect the jawbone from deterioration. The jawbone usually starts to shrink after tooth loss, but implants stimulate new growth and blood flow to the area to safeguard a patient’s long-term oral health.
- Lifelong Solution: Implants are designed to last for decades on end, and in many cases, patients are able to rely on the same implants for a lifetime.
Indications for Implants
Dental implants are designed to work with a variety of restorations that can bring back any number of teeth. After examining your mouth and determining that you are a good candidate for the treatment, our team can help you choose which of the following options is best for your situation:
Missing One Tooth
A single dental implant root can be used to support an all-porcelain crown that fits neatly into a gap in the smile. Unlike with a traditional bridge, single tooth implants don’t require the surrounding teeth to be altered at all, making it a more conservative solution.
Missing Multiple Teeth
Patients with numerous missing teeth have plenty of options with implants. Implant-retained crowns can be placed throughout the mouth, and multiple roots can even help support a partial denture. For patients with consecutive missing teeth, we can use just two implants to secure a bridge that replaces up to three teeth in a row.
Missing All Teeth
If a patient is missing all of their teeth along a single row, we don’t need to place an implant to restore each one. Rather, just four to six strategically located implants are all that’s needed to anchor a full denture to the jawbone. Thanks to this foundation, the prosthetic will be extremely stable, and a patient won’t have to deal with their teeth moving and slipping unexpectedly.
Start to Finish Convenience
At your typical dental office, you would be forced to visit multiple doctors in order to have the dental implant procedure completed, adding time, money, and stress to the process of rebuilding your smile. With Muse Dental Studio, however, everything you need is right here. Both Dr. Tatari and Dr. Ebrahimi have the experience and training to perform the entire treatment themselves, helping you replace your missing teeth as efficiently as possible while you work with the same team and dentist you trust.
Cost of Dental Implants
Because dental implants can be used in so many different ways to help patients dealing with varying degrees of tooth loss, the price can fluctuate from person to person as well. The number of implants needed, the kind of restoration used, and many other factors can influence the final cost. Before we begin your treatment, our team will go over all pricing information so you’ll know exactly what you’ll be expected to pay.
While implants do tend to have a higher upfront cost compared to traditional bridges and dentures, they actually help patients save money in the long run. How? Implants are designed to last for decades while most other treatments need to be redone every five to seven years, so overall, implant patients usually end up spending thousands less on their new teeth because they require much less maintenance.