Dental Implants

Are you looking to replace missing teeth? Trident Dental provides patients with durable, natural-looking dental implants in Houston, Texas. With dental implants, you can restore your smile with replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like the real thing. If you’d like to find out if dental implants are right for you, call Trident Dental or use the online scheduling tool and book a consultation at the office today.

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Are you looking to replace missing teeth? Trident Dental provides patients with durable, natural-looking dental implants in Houston, Texas. With dental implants, you can restore your smile with replacement teeth that look, feel, and function like the real thing. If you’d like to find out if dental implants are right for you, call Trident Dental or use the online scheduling tool and book a consultation at the office today.

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Single Tooth Implants

A single-tooth implant is a dental procedure where an artificial tooth root, typically made of titanium, is inserted into the patient’s jawbone. Once the implant integrates with the bone, a crown resembling a natural tooth is attached. This offers a durable, long-lasting solution for missing teeth.

Our Award-Winning Implantologists will guide you through every step of the process. From the initial complimentary consultation and help with financial planning to the precise placement of the implant and the fitting of the custom-made crown, we ensure a comfortable and seamless experience. 

Implant Dentures Price: $4,500

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Multi-Tooth Implants

Multi-Tooth Implants

A multi-tooth implant is a dental procedure for replacing several adjacent missing teeth. It involves inserting one or multiple titanium posts into the jawbone, which acts as roots for the artificial teeth. This option provides a more natural feel and appearance than traditional bridges or dentures, enhancing oral function and aesthetics significantly. 

It is sometimes possible to use one implant with an additional tooth suspended to it. Cost of multi-tooth implants depends on the number of implants used plus the cost of the suspended crown.

Implant Dentures Price: $8,500

Full-Mouth Implants

Implant-supported dentures are a revolutionary dental solution combining implants and dentures. Several titanium implants are inserted into the jawbone, serving as a stable foundation for a removable denture. This blend offers improved comfort, enhanced chewing ability, and a more natural look compared to traditional dentures, revolutionizing oral health and confidence.

Implant Dentures Price: $12,500

Dental Implant FAQs

The cost of dental implants can vary widely depending on several factors, including the location of the dental practice, the expertise of the dentist, the materials used, and the volume of the dental office. Here’s a general overview of the cost considerations:

  1. Single Dental Implant: The cost for a single dental implant can range from approximately $2,500 to $5,000 or more. This range typically includes the surgical placement of the implant, the abutment (which connects the implant to the crown), and the crown itself.
  2. Multiple Implants: If multiple connected teeth are being replaced, the cost per tooth may be lower if the dentist can create an implant bridge. 
  3. Full-mouth reconstructions or implant-supported dentures can cost between $12,000 to $25,000 per jaw.
  4. Additional Procedures: Some patients require additional procedures before an implant can be placed, such as Tooth Extraction, bone grafting if there is insufficient bone structure to support the implant, or deep cleaning to prevent implant failure due to poor dental hygiene These procedures can add between $500 to $1500 to the total cost.
  5. Type of Implant and Materials: The choice of materials (for both the implant and the crown) can affect the cost. For example, zirconia crown may be more expensive than their porcelain counterparts or German or Korean implants tend to be of higher quality and price versus Chinese implants.
  6. Dental Insurance and Financing Options: Dental implants are often considered a cosmetic procedure, so many dental insurance plans may not cover them. However, some plans might cover a portion of the costs, especially if tooth loss was due to an injury or certain medical conditions. Many dental offices also offer financing plans to help manage the costs.

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The dental implant procedure typically involves these key steps, often spread out over several months:

  1. Initial Consultation: Examination and planning, including X-rays or 3D imaging.
  2. Tooth Extraction (If Necessary):** Removal of the damaged or decayed tooth.
  3. Bone Grafting (If Required): Building up the jawbone to support the implant, with additional healing time if necessary.
  4. Implant Placement: Surgically inserting the implant post into the jawbone.
  5. Healing and Osseointegration: Allowing time (several months) for the jawbone to grow around the implant, creating a strong foundation.
  6. Abutment Placement: Attaching the piece to which the crown will be fixed, either during initial surgery or after healing.
  7. Crown Placement: Making and attaching the artificial tooth (crown) to the abutment.
  8. Aftercare and Follow-up: Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene are essential for the implant’s success.

The entire process, from the initial evaluation to the placement of the crown, can take several months. A significant portion of this time is devoted to healing and waiting for the growth of new bone in your jaw. The specific timeline can vary based on individual needs, the number of implants, and the procedures involved.

Dental implants generally have a high success rate, often cited at around 95% or higher. However, the success of dental implants can vary depending on several factors:

  1. Location in the Jaw: Implants in the lower jaw tend to have a slightly higher success rate compared to those in the upper jaw, mainly due to differences in bone density.
  2. Patient’s Overall Health: General health conditions, such as diabetes or osteoporosis, and lifestyle factors, like smoking, can affect the success of implants.
  3. Oral Hygiene: Good oral hygiene practices are crucial for the longevity and success of dental implants.
  4. Quality and Quantity of Jawbone: Adequate bone density and quality are necessary to support the implant. Bone grafting may be required in cases where the jawbone is insufficient.
  5. Skill of the Dental Professional: The experience and expertise of the dentist or oral surgeon performing the implant surgery also play a significant role in the success of the procedure.
  6. Patient’s Compliance with Post-Operative Care: Following the dentist’s instructions for aftercare is important for ensuring the success of the implant.

It’s important to note that while dental implants have a high success rate, they are not infallible and can fail due to issues like infection, improper placement, or the body’s rejection of the implant. Regular dental check-ups and good oral care are essential to maintain the health and longevity of dental implants.

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