Dental Implants – Humble, TX • New Caney, TX
A Permanent Solution to Missing Teeth
We aren’t exaggerating when we say that dental implants are the most complete tooth replacement available today. Able to fully restore a tooth both above and below the gum line, they provide the next best thing to natural teeth, and now, you can get them right here at Progressive Dental Group. If you’re looking for a beautiful and permanent way to close the gaps in your smile, dental implants are the premier way to do it. Want to know if you are a good candidate for them? To schedule a consultation, give us a call today.
Why Choose Progressive Dental Group for Dental Implants?
- All-inclusive care: placement & restoration under one roof
- Able to effectively replace any number of missing teeth
- 98% success rate; can last for 30 years or more
Benefits of Dental Implants
So what makes dental implants so special compared to other tooth replacements like bridges and dentures?
It all comes down to the fact that implants are the only treatment that brings back both sections of a tooth—the root and crown. Other treatments only replicate the crown, which makes them much less stable and more likely to wear down over time. With implants, however, the new teeth are firmly anchored into the jawbone thanks to a new titanium “root” placed within it, meaning whether you’re chewing or speaking, they aren’t going anywhere.
The root also serves a dual purpose. It provides internal support for the jawbone, preventing the bone deterioration that is common after tooth loss, which helps maintain the strength of the bite as well as the overall shape and appearance of the face.
Implants are uniquely reliable as well. In addition to having a 98% success rate, they can be trusted to last for 30 years or more, much longer than your typical denture or bridge.
Indications for Dental Implants
Dental implants can help patients dealing with an entire spectrum of tooth loss, so which kind of implant restoration would be best for your particular smile? Our team can help you decide at a consultation from among the following options:
Missing One Tooth
After placing a single implant root into the jawbone, it can be topped with a custom-made crown to fill in a gap in the smile. This new tooth will be able to stand on its own without support from the surrounding teeth, better preserving the integrity of a patient’s natural smile compared to a regular bridge.
Missing Multiple Teeth
For patients missing three or more teeth in a row, rather than replacing them with individual implants, two implants placed on either side of the gap can be used to support a strong and reliable bridge. This means the nearby teeth won’t need to be altered to hold supporting crowns, helping the implant bridge seamlessly fit into any smile.
Missing All of Your Teeth
A full denture can be firmly attached to the jawbone using just four well-placed implants. Compared to a typical removable prosthetic, an implant-retained denture is much sturdier, less likely to slip, and also helps a patient have a much stronger bite.
Start to Finish Convenience
With most other dental practices, patients have to visit at least two dental offices to get dental implants—one to have them placed, and another to have them restored. Typically, this just adds time, expense, and stress to the whole process. At Progressive Dental Group, we’re proud to say that our team has the specialized training to perform the entire procedure under one roof, meaning patients can rebuild their smile in the most comfortable and efficient way possible, always working with the same dentists and team that they trust.
Understanding the Cost of Dental Implants
How much does it cost to get dental implants? It depends! Factors such as how many teeth a patient needs to have replaced, where they are located in the mouth, and what kind of restoration is used can all make the procedure more or less expensive. Plus, the need for preparatory procedures to ensure that a patient is ready to receive implants (such as a tooth extraction or bone graft) can add to the overall cost as well. In the end, the best way to determine what YOUR particular procedure will cost is simply to come see us for a consultation where we’ll be able to discuss the ins-and-outs of your specific process.
It’s important to note that while implant restorations tend to be more expensive than other traditional options, they often end up being the better long-term financial choice, largely thanks to their longevity. Regular bridges and dentures usually need to be completely redone every 7-10 years, compounding their cost, while implants can often last for 30 years or more. With implants, a patient can easily save thousands in periodic maintenance and retreatments as time goes on, all the while enjoying superior function and aesthetics as well!