Full Dental Implants Options2018-12-29T12:23:46-05:00

Full Dental Implants Houston


Generally, inserting full dental implants involve three steps. These steps take a few months to be completed but the actual number of months varies with individual patient and depends on the implant treatment plan chosen by you and your dental professional.

At VIP Dental Implants, the full set of teeth implants procedures are outpatient based and are conveniently carried out in-house at our dental office. We make use of the latest dental tools and technologies available to offer you the most comfortable, most convenient, and the safest full set of teeth implants experience ever.

Step 1: Planning Your Full Set of Teeth Implants

When you visit our office for your first dental appointment, we will start the process by taking a digital impression of your teeth, an X-ray photograph of your jaw, and a 3D representation of your teeth and jaw. We will use all these to digitally plan your dental implants using the latest technologies.

This will enable us to create a model that will guide us into inserting the dental implant with total accuracy and to ensure that we follow the most effective and safest implant procedure. This step will also help us to determine whether you have sufficient jawbone to hold the dental implant/s or require bone grafting before the implant procedure.

Step 2: Implants Insertion

When you come for your second dental appointment, we will surgically insert the dental implant/s into your jawbone. This process is normally painful but to make you as much comfortable as possible, we may give you local anaesthesia or any available sedation option. Once we have inserted the dental implant/s in place, your gum would then be secured over the implant posts to heal properly. Implant insertion does not give so much discomfort as tooth extraction. Sometimes, you may experience some tenderness and swelling after a few days as the healing time begins.

The healing time between this second step and the final step is usually very long and longer if bone grafting was done. This is because, during this recovery period, a process called osseointegration occurs. During the osseointegration process, the jawbone grows around the dental implant post to hold and strengthen it. It may actually take several months for the dental implant to fully integrate into your jawbone.

Step 3: Final Placement

When you come for your final appointment, our dental professionals will remove the healing cap and replace this with a new custom abutment and your new dental crowns, bridges or dentures. You should rest assured that your new artificial tooth/teeth will blend perfectly with your natural teeth, exactly mimicking their colour, size, and shape.

We at VIP Dental Implants take great pride in the beauty, function, fee, and fit of all of our dental implants. After we have replaced your missing teeth, we will give you the care and maintenance practices to follow to make your dental implants long lasting. We make it our goal to see that joyous look of your when your smile has returned.

To find out if you are eligible for a full set of teeth implants near me, to find out the various dental implant options available, and also to know the cost associated with full mouth dental implants Houston, contact VIP Dental Implants today.

At VIP Dental Implants, we understand that dental implants are relatively expensive and paying for them could be a big concern. However, due to the recent advancements in dental technology, the cost of our various dental implant options has decreased significantly over the years.

When you visit our dental office, our professional dentists will help you to find affordable dental implant options that will give you the proper dental care you need. Our financing options are friendly and affordable, and our dentists are friendly and happy to explain our financing options to you.

Are you interested in knowing more about our various dental implant options? Visit our dental implant page. Do you have any question about the cost or procedures of implant treatment? Don’t hesitate to contact our dental professionals today.

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