Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants
Houston Implant Dentistry by Dr Rick L. Kline
Smile Texas Dental Implants before and after
Do you have missing, loose, or badly damaged teeth that make it difficult to chew and eat and embarrassing to smile? Dental implants can give you new, beautiful, permanent teeth. Smile Texas can provide you with a complete “Smile Makeover.”
- Bite, chew, and laugh again with complete confidence.
- Rediscover what food actually tastes like!
- No more denture adhesives.
- No more embarrassing moments.
- No more infected or loose teeth.
How Dental Implants Work
Dental implants are a safe, effective and permanent way to replace one or more missing teeth. The implant is a small, titanium post placed into the jawbone. A custom-made porcelain tooth (or set of teeth) is attached to the implant.
Some Smile Gallery Cases of Dental Implants
Types of Dental Implants We Offer
- Teeth-By-Tonight – Come see us in the morning and you’ll have a great new smile by tonight!
- Lock-in-Lock-out: This technique allows for the prosthetic to lock in and out onto a bar, attached to implants, allowing for easy cleaning!
- All-on-Four: Patients with good bone structure are great candidates for this procedure. Implants and fixed teeth can be placed, eliminating a sinus lift procedure. Call today and see if you are a candidate for the All-on-Four!
Smile Texas video files: Click below to watch a brief video clip with more information about Dental Implants
If you have loose dentures or missing teeth, you may be considering dental implants. In this video, Dr. Rick Kline explains what you need to know about implant dentistry, while also identifying the best candidates for the procedure.With over 16 years of experience and more than 10,000 dental implant procedures under his belt, Dr. Kline draws patients from all over the world to his Houston practice where he focuses exclusively on dental implants. Rather than going from dentist to surgeon and back again, with Dr. Kline you will receive diagnosis and treatment all in one. He does both the surgery and positions the replacement teeth on top of the implants.Denture-wearers suffer from dentures that slip and slide around; patients who wear a partial have to deal with a lot of hardware in their mouth; and still other individuals just want to replace one missing tooth. Whatever your situation, dental implants are permanent, secure… and completely life-changing.
Many candidates for dental implants have opted out of this procedure fearing large incisions, lengthy recovery time, and, especially, pain. New technology has changed all that – Dr. Rick Kline explains in this video.In his implant dentistry practice, Dr. Kline has long been using what is only now becoming common for traditional dentists – CAT scans that show the bone in three-dimension. Seeing the bone structure in such great detail enables Dr. Kline to then use sophisticated software to virtually plan out each implant case from start to finish. This is a huge advantage for the patient since it allows for a no-flap, no-incision dental implant placement – you can go back to work the same day, eat immediately after the surgery, and only need to take an over-the-counter pain reliever.Watch this video to see an example of the surgical guides Dr. Kline uses to complete an implant procedure.
Cost of Dental Implants
Call (281) 265-7645 or click here to contact us today for your free consultation to learn more about dental implants and how to get rid of your old, uncomfortable dentures and bad teeth. We’ll answer all of your questions about implant dentistry including time and costs. Plus, we’ll let you know about our affordable financing options that make it easy to get the smile of your dreams right away!