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Restore Your Smile with Dental Implants

Houston Implant Dentistry by Dr Rick L. Kline

Smile Texas Dental Implants before and after

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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

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Ivonne P - Houston Ivonne P - Houston
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Saundra A - Houston Saundra A - Houston
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Jim - Houston, Tx Jim - Houston, Tx

Types of Dental Implants We Offer

  • Teeth-By-Tonight – This amazing procedure allows us to replace an entire set of upper and/or lower teeth. Dr. Kline places between 4 and 6 dental implants and is then able to permanently secure a new set of teeth in just one day! An initial workup period is required. This procedure is appropriate for most people who have lost or are soon to lose their natural teeth to gum disease or other causes.
  • 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!

Smile Texas video files: Click below to watch a brief video clip with more information about Dental Implants

Implant Dentistry: 4. Non-Invasive Dental Implant Surgery

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Implant dentistry may sound frightening, but today’s technology has created a non-invasive, low-pain, quick procedure with a brief recovery time. In this video, Dr. Rick Kline describes why you’re never too old for dental implants.By doing away with extensive surgery, today’s recipients of dental implants have a more rapid healing time. While many implant patients are older – because it’s often dentures that are getting replaced – age is no longer an issue. Those who once may not have been healthy enough can now qualify for the procedure and enjoy the many benefits of having a secure set of teeth.And for those who still fear being awake for the actual surgery itself, sedation dentistry is available to put you into a nice, light, comfortable sleep.

Implant Dentistry: 8. How Dental Implants Improve Your Health

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Still have questions about dental implants? In this video, Dr. Rick Kline explains why implants can improve your health dramatically and provides the real answers to misconceptions about this procedure.If you’re a denture-wearer or missing teeth, you know that your diet is severely compromised based on what you can and cannot chew. Nutrition, after all, starts in the mouth – and if you’re unable to chew the proteins and vegetables that are good for you, chances are you’re opting for less-nutritious alternatives. Implants can change your eating habits – for the better – in an instant.Topics also covered in this video: the longevity of dental implants, your viability as an implant candidate, and how long it takes to complete a dental 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!