If you’ve lost one or more teeth, you need a good, solid replacement — and you shouldn’t cut corners to enjoy a complete smile once again. These days, there are a number of “cheaper” dental implant options. Unfortunately, choosing cheap dental implants can be an expensive mistake. Select high quality dental implants in Houston from an experienced, trusted oral surgeon. Dr. Koo and Dr. Weil provide high-quality implant dentistry at Piney Point Dental Implant Center.
June 15, 2016
If you’re missing one or more teeth, you’re probably busy researching your options in tooth replacement. Did you know there are two methods for completing dental implants: those that are placed and receive the connecting abutment in one visit, or one stage dental implants, and those that take two stages to complete? Keep reading to learn more about the difference in one stage and two stage dental implants in Houston, and which might be the best for your own tooth replacement.
If you’re missing one or more teeth, you may be interested in tooth replacement with dental implants in Houston. Dental implants are tiny titanium cylinders placed beneath the gum line in the space left by a missing tooth. After implantation, dental implants act as a prosthetic root for the tooth replacement — a crown, bridge, or denture — that is connected to the implant with a special device. Unlike non-implant supported options in tooth replacement, dental implants do not move. And when cared for properly, they can be expected to last the wearer’s lifetime.
June 14, 2016
Losing multiple teeth doesn’t mean you’ll have to have the whole row removed for replacement. The goal of dentistry is to save healthy teeth whenever possible, and dental implants can help you enjoy a sturdy partial tooth replacement without losing the natural teeth that surround the gaps in your smile. Learn more about dental implants in Houston, and how the team at Piney Point Dental Implants can help you smile fully once again.
February 10, 2016
While dental implants are the preferred option for many adult patients suffering from one or more missing teeth, the same isn’t always true for children. Kids can experience missing teeth for a number of reasons, primarily facial trauma resulting from accidents, or simple genetics — when a permanent tooth just doesn’t appear. And when tooth loss happens to your little one, you may hope that a viable replacement option can be found in dental implants. Unfortunately, it’s just not the case — but that doesn’t mean it never will be. Keep reading to learn why children are rarely good candidates for dental implants, and which other options that may suit them better until they are eligible for the treatment.