Dental Implants in Conroe & Montgomery, TX

If you are missing teeth, you may be a candidate for dental implants! An implant replaces your entire tooth, producing a result that looks, feels and functions naturally to improve your oral health as well as give you back a beautiful smile. Our general dentists and team provide both your implant placement procedure and the implant restoration to complete your treatment. We welcome you to contact our office for more information about dental implants in Conroe and Montgomery, Texas, and schedule your consultation with Dr. Timothy Gardner.

Dental implants are lasting, stable tooth replacements that can be used to replace one missing tooth, several missing teeth or complete arches of teeth. The dental implant post, which is a screw made of titanium, is surgically placed in the jawbone at the site of the missing tooth. It replaces the missing tooth root and ensures that your dental restoration is stable. A period of healing is then often required to allow the bone to begin to bond with the biocompatible post.

Following this healing period, our dentists will place the dental implant restoration, or replacement tooth, which fits on top of the implant post. Depending on which teeth are missing and your personal dental needs, your implant restoration might be a dental crown, dental bridge, or a complete or partial denture. Each dental implant restoration is custom made to fit your smile comfortably and aesthetically.

Replacing a missing tooth can restore your smile to optimal health, function and appearance. A dental implant is a great option for restoring your smile because the implant is designed to look, function and feel just like your natural teeth, and with proper care, it can last a lifetime. For more information about the benefits of implant dentistry and to schedule your implant consultation, please call or visit us soon.

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Old Dentures Versus New Implant-Supported Dentures

Conventional Denture

Our most economic option, the Conventional Denture is a natural-appearing tooth replacement with a pink base. The Conventional Denture fits to the gums with the help of adhesive. Conventional Dentures may be refitted or replaced as needed.

  • Adhesive many times needed to secure the dentures
  • Restricts ability to chew
  • Palate is covered
  • May affect gag reflex
  • Poor ability to taste food
  • Easy to clean daily
  • Loosens over time
  • Can cause difficulty speaking
  • Limits eating fruits and veggies
  • Loss of jawbone and muscle tone

Snap-On Denture

More stable than the Conventional Denture, Snap-On Dentures offer natural-appearing replacement teeth and a pink base with attachments. These attachments are retained by metal posts in the jawbone, allowing you to snap in and snap out for daily cleaning.

  • No adhesive required
  • Unrestricted chewing
  • Less bulky (palate uncovered)
  • Improved taste of food
  • Easy to clean daily
  • Long-term retention
  • Some mobility of denture
  • Improved speech ability
  • Easier to eat fruits and veggies
  • Improved facial support
  • Preserves jawbone

Fixed Hybrid

As a long-term solution, the Fixed Hybrid allows natural appearing teeth and gums secured permanently onto metal posts in the jawbone. The Fixed Hybrid may only be removed by a dental professional.

  • No adhesive necessary
  • Strongest ability to chew
  • Not bulky and most natural feel
  • Requires diligent cleaning
  • Long-term retention
  • No movement of denture
  • Can speak confidently
  • No limits on fruits and veggies
  • Improved muscle tone
  • Preserves jawbone

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Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
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Friday, 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

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