Full Mouth Reconstruction In Houston

The Best Option For A Perfect Smile Missing teeth can significantly impact one’s quality of life, affecting everything from the ability to eat and speak comfortably to self-confidence and overall health. For those facing the challenge of missing all their teeth, Full Mouth Reconstruction from The CDG of Houston offers a comprehensive solution. This procedure, […]

After The All-On-Four Procedure, Do I Still Need To Visit The Dentist?

A: We recommend that you come to see us at least twice a year for implant maintenance with our hygienists. All On Four in Houston is recognized as the best solution for missing an entire arch or more of teeth. They are extremely durable, feel, look, and function like natural teeth, and should last a […]

What Do I Need To Bring With Me To My New Patient Consultation?

What Do I Need To Bring With Me To My New Patient Consultation

A: We ask our new patients to bring their dental insurance cards if they have any. Also, fill out the new patient forms on the patient resource tab on our website. Choosing the right prosthodontist in Houston for dental implants takes a fair amount of due diligence on your part. It’s comparable to any other […]

What Is The Process For A Dental Implant?

What Is The Process For A Dental Implant?

A: To keep it pretty simple, you would either have a missing tooth or a tooth that needed to be pulled out because it was beyond repair. Infections and other things can cause that. Then, what we do is we go in there and we screw in what looks like a little screw, it’s called […]

Will Dental Implants Help Me To Eat And Drink Normally?

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A: Whatever discomfort, whatever issues that were occurring with the tooth that was in stress, decay, or missing—will go away. The dental implants and the restoration on top will basically give you almost 100% tooth structure that you had previously. So, you’ll find that people—if it’s only one tooth they’re still eating pretty well. But, […]

Will Dental Implants Affect My Speech?

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A: Typically not. The patient at that point had already had a missing tooth or a tooth that was beyond repair. So, maybe we had to pull it and put an implant in—but either way, they don’t typically affect your speech. Occasionally, we hear people saying, “I can feel air kind of blowing through,” or […]

Are Dental Implants Permanent?

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A: Dental implants when done right, offer long, long, long-term solutions. When I hear the word permanent, I think lifetime. So, when someone gets an implant, we would never promise them a lifetime. However, I’ve seen implants, 20 years later; still in a patient functioning absolutely perfectly. So, to me that’s permanent. Knowing that we […]

What Are Dental Implants Made Of?

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A: They are typically made out of titanium—there’s some other various metal components to them. Titanium implants are what anchor into the bone and allows for micromotion. That titanium represents natural root structure as close as we possibly can. Then, talking about how we restore an implant—we also put an abutment and then a fake […]

What Are Dental Implants?

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A: Dental implants are basically a dental procedure to restore teeth that are missing. When we say the term “dental implant,” what we’re actually talking about is the screw—the implant portion, that goes into the bone. So, that’s stage one of what most people call dental implants because ultimately we have to restore that implant. […]

Does Dental Insurance Cover Dental Implants?

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A: Some do, some don’t—it’s real important that you let us know your insurance provider. What we’ll do in advance of your appointment, is follow up with your insurance to see if they’ll pay for it. When they do pay for dental implants, it’s usually about 50% of the cost. Sometimes they’ll cover the crown […]