Conroe TX Dental Implants

Do you need Conroe TX Dental implants? You can call Gentle Dental for any of your dental needs, including implants. There are many reasons you may decide to get dental work done, particularly dental implants. You may be missing a tooth or teeth, or want them replaced. In either case, our oral surgeons are more than happy and willing to assist you. We’ve been providing dental implants for Conroe TX community members for several years and would love for you to join the hundreds of people that call Gentle Dental their primary dentistry. Below, we’ll explain in more detail our options when it comes to dental implants. We offer several different types of implants and replacement teeth and are sure to offer something that fits your needs.

The first misconception is that only elderly people need dentures or dental implants. While this may be the case in some instances, anyone can lose a tooth. You may get involved in an accident or may suffer from less-than-ideal oral health. We offer our services for Conroe community members of all ages.

Conroe TX Dental Implants

Conroe TX Implant Dentistry

Types of Conroe TX Dental Implants

When we mention dental implants, we are referring to the prosthetic teeth that we insert into the gum to replace a lost tooth. However, we also mold and provide dentures at our dental care office.

Dental Implants

Our dental implants are constructed from high-grade material and are as strong and durable as your actual teeth should be. You can chew, play instruments, and any other typical mouth activity with dental implants. These implants are indistinguishable from your other teeth and no one will ever be able to tell that a tooth was missing. You might want to consider this option if you lost one or only a few teeth.


If you have lost or want to replace several teeth, consider dentures. We have three options when it comes to dentures. While dentures are typically seen in the elderly, anyone can get dentures if they have extensive teeth issues or have lost most of their teeth due to injury or illness.

Conventional Full Dentures.

With this option, we remove all of the present teeth and give your gums time to heal. This could take quite a while, so you may be without teeth for months. Once your gums have healed, we will replace your teeth with a full set of dentures. If you can stand to be without teeth for a while, you have to deal with dental office visits less frequently.

Immediate Full Dentures.

With these options, dentures are placed in your mouth immediately after your teeth are removed. While you won’t have to spend months waiting for your teeth to be replaced, you’ll require more follow up visits. We’ll need to make sure that your gums are healing properly and that the dentures are properly fitted. Once your jaw has healed, we’ll re-fit the dentures one more time. Though this is the “immediate” option, your dentures won’t be just right until a few dental check-ups later.

Partial Dentures

Alternatively, we also offer partial dentures. In this case, we only remove some of the teeth. If you have a few weak teeth but your other teeth are happy, partial dentures are a viable option. However, your teeth that you want to replace the need to be near or, ideally, right next to one another. If various teeth in different places in your mouth need to be replaced, you may instead want to opt for dental implants.

We can discuss denture care with you in more detail when you visit our dentistry.

Conroe TX Dental Implants

Long term implant solutions for restoring your smile!

What is the Procedure for Dental Implants?

For dentures, we mold a new set of teeth and make sure that they fit perfectly in your mouth. We remove the necessary teeth, or possibly all of them. Then we insert the dentures. While the process may seem simple, as you read below, the process can take a while. We don’t just give you a set of dentures and send you off. Instead, we make sure that you are completely satisfied with your new style and that you know how to take care of it.

Implants, however, require a slightly different procedure. Implantation is a surgical procedure that, like the other options, take months before completion. First, we evaluate your gums and oral health to make sure that your mouth will support a dental implant. Otherwise, you may need dentures. If approved, we will insert the new, fake tooth into your gums.

We will follow up with you in subsequent dental check-ups and make sure that everything is healing properly. For our oral surgeries, we use your own blood plasma. By using your own cells during your operation, we make it possible for you to heal faster. Furthermore, our method prevents infection because your body is already familiar with your plasma and won’t mistake it for a virus. By using your platelet-rich plasma, our oral surgeries are some of the safest surgical procedures in the area, especially when it comes to dentistry.

Conroe TX Dental Implants

single tooth replacement that looks like your natural teeth!

Call Us Today for Dental Implants!

You have quite a few options when it comes to replacing your teeth. No matter your age, you deserve a bold smile. If your teeth have become weak or were lost due to unfortunate circumstances, call us for a state of the art tooth implant. We can be reached at (936) 447-3000 or you can make an appointment with us online. Also, save our number for later: we offer emergency dental service. If you lost a tooth, call us and we might be able to prevent you from needing dentures or implants. We are available 24/7 to assist you and take care of your teeth.

We offer a full range of services for the entire family. Whether you need preventative care, restorative care, or surgery, call us today. We have the most up-to-date tools and technology. This means that our procedures are nearly painless! We recommend bi-annual teeth cleaning for anyone who has teeth. Our staff is bilingual and here to serve Conroe families! If you need Conroe TX Dental Implants or any other oral surgery, visit Gentle Dental Care today!

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