Dental Implants Montgomery TX

Dental Implants

If you need a tooth taken out, you may want to consider Dental Implants Montgomery TX as a follow-up procedure. If you get your dental work at Gentle Dental Care, you can both operations are done at the same place. Furthermore, you can be sure that you’ll have the same great, painless experience. We actually have quite a few different options for you to choose from when deciding how to fill the new gap in your teeth. The decision you make will more than likely depend on how many teeth you lost, where they are located, and how you want your new teeth to look. One thing you won’t have to worry about is cost. In addition to accepting a large array of insurance providers, Gentle Dental Care also offers great dental financing for our services.


Options for Dental Implants Montgomery TX

As mentioned above, we offer you more than one way to change the appearance of your teeth. Below, we’ll describe each of our methods in more detail so that you can make a more informed decision about which option you prefer. If you still have any questions about any of our services, just give us a call.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a common way to fill a gap in your mouth. Implantation is actually a surgical procedure, and once the implant is installed, it’s there to stay. That being said, the procedure occurs during several appointments over the course of a few months. Therefore, if you’re looking for a quick solution, you may want to choose another option. If you can stand the wait, your patience will surely pay off. The implant will be as beautiful and strong as any healthy tooth. While you can get multiple dental implants, if you need to replace more than one tooth, consider another replacement method.


This option is a great way to transform the appearance of your entire mouth. However, veneers don’t fill the hole where a missing tooth once was. Instead, they fit over the teeth that are still in your mouth. The veneer covers the front of your teeth, which changes the appearance of your smile. If your teeth have suffered relatively minor damage, such as staining, cracks, chips, and gaps, veneers are a good solution. It takes about two weeks for us to construct the perfect custom veneers for your mouth, and bond them into place. This operation allows your teeth to remain intact, as opposed to crowns or full dentures.


Lumineers are similar to veneers in that they cover the teeth that are already in your mouth. However, lumineers require even less preparation of the teeth. This minimally invasive procedure involves the dentist making a mold your teeth and producing a very thin porcelain cast that is bonded to your teeth. This is a permanent teeth-whitening and tooth-reshaping solution that lasts well over 20 years with proper maintenance. If you need to replace a missing tooth, this may not be a good option for you. However, lumineers are a long-term solution to restore the overall appearance of your teeth.


Bonding is another solution that affects the appearance of your teeth more than replaces them. Instead of covering the teeth with another “tooth,” bonding corrects the cracks similarly to how a filling might. The dentist applies a composite resin to the affected tooth, and once it hardens, it is polished. And just like that, the procedure is done! Bonding is an affordable solution to minor teeth issues.



Bridges can be thought of as a combination of crowns, implants, and veneers. For this procedure, the dentist relies on the teeth on either side of your now-missing tooth to fill in the gap. This literally “bridges” the gap. The dentist will file down your teeth so that crowns can be placed on them. However, instead of individual crowns, the dentist uses a bridge, which is multiple crowns that are connected to one another. The middle porcelain tooth is actually an implant (called a pontic) that fits properly into your gums.


If you want to replace one or many of your teeth, consider dentures. Dentures replace the teeth in your mouth with a set just as strong and durable as healthy teeth. In addition to full dentures, we also offer partial dentures at Gentle Dental Care. The partial option is similar to bridges, but do not stay in your mouth permanently. That being said, no matter which type of dentures you choose, you’ll need to take care of them as though they are real teeth. It’s important to take good care of your gums and visit up for follow-up appointments to make sure your jaw bone remains strong. We only recommend dentures for people who are okay with losing their permanent teeth or have begun to lose them already.


Last, but definitely not least, we offer crowns at Gentle Dental Care. Crowns remain one of the most common solutions to teeth issues. If you still have your tooth, consider a crown as opposed to pulling the tooth. If we pull the tooth, you’ll also need a procedure to fill the gap. On the other hand, a crown can preserve the tooth, and that’s one less dental procedure you need. Alternatively, some teeth can just get simple fillings. When we inspect your teeth, we’ll let you know if your teeth can get crowns. In some situations, the only option is to completely remove the tooth. If your health will be at risk, the tooth has to go. However, if we catch the damage in time, you may have greater flexibility in terms of your options. If you get crowns, they will be indistinguishable from the rest of your teeth.


Contact our Conroe/Montgomery Location today!

The first thing you should do if you need or are considering Dental Implants Montgomery TX is to give us a call. We can set an appointment and work together to find a solution to your dental problem. With our wide range of service offerings, we know we’ll be able to perform the procedure you need as well as want. Call us at (936) 447-3000 if you need dental service. We can’t wait to meet you!

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